In this video, I’ll guide you on how to utilize local actions in Hike, which are crucial for adhering to local SEO best practices. You can watch the video, or read the text summary below:
To begin with, accessing local actions on Hike is straightforward:
- Go to the ‘Local’ tab.
- Scroll down to ‘Local Actions’ and click on it. This will redirect you to the local actions page.
On the local actions page, you’ll find a detailed list of recommended actions to optimize your website. Each action is grouped by type, such as listings, images, question and answer reviews, posts, citations, and more.
What to expect on this page:
- A comprehensive list of outstanding actions.
- Time estimates for each action, indicating how long it will likely take to rectify an issue.
- Clear instructions on how to carry out each action once you click the arrow for more details.
- The option to update your listing.
- An option to hide an action if you’ve already completed it or decided against it.
Each action also includes the following:
- An explanation of its importance.
- Specific details on how to execute it.
Once you’ve completed an action, you can check it off the list, making it easier to track your SEO progress.
For your convenience, Hike also offers the following features:
- The ‘Completed Actions’ section allows you to review your completed tasks.
- If you’ve hidden any actions but want to revisit them, you can find them in the ‘Hidden Actions’ section.
- The ability to export the actions in PDF or CSV format if you wish to review them outside of Hike or on your local computer.
That wraps up the guide on local actions in Hike. If you have any queries, feel free to reach out. Until then, have a wonderful day, and I look forward to seeing you in our next tutorial.