Whitstable has traditionally been an infrastructure hub for hundreds of years. Flat bottom barges delivering goods from all around the UK to the ancient Horse Bridge, the Crab and Winkle line, the worlds first regular steam passenger railway bringing passengers and goods from Canterbury, the harbour for aggregates from around the world and of course the famous Whitstable Native oyster fishermen.
Modern Whitstable now enjoys an injection of wealth as well known celebs follow Peter Cushing’s journey to Whitstable and now reside in the area. Whitstable’s history and fame make for heavy traffic from the DFLs who didn’t find the town on an old map or even a Micheline guide. No, they use their tablets and mobile phones not only to get to where they are going but to also find restaurants, pubs, shops and local services.
Some visitor love Whitstable so much they decide to buy a house or rent. Again they use Google to find what they want with searches like “restaurants near me” from their phone.
So it’s a ‘no brainer’ that for your Whitstable business, your web pages just have to be top of Google to make the most of Google searches for your products and services.
Here at GoTopSEO we specialise in local search success with many local clients already enjoying page 1 web traffic. Contact us today for your FREE report and more information about how we can get you top of the Downs looking down on your competitors.
Top Image: Whitstable Harbour, courtesy Trevor Liberson