Medical Marijuana Dispensary SEO
Search Engine Optimization
Do you have a Medical Marijuana Dispensary in Colorado and a website for that MMJ center?
When you do relevant searches for your industry + your website, is your website coming up on the first pages of the search results for Google, Bing, Yahoo!, and Ask.com? Mine constantly are!!! I can show you literally hundreds and hundreds of relevant search results that have my websites on the top! Consistently!
I’m the webmaster for the Medical Marijuana Center Dispensary with the busiest by web traffic volume of any in this industry here in Colorado! Have you been doing relevant searches for MMJ strains, edibles, gear, dispensaries and the like and you keep seeing the Ganja Gourmet website at the top of your search query results?
Recently I have began the building of a second website system for the use of SEO, to show that I can put two MMJ Center websites at the top of Google, over all other dispenaries in Colorado. In other words, I wanted to show I can have two different dispensary websites of mine, totally separate of each other, being the two websites that are always at the top of some very relevant MMJ searches. In less than one month my new, second MMJ website is above all other dispensary website’s search results in Google and also now starting to appear in the other three major search engines.
I have captured the #1 and #2 spots on Google for some very relevant searches:
Say you are a Patient in Denver looking for some of the Permafrost strain:
Look for these two domains: ganja-gourmet.com and legalmmj.info
One of the HUGE problems that dispensaries are having other than not knowing how to make SEO work properly for them is the fact that “users” of this industry, the Weedmaps, the reviewers, the media like Westword and DenverPost and such all know how to put their information and URLs over yours!!! (That’s what they do!)
I’ve seen many, many dispensary websites where you simply type the name of the dispensary + medical marijuana + Denver Colorado and the dispensary’s website is then listed on the second or third page of the search results. That only shows the complete lack of any search engine optimization being employed by that dispensary’s “webmaster”. Does that happen when you do a search for your dispensary on the search engines?
Say! Where do you know where I can get some Cheeba Chews in Denver? What is the first dispensary you see listed?
Or just looking for some marijuana edibles in Denver?
Did you notice how the Ganja Gourmet was listed twice in some of the results above?
Looking for some medicated cheesecake in Colorado?
<https://www.google.com/search?q=medicated%20cheesecake%20Colorado&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8> AMAZING RESULTS!
And the Ganja Gourmet has not even made medicated cheesecake in the last six months!!!