Portsmouth NH February 15, 2013 — Jungle Torch (http://www.Jungletorch.com), an SEO Software company today announced a new feature for customers, Local Search.
“Increasingly, businesses want to see where they rank for keywords based on an immediate location,” said Tennant, Co-Founder of Jungle Torch. “Regardless of the business, knowing where you show up for a key word based on one or more locations is critical for some businesses, particularly those nationwide businesses serving a local community.”
Jungle Torch’s new local search feature enables customers to see how they rank for organic key words in multiple “local” locations. Initially, Jungle Torch will provide access to: New York City, LA, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, Austin, San Francisco, Columbus, Fort Worth, Charlotte, Detroit, El Paso, Memphis, Boston, Seattle, Denver, Baltimore, Washington D.C. Jungle Torch plans to expand it’s local search capabilities throughout the year.
This new local search capability will not only allow small companies serving local communities to do local search, it will also allow chain retailers or business owners with bricks and mortar facilities in multiple regions so see how they rank for keywords in the area that each facility is in.
“This new local search capability will allow users to get very granular in their ability to do search engine optimization, Tennant said. “That will lead to more leads or sales, which is what everyone is looking for.
About Jungle Torch
Jungle Torch is the most comprehensive and easy to use search engine and social media analytics engine there is. Jungle Torch gives any company with a website a comprehensive SEO view of their website. Furthermore, it identifies crucial pieces of digital information that are not available anywhere else in the SEO world. This includes full SEO reports and a comprehensive report of all inbound, outbound and internal links.
Jungle Torch is the only analytics tools that can identify Google “unnatural links” find out who their owners are and their email addresses. This gives victims of Google Penguin and Panda algorithms a metrics based way of determining the bad links pointing to their site so they can be removed.
In addition, Jungle Torch provides users with social media networking tools that allow them to analyze online conversations about their company and to see whether the sentiment is good or bad. This information is crucial to any company doing business on the web or any agency serving various web accounts. For more information visit: http://www.JungleTorch.com