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Integrated Local Ad, Review and Social Marketing Company

Integrated Local Ad, Review and Social Marketing Company | e-commerce social media | Scoop.it
Confluence Social Marketing-a leading company to raise business ROI , advertising campaigns and energize social media and digital marketing.

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Peg Corwin's curator insight, March 15, 12:23 PM

Check out Confluence Social Marketing, a firm which integrates social, local and mobile into one platform.  (I haven't tried it, just discovered it.)   See especially the system for facilitating local reviews and its hyper-targeted ads which are cheaper than Google Adwords.


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Fake Reviews - Everyone is doing it, so it must be legal

Fake Reviews - Everyone is doing it, so it must be legal | e-commerce social media | Scoop.it

"I absolutely loved this thread at blackhatworld. The original poster asked: Hi, Does anybody know if it is illegal to sell fake online reviews?"


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Peg Corwin's curator insight, January 26, 1:01 PM

Getting friends to write fake local reviews is just illegal, despite the fact that others are doing it, says this local seo pro.


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Why Local Businesses Need Reviews and 12 SEO-Approved Ways to Get Them

Why Local Businesses Need Reviews and 12 SEO-Approved Ways to Get Them | e-commerce social media | Scoop.it
Local SEO experts reveal why customer reviews are more important than ever in Google's local search algorithm, and 12 SEO-approved ways businesses can get them.

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Peg Corwin's curator insight, March 7, 9:09 AM

Paula Allen outlines a thorough process for getting more reviews. Interesting answer to how many reviews you need: " Try to get at least one review per quarter. If you ask all your customers, you’ll get a few, and that will be enough to stay ahead of the pack since they accumulate over time."


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