“Although I’d heard of “barnacle SEO” as a tactic at some of the early SEO conference networking events, the first real proponent of it in local search was Will Scott. I want to say that Will originally published this post on the now-defunct Local Search News in early 2008; but alas, the original has been […]”
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“Virtually all consumers turn to the internet to find local products and services. Are you positioned to win them, as a local business? There are four key steps to consider: search engines, internet yellow pages, map services and reviews. The folks from Kenshoo Local have put together an infographic with these four key areas, along with […]”
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“ Big Upgrade For Businesses on Pinterest “To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade?” That was the question I asked myself when Pinterest inquired whether I wanted to switch to a business account saying: “Ge…”
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Econsultancy (blog)Just 38% of companies have a content marketing strategy: reportEconsultancy (blog)While the importance of content marketing is beyond dispute, with 90% of respondents believing that it will become more important over the next 12...
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