SEOBy mapping relationships between entities, Google is often able to know what we meant to search for, even if we weren't great at articulating it. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand explains what SEOs need to know about that process.
Chris Agro's insight:
This article covers how search engines are smarter than ever and how you can take advantage of this for better SEO. -Chris Agro (@agrotising)
David Mihm's Local Search Ranking Factors 2013 was just published at MOZ. In this time of chaotic Google Local changes, you will want to be sure to read every word and bookmark it for future reference.
I was honored to be selected as a contributor again this year, along with a distinguished group of local marketing experts from around the world to share insights and opinions about the most important Google local ranking factors.
If you deal with Google Places/Google+ Local SEO, then you know...
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