Business 2 Community Moz Local Listing Manager - Putting it to the Test Business 2 Community Moz recently released a service to help small businesses improve their visibility online, in local search results to be specific.
Moz, a leading search engine management platform and opinion former have released a local listing service aimed at small businesses to increase their SEO. At www.makemelocal.co.uk we can create bespoke solutions that are designed to enhance small and local businesses internet presence in their local area using many of the same platforms that Moz uses.
Revenues from ads running on smartphones and tablets will outstrip those from newspaper, magazine and radio ads for the first time in the U.S. this year, according to a new reportfrom eMarketer. Mobile ad revenues will jump 83%, to $17.7 billion. That represents almost 10% of all ad spending, as people quickly spend more and more time peering at the smartphones and kicking back with their tablets–a total of two hours and 51 minutes a day, up 32 minutes from just a year ago. Mobile ad spend will trail only that of television commercials, of course, and desktop and laptop ads...
Data suggests that mobile media spend is set to outstrip press & radio this year? The data is from the US but generally speaking the trend is very similar in the UK too. With more and more people viewing a mobile device as a trustworthy way to make online purchases, it is a trend that is set to grow and grow.
Local SEO is becoming one of the essential components to every business and brand that wants long-term success across search engines. (What is local SEO and why do you need it?
A great, simple article that explains all the basic components and boxes to tick for local SEO. If you are a small business or trying to run a small website for a voluntary group, you need to make every effort to ensure local people can find you on search engines. How many people type in an exact web address these days?
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Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.