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Everything You Wanted to Know about Pinterest Business Accounts

We all love Pinterest on a personal level, right? It is a fun idea, using visual media rather than the usual form of social blogging that we are used to. As far as business applications are concerned we all know we should be utilizing Pinterest as the valuable tool it is. But because it is …

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The Best Performing Search Media For Your Business’ Marketing Strategy

Columnist and Local Search Association VP Wesley Young shares data that takes a look at 50 business categories and how they perform in a variety of marketing media including search engines, directories, review sites and social media. The post The Best Performing Search Media For Your… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search …

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In-House SEO or SEO Agency: Which is Right for Your Business?

In-House SEO or SEO Agency: Which is Right for Your Business? was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Devising or revising an SEO strategy for your business and wondering whether or not to go with an in-house SEO or an SEO agency? It’s a common – and good – question …

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“Google My Business” Pages Not Updated in Six Months May be Deactivated by @AllieGrayFree

Google confirmed yesterday that businesses who have not not logged into their “Google My Business” account may risk losing their verification. The post “Google My Business” Pages Not Updated in Six Months May be Deactivated by @AllieGrayFree appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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Google Says It May Unverify Inactive Local Business Listings

Company will first try to contact businesses that haven’t logged in within six months, then may unverify if there’s no response. The post Google Says It May Unverify Inactive Local Business Listings appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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10 Ideas: How To Fix A Damning Business Review

A bad review can hit your business hard, but columnist Chris Silver Smith has 10 ways to turn the negativity around and improve your customer care. The post 10 Ideas: How To Fix A Damning Business Review appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Problems With Google My Business? Use Phone Support!

Many who use Google My Business — marketers included! — aren’t aware that phone support is available. Columnist Greg Gifford provides a step-by-step guide. The post Problems With Google My Business? Use Phone Support! appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Google Adds “Nearby Business” Mobile Ad Format For Location-Related Searches

Up to four paid business listings will display with direction and click-to-call links. The post Google Adds “Nearby Business” Mobile Ad Format For Location-Related Searches appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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#SEJThinkTank Recap: Building Business Cases for #SEO with Keith Goode by @dantosz

On Wednesday, May 20th, the SEJThinkthank was joined by Keith Goode, of seoClarity. His presentation, titled Building Business Cases for SEO, was moderated by Loren Baker. The post #SEJThinkTank Recap: Building Business Cases for #SEO with Keith Goode by @dantosz appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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Mobilegeddon A Month Later: Small Business Study Shows…. Nothing Happened

Contributor Conrad Saam shares the results of a small-scale study looking at the impact of Google’s mobile friendly update on local law firms. The post Mobilegeddon A Month Later: Small Business Study Shows…. Nothing Happened appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Google My Business Locations (Bulk) Gets Interface Update

Michael Wallace (@LocalGladiator) has alerted me to a new, shiny interface for the Google My Business Locations (i.e. bulk) dashboard. Announced in the Help Files with the interface conventions detailed here, the interface appears to improve what has been a product frequented with bugs and inconsistencies. The new interface provides meaningful error states and the options …

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How to Optimise Twitter Ads for Business

Twitter can be a force for good, if handled in the correct way; failing to leash the beast can be disastrous for a campaign. I wanted to share my take on how to optimise Twitter ads for business by ensuring your targeting is taking the right path. In this example we are using a website …

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Google Rolls Out Mobile Local business orders and appointments

Google has started rolling out the ability for searchers to directly book a table, order or make an appointment via mobile Google search and Google Maps. Previously there had been links to some of these services like OpenTable but now the user can complete the reservation directly via the Google interface. Currently Google is working …

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The Comprehensive Mobile-Friendly SEO Guide for Business Owners Post-April 21st #Mobilegeddon

The Comprehensive Mobile-Friendly SEO Guide for Business Owners Post-April 21st #Mobilegeddon was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Are you a hands-on small business owner managing your own digital marketing grappling with Google’s April 21st mobile-friendly update? We’re here to help. This article is your go-to guide for dealing with the …

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How Should Your Business Respond to #Mobilegeddon? (TLDR: Start with Deep Breaths) by @tomdemers

OK, so let’s breathe, everybody. If you’re in the search marketing (or even in the digital marketing) space you’ve likely heard about Google’s unusual preemptive announcement of a pending algorithm update around mobile-friendly sites in search results. It has a lot of folks anxious, has been all over the news and is being billed as …

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