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  • June 20, 2016 by Mike Wallace in Local Search

    Google My Business: Department Listings

    Google My Business As we all know, Google Maps makes up a very important portion of Google’s search results. Fifteen percent of searches within Google show these map results, and an even higher percentage of searches show a knowledge graph for an individual business on the right-hand side of the results. These listings are based

  • April 20, 2016 by admin in Organic Search

    UX and Content Strategy Could Solve Your “Pogo-Stick” Problem

    We have all experienced this scenario: You’re searching online for an answer to a very specific question. You click on the first search result and the webpage looks like it’s from the Stone Age, so you quickly click back to Google. The second result is an in-depth article with a headline not relevant to your

  • October 15, 2015 by Nolan Alexander in Local Search

    Pursuing Local Search Listings Success — How We Do It

    A 5 Step Personal Interview To Assess The State of Your Local Search Maybe you own a local restaurant. Maybe you own a group of franchised shoe retailers. Maybe you own a couple of doctor’s offices on opposite ends of town. Or maybe you are in charge of marketing all of your coffee shops nationwide.

  • June 19, 2015 by admin in Local Search

    Maintaining Ranking and Local Search Consistency Across Multiple Locations

    Businesses, especially those involved in some form of franchising, have a lot on their plate. It can be tempting to give the individual business owner the power they want to design the perfect business for them. This can allow individual locations to capitalize on their local markets that they know so well. However, this strategy