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  • What are the Top SEO Ranking Factors in 2017?

    … companies ignore this great opportunity. Ensure your company is listed properly on Google for Business and use citations (NAP – Name, Address, Phone Number) on every page of your site. Quality Content and Links – this is where great consultants thrive and terrible ones get you in trouble. Your goal should be building out great content (like…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin SEO- 28 readers -
  • Video Deep Dive: The Reality of Citation Consistency

    … This is the 17th installment this year of our Deep Dive Into Local series. For the week ending Monday, May 9th, Mary Bowling and Mike Blumenthal shared their thoughts about the previous week in local. The complete video, including links and commentary on critical happenings of the previous week is posted in the Local U forums (paywall…

    Mike Blumenthal/ Local University- 11 readers -
  • 3 DIY SEO Action Items for a $0 Budget

    … fairly simple to use — just follow the instructions to create a new sitemap and save the file by naming it sitemap.xml. Upload it to your domain so it lives here: yoursite.com/sitemap.xml/ Then submit it to Google in the Search Console: Add Local Schema Why it’s important: More people are using mobile devices now to find information…

    The SEM Postin SEO- 15 readers -
  • How to optimize your Google My Business listing: expert tips

    A Google My Business profile is an essential for local SEO. It’s free and will enable you to appear in local search results for queries specific to your products or services. Even broad queries with large volumes are now showing local results which is something small business owners can capitalise upon. We’ve been asking SEO experts for their advice on setting up and optimising GMB listings..

    Graham Charlton/ Search Engine Watch- 47 readers -
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