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Local SEO Panels at SMX East

October 2nd, 2014 · 2 Comments

Oh October! The leaves are changing, fall is almost here and another SMX East is coming to a close. There were a couple of awesome local SEO panels, including a presentation from the affable Founder, Proprietor and CEO of Local SEO Guide: Andrew Shotland. Andrew presented data across directory and SMB sites to provide some [...]

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Tags: Google

Another Carousel Replacement Being Tested?

September 3rd, 2014 · 9 Comments

New Google Local Points of Interest Carousel

It looks like Google is testing yet another carousel replacement. This time it’s with the different “Points of Interest” searches in specific geos. This one looks different then the previous “new” carousel replacement that we had seen. So for those of you keeping score at home there are currently 3 carousels/replacements out there: 1) The [...]

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Tags: Google · Google News

THE TOP 5 USES FOR THE REL=AUTHOR TAG

August 28th, 2014 · 5 Comments

1. Stick under wobbly table legs 2. Supplement for low carb diets 3. Bitcoin alternative 4. Keep kids occupied at restaurants 5. Wrap dead fish http://searchengineland.com/goodbye-google-authorship-201975  

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Tags: Google

Google Local Icons & New Real Estate Snippets Spotted

August 12th, 2014 · 4 Comments

Google Local Icons

As Google morphs SERP design from desktop to mobile, it appears that it has decided that reading words is perhaps too much to ask of our educationally-challenged fellow users. And so it is now testing icons in the mobile results as shown below: I guess it’s easier to click on a cute picture than try [...]

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Tags: Google · Google Maps

Paid Local Pack Results?

August 12th, 2014 · 6 Comments

Paid Local Pack?

Our friends over at Moz saw a new SERP feature pop up in their MozCast. Notice the lovely paid ads dressed up as a local pack result? While this is a test, and nothing but a test, is it also a continued acknowledgement from Google that their current methods of dealing with Local search results suck? [...]

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Tags: Google