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SEMRush Review…At Last & Free SEMRush Coupons Promo Code

October 24th, 2011 · 4 Comments

The paucity of posts over the past few months is directly proportional to how screwed up Google Places can be and the commensurate demand for help with said wackiness.  As a result I have been incredibly poor about putting up to posts that I have been planning.  They always seem to be 99% done and [...]

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Tags: Local Data

Rich Snippets Get Standardized At Schema.org

June 2nd, 2011 · 11 Comments

Google, Bing & Yahoo have just announced support of a standardized set of microformats at Schema.org. Here’s the full list of supported schema types. This means that you format your templates once and “rich snippets” of your data can show up on all of the major search engines. If you haven’t already added microformats to [...]

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Tags: Local Data

SMX East Twitter Takeaways – #SMX

October 4th, 2010 · No Comments

I am not at SMX East today, but I thought it might be helpful to grab some interesting local tweets bubbling up from #SMX and record them here. I’ll be updating this from time to time over the next couple of days: Hot from #SMX: The Search Crossover: Local, Mobile Social http://outspokenmedia.com/4wbfless than a minute [...]

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Tags: Local Advertising · Local Data · Local Search

Check In Services Might Have An Edge on New Business Data

September 7th, 2010 · No Comments

If you have been following the saga of the newly opened Main Street Meat and Fish Market in Pleasanton, Greg Sterling and I were having a discussion last week about the fact that since they are a new business, they are not yet showing up in the local search databases like InfoUSA, Acxiom & Localeze, [...]

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Tags: Facebook Places · GoWalla · Local Data · Local Search

Main Street Meat N Fish Market Takes On The Social Web And Doesn’t Even Know It

September 3rd, 2010 · 2 Comments

I was telling Greg Sterling about how the new meat market in Pleasanton is killing it on their Facebook Page, which was created by a customer, and on Yelp despite the fact that they don’t have a Google Place Page and the business itself isn’t even participating in any of this. From Greg’s The Curious [...]

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Tags: Facebook · Google Place Pages · Local Data · Small Business Marketing · Uncategorized · Yelp