I am going to be at Borrell’s Local Mobile Advertising Conference in Chicago next week. I’ll be moderating the “Mobile by the Numbers” panel. If you’re going to be there let me know and want to connect let me know.
Entries Tagged as 'Local Search'
September 30th, 2011 · No Comments
August 8th, 2011 · 2 Comments
Here’s the Local SEO Seasonal Calendar I mentioned on today’s post on SEL re Seasonal SEO (originally entitled “Back To School With Seasonal SEO”)
Tags: Local Search
May 26th, 2011 · 15 Comments
Earlier this week I spent a few days in Barbados as a guest of Global Directories where, along with Randy Orth & Vince Graziano of EM4B, we ran a local online marketing seminar for about 200 Barbadian businesses. As I went through my talk about how to get ranked for searches like “Barbados car rental” [...]
May 15th, 2011 · 8 Comments
Leena Rao tries to make sense of Ebay’s recent acquisitions: t’s no secret that eBay has been heavily investing in a local commerce strategy. The central core of this is trying to capitalize on the $917 million online-to-offline buying market, which Forrester estimates will eventually reach $1.3 trillion (although this number seems low) and account [...]
April 18th, 2011 · 3 Comments
Did I say I was speaking at the Yellow Pages Association Conference this week? I meant the Local Search Association.
March 4th, 2011 · 3 Comments
In response to my post on how some of top local sites did in the Farmer Update, Yellowpages.com’s John Cole forwarded me the following traffic charts showing how their traffic has grown since the update. Week Over Week Comparison 2/20-2/26 v. 2/13-2/19 Week Over Week Comparison 2/23 -3/1 v. 2/16-2/22 Thanks for sharing John. If [...]
January 6th, 2011 · 2 Comments
Just got an invite to Opus Research’s Conversational Commerce Conference aka C3 on Feb 2-3 in San Francisco. Opus is Dan Miller’s and Greg Sterling’s brainchild. I’ll be blogging the event. Here’s the conference summary: Opus Research’s Conversational Commerce Conference (C3) brings together a diverse array of interested groups and stakeholders to discuss the new [...]
January 4th, 2011 · 5 Comments
Update: Matt Mcgee informs me that this is way old news. Still interesting though. First CityGrid and now Yahoo!? What’s Yelp up to? A reader from a daily deals site just asked me why Yelp was linking to Yahoo on the bottom right of this URL with the words “New York Burgers” in the anchor [...]
January 3rd, 2011 · 17 Comments
Inspired by John Battele’s scoring of his 2010 predictions I figured I’d see how I did with my 2010 Local SEO Predictions: The Open Source Yellow Pages Will Emerge Let’s see – Citysearch turned into CityGrid and is now supplying yellow pages data/ads to anyone who wants it. YPG launched its Yellow API strategy. A [...]
December 30th, 2010 · 5 Comments
I thought it would be nice to end the year highlighting the blog’s top 10 most popular posts for the year. Thanks to all my readers, commenters, linkers, lurkers, clients and of course Google for making it a great year. Lifestyle Lift – Fake Reviews Will Cost You Real $ A 2009 post, but in [...]