The need for your business information to be correct and wide-spread continues to grow. In the following article SeachBlog.com expands on the question of where Lead Generating Media comes from. Lead-Generating Media Comes From Online, Offline Directories Directories still deliver high-quality leads, especially on mobile devices, according to a study released Wednesday by the Local … Read moreWhere do business leads come from?
Jul 2, 2013 at 1:00pm ET by Natalie Wuchenich (Search Engine Land) With consumers leveraging a broader array of online and offline media when searching for local business information — and increasingly relying on smartphones and tablets to conduct searches — local businesses need to expand and refine their advertising approach in order to remain competitive, according … Read moreLocal Businesses Need To Expand & Refine Advertising Approach
In this post from Robert Ball, CEO of OfficeArrow, Robert touches on some of the most important aspects to monitoring your social presence. Even for those businesses that have yet to create their own social networking presence, we all need to know that people are still talking – and you need to know what they … Read moreSocial Media Monitoring: It Pays to Listen
I was with a local businessman friend of mine this weekend, and the talk got on to local web search. I asked him when the last time he checked up on what people were saying about his business. His response? “How can you do that? How can I find it?” So, we went onto FixMyInfo.com … Read moreNegative reviews in Local Search
One concrete company quoted in the following article is estimating their losses at … A MILLION DOLLARS! Missing out on listing in the latest telephone directory is costing some Wanganui businesses plenty, and they’re not happy. One of them, Wayne Keenan of Keenan Concrete Services, believes the error by those compiling the latest phone book … Read moreHow much can incorrect business information cost your business?
Earlier this week we reported that many of those who received a manual action for sneaky mobile redirects were unable to submit a reconsideration request. Well after some time… Source: SEO Round