Google has warned us to make certain our web pages are in good shape for mobile devices by April 21st. The world of Local Search is rapidly shifting to mobile devices and that shift has accelerated at an ever-increasing pace.
At Pubcon in November I was honored to join some really smart folks on the Schema/Semantic Markup panel. I talked about and gave examples of my theory that structured data was looking like the beta/proving ground for PPC features. My example
When a small business needs to show up in specific locally-focused search queries, everyone agrees that strong and consistent Name, Address, Phone (NAP) data is important. Beyond making sure the search engines know where you are, making sure the search
Here’s Mary’s presentation from LocalUp 2015, a joint conference from LocalU and Moz held in Seattle in February. It will help you to build a solid foundation fro creating and optimizing websites for local businesses.
In the past 2 months, I’ve been honored to be part of the Bright Local Webinar Series, Inside Local Search. These hour-long discussions are presented live, but can be accessed as recordings a few days later. The ones I participated
What do you get if you cross LocalU Advanced with Moz? LocalUp! Think of a MozCon that’s all about local. Or a LocalU Advanced with Moz’s data wizards speaking and sharing. Either way, I expect it to be the premier Local
Google’s Updates usually settle in after a week or so, but the Pigeon has wobbled around and kept us all on our toes trying to understand what’s happened and how to react to it. I recently attended a session on
We’ve created an infographic that shows the holistic local search strategy that we use here at Ignitor Digital to help bring online success to our clients. This mindmap was first presented at Pubcon 2014 in Las Vegas. Over the next
Carrie and I will both be speaking again at Pubcon Las Vegas. I’ll be speaking on Local Search Strategies and Carrie is on a panel about the Semantic Web and Knowledge Graph. This is my favorite SEO conference and if
Google Provides Personalized Results Google automatically detects your location and sets your location of search for you. Then, all of your search results are tailored around that geography in order to provide you with the most relevant results. It’s possible