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Carrie and Joy Speak at Pubcon


Mary: If you’re headed to Pubcon in Vegas next month, don’t miss Carrie and Joy  teaching local business optimization tactics for 2018. These ladies know Local SEO!

Citation Sources That Allow Hidden Addresses


Carrie: Service area businesses sometimes get a bad rap when it comes to trying to build trustworthy citations.  Whitespark’s new list of sites that allow businesses to keep their address private, while getting the benefits of citations & establishing an online presence is a great resource!

Utilizing Your Local Online Reputation – Local UniversityLocal University


Carrie: Keeping your business and brand on track is that much easier with a great local online reputation – it makes the tough times that much easier! This guest post at from Erin Jones makes the case for just that!

How Rich Results May be Chosen and Created – Go Fish Digital


Carrie: Bill Slawski throws down some great knowledge on how Google creates rich results for books, and how that info might be applied to other featured snippets.

‘How Do Algorithm Updates Affect Local Businesses?’ #LocalSEOChat Recap


Mary: Check out the new Local SEO Chats on Twitter. Here’s a recap of the latest discussion.

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The Local Lowdown from Ignitor Digital – Sept. 28
Carrie Hill
Carrie has been working in SEO and Online Marketing since 2006 - she brings a passion for search and a desire to know more to every project she participates in. Carrie is a noted speaker and writer about a variety of topics, including Schema protocols, Google Analytics, Local Search and more. When she's not digging heavily into search & online marketing issues - you can find Carrie in her kitchen or possibly sitting on the porch with a cup of tea, a book, and her 4 dogs.

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