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Ben Fisher on Twitter: “New: GMB Review Replies Editable from the KP – No more need to visit the Google My Business dashboard to edit your responses!”


Carrie: This makes review management that much easier on Google for small businesses.  If you’re logged into your business’s Google account, you can respond to reviews right inline with the reviews, instead of navigating to the GMB dashboard. Great new feature.

Google on How to Improve Sites that Don’t Rank – Search Engine Journal


Carrie: Any insights we can get into how to optimize and improve things in Google’s eyes is a good thing. This is a good article that goes through how we can be better and do better.

Follow the Local SEO Leaders: A Guide to Our Industry’s Best Publications – Moz


Carrie: Mary and I are honored to be on this list for sure, but aside from that – it’s a great resource for who is knowledgable and who you should be following to know what is correct, and recent, in the local SEO world.

GetFiveStars Is Now GatherUp – Gather Up


Carrie: Our friends at GetFiveStars went through a major rebrand this week.  Now GatherUp, and positioned to help small businesses (really ALL businesses) leverage their greatest asset – customer feedback.  Congrats to the GatherUp Team!

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The Local Lowdown from Ignitor Digital – Sept. 21
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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