Get the scoop on what’s hot and what’s working in Local SEO & Marketing. From Google MyBusiness tactics and studies to new features, tips and tricks – these articles are designed to help you gain more market share, convert more website visitors, and see increased impact from your online marketing efforts.

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Reserve with Google Makes its Way into the 3- Pack SERP on Google | Understanding Google My Business & Local Search

Source: blumenthals.com

Carrie: Direct “Book” links are showing up in the maps results, further circumventing a click to the website. The number of partners is expanding as well. If you have any capability to integrate one of these partners, it might be a way to be first in your market!


How to Create a Local Marketing Results Dashboard in Google Data Studio – Whiteboard Friday – Moz

Source: moz.com

Carrie: This is somewhat advanced, and focused on agencies but it’s a great primer for understanding what you should (and what CAN) be included in a Google Data Studio report!


The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Taking Full Control of Your Google Knowledge Panels – Moz

Source: moz.com

Mary: Moz shows you how to use the current features in Google’s Local Knowledge Panels.


Helpful Support Numbers to Call on the Top U.S. Citation Sites – Whitespark

Source: whitespark.ca

Mary: Austin Lund has gathered the most reliable  numbers to call when you need help on some of the top and most important citation sites in the U.S.

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The Local Lowdown from Ignitor Digital – October 26
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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