Critical Data For Online Business Listings
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Critical Data For Online Business Listings

Listings for local SEO If you want to rank well in local search, you need consistent NAP data, website, hours, and more across all major listing directories. This is essential for search engines to validate you as a credible local business. The more accurate and consistent data there is about your business across the web,…

Improving Your Local Search Ranking With Data Aggregators
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Improving Your Local Search Ranking With Data Aggregators

Data aggregators run the world. The world of local search, any way. Data aggregators supply information to major search engines like Google, which means that having good business listing info on data aggregators can help it get right on Google. These aggregators have built massive business databases from valuable listing sources like yellow page directories,…

How to Rank in Google Maps Local 3-Pack to Get More Customers
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How to Rank in Google Maps Local 3-Pack to Get More Customers

Google normally displays Google Maps local 3-Pack (Google Local Listings) on searches before organic results. For local business owners, this is the best place to rank. But, how do we get there? Optimize your Google My Business Profile When we say optimize, the information must be updated, accurate, and best represents the business. Here are…

Key Takeaways on Google’s Core Algorithm Updates
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Key Takeaways on Google’s Core Algorithm Updates

Google has just published a guide relative to its recent core updates. This specifically talks about the updated questions to ask about creating quality content and getting familiar with the quality rater guidelines. Quality Content Google has reiterated that focusing on ensuring to produce the best content is what their algorithm seeks to reward. They…

Google Search “core updates” What you should do…
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Google Search “core updates” What you should do…

Every time Google releases updates especially “core updates”, some if not many seem to panic. Of course, they worry that their rankings might go down or their previous content strategy might not work anymore. The main question here really is, are we making “quality” content? If your answer is yes, then there is no need…