Greg’s SEO Slides: Digital Dealer Las Vegas Part 2

Last week on Local Search Tuesdays, we shared the first half of Greg’s presentation from Digital Dealer Vegas, so we’re back to share the second half on this week’s episode. It’s about a half-hour long, so kick back, and get ready for the conclusion to The Michael Myers Guide to Killing Your Competition with Automotive SEO!

Suds & Search 137 | Greg Gifford, VP of Search at SearchLab Digital

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Our guest on this week’s episode of Suds & Search is Greg Gifford, SearchLab’s Vice President of Search.

Greg is a man who needs no introduction. He’s an internationally recognized conference speaker and one of the most popular presenters in the industry.

It would be more concise to list the conferences he hasn’t spoken at. He’s well-known in the SEO community presenting at conferences like MozCon, SMX, Pubcon, and UnGagged.

Greg’s Top 5 Halloween Movies for Streaming

On this week’s Local Search Tuesdays, we’ve got a special episode for you, ‘cause it’s almost Halloween!

We know that most of you have been watching for a while, so you probably knew this was coming. But for those of you who are new viewers, Greg is obviously obsessed with movies, and equally obsessed with Halloween. Every year for the Halloween episode, he shares a list of the best horror movies to watch.

Local SEO Conference Tips: Brighton SEO

A couple of weeks ago, Greg was back in Brighton, England, at BrightonSEO. He’s been speaking at BrightonSEO twice a year for the last eight years now, and he also teaches the Local SEO training class – if you’re watching this, go sign up and come to his training class in April! But as always, he likes to collect some awesome tips to help you be better at digital marketing and running your businesses. He collected excellent tips from friends and speakers out at Brighton SEO, so check it out!

Local SEO Tip: GBP Waiting Period

Welcome back to another episode of Local Search Tuesdays. Greg’s in the UK, speaking at Brighton SEO, so Dane stepped in for this week’s episode. Today, we’re going to talk about an important issue with user management in your Google Business Profile.

This week’s tip is short, but really important for every business out there. Recently, Google implemented a mandatory waiting period for new managers of Google Business Profiles. Whenever you add a new manager (or transfer ownership to a new user), that new manager won’t be able to make any edits to the profile for seven days.