Local SEO

The Difference Between Implicit and Explicit Local Searches

On this week’s Local Search Tuesdays, Greg’s taking the week off, since our new Director of SEO, Dane Saville is in town. Today, he’ll explain the difference between implicit and explicit local searches. It’s important to understand the difference between the two, since the search results you’ll see will be different.


Greg’s Automotive SEO Presentation: CIADA Conference

If you saw last week’s episode, you know Greg was down in Myrtle Beach a few weeks ago for a few back-to-back conferences. This week we’re sharing his presentation from the Carolinas Independent Auto Dealer Association annual conference. It was a fun one, and everyone raved about it, so of course, we had to share it here with you. It’s about 25 minutes long, so kick back and enjoy!


Greg’s Automotive SEO Presentation: UAAMG Conference

A few weeks ago, Greg hopped a plane down to Myrtle Beach for an epic back-to-back conference lineup with the Unfair Advantage Automotive Mastermind Group and the Carolinas Independent Auto Dealer Association annual conference. He only had a 20-minute slot at the Mastermind show, but he packed it with awesome info from our huge Google Business Profile study and info from over 500 auto dealer site audits. Check it out!

If you’d like to dig into info like this even more, don’t miss the Driving Sales webinar that Greg is doing next Tuesday – you can register at wp.drivingsales.com/webinar!


Suds & Search 124 | Amanda Jordan

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Our guest on this week’s episode of Suds & Search is Amanda Jordan, Director of Digital Strategy at Rickety Roo.

Amanda is one of the most popular and sought-after personalities in Local SEO. She is an in-demand conference presenter who you might’ve heard speak at Mozcon, LocalU, Whitespark Local Search Summit, The Women in Tech SEO Festival, and many other places.


Traditional SEO vs. Local SEO: Which Does Your Business Need?

Most people do not realize that Google uses multiple algorithms to provide search results, so it is important to understand the difference between them when you are trying to optimize your site. If you want your site to be seen by potential and current customers, you need to optimize your website for the right algorithm. So how do you know which type of SEO to do to make your website more search engine friendly?