In this week’s episode of Local Search Tuesdays, we share quick digital marketing tips from the speakers at Pubcon Austin. The video is packed with amazing tactics for content, audience targeting, PPC, and Local SEO – check it out and learn some quick tips that will help you stand out in 2020!
In this week’s episode of Local Search Tuesdays, I share my entire presentation from Pubcon Austin last week. I hit a few quick tips on the basics of Local SEO, then move on to share advanced tactics to help with specific situations.
It’s a bit longer, since we’re sharing the entire 20 minute session, but it’s packed with actionable tips – so kick back and give it a watch!
In this week’s episode of Local Search Tuesdays, I share a simple math equation that helps to prove why Local SEO is necessary in any market. Most people know about SEO, but it’s not as easy to demonstrate why it’s vital to success.
We used jewelry shops as an example, but the math works for any vertical – simply change out “jewelers” for whatever you do and apply the same equation – you’ll see quickly that Local SEO is an absolute necessity for your business.
In this week’s video, we’re talking about pizza… A few simple searches for “pizza delivery” are a great way to demonstrate how Local SEO works. Check out the video and see how it all fits together!
Welcome to the first video in our new weekly series – Local Search Tuesdays. Each week, I’ll be sharing a short 3 to 5 minute video about Local SEO – tactics, news, updates, and such.
In today’s inaugural video, we share a few tips for people who are new to SEO and a list of conferences in the spring where you can see me speak live – and you don’t want to miss next week’s video, where we’ll be sharing digital marketing tips for 2020 from some of the speakers from Pubcon Las Vegas a few months ago.
This all started late at night on Monday October 21st. My daughter Annie was not quite four months old and I was on baby duty.
I was scrolling through Twitter, hoping that the baby was asleep for the night, when I saw a post from Britney Muller.
Are you interested in bringing more local customers through your doors?
If you operate or manage a brick-and-mortar company, you depend on local clients. Building your reputation via the right marketing techniques is also essential for local businesses.
As a small local business, it’s also important to implement local Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Local SEO is your secret to taking advantage of the 3.5 billion Google searches that occur every day.
If used wisely, a local SEO campaign can drive traffic to your website and other online platforms. It can also leverage your online and local reputation, drawing more community members to your doorstep.
Social Media Sickness Got You Down?
With the breakneck speed of changes in algorithms, social media news and how it impacts the business world how does anyone have enough energy to keep up? Because Social Media, SEO, Paid Searches and Content all rely on each other having a clear view of the ever-changing scene is critical. This will be a panel discussion with plenty of time for Q&A so that you can get what YOUR business needs!
The days of keyword stuffing a website are long gone.
Nowadays, SEO copywriting has become a focal point for trying to achieve success on the internet and making yourself more visible in organic search.
Marketers all over the world are still aiming to achieve the same thing, which is to create content that gets highly ranked on search engines.
No matter how many times the approach and methodologies in search engine optimization (SEO) change, the goal will always remain the same.
This industry is all about adjusting. If you don’t, you’ll get left behind by your competition.
If your website is struggling to improve its ranking in organic searches, here are 7 tips on how to how to write better content:
There are no sick days in business.
Even when there is a part of the business that isn’t healthy or functioning perfectly, the show must go on! But, day after day and month after month, the longer a piece of the business stays broken, or even just functioning at 50%, the rest of the business is impacted until eventually the illness is evident and it must be fixed or risk the inevitable. And if you think this flu season was bad, consider that the majority of businesses die in their first three years.