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How to optimize Google My Business listings for multi-location businesses

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Being listed on Google My Business (GMB) is an essential part of any local SEO strategy. But how can businesses with multiple locations make sure they aren’t penalized in search rankings? Produced in association with SweetIQ. Google My Business Google My Business was rolled out in 2014 to make it …

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4 things to note when optimizing for local SEO in 2017

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SEO for businesses in 2017 will be revolutionary. Within the space of 3 years, it has become significantly easier to find businesses, stores or items nearby, creating a shift in user’s intent and search behavior. Users no longer have to include their location in search queries, such as inputting “coffee shops …

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Hotel SEO: Five steps to optimizing hotel deals and listings

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Effective SEO is important to the visibility of any hotel online. To improve the traffic to your hotel website, leading to more revenue for your business, every hotel must ensure that they are properly set up to be visible on search engine results pages (SERPs). SEO allows your hotel to improve …

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Where is Google heading with mobile local search?

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In our last column we asked: Has Google killed mobile organic search? In this column we consider what Google’s plans are for those owned properties that get the prime real estate atop mobile search results, such as Google My Business (GMB) and Knowledge Graph (KG). There are five areas/initiatives that …

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Are you paying enough attention to reviews in your local SEO?

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Featured image by ReviewJump Sponsored content in collaboration with ReviewJump. Views expressed in this article are those of the interviewee and do not necessarily reflect SEW’s opinions. Customer reviews are an important contributing factor to local search rankings. But Brodie Tyler, founder of ReviewJump, believes that they aren’t given enough emphasis – …

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