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Google My Business Update: Enhanced Photos

Published on February 24, 2015 in Local SEO by Casey Meraz

One thing that is certain in local search is change. Today I noticed on the Local Search Forum that Google Upgraded their My Business page in the photos department. From […]

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Spammers Keep Spamming Local Listings

Published on December 12, 2014 in Local SEO by Casey Meraz

Warning: This is mostly just a rant If there is one thing I’ve learned over and over again in SEO it’s that spammers will keep on spamming. Back in July […]

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Evergreen Web Content: What It Is, and How to Win

Published on November 20, 2014 in Content by Matt Green

One of the questions that we hear a ton from webmasters at our SEO meetup group is about evergreen content and where it should live within their site’s architecture. Time […]

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Are Your URLs Search Engine Friendly?

Published on November 5, 2014 in On-site SEO by John Van Bockern

First, what is a URL? A Url is a uniform resource locator. It is a human readable address for a webpage designed to replace the computer read IP addresses that […]

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Yext Duplicate Suppression Analysis

Published on October 13, 2014 in Local SEO by Casey Meraz

In the local SEO game having consistent, accurate, and singular citations is essential to the success of your local SEO campaign. Removing duplicate citations has always been a problem in […]

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What to Know About HTTPs Protocol for SEO

Published on October 6, 2014 in On-site SEO by Frank

On August 6th, 2014  Google announced that HTTPs Protocol  is going to be used as a ranking signal. While this is a reason to pay attention to securing your website, […]