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4 Great Tools for Making the Most of Local SEO for Your Business – Entrepreneur


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4 Great Tools for Making the Most of Local SEO for Your Business
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Local SEO is key here. Leverage its potential to the hilt if you want local customers to come across your business. It's imperative that you get your local SEO strategy absolutely right so that your business scores a consistently high rank on local

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4 Great Tools for Making the Most of Local SEO for Your Business – Yahoo! Maktoob News

4 Great Tools for Making the Most of Local SEO for Your Business
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Local SEO is key here. Leverage its potential to the hilt if you want local customers to come across your business. It's imperative that you get your local SEO strategy absolutely right so that your business scores a consistently high rank on local

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A Tactical Guide to Making Old Pages Rank in Google Again by @neilpatel

You want to make sure you have an arsenal of techniques that will allow you to win back rank for pages that don’t rank anymore.

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Why your small business should be making use of SEO – Bizcommunity.com

Why your small business should be making use of SEO
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SEO is no longer about JUST optimising a page for Google and hoping for the best. Today, SEO is more about strategy and understanding what the user wants as well as what keeps Google happy. By optimising your website and creating a good user …

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It’s Happening: Looks Like Apple May Be Making An Electric Car

After days of rumors, the evidence is starting to mount that Apple is seriously considering building an electric car to take on Tesla. The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that the company has had a project code-named “Titan” in the works for the past year, with “several hundred” employees assigned to it.

The WSJ notes, of course, that “Apple may decide not to proceed with the car,” and adds that that the battery and electronic technologies developed in the project could be useful in other divisions of Apple. But it also cites insiders suggesting that the size of the team and some of the individuals working there “indicate that the company is serious.”

Apple executives have also reportedly met recently with contract auto manufacturers in Austria, specifically one from Canada’s Magna International.

Product design vice president Steve Zadesky—who has helmed iPod and iPhone design teams at Apple—is reportedly heading up the project. Zadesky formerly worked as an engineer for Ford Motors. Meanwhile, the WSJ points out that Apple has also hired another former auto executive: Johann Jungwirth, former president and CEO of Mercedes-Benz R&D in North America.

The rumors began two weeks ago when CBS San Francisco reported on sightings of a mysterious van with an elaborate camera array on its roof driving around the Bay Area. The report confirmed that the vans were leased by Apple, and cited technology analyst Rob Enderle, who speculated that the vans might be part of an autonomous vehicle project akin to Google’s ongoing initiative. 

At the time, it seemed equally possible that the vans were part of Apple’s efforts to enhance its disappointing iPhone Maps app, perhaps with its own version of Google’s Street View.

Then, just a few days ago, an alleged anonymous Apple employee emailed Business Insider to say that Tim Cook and company were working on a project that would “change the landscape and give Tesla a run for its money.” And only a few days before that, Bloomberg reported reported on an escalating hiring war between Tesla and Apple, in which each company was scrambling to poach engineers and employees from the other.

So far, Apple has neither confirmed nor denied the reports. If these rumors turn out to be true, hopefully Tim Cook will let us know by driving one through a wall and screeching to a halt on-stage at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference this summer.

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Stop Making These 8 Stupid Press Outreach Mistakes by @MDMJonathan

When done correctly, press outrearch can reward you with referral traffic, leads, sales, revenue and earned links.

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Making search engines find your business website is spelled SEO – Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Making search engines find your business website is spelled SEO
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As host of the Small Business Success podcast series, Been There, Done That! with Dennis Zink, I recently interviewed Scott Gonnello, who wrote a book titled "Common SEO Mistakes: Basic Edition." Scott is a consultant, author and speaker specializing

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Google Confirms Making “Tweaks” To The Search Results But Says No “Update” To Announce

Google says that last update the SEO community noticed was not related to the Penguin or Panda algorithms.

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Making Your Brand and Keyword Strategy Work Together

What’s the difference between your brand and your keywords? Are you using both effectively? Your brand is one of your most important keywords, but it shouldn’t be your only keyword, nor should you have lots of keywords but no brand. There should be a keyword strategy behind the keywords you pick. This post highlights the why of that and explains the basis of the how, then points you to several useful posts for the how. Michiel recently wrote about Homepage SEO, telling people not to try and rank their homepage for a specific keyword. In the comments there were clearly some misconceptions about how branding […]

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Making Customer Support Part Of Your SEO Program

There’s been a lot of discussion around breaking down silos within marketing departments, and columnist Casie Gillette notes the benefits of breaking down inter-departmental barriers as well.

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