Tag Archives: Greg Gifford

An easy quarterly plan for local link building

Looking to build links for your local business? In this helpful how-to piece, columnist Greg Gifford outlines his process for finding and acquiring local links. The post An easy quarterly plan for local link building appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Stop overloading your Local SEO content!

Developing content for your local business website is clearly important for search engine optimization, but that doesn't mean that more content is always better. Columnist Greg Gifford explains and suggests an alternative strategy. The post Stop overloading your Local SEO content! appeared first...

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Be a mad scientist to be more successful in local SEO

The debate rages on over the authoritative set of local ranking factors, but columnist Greg Gifford believes that local SEOs on both sides of the fence may be missing the point. The post Be a mad scientist to be more successful in local SEO appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Need to contact Google My Business support? Use Twitter!

While phone support may no longer be accessible if you need help with Google My Business, columnist Greg Gifford notes that social media support is available (and good!). The post Need to contact Google My Business support? Use Twitter! appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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As a local business, you have to own your own back yard

The grass may seem greener in neighboring markets, but columnist Greg Gifford explains that in order to compete there via local SEO, you need to have your own yard in order first. The post As a local business, you have to own your own back yard appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Forget about unique content. Try actually BEING local!

Columnist Greg Gifford notes that when all your competitors have unique content, then that alone won't be enough to help you stand out from the crowd. The post Forget about unique content. Try actually BEING local! appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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The most important question to ask in local SEO

Achieving outstanding local search results for your clients all comes down to one simple -- yet essential -- question. Columnist Greg Gifford explains how getting an authentic detailed answer will set you on the path to success. The post The most important question to ask in local SEO appeared...

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10 Local Link Building Tips for 2016

Building links for local businesses often requires a different strategy from traditional link building. Columnist Greg Gifford offers actionable tips that you can put to use right now. The post 10 Local Link Building Tips for 2016 appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Forget Your Testimonials Page, 2016 Is The Year Of Reviews

Let's face it: Customers aren't reading your testimonials page. So what can you put in its place? Columnist Greg Gifford shares his ideas. The post Forget Your Testimonials Page, 2016 Is The Year Of Reviews appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How To Get Google Review Links After The G+ Update

The recent update separating Google Business pages from Google + has left old review links broken, but columnist Greg Gifford shares how you can generate new ones. The post How To Get Google Review Links After The G+ Update appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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