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  1. Drive Your Clicks In-Store With Local Inventory Ads

    Google Places – your Google places account will need to be managed via bulk upload. Currently, if a user clicks on a local inventory ad, they are taken to a Google-hosted merchant page instead of the product-specific page of the website.

  2. Recover From Panda? Follow These 5 Steps to Avoid Future Panda Hits

    I’ve explained before that the gray area of Panda is one of the most frustrating places to sit when you are trying to recover. Google unfortunately doesn’t inform webmasters that they are being algorithmically demoted or how close they are to...

  3. Centralizing Location Data: 3 Steps to Local SEO Success

    Ensuring data consistency in all of these places will lay the groundwork to enable Google to make sense of what is going on in the local ecosystem and generally results in a strong presence for local businesses on the local and local-organic SERPs.

  4. Last-Minute SEO - Here Come the Holidays!

    You MUST protect your main domain as though you were protecting your own wallet in the middle of an open market in one of those far away places only spy novels write about. However, due to recent Google algorithm changes, if you are using any of...

  5. Wikimedia Blames ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ for Missing Links

    The result is an internet riddled with memory holes -- places where inconvenient information simply disappears. In fact, in a blog post, Wikimedia says Google has received more than 91,000 removal requests involving more than 328,000 links as of...

  6. 8 Free Must-Attend Networking Events at ClickZ Live San Francisco

    This is one of the reasons ClickZ Live places such an emphasis on networking and the San Francisco event right around the corner is no exception. On August 12, learn with Google in this dedicated all-day “classroom” with four sessions hosted by...

  7. How to Create a Social Media Friendly Landing Page

    They stop to snap a selfie in the places they find cool and interesting. Each social channel, whether it's Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter, or Google+, has it's own language and code of conduct. Community managers can create great little posts...