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  1. Black Friday Readiness With Search in Mind: Is Your Business Ready?

    Support real-time hour updates via paid search using sitelinks. The climbing popularity of consumer showrooming – checking prices and product information while shopping in stores, not to be mistaken with retail showrooming – the showcasing of...

  2. How Will Voice Search Change SEO for Local Stores & Global Enterprises?

    Since voice search can be more convenient, quicker, and continues to gain popularity worldwide, yes, digital marketers may have to yet again adapt some search strategies around another vertical. In 2009 the authors of "The Art of SEO" predicted an...

  3. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    The old SEO rules still apply, but new SEO best practices are evolving as apps become more and more popular and the search ecosystem splinters into myriad proprietary indexes and directories. But mobile devices have ushered in a whole new set of...

  4. Google April Fools' Pranks 2013: YouTube Closing, Google Nose, Gmail Blue & More!

    Tonight at midnight, will no longer be accepting entries," said Tom Liston, Competition Director at YouTube, said in the video above, which features many stars from viral video, and was posted hours before it officially became April 1...

  5. Local Search Listings: Most Relevant Search Results Regardless of Medium

    Local search listings now act as a business’ online anchor identity pulling in important information like website URL, reviews, photos, coupons and hours of operation. The popularity of location-based apps and social networks make it even more...

  6. 15 Search & Social Takeaways from SES Toronto 2011 #sesto

    Here are just a few search and social media highlights from the sessions, networking lunches, and after-hours events. I had the pleasure of attending Search Engine Strategies (SES) Toronto 2011, June 13 to 15, at the Hyatt Regency downtown.

  7. Google Place Search: Location Information Just Became More Critical

    Local search is growing in popularity as consumers shift from traditional phone book directories to finding products and services online. The rollout of Google's new Place Search is dramatically redrawing the search marketing landscape.