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Good guides gone bad: How Google’s ‘Local Guides’ program fails businesses and consumers

When Google launched Local Guides some years ago, few of us could have realized what level of impact this program would have on the local search ecosystem, and even if we had, I’d like to have thought it would be a positive one. After all, getting real-life humans to contribute their opinions and time to…
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How to See the Keywords People Use to Find Your WordPress Site

Do you want to see the keywords people use to find your WordPress website? Keywords are the phrases users type in search engines to find the content they are looking for. You would want your website to rank for the right keywords that describe what you are offering. In this guide, we will show you…
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9 Bad SEO Habits to Leave in 2019 via @mindyweinstein

As we enter a new decade, it’s time to say goodbye to some bad SEO habits. These are SEO tactics that just plain don’t work, or even worse, can get a website penalized. Below is a list of the top nine habits that need to be kicked to the curb. 1. Creating Pages with Similar…
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8 Things You Can Learn from NASCAR’s Content Marketing Strategy via @gregjarboe

You can learn a lot of important lessons about creating a successful content marketing strategy from the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR). Yes, even content marketers in other fields can learn things from NASCAR, the privately-owned company that is best known for stock-car racing. If you’re skeptical, then ask yourself, “What do…
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Recovering from a Google Core Algorithm Update with Lily Ray [PODCAST]

Podcast: Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS For episode 176 of The Search Engine Journal Show, I had the opportunity to interview Lily Ray, the SEO Director of Path Interactive. Ray, a sought-after conference speaker, talks about what to do when you’re looking to recover from a core update or a declining SEO…
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Quantitative Data Tools For UX Designers

About The Author Adonis Raduca is a freelance UX designer at Sunflower, interested in subjects like data, AI and psychology. He have many years of experience designing digital … More about Adonis … Data analysis, tools and workflow are very helpful to UX designers in a data-driven world, especially for those working on visualizations or…
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How, Where, & When to Find an App Developer for Your Business

A few years ago, I was on the myVEGAS app playing the slot machines. This is one of my favorite apps because I can play a game for free and redeem rewards like free hotel rooms and free buffets in one of my favorite places — Las Vegas. As I was getting some free spins,…
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Getting started with BigCommerce for WordPress

Being one of the top eCommerce platforms, BigCommerce lets you create an online store quickly and easily. From setting up the store to adding products and generating money through the website, this platform helps you with a myriad of tasks. This review of BigCommerce for WordPress will give you my comprehensive take on the product,…
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How to Create a WordPress Business Directory Website using WP Local Plus

Directory websites are some of the most profitable websites ever. You can create a real estate or a job directory, an event portal, a restaurant finder, a city-specific directory, or a classifieds directory. Airbnb is without a doubt a great example of a successful directory website. They use a great story to build a home…
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Facebook Expands Brand Collabs Manager to Include Instagram Creators

With influencer marketing set to remain a significant consideration in 2020, particularly on Instagram, Facebook is now looking to provide an easier, more direct way for brands and Instagram creators to collaborate on campaigns and partnerships. Last year, Facebook launched its Brand Collabs Manager tool, which is essentially a search engine for Facebook creators, in…
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