Tag Archives: Local SEO

Using the Bing (Microsoft) Ad Location Tool to Check Microsoft / Bing Local SEO

Bing (https://www.bing.com/) sucks; OK, I said it. It is allegedly the #2 Search Engine on the Internet (though I would argue that Amazon and YouTube are far more important “search engines.”) But still, some people use Bing – like Grandma, Grandpa, people who don’t like Google, and two people on some distant desert island who have bad WiFi. Continue reading

How to Track Your Local Rank on Google: Local Rank Tracking Tools & Tips

People often ask, ‘How do I track my rank on Google?’ The answer isn’t easy. Fortunately, there are a few good tools and tips that can help you. In this video, I am going to show you how to use a few rank checker tools with a focus on “local rank checking” on Google, that is “Local SEO” and rank issues. Let’s get started! Continue reading

Serious Humor: Digital Marketing Made Easy and Fun – 23 September 2019


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Reviews Go Bye Bye –

Bye, bye reviews as Google cracks down on review stars on Google search results. Review stars show up in search results for categories like recipes. Continue reading

LocalU Review: Review of LocalU (Advanced), Some Notes and Random Thoughts

I’m back from beautiful Santa Monica, California, where there was the one-day intensive “Local U” Advanced. I like to fancy myself as “Advanced,” though so often I find it’s the basics that matter, especially (but not only) with Local SEO. Here are some random musings about what I learned at LocalU (in no particular order). Continue reading

The Latest in Customer from Hell: Being ‘Outrageously Famous’ as a Prankster on YouTube #LocalBusiness

For any local business, there’s the problem of what I call the ‘customer from hell.’ This is the person, the unhappy camper, who hates your business so much, they trash you on Yelp, they write a nasty review on Google, or perhaps they create a YouTube video of how much they hate you and how you’re the worst thing to hit planet earth since ‘unsliced’ bread. Continue reading