Location Data + Reviews: The 1–2 Punch of Local SEO (Updated for 2020)

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Posted by MiriamEllis Get found. Get chosen. It’s the local SEO two-step at the heart of every campaign. It’s the 1-2 punch combo that hinges on a balance of visible, accurate contact data, and a volunteer salesforce of consumer reviewers who are supporting your rise to local prominence. But here’s the thing: while managed location...

The State of Local SEO: Experts Weigh in on Industry-Specific Tactics

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Posted by MiriamEllis The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the way we engage with local businesses. We’re ordering more food for delivery, spending more money in online shops, and checking for safety measures on the web listings of businesses of all kinds. But what do these new trends mean for the ways businesses market themselves online?...

How To Focus Your SEO Strategy: A Quick Guide for Businesses New to Online Optimization

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Posted by AnnaleisMontgomery With businesses making the move to serve their customers primarily online and the footfall of customers in physical stores dropping dramatically, the value of SEO has been rediscovered. Businesses are now paying closer attention to their online experience and how they can compete on the internet. This post will offer a guide...

Identifying Advanced GSC Search Performance Patterns (and What to Do About Them)

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Posted by izzismith Google Search Console is by far the most used device in the SEO’s toolkit. Not only does it provide us with the closest understanding we can have of Googlebot’s behavior and perception of our domain properties (in terms of indexability, site usability, and more), but it also allows us to assess the...

Google Advertising Adds a 2% Tax: Budgeting For the New UK Digital Services Tax

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Advertisers on the Google UK platform will pay an additional 2% levy on top of their advertising spend effective 1st November 2020. The new UK Digital Services Tax is a charge on revenues made by businesses that provide social media services, search engine, or online marketplaces to UK-based users. The intention is to capture revenue...

Reporting on Ranking Changes with STAT’s Google Data Studio Connectors

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Posted by ipfister Since Moz released the new Google Data Studio Connectors for STAT, you might be wondering how to best implement them for your reporting strategy. My colleagues at Path Interactive and I absolutely love how granular you can get with your reports in STAT, and finally having the ability to cleanly and effectively pull those...

Proximity Third: A Deeper Dive into a Local Ranking Factors Surprise

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Posted by MiriamEllis Image credit: J.B. Hill What’s the good of a survey if it doesn’t result in at least a few surprises? I know my own eyebrows leapt skyward when the data first came in from the Moz State of the Local SEO Industry 2020 Survey and I saw that, in a break with...

Introducing the Moz API for Google Sheets

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Posted by DaveSottimano We’ve officially released the Moz API for Google Sheets and want to take you on a quick feature tour. This Google Sheets add-on allows users to gather Moz URL metrics easily without using code directly in a Google Sheet and provides a few extra functions to help you manipulate data. In the...