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Minutive, Vol. 4: Local SEO Myths, Chatbots, a Digitally-Savvy Politician, and More

No. 2324 • May 7th, 2016 • No Comments

…and we’re back. After a couple weeks of R&R, I’m diving back into the deep end this week with the most interesting stories that popped up while I was on vacation. The 9 Most Common Local SEO Myths, Dispelled BY JOY HAWKINS A punchy, spot-on, well-prioritized roundup from one of the rising stars of the local […]

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Minutive, Vol. 3: The future of Local Search, a Phenomenal Content Resource, and More

No. 2322 • April 10th, 2016 • No Comments

Welcome to the third edition of Minutive. Without further ado, here are my favorite articles from the previous week, generally at the intersection of small businesses, technology, and marketing. Note: I’ll be taking the next three weeks off for vacation, so the next issue may take slightly longer than 60 seconds to read. 🙂 “Does everything […]

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Minutive, Vol. 2: Amazon Echo, Here, LinkedIn and More

No. 2320 • April 2nd, 2016 • No Comments

Welcome to the second edition of Minutive. Minutive is my new experimental newsletter highlighting my favorite articles from the previous week, generally at the intersection of small businesses, technology, and marketing. I’ll try to keep it short enough for you to browse/skim/digest in under 60 seconds. Thanks for signing up! Amazon’s end goal for the Echo is letting […]

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Minutive, Vol. 1

No. 2318 • March 26th, 2016 • No Comments

Welcome to the first edition of Minutive. Minutive is my new experimental newsletter highlighting my favorite articles from the previous week, generally at the intersection of small businesses, technology, and marketing. I’ll try to keep it short enough for you to browse/skim/digest in under 60 seconds. Thanks for signing up! Why We Should Fear a Cashless World BY […]

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Back in the Saddle*

No. 2175 • January 11th, 2016 • 23 Comments

*Kinda.   After three years at the company, I decided to leave Moz at the end of 2015. Moz was basically my first real job ever.  I’d had a couple of short stints at small companies in the Bay Area back in the mid-2000’s, but nothing like working at a venture-backed startup with over 200 employees.  The company […]

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GetListed.org (and Yours Truly) Is Joining Forces with SEOmoz

No. 1726 • December 4th, 2012 • 63 Comments

Hopefully the headline says it all, but if you want the official details, please head on over and read the official release. Needless to say, as a full-time employee of SEOmoz, I won’t be taking on client work for the foreseeable future :).  Going forward, I’ll be blogging almost exclusively on the SEOmoz blog, so if you’re […]

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Two Conferences in the Same Week

No. 1724 • November 28th, 2012 • No Comments

Hope you all had a terrific Thanksgiving holiday.  Sorry for the lack of posting recently, it’s been quite the busy fall 🙂 Just a quick note to say that I’ll be at BOTH Blueglass X Tampa and BIA/Kelsey ILM West (Los Angeles) next week.  (I’ll be flying directly from Tampa to LA.) If you’re going […]

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The Apple Maps Ecosystem

No. 1716 • September 25th, 2012 • 13 Comments

I was so excited by my sneak preview of Mat Siltala‘s “Yelp and Siri Optimization” presentation for Local University Advanced at SMX East today that I was inspired to put this infographic together.  Incidentally, we are down to only five seats remaining for that session, so if you have been on the fence, today’s a […]

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Syncing Your Google Plus and +Local Pages: Plusses and Minuses

No. 1577 • September 17th, 2012 • 51 Comments

I’m not necessarily saying anyone should do this right now, as the implications of syncing / switching over completely to a Google +Local page are still unclear.  But, since I have virtually stopped taking on new clients for my consulting business in order to focus the vast majority of my time on GetListed, I decided to […]

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Local Search Ecosystem: Fall 2012 Update

No. 1593 • August 29th, 2012 • 31 Comments

Obviously this space changes pretty quickly…all that work I put into updating this graphic earlier in the Spring had a gaping hole in it by the time summer rolled around, thanks to the impending arrival of Apple Maps.  Whether Apple knows what it’s getting into with Local remains to be seen…hopefully they’ve got a pretty flexible database […]

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