How to Find Bloggers in Your Niche

by Shane Jones October 1st, 2012

In order to have a successful presence on the web, you need to find others who share your interests, views, values, and goals. Whatever topic you happen to blog about, there are probably hundreds of other people blogging on the same topic and over a hundred fifty million blogs on other topics. That means there are plenty of bloggers ready for discovery in your own niche, but also that it can be enormously difficult to find them.

Uncovering and Expanding Your Local Search Presence

by Mike Wilton September 21st, 2012

Uncover existing opportunities for your local business and help outline how to expand from there.

Depending upon your local business goals, Pinterest can be a great way to build your customer engagement. However, like with other social media platforms, its important to understand the nuances of the audience on Pinterest and craft content which will resonate with that group. The following are seven steps your local business should take to [...]

Local Business Owners – Protect Your Domain Name!

by Chris Marentis August 21st, 2012

This is IMPORTANT. The following story is a real life example as to why (and the inspiration for this post).

As Google strives to provide the most relevant search results, it is only natural that geo targeting is becoming more and more important each day. Here is how to optimize the geo targeting of a single-region site and how to effectively geo target multi-regional sites. Single-Region Site The following is a brief look at geo [...]

How To Get Reviews And Improve Local Ranking With Google+ Local

by Alexander Zagoumenov August 14th, 2012

There are few things that can contribute to your rankings if you run a local business including profiles on major local networks such as Google+ Local, Yelp and UrbanSpoon (if you're a local food vendor). This post is designed to help you sort confusion caused by recent actions from Google and improve using new Google+ Local profile.

Given the right size of city, you may have to be very specific in your SEO and target your neighbourhood specifically.

For the modern SEO, it all boils down to understanding the small business and their needs and then giving them the options to help them decide what strategy will work out best for them long term.

Top Google Ranking Factors When It Comes To Local

by Chris Marentis August 6th, 2012

What factors influence a high page rank in Google Places/Local?

Statistics prove that a blog is one of the tops social media tools to generate traffic and boost sales for your local business.