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Google has officially rolled out the Google My Business Posts feature to all businesses on GMB. Check out the advantages and get ideas for posting directly to Google.
Domain Scams are still alive & well in 2017.
We’ve heard recently from two clients who got hit with a Domain Slamming scheme. When we wrote this article several years ago, the bulk of the Domain Scams arrived via regular mail. Now they arrive via email and even social media.
Learn what you need to know to avoid falling victim to this scam.
Your home-based local business will often appear in Google My Business listings with a Street View image of your house if your address is not hidden.
An accurate, well-optimized Google My Business listing plays a very important role in Local SEO, but it may look strange to have an image of your house pop up associated with your business in search results.
However, there are some important things to consider before removing it.
If you have a local storefront or service-area, or your business is geographically-based in some way, then you should be investing in Local SEO.
In this post, we’ll cover the basics and give you some important next-steps you should do.
There are many ways to set Open Graph Tags in WordPress, but following is a list of some of the popular plugin options that help in setting Open Graph tags in a WordPress website.
More competitors now start with a good foundation of on-page search engine-optimization. Learn about simple yet advanced SEO strategies to help you improve your SEO and stay competitive.
Why is My Facebook Share Image Wrong?
…and how to fix it.
If a URL has previously been shared on Facebook (by anyone, anywhere), Facebook “remembers” the information associated with that URL (like the image, title and description) even if it’s wrong or a completely blank image.