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Local Search Marketing Optimization – Local Marketing Weekly Update #87

Weekly Update Overview

-How to Find, Assess, and Hire the Modern Marketer

-6 Major Google Changes Reveal the Future of SEO

-Just Say No To SEO (Sometimes)

-Preparing For The Link Apocalypse That May Or May Not Be Coming

 

Weekly Tips Overview  

Local Business Tip week – A Simple Link (exposure) strategy for a Local Business

Agency Tip this week – Effective PR Marketing (for Link Building & Exposure)

 

What’s Going on in the Member Facebook Group

Many new members

Discussion about video pricing for an agency

Discussion about 3 Pillars of Local from FORBES

 

What’s Working Now in my Agency

Focus on Public Relations with clients for 2014

 

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Scott Gallagher is a founding faculty member of Local Marketing Source and owner of WON Marketing, Inc. For over 14 years Scott has provided consulting and online marketing services to hundreds of businesses.

One Comment Published

Nobelin / 30 December 2015 / Reply

I love the non-traditional approach. It spkeas to Instructure’s culture of thinking and doing things differently. As others have, I’d also caution to hold back on providing any details of security-related issues until after they are patched. Because Canvas is delivered SaaS, it will be very easy to update everyone together.Blackboard differs in that some clients are hosted, others are on-premise, and every client chooses to upgrade/patch on a timeline that each individually sees fit. As such, Blackboard controls less of the complete end-to-end experience, except for hosted clients where it is possible to address issues by patching en-masse or via an Intrusion Detection System or firewall rule. I, personally, am in favor of working towards some sort of industry best practices document. Is there an organization that everyone can partner with to facilitate such an effort? It seems we’d want everyone involved D2L, Moodle, and Sakai too.

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