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Local SEO Basics – Local Marketing Industry Update #74 – Review Determine Rankings

Weekly Update Overview – September 18, 2013

Local Marketing Industry Weekly Update – #74 – September 25, 2013

This week’s agenda:
-Google Becoming Slightly More Transparent About Nuking Reviews
-NY State AG Brings Down the Hammer on Fake Reviews (Again)
-Study: 61 Percent Of Mobile Callers Ready To Convert
-Study: Google Reviews Determine Local Carousel Rankings

The Local Marketing Industry Weekly Update, presented by Scott Gallagher. Scott is the co-founder of Local Marketing Source and has become the recognized expert in providing local marketing services to local businesses.

Weekly Tips Overview  

Local Business Tip This week – Customer Segmentation
Agency Tip this week – Taking a customer segment to create profile traits to create content

The Local Marketing Industry Weekly Update, presented by Scott Gallagher. Scott is the co-founder of Local Marketing Source and has become the recognized expert in providing local marketing services to local businesses.

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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.

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