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Local SEO Course – Local Search #63 – Why Links Still Rule

Local Marketing Industry Weekly Update – #63 – July 10, 2013

Weekly Update Overview

-Google’s Matt Cutts On Why Links Still Rule & How SEOs Go Wrong In Getting Them
-SEOs Say Links Rule Now, Content & Authorship Will Rule Later, In Moz 2013 Ranking Survey
-50 Percent Of Companies Struggling With SEO Aren’t Integrating Social Media [Survey]
-Google: Guest Blogging For Links? You Better Nofollow Those Links

Weekly Tips Overview

Local Business Tip Last Week – 7 Things We Should Never Ever Do In Link Building Again
Local Business Tip This week – What does “Focus on content for the user and not link building really mean, when I’m suppose to get links” really mean?
Agency Tip last week – Technology behind making your content easily shared
Agency Tip this week – Unorthodox link building strategies for a Local Business

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.

2 Comments Published

Cliff Calderwood / 15 July 2013 / Reply

I subscribe through iTunes and there always seem to be a delay between the video here and the same podcast appearing in iTunes. No big deal I just wondered if you knew why? I like to listen to it as a podcast while commuting but realize I don’t get benefit of what you can show in video.


Ryan Smith / 22 July 2013 / Reply

Hi Cliff, always great to hear from you. You are correct that there is a bit of a delay in getting the podcast up on iTunes. In our process we first load the video to YouTube and then make an audio only version to post on iTunes. This is an additional step so sometimes it takes a little longer than the original YouTube post. We are working to shorten the delay time as many of our listeners do prefer to listen to iTunes podcast version. Thanks for the feedback!

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