Apple has Siri, Microsoft has Cortana….and now Google has Google Home. Voice search is here….and it’s here to stay. Already, 60% of consumers are using voice search, according to the Local Search Association. The challenge for national brands that market locally is to adapt your SEO strategies to capture the unique intent behind voice searches.
Structured data -- it may sound like drab geek speak, but when local marketers learn the extent to which structured data can increase traffic, improve visibility in search, and make websites more attractive to Google, the term suddenly becomes a lot sexier. By definition, structured data refers to any data that resides in a fixed
How to Use Online Seasonal Marketing to Drive Local Sales It's critical for brands to master location-based marketing in this era of mobile-first consumers and local search. In this webinar, Rio SEO and Hallmark will present case studies and best practices on how brands and enterprises can use event marketing specifically to drive local traffic
This event has passed. View the recording here. You’ve heard the scenario: using beacon technology, a national advertiser pinpoints a consumer’s precise location in a store and serves up a highly relevant ad in response to mobile search. For digital marketers, this is the ultimate game-changer, right? There are many ways you can use beacon technologies to your advantage, but watch out–there are also some scary pitfalls you should avoid… In this webinar, Warren Raisch and Greg Sterling will share the latest insights and tactics enterprise brands are using to convert online searches to offline sales, and how brands are using beacon and other location-based technology to tap into mobile searches.
Beacons are all the rage, and why not? How fantastic is it that a national advertiser can pinpoint a consumer’s precise location inside one of their retail stores and serve up a highly relevant ad in response to their mobile searches? Oh yes, beacons have generated a lot of hype -- especially for a technology
Mobile consumers expect local businesses to deliver a fantastic user experience when they’re searching for information and interacting via their mobile device. In fact, 79% of visitors will simply leave and search for another website to complete their task if your site isn’t optimized for mobile. In our latest webinar with Digital Marketing Depot, The
Join us for our next webinar with Digital Marketing Depot! Stop struggling with desktop optimization—the real action now and in future is in mobile. According to Google, consumers overwhelmingly turn to their mobile devices (94 % of the time) when the information they seek is local. Seventy-eight percent of these mobile local searches result in an offline purchase within a few hours.