Nested Search Results: Why Google Search Results Are Displaying Indented URLs

By |2021-10-12T10:48:29-07:00October 12, 2021|Blog Posts, Local SEO|

Google is constantly testing new search features and results formats to improve the searcher experience, much in the same way that marketers are constantly testing and adjusting content to rank higher in Google’s search results. One of Google’s search results page (SERP) tweaks, specifically nested search results, caught the attention of the SEO community.  One

4 Proven Strategies to Secure the SERPs and Conquer Google Updates

By |2021-08-18T11:07:23-07:00August 18, 2021|Blog Posts, Local SEO|

Recently, we’ve seen Google make several prominent updates that impact both consumers and businesses. For consumers, Google continues to take actionable steps toward better understanding searchers’ queries and website experiences – from individual pages to the whole site, as evidenced by the recent core updates and the Page Experience update. For businesses, this can result

What Is SeekToAction Markup? Here’s What Brands Need to Know

By |2021-08-09T07:44:49-07:00August 9, 2021|Blog Posts, Local SEO|

As video content becomes increasingly important for brands in their local marketing strategy, local businesses must adopt this engagement tactic to help their searchers more easily find what they are looking for. To better help brands showcase their video efforts, a new video schema markup called SeekToAction is available. This has been in beta since

Is More Content Better for Enterprise SEO? Does Longer Content Perform Better?

By |2021-07-19T10:49:33-07:00July 19, 2021|Blog Posts, Local SEO|

You’ve probably heard a lot of conflicting information about your content strategy and how it supports search engine optimization (SEO).  Many brands are asking themselves the same questions: How long should each piece of content be? Does Google prefer more or fewer web pages per site? How often should we be publishing new content? In

Google’s June 2021 Core Update: What This Means for Enterprise Brands

By |2021-06-09T07:37:43-07:00June 9, 2021|Blog Posts, Local SEO|

A few times a year, Google rolls out core updates, which are often noticeable to businesses and can impact search rankings. These core updates aim to provide the best search experience possible, and deliver on Google’s “mission to present relevant and authoritative content to searchers”. Each time a large core update is rolled out, Google

Best Practices for Maintaining and Removing Google Posts

By |2021-03-18T11:37:37-07:00March 18, 2021|Blog Posts|

Google Posts can give your brand’s local listings an extra shot at visibility and interactivity in search results. They show up in the local panel on Google search and on Google Maps and are prominently displayed – especially on mobile devices. Local business queries grew by more than 200% in 2019, even before the impact

7 Women in SEO Share Inspirational Stories and Advice

By |2021-03-25T07:09:50-07:00March 2, 2021|Blog Posts, Local SEO|

Last year was nothing short of unpredictable. A global pandemic unexpectedly altered every aspect of our lives, protests were more common practice than ever, and long-standing issues became acceptable to debate and discuss. Both good and bad came from a largely tumultuous year, yet as we begin a new year, it’s crucial to continue those

Guide to Local Curbside Pickup Marketing for Enterprise Brands

By |2021-02-17T13:20:17-08:00February 16, 2021|Blog Posts, Local Marketing|

If you found your brand in sudden need of low-contact order fulfillment methods with the onset of COVID-19, you’re not alone. Restaurants, retailers, and other local businesses were left scrambling to establish new ways of doing business as consumers were forced out of shops, workplaces, and routines.  Curbside pickup, in particular, became an attractive option

How Search Engines Adapted to Local Marketing Changes Due to COVID-19

By |2021-01-14T06:18:29-08:00January 14, 2021|Blog Posts, Local Marketing|

We’ve all heard bold statements about how the world will never be the same following the current pandemic. And while it’s certainly true to say that the global marketplace has experienced unprecedented shifts in consumer behavior over the last year, it’s worth noting that global, of course, also entails local.  In a time characterized by