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1 year, 6 months ago on ASC and You Shall Receive
@mrupp44 Thanks for reading and your comments! Can you share your website's resource page? We'd love to see your resource list and share it!
1 year, 7 months ago on Let’s Get Personal: Google+ Opens Big Doors for Small Business
@JustinKamp Thanks! Glad to hear our advice was helpful!
1 year, 8 months ago on Five Reasons to Add a Content Budget to Your SEO Campaign
@JHTScherck Agreed, JH, losing the organic data has thrown a wrench into things, and really, with mobile users increasing it could only get worse. I found this post (www.rimmkaufman.com/blog/estimating-google-organic-search-visits-hidden-by-ios-6/17122012/) to be quite helpful for estimating the impact of that lost data and providing work-arounds.
1 year, 8 months ago on Determining Your Mobile SEO Strategy
This is why Orbit rocks! Congrats guys! ^gz
1 year, 10 months ago on Why Orbit Became a Certified B Corporation…
@rainbowclaire yeah, it's a little scary actually. The difference is that PR people tend to have a better reputation than seo's. If a PR person contacts you about a news story or an article it's seen as a good thing, if an SEO contacts you he/she is just trying to get a link. SEO's are the used car dealers of marketing :-).
1 year, 10 months ago on Five Reasons to Add a Content Budget to Your SEO Campaign
@JoeCardillo yeah, the filter bubble exists but I'm not sure as a marketer that you have any choice. If you ignore authorship and/or don't use it, you're missing out on potentially more traffic and a good personal branding opportunity. Google has been tinkering with their search results since they started and personally, I don't think search results are THAT different for the most part except for geo based searches.
@ginidietrich Yep, i agree Gini. Google does love it when you add fresh content to your site on a consistent basis. Although, you can also have a really great guide or resource that gets new links on a consistent basis because it is extremely useful. If your site gets new links that is also another sign of freshness.
@barrettoms Street view was added in 2007 in select cities, so that's nothing new, and the ability to do a virtual tour inside a building came in 2009, but the ability to do a virtual tour in the new format using Google approved photographers was only added within the last few years and only to a select few cities. Only recently in early 2012 was it taken off the pilot program and released on a national level. It has now been integrated into the Google +Local pages and using the approved photographers is the only way that it can be done, whereas other means were available at the beginning using Google Earth, Picasa and a few other workarounds.
1 year, 11 months ago on Utilizing Virtual Tours on Google +Local
@CollinTate Thanks Collin! Hope the rest of your travels went smoothly.
2 years ago on 388 Tips, Takeaways, Tweets and Quotes from SearchLove Boston 2012
@Ryan Glass Thanks Ryan, nice meeting you during our friendly game as well!
@alessandrahlee Thanks Alessandra! Great to meet you at SearchLove!