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Google Just Revolutionized GMB Posts Google Just Revolutionized GMB Posts

In an announcement from its blog on October 24th, Google announced that users can now follow businesses in the Maps app. This will allow followers to see a businesses’ latest news including events, deals, and more. This information will be readily available for users in the “For you” tab. It is unclear when this feature will be available on iOS, but it’s safe to assume it should be active soon. This is big news for existing businesses as there is now an opportunity to share information with your customers directly without using social media. Users who follow neighborhoods will also receive personalized recommendations based on their preferences. for mobile-first indexing. Though being indexed mobile-first has no ranking advantage, Google strongly encouraged webmasters to make their content mobile-friendly. Image Courtesy of Google "Places that are opening soon can create a free Business Profile that will appear to people up to 3 months in advance of opening—letting trendsetters know ...

Posted in: General by Tyler Reynolds on November 6, 2018

Mobile First Indexing Is Here! Mobile First Indexing Is Here!

On March 26th, 2018, Google announced that after a year and a half of careful experimentation and testing, they've started migrating sites that follow the best practices for mobile-first indexing. Though being indexed mobile-first has no ranking advantage, Google strongly encouraged webmasters to make their content mobile-friendly. We thought the most unfriendly thing about browsing on mobile was filling out monotonous form after form when trying to contact someone on their site or when making a purchase. The last thing a user wants to do when making a purchase is to type in line after line of personal information. The tedious process of entering every single letter and symbol when filling out an online form can even cause users to decide not to purchase. A 2017 study by Google Chrome found that disabling the autofill feature on the browser led to 25% fewer form submissions. We saw this as an opportunity to optimize user experience ...

Posted in: SEO by Tyler Reynolds on August 2, 2018

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