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Local SEO

On each category you can set a Category template style, a Top post style (grids) and a module type for article listing. Also each top post style (grids) have 5 different look style. You can mix them to create a beautiful and unique category page.

Why Businesses Can’t Ignore Google AMP Stories

The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project was launched by Google in February of 2016 with the goal of putting mobile performance above everything else on the web. And Google definitely met their goal. AMP...

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You’ve read the books. You’ve watched the videos. You’re convinced that you belong in marketing. Now, all you have to do is put that resume out there and wait, right? Unfortunately, that won’t cut it...
NEW: Foursquare Brings Faster, More Cost-effective Data Aggregator Submissions

NEW: Foursquare Brings Faster, More Cost-effective Data Aggregator Submissions

Today we’re announcing a change to the data aggregators offered through our Citation Builder service. As you might know,...
Local Search Clinic with Dan Leibson [BrightLocal Webinar]

Local Search Clinic with Dan Leibson [BrightLocal Webinar]

Welcome to Local Search Clinic! Each week BrightLocal CEO Myles Anderson...
82% of consumers read online reviews for local businesses

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As marketers, we understand how crucial a positive online reputation is, but, we know it can be a...
NAP Consistency: Why It's Important for Local SEO

What Is NAP Consistency & Why Is It Important for Local SEO?

There are a ton of acronyms floating about in the world of digital marketing. You’ve got CRO, CTA, SERP and NAP to name but a few. NAP is one that we hear a lot...
NEW: Build a Comprehensive Local Marketing Report in Just 5 Minutes

NEW: Build a Comprehensive Local Marketing Report in Just 5 Minutes

How much time do you spend setting up marketing reports for a client or for your business? A couple...

Why Businesses Can’t Ignore Google AMP Stories

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