5 Revealing New Local Pack Click Through Rate Studies

Posted on August 11th, by Mike Ramsey in Local Search. Comments Off on 5 Revealing New Local Pack Click Through Rate Studies

5 Revealing New Local Pack Click Through Rate Studies Reports of a massive change to the design of local search results in the serps started to surface around August 6th worldwide. Of course I was at a family reunion in the mountains of Idaho…. So I came home to the usual social media storm that usually […]


Are Local Landing Pages Really Doorway Pages?

Posted on March 27th, by Nifty Lance in Local Search, Random, SEO, Spam. 6 comments

Are Local Landing Pages Really Doorway Pages? This is an old question. In fact, during my research for this blog, I found people asking this question all the back in 2009 (which is 150 years ago in Internet time). But with the new guidelines Google released on March 16th, it seems interest in this question […]



Local Content + Scale + Creativity = Awesome

Posted on February 7th, by Mike Ramsey in Content, Random. Comments Off on Local Content + Scale + Creativity = Awesome

Local Content + Scale + Creativity = Awesome This is my presentation about local content strategy.


SEO at Christmas

Posted on December 15th, by Jami Heward in Blog, Link Building, SEO, Social Media. Comments Off on SEO at Christmas

Are you taking advantage during the holiday season? The Holiday season is an important time to make sure you’re doing what you need to be doing on your website in order to direct traffic to your website. Here are a few tips to help you take full advantage of the holidays using SEO tactics. Tip […]


Click Study Test: The New Google Local Stack

Posted on December 3rd, by Mike Ramsey in Local Search. 9 comments

Click Study Test: The New Google Local Stack Now that the local search industry has decided what to call the newly replaced local carousel results  (Local Stack has a heavy lead) I thought it was high time we ran some tests through Usability Hub. First Study: “Salt Lake City Hotel” Question Asked: Imagine you need […]