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5 Local Internet Marketing Tips

Posted By: OrangeSoda

Blog, Geto Target, google, Google Places, local marketing, social media

Participating in local Internet marketing is one of the best ways to capture traffic from your target audience. In fact, studies show that nearly 31% of people are turning to the Internet to search for products and services. Local Internet marketing is just one more way to help guide those consumers to your business, which…

Google Places Review Update

Posted By: OrangeSoda

google, google news, Google Places, Google Places for Businesses, online reviews, positive reviews, Review

Google made an announcement last week that positively affects any thriving business. They announced that they are now accepting requests to move your business reviews from one listing to another. If you are part of a growing company, chances are you experience a lot of change. For example, your company may experience a change in…

Google Places begins march to Google+

Posted By: OrangeSoda

google, google maps, google news, Google Places

Yesterday Google announced the first steps towards a merger between Google Places (Maps listings), and Google+. When Google launched Google+, many people (incorrectly) assumed it was a stand-alone competitor to Facebook. Instead, Google+ is a radical shift for how Google does everything. One year ago, Larry Page (Google CEO)┬áreorganized Google and tied all employee bonuses…

Local Search Keyword Ranking Results: One Experience

Posted By: OrangeSoda

google maps, Google Places, keyword rankings, local business SEO, Local Maps, local search

There has already been a lot of conversation in the SEO industry about how various keyword rankings have increased or lowered on Google for local results, so I won’t rehash that too much here. However, I did want to share my experience with one of my locally based business websites and one of my “national”…