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Google Now Showing Competitor Ads On Local Business Profiles

Google has been ramping up local search monetization over time. Local search ads was introduced in 2017, which made ads show up in local packs. Two years ago, ads were put in local Knowledge Panels about two years ago. But now, the company is beginning to show competitor ads in local business profiles. The ads, [...]

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What Is ‘Google Screened’ And How Does It Differ From ‘Google Guaranteed’?

A few years ago, Google Guaranteed was introduced in order to help boost consumer confidence in-home services providers appearing in local Services Ads. This year, the company introduced another program for professional services, called “Google Screened.” Currently, Google Screened is a test program that is limited to only a few verticals in a few markets: [...]

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Greg Gifford Discusses Google Posts, Google Q&A And Local SEO

In this video, Barry Schwartz spoke with Greg Gifford from Wikimotive, who was in the local SEO scene since its infancy and has a specialty in both local and automotive SEO. Greg, who is active on Twitter as @GregGifford, shares nuggets of information at conferences and throughout his normal work day. Barry and Greg's talk focused [...]

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FTC Smacks Down Anti-Review ‘Non-Disparagement Clauses’ In Form Contracts

There are several studies going around that show how important reviews are to a consumer's decision-making when it comes to making purchases. In order to protect the integrity of online reviews, Congress passed The Consumer Review Fairness Act (CRFA) in 2016. This was largely modeled on an earlier California law. The intention of CRFA was to “prohibit the [...]

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Google My Business Adds Bulk Review Management

Google has add the ability for users to see reviews across multiple listings on a single page. These can be seen within Google My Business reviews section at Google made the announcement over here saying “Businesses can view reviews for multiple listings at once. With bulk reviews, you’ll be able to view, reply to, and flag reviews for [...]

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Hotels Can Now Add Services, Amenities In Google My Business

Google My Business has added support for hotels to login to Google My Business and update the hotel's services and amenities details. Users are able to add these details under the hotel attributes of the Google My Business console. Sign in to Google My Business.If you have multiple locations, open the location you’d like to manage.Click Info.Next [...]

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Reservations, AR Navigation Coming To Google Maps

Soon, Google Maps users will be able to view their flights and hotel reservations directly from the mobile app, and even use augmented reality to direct them as the travel on foot. These features are part of Google’s expanded Maps offerings aimed at travelers. Reservations have a dedicated section in the Google Maps app. Image: Google [...]

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