Here’s a cool tool for businesses to track their local search engine ranking. The Local Search Rank Checker is developed by BrightLocal.com. Using this web-based tool, you can check and track your local search engines ranking, for instance, on Google Places or Yahoo! Local and also your main, organic rankings on Google, Yahoo! and Bing.
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Archive for April, 2011
Last week I wrote a post on The Top 10 Things to Consider When Searching for a Professional SEO Company, useful information when you are searching for a quality internet marketing company. However, the next step in the process, preparing for the consultation, is just as important.
So where do you begin?
As the old cliché goes, “You can’t know where you are going until you know where you’ve been.” Meaning: Look at what your website is currently doing for search engine optimization. Namely:
Used to be that we could go out there and hunt down new leads and customers with a measured precision. We found a message that worked, found a medium that reached the right folks, tested, measured, refined and bingo – turn on the tap to growth.
And then a couple of things happened. Our prospects developed tools wise enough to block and ignore messages, social media platforms turned the equation into a dialogue vs. a monologue, and the worst recession in years crippled our prospect’s confidence.
Table of contents for SAS Executive Global Forum 2011
- Some announcements from SAS Global Forum
- Leveraging customer data to drive business decisions
- Identifying your company’s hidden potential
- SAS Executive Viewpoint from Jim Goodnight