50 percent of people who did a local search on their phone went to a physical store within one day.34 percent who did their search on a computer or tablet did the same.18 percent of local mobile searches lead to a sale within one day.60 percent of American adults conduct searches for local services or product information on tablets and smartphones.50 percent of searchers on their mobile phones who conduct local searches are looking for things like a local business address.78 percent of local-based searches on a mobile device end in purchases being made offline.71 percent of people who have been surveyed have said they search for the location of a business in order to confirm its existence before going there for a first-time visit.1 in 3 searches on a smartphone was conducted just before arriving at a store.97 percent of consumers looked online for local businesses in 2017, with 12 percent looking for a local business online every day.Who Benefits from Local SEO & Why?Lawyers & … [Read more...] about What Is Local SEO & Why Local Search Is Important
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Shortly after that announcement, Oyster Hotel Reviews closed a Series A with Bain Capital and Accelerator Ventures (via TechCrunch) worth $6.4 million, to launch a start-up with his brother (Elie Seidman), Elie’s co-founder in another business, Epana, (Ariel Charytan) and fellow Microsoft Live Search engineer (Andy Laucius). The result: … [Read more...] about Former Live Search Director Launches Oyster.com, Hotel Review Site
Tyson: Yeah and one of the things that I’ve been doing for a while is within our research cloud, it is you’re able to look at just kind of like across the entire dataset, what are the websites that have increased or decreased from the previous crawl? And this is our weekly refresh. So every Sunday night, Monday morning, depending on where you’re located in the world, we do a refresh to this research cloud. And so I have just a report that goes out to myself for a few primary countries and markets, and obviously for today we’re just going to kind of focus on the U.S. market. … [Read more...] about Voices of Search Episode 36: January 2019 SEO Winners and Losers
Correlations are flawed There is a correlation that most of the population wakes up when it’s daylight, this does not mean we cause the sun to rise. Yes there is a correlation but this is not cause and effect. The same applies to social media and organic ranking. Writing awesome, popular, tweets about ‘dresses’ for example, will not allow your site to rank any higher for ‘dresses’. Neither will retweets on Twitter or Facebook Likes help you to rank. … [Read more...] about Exploring the correlation between social media and search rankings
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