google is calling . . .

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« My Indian amigos: As a product of this series of google-my-business posts I am making progress noted by two expected Indian local listings. I have a sense that my posts in my Indian fb group are getting some attention, so let me give you another reason to ping in my direction to advance this conversation. Everyone knows the history of search includes dark years. This period was characterized by sites achieving high ranking for all the wrong reasons. An iconic example of this period was SEO pros populating websites with single keywords repeated thousands of times, which made it more likely for searchers to find those sites, but those sites were usually off target. Once Google decided to kill the manipulative games the next phase of search was beginning. By killing the manipulative games google cleared the way for higher-quality search, but for the very-near local merchant to rank high the local merchant must do something. Local merchants getting high ranking when it’s warranted partially depends on local merchants. Please amigos if you have additional interest in this subject research google my business. What I expect you’ll find is what I found: google is calling for local search to be better. Google is calling on local merchants to help them make local search better. Google my business makes hosting fees and web design optional, and allows people like me without a good website and without an SEO pro to get targeted phone calls. In addition to google allowing people like me to shortcut the traditional website-SEO method google offers google my business for free. Google is calling to local merchants with google my business saying, “We’ve removed the excuses, so please get your business listed”. I have followed google’s instructions for more than three listings, and I am eager to do more . . . digame, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us


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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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