SEO's are going to start paying attention to Apple. Here's why: Apple has become a both a major local search platform and now with the launch of iOS 9 a major search engine. With Local Search, it's almost as if Apple assembled all of the building blocks in plain sight (Apple Maps, MapsConnect, iBeacons, ApplePay, Apple Watch, etc.) and they have coalesced over the past year into a source of local search traffic that can't be ignored.
Yext’s latest webinar, How iOS 9 Will Impact Local Search, gives a detailed look into the changes iOS 9 is instituting in mobile search and why marketers need to be paying close attention.
Yext is hosting a webinar, How iOS 9 Will Impact Local Search, on Thursday, August 27 at 2pm ET, to break down iOS 9’s changes to mobile search and how brands can prepare for this shift, including an inside look into Screens, Yext’s newest product feature that helps brands optimize their app content for the new operating system.
Next month's release of iOS 9 is going to fundamentally change mobile search as we know it. Will your brand be ready? Yext’s new whitepaper, "Optimizing Local Search for iOS 9," written by Andrew Shotland of Local SEO Guide, explains exactly what's changing in local search and what brands need to know to be on top.
Yext today announced the launch of three new local app features - Screens, Screens Store Locator, and Screens reporting - which create a location layer for a brand's app to help businesses optimize for iOS9's new local search initiative and drive more mobile device users through their front door.