The launch of iOS 9 promises to fundamentally change local search as we know it. Apple’s new operating system will integrate mobile app content into search results for the first time, offering marketers an unprecedented opportunity to engage customers with the local content they need. This is going to cause a dramatic shift in the way brands interact with customers in the local space, and brands must keep up with the changes in order to stay ahead of the competition.
Yext is hosting a webinar, How iOS 9 Will Impact Local Search, 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. The webinar, which takes place on Thursday, August 27 at 2pm Eastern, will be co-hosted by Andrew Shotland, Local SEO Guide, and Yext’s CMO, Jeff Rohrs, and VP of Product Management, Jonathan Kennell.
This webinar will cover everything you need to know about iOS 9:
- Key components of iOS 9’s changes to the mobile search process
- How these developments will impact the search ecosystem
- How to prepare your brand for these coming changes
Click here to register. Look forward to seeing you there!
About the Presenters:
Andrew Shotland is the proprietor of LocalSEOGuide.com, the search engine optimization and marketing resource for all companies interested in local search. He is an expert in all things Local SEO. You can find him on Twitter @localseoguide.
Jeff Rohrs is the CMO of Yext, the leader in Digital Location Management. He is also the author of Audience: Marketing in the Age of Subscribers, Fans and Followers, which was named the #1 social media marketing book by The Social Content Marketing Blog. You can follow him on Twitter @jkrohrs.
Jonathan Kennell is the VP of Product Management at Yext. He has been a featured speaker at the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship, the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, and various colleges and universities around the United States.