"Google began 2016 by firing a proverbial shot across the bow of the desktop SEO ship. But never fear, the organic search ship is not sunk yet. It may need a few repairs and enhancements, but it’s still a sea-worthy vessel." iProspect's Head of Owned Media, Steve Beatty, gives his perspective on how Google's removal of right rail paid search ads on desktop browsers is impacting millions in the local search community, including advertisers, agencies, experts, and SEOs alike.
Naturally, in the world of local information and discovery, there will be a continuous evolution of tools and data sets that help digital marketers and brands reach their audience. When I think about the growth we've seen recently in mobile technology and the spend migration to mobile by brands, agencies, and platforms, it’s obvious that mobile and local usage will continue to increase massively.
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.
Yext conducted an online survey of 103 consumers to gauge how they make decisions about where to go to eat, and what that means for restaurants trying to get found online.
Our recent whitepaper, “The Guide to Digital Presence Management,” explores the fragmentation of the local search market, the complex problems this creates for both business […]