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Study Finds Nearly Half of Business Listings Have Incorrect Information

A study of online business listings finds that nearly half are missing crucial pieces of information. Uberall, a leader in location marketing technology, analyzed 73,000 online business location listings across SMB, mid-market, and enterprise. The study measures voice search readiness. In compiling data about voice search, Uberall’s study contains an interesting chapter identifying areas where […]

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Study Shows AMP Can Lead to Increase in Organic Search Traffic

A study on the impact of accelerated mobile pages (AMP) on search performance shows a positive correlation between AMP and organic traffic. Stone Temple and WompMobile collaborated on what they say is the first comprehensive, large-scale study of AMP. The study examines the performance of 26 web domains and more than 9-million AMP pages. Results […]

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New Study Shows How Much SEO Professionals Are Earning Per Year

A recent study on the local search industry reveals how much the average SEO professional earns in a year, and what they bill per hour. Data is based on responses from 650 local marketers and collected by Bright Local in its seventh annual report. Participants in the study include a range of agencies, local businesses, […]

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Hit by the Medic Update? Here’s How to Recover (A Practical Case Study)

Google makes several updates to its search engine ranking algorithm every day. Some of Google’s updates come and go, without any real notice. Other updates go live, only to be rolled back several weeks later. And some, become infamous. Caffeine. Penguin. Panda. Mention these updates to any SEO and their expression will tell you how […]

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Social Media Surpasses Traditional Newspapers as a Primary News Source [STUDY]

For the first time, more US adults are saying they regularly get news from social media compared to newspapers. In a study from Pew Research Center, 20 percent of US adults say they often get their news from social media, while 16 percent turn to newspapers. That means social media is now the fourth most […]

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Google Shows Personalized Search Results When Logged Out, According to New Study

Google still personalizes search results even when users are logged out or in private browsing mode, according to a study from DuckDuckGo. It’s commonly known that Google personalizes search results while users are logged in based on their account information and browsing history. However, this new study concludes that it’s not possible to use Google […]

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