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Does Your ccTLD Make a Difference for Rankings?

[fa icon="calendar'] / by Tanya Wigmore posted in SEO, Ecommerce, Local Search

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Yes. In some cases, having a country specific top level domain (your "country code top-level domain", or ccTLD) of the country you are targeting can significantly increase your search engine rankings in that country.

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Improving your Website for International Clients

[fa icon="calendar'] / by Smita Avanindra posted in Local Search, Content Marketing

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Expanding your business to an international audience is a great opportunity to help you increase growth potential. Interacting with an audience that is part of a different culture or in a different location that your existing market can be both exciting and challenging, so we’ve put together a list of what you need to do to make sure your website is ready for international clients.

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Google My Business Posts, Direct Messages & Automatic Bookings

[fa icon="calendar'] / by Tanya Wigmore posted in SEO, Local Search, Google My Business

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Google My Business has rolled out a few new features over the past few weeks so we’ve put together a roundup of some of the tools that are poised to make an impact on your business.

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Designing a Good Contact Page for Medical Websites

[fa icon="calendar'] / by Tanya Wigmore posted in SEO, Local Search, Mobile Marketing, Medical Marketing

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Does your medical clinic have a mobile website? Not just a site that shows up on a phone, but a solid mobile optimized website that allows for easy navigation? It should. Mobile website use is on the rise and you need to make sure that your clinic’s website meets your patient’s expectations.

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Google Maps is Used More Than Apple Maps

[fa icon="calendar'] / by Tanya Wigmore posted in Local Search, Mobile Marketing

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In a recent study by Fluent has found that Google Maps is the favorite mapping app for both iPhone and Android users with nearly 70% of the market share. Apple maps is reportedly only used by 13% of iPhone users. 

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