Webinar: ‘Advanced Onsite Local SEO Techniques’

Webinar: ‘Advanced Onsite Local SEO Techniques’

On Wednesday July 31st, we hosted the 2nd webinar in the InsideLocal webinar series – ‘Advanced Onsite Local SEO Techniques’

Mike Ramsey & Matthew Hunt shared some of their unique insights & advice for building local business websites which balance good SEO practice, conversion and design.

You can view & download the slidedeck used in in the webinar here – view webinar slidedeck.

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Our Expert Panelists

Mike Ramsey mike ramsey

Mike is heavily involved with Local Search Marketing & spends the majority of his time learning and speaking about how consumers use the internet to find local businesses. As the President of Nifty Marketing, a local search marketing company in Idaho, Mike also takes part in the annual Local Search Ranking Factors study. Follow Mike on Twitter & G+.

Matthew Hunt matthew hunt

Matthew ran Small Business Online Coach before completing a merger to now become COO at Powered by Search. As an entrepreneur, growth hacker, and self-confessed internet marketing addict, Matthew has a proven record of implementing local search marketing strategies for small businesses. Follow Matthew on Twitter & G+.

About this Webinar

  • Essential landing page elements
  • Managing multi-location websites
  • Critical local search signals
  • Getting best from schema.org
  • Conversion tactics
  • Google Authorship
  • Managing content post ‘Panda’
Time & Date:
  • Wednesday 31 July 2013
  • 90 mins

About InsideLocal Webinar Series

BrightLocal & the Local Search Forum have teamed up to deliver an exciting series of local search focused webinars. The ‘InsideLocal’ webinar series explores the most important, most topical & most exciting areas of local search marketing.

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3 thoughts on “Webinar: ‘Advanced Onsite Local SEO Techniques’”

  1. Hey Guys/Gals, any chance you might post the recording of this webinar. I very much wanted to attend but couldn’t make it. Just thought I might ask. Forgive me if you’ve already answered this question elsewhere.

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