Local Search Best Practices

Kevin Newcomb at Search Engine Watch points to Michael Gray’s blog, where Gray has just begun a kind of all-star line-up of interviews on “local search tips, tricks and secrets” with some industry leading practitioners.

These are in-depth discussions and most will be worth taking a look at. Here’s the roster. He has already completed the first four:

Aaron Wall – Local Search Interview Dean Bloomfield – Local Search Interview Bill Slawski – Local Search Interview Scott Smith – Local Search Interview George Kepnick – Local Search Interview 2/6/2007 Rich Skrenta – Local Search Interview 2/6/2007 RC Jordan – Local Search Interview 2/6/2007 Matt McGee – Local Search Interview 2/6/2007 Rae Hoffman – Local Search Interview 2/7/2007 Justilien Gaspard – Local Search Interview 2/7/2007 Merrick Lozano – Local Search interview 2/7/2007 Carolyn Shelby – Local Search Interview 2/7/2007 Greg Hartnett – Local Search Interview 2/8/2007 Brad Geddes – Local Search Interview 2/8/2007 Mike Belasco – Local Search Interview 2/8/2007 Lyndon Antcliff – Local Search Interview 2/8/2007 Jeremy Schoemaker – Local Search Interview 2/9/2007 John Andrews – Local Search Interview 2/9/2007 Rebecca Kelley – Local Search Interview 2/9/2007 Lee Odden – Local Search Interview 2/9/2007

Related Topics: Channel: SEO | Search Marketing: Local Search Marketing | SEO: Local

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    Thanks for the information, I’ll be checking them. I’m interested in all types of information related Search Engine Optimization and Marketing best practices.

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