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How Google Pigeon Update Tracks Your Local Business

Google Pigeon marked another update to the search engine’s algorithm. Contrary to what you may think, it was coined by Search Engine Land – not Google. This change was rolled out on July 24, 2014, and specifically affects local businesses. The sites that were already well positioned with local keywords will likely benefit more than sites that aren’t yet well positioned. The idea behind the change was to make local search more accurate with an emphasis on the Knowledge Graph. What are the Effects on Local Businesses? In order to make sense of the Google Pigeon update, you must first … Continue reading

About Toby Crabtree

Toby Crabtree is the Account Manager for Local Search HQ, a local search engine marketing firm focused on enhancing the online presence and visibility for small local businesses. Through thorough research of the client's target market and online behavior, social media networking, local mobile search optimization and an integrated marketing campaign, Toby and the team at Local Search HQ has built a reputation for delivery results for its clients since it was founded. Google+