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Google My Business API Update - Leverage new capabilities through uberall
May 9, 2016
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Last week, Google launched a major update of the Google My Business API. The Google My Business API in version 3.0 offers new features to easily manage your business location information. As one of the first partners worldwide, uberall integrated the GMB API into its online presence management solution to help manage and update our clients’ and partners’ location data in real-time.

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6 Steps to optimize your ranking on Google’s local search
May 9, 2016
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Google has abolished the right side ads, increasing the number of ad spots above the local search results to four. The competition is intensifying for the best local rankings, but the search engine reveals how to move your way up to the top.

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How Facebook connects ads with in-store purchases
May 4, 2016
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Online advertising is a huge growing market. The question of how exactly digital displays impact purchasing behaviour, however, is still often a mystery. Facebook now aims to fill this knowledge gap with its marketing platform, Atlas. The “Offline Actions” tool is intended to track consumer behaviour;  from consumers’ view of advertising to their payment of products in-store.

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FAQ: Google My Business - The Direct Line to your Customers
April 22, 2016
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If you want to appear in Google’s search results and Google Maps, you can’t get around Google My Business. We are answering the most common questions about this important directory for local businesses.

What is Google My Business?

With Google My Business, companies can manage their online presence within the Google universe. By using this powerful directory, you can keep control of how your business appears in the Internet and ensure that customers get accurate information (opening times, directions, contact information) about your locations. The tool also helps you make sure that your company is found on all Google’s channels (Google Search, Google Maps, Google +). Further, Google My Business facilitates direct interaction with customers and helps connect them to your business.  

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4 Strategies to Stand Out after Google Cut Right Side Ads
April 22, 2016
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It’s been two months since Google removed paid ads from its SERP’s right side. While many businesses are still adjusting to what this means for their PPC strategy, we want to discuss what this means for local search.

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Uberall Store Finder & Local Pages: branch location search, as it should be
April 11, 2016
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A good website masters the art of directing visitors to the most important information. For local businesses, chains and franchises, that means directing users to their nearest branch location. A store locator in the company’s website is a great practice so customers can identify which shops are near to them.

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NoFollow Links for Local SEO - a Blessing in Disguise
April 8, 2016
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We often get asked by our clients about nofollow links - an important but often confusing topic. What is the difference between nofollow and dofollow links and why does this matter? How can you make sure you are taking advantage of a citation while using the right type of link to optimize your online presence? We have the answers.

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Feature Update - Company Presence Check
March 23, 2016
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We are excited to showcase some of the improvements we’ve made to our feature: the Company Presence Check. This is a key feature for our resellers who are offering our product as a white label to their customers. To demonstrate value to their customers, who are usually local SME’s, resellers can use this presence check as a great selling and support tool.

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Automatic Synchronization - uberall now has access to Google My Business API
March 18, 2016
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“Near me” local searches continue to grow and Google, as the leader in this industry, has adapted to this user behaviour. An example of this strategy is the evolution of Google’s own business directory, Google My Business. Now the search engine has opened its API for this service, making it possible for companies to update their business profiles in real-time.

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Top 5 Answers to the Offline Attribution Question
March 9, 2016
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The golden marketing question: how effective are your ad campaigns? With a large majority of sales being made in-store, simply tracking your online conversion rates is not enough to track the effectiveness of your ad campaigns. Business owners and marketing managers increasingly need to understand if their efforts are translating into store visits.

Up until recently, it was difficult for brick and mortar retailers to really know if their campaigns were driving people to their locations. Local businesses needed to rely on traditional methods, such as offering a coupon or code, and offering an incentive for customers to redeem this coupon for a discount. Alternatively, companies would have to wait until credit card payments could be analysed, an expensive process that could take a long time - time that would delay management’s decisions regarding a campaign. Yet over 90% of sales are being made in-store, so understanding offline attribution is a must. 

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