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Loganix-mas is Here With Deals on Citations & Guest Post Links, Plus Prizes!

Loganix-mas is Here With Deals on Citations & Guest Post Links, Plus Prizes!

The holiday season is upon us and we’ve got some great bonuses on our Citation Building (by the citation) and Guest Post products. From Dec 10th to 21st, all custom citation orders will get double the citations, and guest post orders over $500 will get a free DA30-39 link for every $500 spent on guest posts. We’re also giving away some prizes including 5 Traffic Think Tank 1-month memberships ($119 value) and some Amazon gift cards ($50 to $250 in value). If you purchased anything from us since Nov 1st 2018 (including our recent Black Friday/Cyber Monday promos) then we’ve already put an entry in for you, plus if you purchase anything between now and December 21st we’ll add an additional 5 entries to the draw. The Bonuses Doubled Up Citations Purchase any amount of citations from our Citations (by the citation) product and we’ll double your order for free. Buy 30, get 60 – simple as that. Just place an order using this form with the coupon LOGANIXMAS and your order will be doubled upon fulfillment (along with 5 entries towards our draw). Free Guest Post Links For every $500 you spend on Guest Posts we’ll throw in a free DA30-39 guest post link picked by our team. The free links are picked by our team from a select list of high-quality sites, we will do our best to pick the most relevant sites but a perfect match may not be available depending on your site’s niche. You can order your Guest Post links here, use the coupon LOGANIXMAS at checkout to receive your free guest post link...
Black Friday & Cyber Monday SEO Deals Are Back!

Black Friday & Cyber Monday SEO Deals Are Back!

Our Best SEO Deals of The Year For 1 Week Only! It’s that time of year again. How about a lovely cornucopia of High Authority Editorial-style links and Citations? A Guest Posting campaign with all the fixins? Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are back in full swing over here and everything is on sale. From Nov 23rd to Nov 30th, get 20% off all Loganix products using the coupon GOBBLEGOBBLE at checkout. That coupon will get you discounts on everything you need to keep those rankings improving and making sure you stay in your client’s marketing budget next year, including: Guest Post Links Editorial Links Copywriting Citation Building Citation Cleanup Citation Audits SSL Migrations Start your 2019 SEO campaign off on the right foot and stretch that dollar further than before. Keep The Discounts Flowing Year-Round Earlier this year we launched our Agency Partner Program for VIPs which is open to anyone who spends over $1000/mo on Loganix products either for their clients or their own sites. Membership in the program includes Black Friday-like discounts all year round – and some special bigger discounts around other sales. You also get priority access and first dibs on limited quantity roundups and other promos that are in short supply. If you’re interested in joining our Agency program you can schedule a call with Adam to discuss your clients and their SEO needs and how we may be able to...
The Latest in Local Search for Summer

The Latest in Local Search for Summer

What’s New in Local Search? Messaging Features in the GMB Dashboard Google is rolling out a feature that allows Google My Business customers to message the businesses that appear on mobile search. This feature was first seen last November and is now finally rolling out in the US. Here’s how to set up the messaging feature inside your GMB dashboard. New Ways To Edit/Update Your GMB Listing Google is testing a new way to edit or update GMB listings. According to Mike B, a Google My Business interface has just been spotted on Google front page results. On this GMB interface, business owners can easily edit any listed business info or add new images. Check the article by Mike: here. Upload Videos On Google Maps for Local Listings Google announced on the Local Guide forum that they’ve introduced a new feature that allows users to upload a video about places on Google Maps results. This feature is available only on android mobile devices. See how it looks like: here.   More SEO Must Reads: Locadium: a new ‘point solution’ to monitor GMB listings changes 5 Tactics to Earn Links Without Having to Directly Ask Secret Weapon of Effective Local SEO: Wordsmithing Google My Business Messaging FAQ Fighting Review Spam: The Complete Guide for the Local Enterprise Optimized store landing pages: An important part of local search strategy How to Perform a Basic Local Business Competitive...
The Latest in Local Search for June

The Latest in Local Search for June

What’s New in Local Search? No Website? No Worries! Introducing the GMB Website Builder The most basic ingredient of ranking locally is having a business website, right? But what if you don’t? Now you have an option. Google launched it’s Google My Business Website Builder for FREE. This is currently available only to those businesses that have verified GMB listing. It can be accessed on the new GMB Dashboard. Check this review about Google’s Website Builder Google Post Available WorldWide Google announced the worldwide availability of Google Post late last June. Business and agency owners can use Google Post to offer promotions, share information and create events. The best thing about this new feature is that it appears in the search results. Check out this article from Mike B. about this news. New Interface for Local Panels Now Available On Mobile Google has finally rolled out a new tab-based interface for local panels. On this new interface, a user can easily navigate between a business’s overview information and its reviews. This feature is only available on mobile search, see how it looks.   More SEO Must Reads: Dear Google: 4 suggestions for fixing your massive problem with fake reviews How to Rank in Cities Where You Don’t Have an Address How to Delete a Google My Business Listing – A Common Question with a Complex Answer How Willing Are Consumers to Leave Reviews? Citations: What Are Local SEO Citations and Why Are They Important for Local Search...
The Latest in Local Search for May

The Latest in Local Search for May

What’s New in Local Search? New Features For Hotel Reviews on Google Google has confirmed that a new interface and set of features for hotel reviews is rolling out. In this new update, additional information such as ratings for the rooms, location, facilities, and such will now be available. See the screenshots of the new interface, here. Google Testing New Results Interface For Local Restaurants Another test from Google this past month! This time, it involved local restaurant businesses. Google displayed some of the business attributes in the results. Also, a reservation box has been spotted on the results. Read about this new test from Google from Mike B. Google Rolls Out Updates On GMB Dashboard Google has launched a couple of updates on the Google My Business dashboard. Now, the menu bar is accessible on the left side of the listing view. It is now easy to switch between business accounts. This is good for users that manages multiple GMB listing. Read more about this update, here.   More SEO Must Reads: Should You Add Your City To Your Business Name At Google My Business? Local SEO Fairy Tale: No Problems = Good Rankings Should SEOs Care About Internal Links? Stop overloading your Local SEO content! Location Data + Reviews: The 1–2 Punch of Local...
The Latest in Local Search for April

The Latest in Local Search for April

Starting to finally feel like summer around Vancouver, how about for you guys? Wherever you’re hustling away, I hope you’re feeling a little warmer and a little more energized to hit the next season everything you’ve got. I guess the weather all feels the same when you’re indoors (I work from home) all day, so how about we get right to the search news! OH, but before I forget, I’ve got a new mini newsletter that I’ve put together. It’s a short, weekly…brain dump. Marketing, business, sometimes more personal stuff that I hope is relatable. I think you’ll like it. If that sounds like your sort of thing, sign up here. Yes, SEO. Let’s talk about that. So, What’s New in Local Search? Update On Local Map Results Now Filter By Ratings Google has made another update to its local search results. Now they focus on those businesses with good customer ratings. A filter for ratings with the default 4-star rating is shown in red font when describing search terms with “best”, “awesome”, “good” etc. Read more here. “Product And Services” Now Appearing To Knowledge Panel Another new addition to the knowledge panel. This time, Google added product and services links. This feature was first seen on restaurant businesses, but has been pulled from the search because it’s still a little buggy. Read Mike’s article about it. He’s amazing. Timeline Now Landed On iOS This feature is not new to Android and desktop users, but IOS users will be pleased to finally have it. It’s a timeline/list of places you’ve visited. Google will also add a note to the...