I know there’s still time left in 2012 for people to write great posts on local SEO…but it’s gonna be hard to top the crème de la crème.
Much like one of those snore-fest radio countdowns, I’ve picked what I consider the 10 best posts of the year. Except my picks are exciting and useful…and I’m not counting down (or up)…and I’m not a DJ.
What I love about these posts is they can help you no matter how much or little you know about local search. Many of them deal with tough topics but do a magnificent job of breaking it all down into insights or steps you can easily apply to get your business more visible in the local rankings.
As you can see, I don’t include my own posts – as was the case on the only two occasions I’ve done roundups so far.
Enjoy, bookmark, apply…and grab some better local visibility.
Understand and Rock the Venice Update – Mike Ramsey
The Real Meaning of the Google Places Statuses – Nyagoslav Zhekov
Rankings on Google+Local: Some Observations – David Mihm
Google+Local: Q’s and Some A’s – Mike Blumenthal
Rethinking the Title Tag for 2012 (and Beyond) – Matt McGee
Asking for Reviews (Post Google Apocalypse) – Mike Blumenthal
How to Create Local Content for Multiple Cities – Matt McGee
The Zen of Local SEO – Miriam Ellis
Google Local: Train Wreck at the Junction – Mike Blumenthal
What do you like about these posts? Any words of appreciation for the authors? Leave a comment!