Hyper Local Content Marketing

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The 2014 Local Search Ranking Factors by Moz – Link Why Did Google’s Pigeon Poop All Over Big Local Brands? by Andrew Shotland – Link The Best Citation Sources by U.S. City by Moz – Link Ranking of Local Results on Google by Google – Link Ranking Factors in Google Maps By Mike Blumenthal – Link Why Local Businesses Don't Need Big Budgets for Content Marketing by Matthew Barby – Link 64 Creative Marketing Ideas to Boost Your Business by Megan Marrs – Link 8 Tips to Tailor Your Blog Content for Local Search by Paul Sanders– Link Local vs Traditional SEO: Why Citation Is the New Link by David Mihm – Link Why Google’s New Hummingbird Algorithm is Good Content Creators by Eric Inge – Link How Google is Forcing Your Content to Get Better by Jay Baer – Link A Hyperlocal Revenue Model That’s Perfect for Online Content Marketers by Brian Clark – Link Local Content Toolkit - Part I - Why Local Content Matters by Nick Kellet – Link The A-Z of Local Content by Nick Kellet – Link The 30 Best Local SEO Citation Sources for The United States by Dev Basu – Link 4 Powerful Local SEO and Content Marketing Strategies… by Marcus Sheridan – Link Content-based Outreach for Link Building by Justin Briggs– Link How to Embed Outreach into Every Step of Your Content Plan by Adria Saracino – Link More than Keywords: 7 Concepts of Advanced On-Page SEO by Cyrus Shepard – Link Teach Google About Your Entities by Using Topical Hubs by Gianluca Fiorelli – Link

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Steve Floyd Founder / Principle at AXZM twitter: @nawlready phone: (214) 272-9109 www.axzm.com For the last decade I have been creating digital marketing solutions for businesses large and small. In that time I’ve learned a few things about the governance and creation of web content and how that content ties into other marketing channels. Content is often swept aside as the last part of a project, when I believe it should be one of the very first things addressed.