Is there any way to fix Yahoo's business listings without having to pay? If so, I can't figure it out. Unfortunately there is a lot of wrong information about the locations I manage. Unfortunately, unlike Yelp there is no work-around where the community can make update suggestions, either.
+William Stephens yes there is! I stumbled upon it by accident, Yahoo is all backwards. Click this link, scroll down and click "try for free." Once you fill out business info, Yahoo should find your listing. You can then edit your info and verify by phone, email or postcard. However, their listing approval process takes FOREVER, just to let you know. https://smallbusiness.yahoo.com/local-listings/compare-plans
My replacement wedding ring came in. For those who expressed interest in a geek ring, it is a perfect fit, MUCH lighter than my first ring, and a smooth cut. The imagery is subtle, yet noticeable - thus professional.
I can't seem to figure out how to see a specific goal conversion rate for a particular page. Take, for instance, I want to see if people going to my Specials page have a higher or lower goal conversion rate than the site as a whole. Is this possible?
Hi William - you could create a session or user level segment where the condition would be the Specials page. This would give you, in some reports, the goal conversion rate for users / session with Special page inside. Please note that only gives a notion if the page partly attributed to a user converting or not.
I do the marketing for 15 local restaurants in a relatively small market. I checked Moz Local and saw there were a few websites my stores are not even listed on. Is it beneficial to add each store to the websites other than Yelp, Urbanspoon, Yellowpages, TripAdvisor and Foursquare - or should I stick with what the people in my market actually use?
Very personable people who will bend over backwards to make you happy.
They also dont use cheap recycled toilet paper, which is amazing.
Oh, and it is totally haunted. We heard footsteps on the second floor at 1 AM. There was nobody on the second floor.
Andrew Jackson once stayed here, which is cool. If you stay here look up the history of this place. It is fascinating.