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Web Design That Simply Sells
Web Design That Simply Sells

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Since Google moved the goal post for a direct link to your Google review window, I've started using this nifty free tool.

https://pleper.com/index.php?do=tools&sdo=google_review_link

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Yahoo seems to continually move the goal post. I can't figure out a way to claim a client's existing free listing. Can this still be done?

There used to be a link at the bottom of this page:
https://smallbusiness.yahoo.com/local-listings

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My mechanic has a refreshing perspective about dealing with unreasonable customers and negative online reviews.

http://jenkinstownmotors.com/philosophy-on-reviews/
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I recently updated a Google plus page for a client. The page updated but a yellow bar remains at the top that says, "Please review and submit your info." https://www.dropbox.com/s/kb49hnplfp3ka44/Screenshot%202015-07-19%2021.21.15.png?dl=0

When you click it you're brought into the edit window of your listing, and that has a red bar at the top prompting me to review the info and submit. However, when I submit it fails. https://www.dropbox.com/s/75drba8qpuwqyu5/Screenshot%202015-07-19%2021.26.32.png?dl=0

Any thoughts on this?

Is there any way to stop Yahoo from changing "Inc." to "Incorporated" with business listings?  Do you think it creates an NAP discrepancy? 

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It pays to be on the top of the results.
The first 5 Google results account for 67.60% of all the clicks http://raven.im/1rQ3iVK Barry Schwartz analyzes a Advanced Web Ranking study.
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Sustainability comes in many forms. 
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An interesting article by an astute marketer about pricing your product or service to suit the needs of multiple market segments.

I love this section where +Ben Hunt  says...

"So why do some people pay a hundred times what other people pay, for the same game? [he's talking about football] Answer that, and you’ll reveal a whole new dimension of marketing!

The simple answer is, people aren’t paying for the game… They’re paying for the game packaged in a way that fulfils their needs."

http://webdesignfromscratch.com/business/stack-offerings/
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A gutsy marketing move...

An example of a local business taking a stand and pulling a ZAG. You don't necessarily stand out  by doing what everyone else is doing.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/09/19/how-a-california-restaurant-is-trying-to-cheat-the-internet-with-its-hate-us-on-yelp-campaign/
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