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Chris Auman
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Internet marketer, website developer, husband, father, lover of music, travel, food, drink and all things "geek".
Internet marketer, website developer, husband, father, lover of music, travel, food, drink and all things "geek".

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"Great search engine optimization has always been, and will always be, about your customers." http://buff.ly/1qFdb4q

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Why Tracking Local Leads and Conversions Online is Getting Harder http://buff.ly/1Ekr6Dh #localsearch #conversion

My digital marketing education and engagement ritual: http://buff.ly/1sTKhAw

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The Best SEO Strategy is Always About Your Customers (Not Google) - See more at: http://www.sanctuarymg.com/best-seo-strategy-always-customers-google/#sthash.rQWHI3aF.dpuf

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Free Local SEO Tools that Belong in Your Kit http://buff.ly/1dmBXme

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Over at the Sanctuary Blog I recently posted my thoughts on why it's important to optimize and consistently distribute your business data and ultimately how to get the job done in the most efficient and affordable way possible.

In a nutshell what you need to know is within Google search results (and around the internet) there are many websites, directories, portals, niche services, apps and services that provide us with information — especially when it relates to local searches for small business products and services.

You may say "Yea, but not enough people use these secondary websites and portals to make it worth the effort". But here's what you need to know: There are millions of local searches a day — and many of those start with Google, yes — but they the Google search results contain category and listing results from these secondary websites! These secondary websites ARE the results for searches related to local goods and services.

Beyond computer based searches, mobile apps and GPS services need to get their business listing information from somewhere. How do they do it? From the top U.S. data distributors -- and if you're not with them, you're non-existent on these apps and devices.

So without rehashing my entire blog post here, I'd like to point you over to my full tirade on the subject of business listing distribution . I'll cover in detail why local business data distribution is important and how you can get it done quickly and efficiently.

http://www.sanctuarymg.com/local-business-listings-distribution-service/

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