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+SpareFoot  and +DRAFT Magazine combine their expertise to bring you this guide on storing and aging beer, much like fine wine:

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Four ways to save some serious cash on your move:

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If you've recently moved to Atlanta you only have 30 days to register your vehicle. Here's how to do it:


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Where to give your unneeded items to those in need in Atlanta:

#Atlanta   #donations   #salvationarmy   #goodwill  

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How much does a storage unit cost in Dallas? Allow our infographic to answer:

#Dallas   #dallastexas   #Dallastx  

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Cut down on clutter by disposing of unnecessary items responsibly at one of these Minneapolis recycling centers.

#Minneapolis   #minneapolismn   #twincities   #stpaul   #recycling   #livinggreen   #green  

Hi John, Ross, and everyone else,

I've been going through some of the older episodes of the show, and found something interesting in the May 14 2012 episode. There's a discussion a little past the halfway point about whether host country matters for local results, and other clues engines use to establish locality. Ross mentions something about geocodes in the header of your page, and that that's actually one of the first things some engines look at.

I was wondering, since meta tags have jumped back into the recipe again, if anything has changed with that situation. If I run a national site with location pages I'm trying to optimize for local searches, should I spend the time working on the tags for each one? If so, what's the best practice for formatting these?

Are tags like the ones below still relevant/relevant once again?
<meta name="geo.region" content="GB-HAM" />
<meta name="geo.placename" content="Portsmouth" />
<meta name="geo.position" content="51.08952;-1.216844" />
<meta name="ICBM" content="51.08952, -1.216844" />

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Moving to Minneapolis from out of state? You'll have 60 days to register your vehicle before facing fines. Here's how to do it.

#Minneapolis   #minnesota   #Minneapolismn   #twincities  
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