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Really happy to hear it, Gyi!
 
Getting there... At the risk of stating the obvious, what a difference that merely resolving inconsistencies has on local search visibility. Thanks +Moz Local (+Moz) +David Mihm 
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Huge. But many of my lawyer buddies at Circle of Legal Trust are asking how to resolve the un-resolvable "Suite" "Ste" or "#" inconsistency that is rearing its head depending on the individual NAP providers.
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C'mon Google. You should know better.  Rank this place for "craft beer" "microbreweries" "best taplist" and all related terms.
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Reno Public House
33 St Lawrence Ave, Reno, NV 89501
I was pretty desperate to find a decent list of microbrews / craft beers in an otherwise desolate cultural landscape. Multiple Google reviewers pointed me to St. James Brasserie, but I was unconvinced by their website. Luckily as I was driving there I happened to spot this place out of the corner of my eye on the west side of Virginia St. Could not have been more satisfied with the hipster ambiance or taplist, which included Ballast Point Sculpin, Drake's 1500, and Blanche du Bruxelles. They don't serve food but you can walk around the corner to Laughing Planet and grab a burrito to bring in. Absolutely recommend this place if you are ever in Reno.

C'mon Google. You should know better. Rank this place for "craft beer" "microbreweries" "best taplist" and all related terms.
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wow.  Forgot about that place.  
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Can't wait for all these conversations!
 
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our Local U Forums -- a new venue to get help, troubleshoot and just discuss any local search and local online marketing issues you may have. First 50 members pay just $99 per month and we're also taking $50 off the first month's fee if you register before the end of January. We hope to see you in the forums!
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Join us on Tuesday, Jan. 14 when +Joe Griffin the Co-founder of +iAcquire presents "SEO Predictions for 2014". Plus, one lucky attendee will win a pass to SearchFest. Early Bird sales end Thursday, Jan. 9 at Midnight, so Register Now!:  http://bit.ly/2014SEO
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Nice photo
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Checkin' out google checkins. 
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Thanks Cathy! We have an exciting project we're working on at Moz that will be coming out in March -- like #RWX  on steroids :)
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Definitely gonna try to qualify for this next year. Even if only to play a fast round at the back of the pack :)
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Yay. 
Get the low-down on the LocalUp Advanced agenda. We're planning some great sessions and workshops, making sure you get face time with your favorite speakers on Saturday, February 7.
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Has Google done anything to improve the spam situation since Brian Seely got all that media attention for spamming the Secret Service and FBI listings? Find out in this interview with Map Maker expert +Dan Austin.
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Super-excited to launch this today.  Thanks to SO MANY who helped with this project!
 
We're thrilled to announce the launch of Moz Local today! Simultaneous Listing Management on All Major Aggregators for $49/Year

http://moz.com/blog/announcing-moz-local
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Update: $84 per year, per business...
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Five of six predictions for 2013 made by our expert in local search have come true. The odd one out? Foursquare. Instead of moving toward acquisition, Foursquare seems to be positioning itself to become the premier aggregator of local data.
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IIRC, Foursquare is the only major citation source that offers business owners to pay to claim their listing immediately - instead of waiting days/weeks. I'm sure that revenue is a nice incentive for them continuing the data mining strategy.
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can't WAIT for this!
 
TO DO this week: Before the Holidays overwhelm you, purchase your ticket to Portland's #SearchFest conference so you don't miss the Dec. 31 end of Early Bird pricing! 
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My second in the series on designing the best location pages for a business website. This one looks at a business with 2 to a dozen or so locations and has multiple examples.
This is part two of a three-part series on creating the best business location landing pages for your website. Local search ranking factors put a strong trust signal on the location information your own website provides and we’ll explore how to best create your landing page design, experience and data for single location businesses, multi-location [...]
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If only people got location pages and the put those on their Google+ listings.
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David Mihm is an Local Search consultant based in Portland, Oregon.

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Simply put, Rally King's Citrilicious is a revelation. It's the most remarkable new beer I've had in at least a year. For those of you who are familiar with the Grapefruit Sculpin, the Citrilicious is what that beer used to taste like before Ballast Point decided to scale production up. And it's probably even better, although it's impossible to do a side-by-side! I also sampled a number of other unique and tasty beers including a raspberry brown and a Red XPA. Not a bad beer in the bunch. In terms of ambiance, this place has a nice west-facing, covered outdoor patio to enjoy the afternoon sun, and Matt, the co-owner is a super-nice guy and provided us with way over-the-top service. Definitely worth a visit when you are in the best beer town east of Bend, Oregon :)
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
The photos on their profile are to be believed -- absolutely stunning setting and well-positioned to visit wineries in every corner of the valley. Room was more than adequate size with wonderful ventilation from the double-hung windows. Very comfortable bed. The hosts were very accommodating despite our late arrival. And, as a self-identified shower snob, I'd rate this an excellent shower with great hot water and pressure. Only *minor* downside is the walls are a little thin, so if you are a light sleeper, you'll probably hear your neighbors getting ready in the morning. But not enough to dissuade us from future stays, by any means!
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
It's hard to overstate how disappointing this place was. I'd never heard of it going in, but my coworker received strong recommendations and I was excited to try it. My thoughts: Everything was incredibly expensive. Were it a more low-key, laid-back place, I probably wouldn't feel as strongly negative. But when you're spending $100 a head for a meal, it better be at least passable cuisine. For a "tasting menu," you'd expect the items to have a *little* more taste. And that the portions would be large enough where more than one person could actually *get* a taste of said dish. Every item came with instructions for how to eat it. The beer selection was atrocious for such an expensive place. Even Stella Artois would have been an upgrade over the available options. The after-dinner coffee was in some ways a perfect complement to the meal that preceded it: insanely weak, pretentiously presented, and left with a bad taste in my mouth. There are MANY better places in Hollywood and literally any of them would be worth taking a risk on as opposed to going to Ink.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
great store
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Just a fabulous meal. The food is definitely richer than a lot of "fine dining" / new Californian, etc., type of establishments, but we got a LOT of flavors and the portions were large enough for everyone to get their fill of each dish. Very knowledgeable bartenders who took pride in knowing everything about the beers, wines, and spirits on offer and an incredibly friendly and unpretentious place. The comparison with Ink, where we went the previous night, could not be more stark. The rabbit baklava was an incredible surprise, and the recommended pork shank did not disappoint.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Such a great spot! If you are just getting into the cider scene like I am, start your journey here. The owners are incredibly knowledgeable and super-helpful if you tell them what kinds of flavors you like & the selection includes a great mix of local and national cideries. Real neighborhood ambiance and totally unpretentious -- lacking in so many other spots in the Pearl. Get a taster tray of 4 to figure out what you like and then order a pint of your favorite one -- my only suggestion is that they need to raise their prices for such a great selection and service :)
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
One star is not even low enough for this experience. First I had to wait in line 45 minutes to even speak to an agent. Then, it's finally my turn...I get up to the counter and immediately the woman behind the counter starts turns away and starts talking to someone else literally right in the middle of my transaction. Her counterpart proceeds to invite the next customer up behind me. I finally get "helped" and I'm told there are no cars available, ***despite making a reservation***. Had to cancel my reservation, pay through the nose for a last-minute booking next door, and nearly missed an important meeting. Will NEVER use Fox again and suggest you don't either if you consider your time and customer service valuable.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago