Curious to know if the lack of interactions on this community page is related to the worthiness of Google+ as a marketing tool?

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Get Ready for the Upcoming Google Updates

Wanted to share this new post. I'm sure many of you have been doing SEO for some time now and some have probably encountered Google penalties.

Here's a guide I made that basically talks about the steps and what you need to be aware of when it comes to figuring out your penalty and how to get out of it.

https://www.leapfroggr.com/google-penalty-recovery/

Would love to hear your thoughts and experiences, too!

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Free Schema Plugin

https://www.leapfroggr.com/local-seo-schema/

We're developing a new plugin to quickly insert schema for your business websites. Check it out there.

Still early, it does most of the basic but important ones.

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Well made video discussing penalties for using duplicate and irrelevant images on a page. 

Just wanted to say hello :)

I'm very excited to see what happens with this G+ community. I am hoping to take part and add lots of info when and where I can.

Big thanks to who ever set this up/

looks like a quiet day in the SERPS today. It was pretty busy yesterday :)

Does anybody have any experience with redirecting based on location? I noticed in our client's analytics that the bounce rate and average on page time varies highly based on the city for a state-specific keyword (Think something like "Arizona plumber"). I found a few services that make this easier, the most popular seems to be GeoSkipper, there are just not very many reviews or stories about the actual success of the strategy. 

References: 
http://www.seomoz.org/q/redirect-based-on-location-best-practice-clarification
http://www.geoskipper.com/

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What do you guys think of this? The idea that we need to show what links are being paid for? Although I don't take part in this personally, is it too far for Google to ask us to do this?
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