Last year was a big year for local search. Google continues E-Commerce Photo Editing to be a local SEO giant and is heavily dependent on organic search and companies within Google Maps. In 2018, the Google My Business team is testing and deploying more new local search capabilities than ever before. I've documented many of these changes, but some are E-Commerce Photo Editing more influential than others. This article outlines the top 10 new features you should know and strategies to get the most out of each.
Use search queries to see the keywords that E-Commerce Photo Editing appear in your local search and map When the search query was first released in July 2018, it was a local SEO game changer. Previously, it wasn't easy to see which keywords your Google E-Commerce Photo Editing My Business listings appeared on. The best data source was the Google Search Console, which reports traffic from both Google E-Commerce Photo Editing My Business and organic search results. The old method, which involved the use of URL parameters, provided "impression" data via the Google Search Console (when the website appeared in the user's search results).
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