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How to Hit the Bull’s Eye When Targeting Foreign Search Markets

Posted by Alesia Krush - July 30, 2012 - SEO

Does your online business target countries other than your own? If it does, you probably know that promoting a website in a foreign market can be challenging for a number of reasons. First, each country is a unique search ecosystem with its own search engines, mobile Internet penetration rate, etc. Second, in a foreign country, […]

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Using Google’s GL Parameter to Beat Geo-Targeting

Posted by Alesia Krush - December 6, 2011 - SEO

Nowadays, Google and many other search engines custom-tailor search results to a particular location. They identify user’s IP address or GSM location and provide results relevant for his/her whereabouts. This could be good for users, however, this often gives SEO’s a really hard time, because: Many SEO’s have clients who target multiple countries, Some SEO’s […]

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SEO Optimizer’s Guide to Smart SEO Reporting

Posted by Alesia Krush - October 25, 2011 - SEO

Today, I’d like to speak a little SEO reporting. But, before I begin, what are SEO reports actually for? They are used by SEO’s to demonstrate the results of their work in a visual and easy-to-grasp mode. Is this all SEO reports do? For most SEO services providers – yes. The majority of SEO-optimizers think […]

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Rank Higher in Google Places – 8 Local Search Optimization Tips

Posted by Alesia Krush - October 3, 2011 - SEO

Over the past few years, Local Search has been gaining momentum. More and more small business owners seek to rank higher in Google Places, especially now, as search results personalization is at large and growing. Point is, we are now seeing an increasing number of Google Places results displayed above Google’s Everything results, which, for […]

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