What to Expect from Local Search in 2013

Cheers to another dynamic and progressive year in Local Search! 2012 saw many advancements that gave several headaches, but overall much better user experience to marketers and businesses alike. 

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Contractor of the year

Contractor of the year


Enterprise Trenchless Technologies, Inc. (ETTI), a directional drilling and utility construction contractor out of Lisbon Falls, ME, has been nominated by Equipment World Magazine and Caterpillar Equipment for 2013 Contractor of the Year.

A group of 12 contractors from across the country are chosen each year as finalists. Of those finalists, only one company will be awarded Contractor of the Year.

This award recognizes those companies who exemplify the highest standards of construction professionals: business acumen, equipment management expertise, attention to safety, and community involvement.

Each of the finalists receives a trip to Las Vegas in March 2013 to participate in an industry roundtable and awards banquet, where the 2013 Contractor of the Year will be named.  Each contractor will also be featured in the pages of Equipment World Magazine.

Closings and cancellations

Using Google’s Organic Sitelinks to Improve Brand Visibility

The links shown below some of Google’s search results, called sitelinks, are meant to help users navigate your site. Google’s systems analyze the link structure of your site to find shortcuts.

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Christmas Comes Early for Local Search: Google Maps for iPhone Released

When Apple released iOS 6 for iPhone in September, it also replaced its Maps app that relied on Google mapping data with an all-Apple version; Apple Maps. The new app was beautifully designed with stunning 3D-like capabilities…

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Raymond Town Office

Closed Dec 25, 2012  for Christmas and Jan 1, 2012 for New Years Holiday.



Understanding Google’s Disavow Tool – When and How to Use it

Google’s Disavow Tool was designed in the wake of the engine’s Penguin update as a way for webmasters to indicate to Google which inbound links are unwanted.

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