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Mike Blumenthal
All local, all the time. What else is there?
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Greg Sterling 3h
After more than 14 yrs and 5K+ articles, I'm leaving searchengineland. It has been a great experience. I'm grateful to and Chris Sherman (whom I connected with 15+ years ago), and the team at . 1 of 2
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Barry Schwartz Dec 3
ICYMI: Google releases new messaging options and new performance metrics
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 3
It seems to be just canada?
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 3
Replying to @TitanWebAgency @jayrat
When spending $30k and having multiple choices, it’s easy enough to choose the other
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 2
Replying to @TitanWebAgency @jayrat
I can’t say either. That being said, as a potential consumer I would be concerned about sitting on the opposite side of a purchase that went wrong for some reason
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 2
Replying to @TitanWebAgency @jayrat
True that but it leaves the impression that the owner is one of those difficult people. Who needs that?
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Krystal Taing Dec 2
Yes! Businesses launching new services cannot ignore reviews if they want to succeed.
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Azeem Dec 2
*NEW EPISODE ALERT!* An absolute pleasure to have the awesome on this week. We talk: - failed migrations, - "the new normal" - what he wants to learn more about, - his podcast, and so much more! Listen here:
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 2
They could but it wouldn’t be taken down as the reviews themselves do not violate TOS
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 1
Some companies respond to reviews differently than others:
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 1
Ok this is a great resource. But one has to ask about Google’s newest added category: cat trainer Hello?
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 2
Curbside pickup can be consumer focused win for retail but it is also a possible point of failure & ill will for a business despite good intentions. Reviews tell a story and not always a good one. But this is one that the business could learn from. If they are listening.
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 1
Ok this is a great resource. But one has to ask about Google’s newest added category: cat trainer Hello?
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 1
Replying to @mblumenthal
I realized that I didn’t include the second response that was left where he “doxed”(?) someone
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Mike Blumenthal Dec 1
Some companies respond to reviews differently than others:
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Mike Blumenthal Nov 30
Replying to @davidmihm
He’s (I assume it’s a he ) is working on it
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Mike Blumenthal Nov 30
Replying to @three2tangoz
I think this guy is just lonely
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Mike Blumenthal Nov 30
See what “helpful” reviews YodaGamerPug posted to Google Maps, Level 4 Local Guide
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Mike Blumenthal Nov 29
“The National Institutes of Health may own intellectual property that undergirds a leading coronavirus vaccine being developed by Moderna, “
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Mike Blumenthal Nov 29
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