I'd put my money on the loss of backlinks being the reason. One of my client's sites scored a juicy 77 DA backlink recently (industry relevant etc etc). A week later, the site was atop the 3-pack.
The recent Google BERT update may also have something to do with it.
Hi Joy et al,
Hoping to get some advice on deleting a GMB 'location'.
I have two GMB locations for the same business address under the one GMB profile: one for my medical clinic and the other for the managing doctor.
I want to remove the managing doctor's location as this doctor has left the...
With my medical practice, I reply to all reviews ASAP - usually within 24 hours.
Whenever practical, I also personally phone patients who have left a negative review (once I have the back story from staff/doctors). This almost always results in the patient changing their 1 or 2-star review to a...
No, nothing. Yet. I contacted the referring site and they had no idea what was going on. Very frustrating as it took a bit of work to get that backlink (guest blog post) and the referring site has a high DA.
Heres the page (the link text is 'Doctors of South Melbourne'): Fresh Produce Fights the Winter Blues | South Melbourne Market
I'm relatively new to the whole SEO game, so any additional advice is much appreciated.
Hoping some astute SEO gurus can help me with a random backlink problem.
I managed to get a juicy backlink for a medical client (Doctors of South Melbourne), yet the backlink isn't appearing on Google Console or any tools (ahrefs, Keysearch etc) after around 3 months. I checked the...
Hi all. Is there any benefit in seeking backlinks directly to my GMB page, or should I simply continue seeking backlinks to my website? If the latter, am I correct in presuming the 'Google juice' will indirectly flow to my GMB?