Ive just moved a site to HTTPS.
There are 301 redirects between the HTTP and HTTPS versions of the site.
Do i need to update all directory / NAP listings, which all currently point to HTTP, can i just let the 301 do the work ?
Thanks @colan Nielsen
If i placed the tracking number for the portal as my main number in GMB then all calls made via my GMB profile would show up as being called from someone finding our info on the portal.
To get around this i would like to make my current (non tracked) main phone number...
We have a profile for a company on a prominent industry portal, as part of the portals pro plan they change our phone number to a unique number so that we can have call tracking as part of the portal analytics.
The business is in London, UK. The number the portal provides is a London number...
Ive submitted a request for the data to be updated, and they advise this is done usually within 6 weeks.
Do you happen to know if there is a method to speed it up perhaps through an aggregator ?
No never heard back from him, i get quite a few newsletters from ibegin but cant seem to make direct contact. I might try having another look around and see if i can find another contact email for them perhaps by looking at their who is.
We are doing a citation audit and some of the main sites in our market (UK) dont allow you to have multiple block capital letters in a business name.
Our business name is an acronym like "XYZ Services" (not the actual name). Its written this way on the majority of our profiles, but some sites...
I was just having the exact same issue, i get the phone call from iBegin, but when i input the code into their website it says its the wrong code.
Ive contacted Sam Grant at iBegin today, ill let you know if i hear anything
Ive been using bright local's tools to find new citations and also duplicate / incorrect data for a location im managing.
Factual.com have the incorrect address for the location, but im struggling to see how i can update the listing on their site, does anyone know how this can be done ?
With standard backlinks in years gone by Quantity (web 2.0 profiles + blog comments etc...) used to seem to be as important as Quality. This has obviously changed allot over the past 3 or 4 years with a much larger emphasis on Quality.
With NAP / Citation building what is the current consensus...
Im weighing up wether to use Whitespark's or Bright Local's tools to do :
- NAP audit
- NAP / Citation building
- Local tracking (not a number 1 requirement as i already have SERP tracking through positionally / Unamo)
I plan to do the work myself using their tools, as opposed to...
We have a site that has recently gone from showing up in the local 3 pack regularly for "service + city" to showing up much further down the list when you click on "more places".
Im trying to get to the bottom of what could have changed (rather strangely the site has at the a similar time gone...