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  1. Vincent Tobiaz

    1st Generation SEO

    As a generation is around 10 years I'd say at least mid to late 90s through late 2002 before the first major update, or in my opinion up till 2003-06 when SEO took a stronghold on Digital Marketing. It's hard to consider people who just shoved words all over the page/title/description/meta...
  2. Vincent Tobiaz

    Google Posts for 3,000 client locations+ is what we use for Google Business Posts, and social scheduling. GMB postings are looked at much easier as a social thing instead of a search thing, now that they support hashtags, and it's already the same now with YouTube. Waiting on something that supports posting to YouTube...
  3. Vincent Tobiaz

    Someone trying to change GMB location name, EVERY DAY

    I didn't know locking was possible! Definitely will be of use especially for larger public places that have constant nefarious edits trolling.
  4. Vincent Tobiaz

    Is citation quality getting worse?

    Ah, I think that would be a successful SAAS if you opened it up to the public!
  5. Vincent Tobiaz

    Is citation quality getting worse?

    May I ask what that tool is?
  6. Vincent Tobiaz

    Synup - who is using it, and why?

    They are based in India. Ashwin is one of the founders I've worked with and used signup with for around 5 years at this point, and through many different versions of the tool. He's actually from Orlando originally. They struggled until their most recent round last year. I do like the review...
  7. Vincent Tobiaz

    Is citation quality getting worse?

    And probably 5-10 citations per location with multiple Doctors (former and current) on top of the Practice. Medical is the toughest citation cleanup job I deal with for sure.
  8. Vincent Tobiaz

    Need opinions about

    Been a while since the last post here sorry for the thread bump. The newer version of Synup seems to have tackled the duplicate listings/finding all the listings much better now. Much more accurate - and a seemingly constantly improving tool. For bang for the buck this blows Yext and others...