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More Insight on Handling Negative and Inaccurate Local Reviews for Churches #ChSocM

OCC Director of Search Marketing, Kurt Steinbrueck, responds to comments and questions from last week’s #ChSocM chat about online reviews of churches.

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Marketing Spotlight: My Fabric Connection

Marketing Spotlight: My Fabric Connection

My Fabric Connection is an excellent online source for fabrics. They also have been seeing strong growth in traffic and sales from the search engines. Come learn more about My Fabric Connection and how they’ve grown their business.

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How to Rank #1 in Google

How to Rank #1 in Google

Are you one of the millions of websites that would like to be ranking better in Google? Sometimes it can see like a mystery how to get ranked well. In today’s video tip I’ll break down exactly what you need to do to rank #1 in Google.

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Join Us for Tonight’s #ChSocM Chat: Where Church, Search & Social Collide – Local Reviews

Join Us for Tonight’s #ChSocM Chat: Where Church, Search & Social Collide – Local Reviews

Tonight (Tues March 11), I’ll be leading this week’s church social media chat on the important yet often overlooked topic of local review sites. Details…

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Marketing Spotlight: Good Neighbor Insurance

Have you ever had an unexplained change in website traffic? Our friends at Good Neighbor Insurance did and they decided to do something about it. Find out more about Good Neighbor Insurance and what they did to take control of their website traffic.

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Do You Know Where You Rank In Google Right Now?

Do You Know Where You Rank In Google Right Now?

Do you know where you rank in Google or are you just guessing…or hoping? Did you know that if you are just going to Google and checking the rankings yourself you aren’t actually seeing where you rank for everyone else? I’ll tell you how to check your rankings so you can know where you rank and whether you are improving or being beaten by your competition.

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