Posts Tagged Transition

Q&A with Gordon Borrell: ‘We’re at Midstream’ in Media’s Digital Transition

Gordon Borrell has been driven by a passion to track and position media’s digital transition throughout his career. We worked together in the early years of his consulting firm, Borrell Associates (2001-2004). He and his team have continued to build, sort and analyze key local data and and provide strategic help to many of the […]

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At Cloud Summit, a Focus on the Transition to SaaS Services (EXCERPT FROM STREET FIGHT)

At last week’s SMB Cloud Adoption Summit held by The Local Search Association in San Francisco, roughly 100 attendees gathered to discuss the transition of their services for SMBs from advertising-oriented sales to the new breed of SaaS based solutions (or “Cloud Applications.”). Key topics for the gathered group include the size of the SaaS […]

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BIA/Kelsey Predicts Transition to ATSC 3.0 Will Drive Significant Incremental Revenue for Large and Medium Market … – Benzinga

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Daily News: Local Search Is in Transition, Video Driving Foot Traffic, SMBs Optimistic about Revenues

Here is today’s roundup of news related to local marketing and advertising, local media, technology, local commerce, consumer behavior and more. Will (Mobile) SEO Soon Be a Thing of the Past? (October 18, 2016) LSA Insider: “SEO is becoming more and more challenging and most SEOs would probably agree.” Act Fast: LSA 17 Expo Hall…… […]

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The Transition from ‘Local SEO’ to Location Data Optimization

I’ve now been at two conferences in the past week: SMX West and LSA16, which I programmed. There was a modest amount of local content at SMX West and LSA16 was all about location technology and market changes. At SMX I moderated a session with Gib Olander of SIM Partners, Benu Aggarwal of Milestone Internet […]

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What To Do When Making The Transition From SEO In-House To Agency

Whenever you’re transitioning from doing your SEO in-house to an agency it means you’re either A). Doing so well that you need extra help to optimize and take advantage of so many great opportunities, or B). Doing pretty terrible and […] —Written by , The post

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