Webinar: The SMB Guide to Choosing a Business Listing Partner | Street Fight

Webinar: The SMB Guide to Choosing a Business Listing Partner

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]In this session, David Mihm, Director of Local Search Strategy at Moz brings data and insights to a discussion with Deepak Thakral, VP of Ad Platforms at YP.

Business listings providers as well as SMBs won’t want to miss this free session.

Key takeaways will include:

•Understanding how using a breadth of channels for business listings is essential for strong local search ROI.

•The important role mobile plays in business listings results.

•How and why outsourcing a business listings strategy and implementation to a partner is not just efficient — but far more effective in driving new business.

•A side-by-side comparison of partners.

WhenThursday, July 25, 2013
10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET

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