Welcome Graywolf / Local Search readers!

Filed in Interviews, Local Search by Matt McGee on February 6, 2007 0 Comments

Another interview with moi? Yes, it is. So let me squeeze in a post about it while I’m grabbing some lunch. (I generally post in the evening….)

Michael has posted the local search interview we did via e-mail a couple weeks ago. Hope you enjoy the information there, and be sure to read the other interviews, as well. It’s interesting to see different answers to a similar set of questions.

For starters, welcome to those of you who are new here and have come from Graywolf’s blog. Comments are always welcome here on SBS, as are new feed subscribers, MyBlogLog Community members, etc. You can learn more about me, including links to my Flickr account, LinkedIn, and more.

If you’re here from Michael’s interview, I assume you’re interested in local search, so let me share some additional resources.

Further Reading

Local Search

Please read my Local Search Marketing Guide if you’re interested in learning more about marketing via Google Maps, Yahoo Local, MSN, and the many other local search destinations out there. The guide is one of the most popular features of Small Business SEM. I have specific, how-to instructions about getting your business listed on those sites.

In addition, here are some of the recommended local search posts I’ve written here on SBS. (most recent ones at the top)


I’ve done one other SEO/SEM-related interview, which was conducted by Gradiva Cousin and Jennifer Grappone, co-authors of Search Engine Optimization: An Hour a Day. You can read the interview at YourSEOPlan.com.

Finally, when I interviewed ex-Yahoo! Search exec Jon Glick last year, we discussed local search a bit in Part 2 of that interview.

So… thank you for visiting SBS! I hope you’ll stick around, share your comments, subscribe to the feed, and be part of the conversation.

– Matt

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