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Recently, Google has decided to move away from Google+ and started increasing the interactive aspects of its Google My Business platform. Over the last few years, Google has focused on optimizing the search engine results pages (SERPs) for local businesses through Google My Business and its Google Maps features. Now, Google is taking the next step in focusing on the searchers themselves.

In order to keep your listing information up to date and relevant, your organization’s Google My Business account needs to be maintained on a regular basis. Ensuring that all information is accurate within your main business profile is your first priority. This information feeds directly to Google Search and Maps. Once your basic information is accurate, consider implementing additional features offered by the platform.

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You’ve decided to take the plunge into the social media world and more specifically, Facebook. You’ve created a Facebook business page, posted some recent articles from your favorite resource, and liked a few posts from competitors and their followers. Yet your followers aren’t liking your posts or sharing those educational articles. You take it a step farther and boost a…

Facebook is the “it” child for reaching your highly selected target audience with a low ROI. And if it isn’t, well, frankly put, it should be. Recently, though, Facebook has gone through some growing pains due to the ways of obtaining sensitive information and has made changes to how advertisers can target users. Detailed Facebook Targeting Changes If you’re like…

In 2013, we blogged about smartphone and tablet usage in the United States by age and gender. In those five years, a lot has changed: A mobile-first focus for websites, better information access, new social media apps, enhanced online shopping and more. Here's an updated look at the current landscape of mobile device ownership and usage, especially among older adults.…

Happy Monday! Rather than our normal most clicked and shared recap, we thought the timing was right to focus today’s post on content and how to impact your marketing strategy for 2018. How-To Videos and Mature Consumers “7 in 10 viewers often use YouTube to solve a problem when it comes to their job, studies or hobbies,” states Think with…

Happy Monday!  I know y’all were anticipating the most shared and most clicked articles from last week, but we decided to do something different. Saturday was freezing here in Virginia which had me thinking about where I’d want to live when I retire. I was thinking warm temperatures, delicious cuisine and relaxation. And so, the most intriguing news articles of…

Nothing says Fall like pumpkin patches, football (Go Buckeyes) and hot weather? Hope everyone enjoyed their nice, warm weekend! In this week’s most clicked article, David McNeill discusses new advancements companies are making to aide Japan’s aging population. Our most shared feature, from McKnight’s Senior Living, shared Boomers' preferences for where why what to live at they age. Most Clicked:…

Every Monday we recap the previous week's most engaging content. This week our most clicked is a Call to Action for Gerontologists, by Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO of AARP. Our most shared article highlights the older population growth from the U.S. Census Bureau. Most Clicked: Disrupt Aging: A Call to Action for Gerontologists AARP’s Chief Executive Officer, Jo Ann Jenkins, published an…

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