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Daily Search Forum Recap: August 2, 2019

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web…


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Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Algorithm Update, Core Update Advice, Fresher Featured Snippets, Google Ads, Bing Guidelines & Negative SEO

This turned out to be a pretty busy week in the search space. We had a possible, unconfirmed, but yet really heating up…


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Daily Search Forum Recap: July 30, 2019

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Daily Search Forum Recap: July 26, 2019

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Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Makes Changes, Massive Algorithm Updates, Google Local Bus, AdSense Apps & Much More

This week I covered that Google updated their numbers on how much Google has changed in search over the years, that is over 3,200 changes in just a year. Google made about three algorithmic updates this week in search, something is going on but Google won’t comment…


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Daily Search Forum Recap: July 19, 2019

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Daily Search Forum Recap: July 15, 2019

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Recap: Social Media Week Lima

When Jessika Phillips, Founder of NOW Marketing Group and Host of Social Media Week Lima, went to a large social media conference she had a thought — here was a truly amazing and informative event, and what if she could replicate it in her hometown of Lima, Ohio? Her goal was to bring hundreds of people to a similar event in the Midwest, and she pulled it off. People like Brian Fanzo, Bryan Kramer, and more all participated and it was a huge hit in the social media world. Now in its seventh year, the attention to detail and the level of detail that goes into this conference is second to none, making it the premiere social media event of the Midwest.

The theme of this year’s event was “Creating Craveable Content” and talks included “Captivate on Command: How to Motivate the Masses with Only Your Words” by Stephanie Liu, “Utilizing Emotional and Social Intelligence to Create Authentic and Craveable Content” by Tiffany Lanier, and many more great talks about how to engage with your audience like never before. There was also an hour long “Table Talks” session during which guests could shuffle from table to table listening to talks by different marketing industry veterans. My talk was about “Being Irresistible To The Media.”

The biggest takeaway from the conference was the importance of being human and of making human connections. Your message reads as more authentic when you are more human, and a little bit of empathy goes a long way in real human interactions. Another major theme of the conference was to learn to “push the damn button” — stop waiting around for everything to be perfect before you get started.

There was also a lot of livestreaming going on at this conference, not only of the conference events themselves, but also between colleagues on related topics such as being more human and making those human connections. LinkedIn Live is a great way to drive engagement among your professional base of colleagues, but livestreaming of any kind is preferred by 80% of social media users over written posts and gets far greater engagement than other forms of social media posts. The added bonus of livestreaming? It also makes you seem more relatable to your followers.


(L-R: unknown, Lauren Vanags Davis, Jennifer Brogee, Cortney Mumaugh, Ross Woods, Kiera Suffel, Ai Addyson-Zhang, Zavier Buzard, Barb Casey Flynn, Brian Wallace)

This conference is a great place for marketers to connect with others in the field who are truly passionate about what they do.

“Going to SMWL is a breath of fresh air,” says Bryan Kramer, CEO at H2H Companies. Bestselling Author, Keynote & TED speaker, Coach of Coaches. “It’s the most welcoming community of humans who appreciate getting to know each other and learning from each other at a deeper level than most.”

Of course, the conference was designed to be just that.

“My personal mission is to help inspire others to love more, give more and do more within their personal and professional lives though the art of authentic relating,” says conference Founder Jessika Phillips. “A conference like SMWL is a great place to build the foundation of relationship marketing and I believe people are ready for it — that’s why the event has grown each and every year with other like minded people.”

Conference attendees and speakers alike appreciate the value of Social Media Week Lima as well as the attention to detail and hard work that go into creating it.

“Add the best elements of a national industry conference to those of a local mastermind and the result is the Midwest’s premier social media marketing event, Social Media Week Lima,” says Livestream Universe Founder Ross Brand. “The event feels both big and small in good ways. Jessika Phillips recruited an A-list group of keynote speakers and panelists who fill the main hall at the UNOH convention center, while her team at NOW Marketing facilitates a great experience for each attendee with opportunities for learning, collaboration and relationship building, both one-on-one and in small groups.”

“SMWL19 is the quintessential example of how a well-connected team like NOW Marketing can leverage influential thought leaders from around the globe to bring world-class social media expertise to a local community,” says I Am Here, LLC CEO Chris Strub.

Strub gained notoriety when he became the first person to live stream in all 50 states, an experience which he turned into a book and later a movie, “50 States In 100 Days.” Strub premiered the movie at Social Media Week Lima on June 19.

This event was so well put together and so well received, that people are already committing to return next year for Social Media Week Lima 2020. Getting together with your online community offline is a great way to build those human relationships.


(L-R: unknown, Zavier Buzard, Brian Wallace, Charles Kroeger, ET, Mackenzie Ball, Philip Shaw, Lindsey Stahl)

Photos courtesy of Sara Campbell and Brian Wallace

This story originally appeared on CMS Wire

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Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Robots.txt Changes, Leasing Subdomains For SEO, Search Console Updates & Google Maps

This week, Google made big news by announcing they are working on making the Robots Exclusion Protocol a real standard. With that they announced they will no longer support unsupported features including the noindex…


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Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Algorithm Update, Social Profile Markup, Mobile-First Indexing, Search Console & Tests vs Bugs

This week in search we had a possible Google algorithm update touch down yesterday, June 27th. Google removed support for social profile markup specifically with the knowledge panels…


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