Monthly Industry Roundup: August 2020

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Filling the Gaps in Multi-Location Marketing 

We’re intrigued by a recent Forrester study on multi-location marketing that indicates how far behind the curve many franchise brands are when it comes to successfully executing local marketing programsOur Senior Director of Marketing, Josh Allen, examines how Location3’s strategy responds to the pain points of marketing for multi-location businesses. 

Learn more. 

Franchising’s New Normal 

Our partners in the world of franchising and franchise marketing are working hard to adapt to the ‘new normal.’ Location3’s Senior Director of Business Development, Carol Lee, spoke with franchising leaders to dissect how their businesses are responding to COVID-19. Here, she shares what she learned from her talks with Floor Coverings International, Bin There Dump That, and OsteoStrong. 

Watch the video. 

Search Engine Marketing: The Triple Threat Approach 

Search Engine Marketers know the value of search visibility within the three primary areas of local results on Google and BingPaid Search Ads, Universal Search results such as Google My Business listings, and traditional organic results make up what we call the Triple Threat.  

Learn the fundamentals of Seach Marketing strategy.  

Add Google’s New Black-Owned Business Attribute 

Here’s how to get started. 

SEO for Single Page Apps 

Our team of industry experts works tirelessly to stay on top of internet trends and their impact on digital marketing efforts. SEO Account Manager Jack Barsch dives into the rise of JavaScript-based single page applications and the complications that arise from an SEO perspective 

Read his insights here. 

Disruptions Expected to Digital Marketing with Apple and Google OS Updates 

We’re staying tuned to privacy changes across operating systems that are expected to disrupt online advertising. Apple’s new privacy changes will affect the Facebook Audience Network’s ability to serve targeted ads to iPhone users while they use outside apps. Google will release Chrome 85 on Tuesday, and with the release comes a default setting to block ads that violate what it considers heavy ad intervention. 

Read more about the updates here. 

 

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