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We already have a Moz Pro subscription.
I think the problem/challenge seems to be “getting links”.
We use Moz to identify links of our clients’ competitors.
However, (in general) when we attempt to get those same links, (I am told that) we cannot get them because either a) they cost big bucks (advertising) or our client needs to provide great content which then must be accepted by the authoritative web property, etc etc.
What are we missing?
I need a PROCESS for optimizing National SEO clients- even if it means Outsourcing it to an entity you guys trust and recommend. Do you have any resources that include step by step instructions?
All set David- thanks!
I thought linkdelete is all i need.
Your answer sounds time consuming and lots of work on our part no?
ChrisApril 18, 2014 at 4:49 am in reply to: Moz Local vs Localeze or Yahoo for citation service #3895
The $49 fee. Is that every year forever? What is the total amount of citations i get for that? What if the $49 (annual) fee is not paid in the future? What happens to the citations? Also, if we still need to get (local) citations on our own (presumably identified thru white spark or similar?) then why bother with this limited list? I am really looking for an affordable turn-key solution for citations- i am just not sure this is it.
ChrisApril 16, 2014 at 7:14 am in reply to: Moz Local vs Localeze or Yahoo for citation service #3875
Thanks Joy and David. Does moz local include express update?
Ok got it thanks! His idea his number his risk…
Got it Mike thanks
So yes or no? can the twilio number be THE number?
It is an address we claimed for marketing purposes.
The address is hidden in GP.
What does SAB mean?