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SEO & Local Market Orientation For International Expansions via @sejournal, @motokohunt

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Local Market Orientation is the delicate balance of managing the expectations and needs of customers with the objectives, resources, and capabilities of your organization. The post SEO & Local Market Orientation For International Expansions appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Going International? Here’s What You Need To Know For Your Glocal SEO via @sejournal, @AcoladGroup

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Your SEO team knows your home market very well. However, when going international, you need to go local with local SEO experts around the world. The post Going International? Here’s What You Need To Know For Your Glocal SEO appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Going International? What You Need To Know For Your Glocal SEO via @sejournal, @AcoladGroup

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Your SEO team knows your home market very well. However, when going international, you need to go local with local SEO experts around the world. The post Going International? What You Need To Know For Your Glocal SEO appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Google, TikTok, & Others Agree To New EU Anti-Disinformation Code via @sejournal, @MattGSouthern

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Google, TikTok, and other tech giants reportedly agree to revisions of EU’s anti-disinformation code, which will have companies share more information with the European Commission. The post Google, TikTok, & Others Agree To New EU Anti-Disinformation Code appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

How Do I Structure A Global Site With Country-Specific Content?

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Deciding between a subdomain or subdirectory for your global site is tricky. Matt Bertram explores the pros and cons in this Ask An SEO column. The post How Do I Structure A Global Site With Country-Specific Content? appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Google Criticizes Canada’s Proposed “Link Tax” via @sejournal, @MattGSouthern

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Google has come out swinging against a law proposed by the Canadian government that would force the search engine to pay publishers for listing content. The post Google Criticizes Canada’s Proposed “Link Tax” appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Add Me To Search: How To Create Your Google People Card via @sejournal, @MattGSouthern

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Learn how to create a people card for Google Search — a virtual business card that show up when a person’s name is searched for. The post Add Me To Search: How To Create Your Google People Card appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Hreflang For Beginners: Getting Started With Multilingual Website Tags

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With the right knowledge, tools, and help, managing hreflang tags for international webpages can be easy. Avoid mistakes and set it up with this beginner-friendly guide. The post Hreflang For Beginners: Getting Started With Multilingual Website Tags appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Tech Companies Rally to Help Ukraine via @sejournal, @na

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As the world watches the Russian invasion of Ukraine taking place in real time, leading tech companies have launched initiatives to support Ukrainians. The post Tech Companies Rally to Help Ukraine appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

4 Important Business Benefits Of An International SEO Strategy via @sejournal, @motokohunt

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Help decision-makers in your organization understand these 4 benefits of an international SEO strategy for better alignment, buy-in, and business results. The post 4 Important Business Benefits Of An International SEO Strategy appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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