InsideLocal: Expert Webinar Seriesis a new series of FREE educational events designed for the Local Search industry. Below is the kick-off webinar we have coming July 10th. Thereafter these free webinars will be held twice per month.

1st Webinar: ‘State of Local Search’ (July 10th)

Local search is a complex and ever changing marketing channel. It’s essential for SMBs and consultants to stay on top of the latest changes & opportunities and learn how to use them to best serve their business and clients’ businesses.

In this 90 minute webinar we take an in-depth look at the latest, burning issues in local search. We ask our panel of local experts to give their invaluable insights, opinions and tips which will help you in your daily work. You can put your questions direct to the experts and benefit 1st hand from their unique experience & knowledge.

Local Search Experts - Webinar Speakers


  • New Google Places for Business Dashboard & updates
  • New Google ‘Carousel’ & algorithm updates 
  • Google+ Business updates, tips and insights 
  • Apple Maps Update & optimization tips

Each topic will be covered with a short presentation, debate and open Q&A session for attendees to ask their burning questions.



  • Myles Anderson (
  • Linda Buquet (Local Search Forum) 

Date & Time: July 10th 2pm EST/11am PST (90 minutes)

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About InsideLocal: Expert Webinar Series
BrightLocal & the Local Search Forum have teamed up to deliver an exciting series of local search focused webinars. The ‘InsideLocal’ webinar series explores the most important, most topical & most exciting areas of local search marketing.

Every 2 weeks we bring together some of the brightest minds in local search to share their insights, opinion and tips on a fresh topic. Over the course of the series we’ll cover latest changes in Google+ local, Google Places dashboard changes, changing search displays, shifting algorithms, maps, on-site optimization, citations tactics, review strategies & many more.

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