Local Search at SMX Advanced London 2011

  This years SMX Advanced London brings you a Local Search session, if you are attending- join! Still in doubt? register now because What’s New In Local & Mobile will be the session you willnot want to miss on day 2 of the conference. David Mihm of getlisted.org (no need for introduction?), Philippe Huysmans (Director, EMEA […]

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Speaking at Tableau EU Customer Conference Amsterdam

Just wanted to drop a quick note that I will be speaking at the first Tableau European Customer Conference, held in Amsterdam. I will not be talking Local Search during my presentation, instead I will be focussing on how Web Analytics data needs to be made understandable, at Onetomarket, we use Tableau Software to aid […]

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Introducing Sitestat Countername Detector

As a Web Analytics consultant working for various clients like Schiphol Amsterdam Airport, Dutch Government and others I encounter the use of Web Analytics tool Sitestat (Nedstat, now a comScore company) a lot. Sitestat is a really cool web analytics package which allows you to use un-aggregated data at all times. no need to set […]

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Conversion Optimization at SMX Stockholm 2010

This year has brought me several occasions where I could speak either about Local Search & Web Analytics, both nationally at the Search Marketing Insights, held in Amsterdam,  as well as the SMX Advanced in London (presentation available here). This september (28th & 29th) the SMX will also be held in Stockholm. This year I will be […]

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Local Search Ranking Factors 2010

For the third year in a row, David Mihm has published the Local Search Ranking Factors. The LSRF 2010 consists of 32 local search enthusiasts their opinion (including me!) on how to rank well in the search engines. It is a definite must read for everyone interested in Local Search. It is also incredible to […]

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Historypin: building largest historical image archive

Historypin is some sort of timetravel device. You can now look up historical imagery inside a Google Maps interface using historypin. I think its cool to see how your town looked like in the old days, maybe before you were even born. See those old horse trams riding down the streets before Prius’ were dominating […]

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Local Search 101 State of Search Podcast

On May 4th, The State of Search Podcast #09 was all about Local Search. The podcast is a Local Search 101. I recommend it to all my readers that are quite new to the Local Search space. Together with Roy Huiskes and Arjan Snaterse I discuss Local Search, including service areas, linkbuilding, citation sources and analytics […]

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My Presentation on SMX Advanced London

Hi all, For those of you who weren’t in the opportunity to see my presentation at SMX Advanced London. here it is! View more presentations from Martijn Beijk. Feel free to embed it on your blog. If you have any questions – just ask them via the comment form and I’ll be more than happy […]

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Insight in your Local Search traffic – Speaking at SMX Advanced London

Insight in your Local and mobile traffic, that is what the ‘Art of Measuring Local and Mobile Search Results‘ session at the upcoming SMX Advanced London is all about. I am happy to announce that I will be speaking at this session at SMX Advanced London with the likes of other local search enthusiasts. It […]

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Service Area in Google Maps now a reality?

breaking news via SEL that the Google Local Business Center is now displaying a new tab called “Service Areas and Location Settings.” This means that Google has finally listened and implemented one of the most requested feature for Google Maps. Finally service area’s and workers from home features appear to be a reality after they […]

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