Posted by George-Freitag
Duplicate listings have been a plague to local search marketers since local search was a thing. When Moz Local first introduced duplicate closure in the fall of 2014, the goal was to address the horribly time-consuming task of finding and closing all those duplicate listings causing problems in Google, Bing, and various mapping platforms. Though we’ve consistently been making improvements to the tool’s performance (we’ll get into this later), the dashboard itself has remained largely unchanged.
Not anymore. Today, we’re proud to announce our brand new duplicate management dashboard for Moz Local:
Here’s a rundown of the features you can look for in the Moz Local upgrade:
This duplicate management update represents a new standard in the industry and will help our users be more productive and efficient …read more