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Mike Friedman

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  1. Well, yeah different businesses should have different phone numbers.
  2. There can be more than one business at the same address. You don't need hers moved.
  3. I'm guessing ones that are not claimed and actively managed the changes go live right away. That or it's just showing for you as you are logged into the Google account that suggested the edit... maybe?
  4. Maybe Google patched it. It might also be that it only lets you do it if you don't have an opening date listed. I honestly don't remember if I did or not.
  5. I've been forced to use Gutenberg on a couple of client sites. I'm getting better with it. It's not quite as clunky as it first felt. I still feel like this was some straight out of college junior programmer's first attempt at making a page builder though.
  6. You know what the Moz followers would say to that? Content is king. Links are no longer that important.
  7. I'm certainly much better with it these days, but fallen in love with it? I'm glad you are liking it but I am far away from being in love with it. I wouldn't even have a one-night stand with it yet.
  8. Yep. They certainly will. And Moz will do nothing to discourage it.
  9. The metric might be a little better after the update. What won't be better is the way Moz promotes it. They do little to discourage noobs understanding and encourage people to focus on DA to "understand" their own site's rankings.
  10. If it is tough to say without really seeing the links if they had a negative impact or not. I know a lot of people like to look at metrics and go to sites that put out some kind of "spam scores" like Moz to determine if a link is good or bad. I generally just use the eye test. I look at the page and site and ask myself, "Would I want my customers/propsects to know I do business with this site and point them to this page?" If I have to think about it, I don't want that link.
  11. Moz: Hold my beer. https://moz.com/blog/new-domain-authority Prepare for the shitfest of "Why did my DA go down?" or "Why did my DA go way up but my traffic didn't improve?"
  12. This is one of the oddest SEO stories I have read in awhile. https://www.seroundtable.com/bing-increased-url-submission-to-10-000-urls-per-day-27047.html These are the kind of decisions that companies make in a last ditch effort to save money right before they close up shop.
  13. It may not have been the database update that did it. You might have automatic updates setup. I cannot stand Gutenberg. I've tried it a couple of times thinking I better learn how to use it. I always just end up throwing my hands up and asking myself why bother? Elementor FTW.
  14. Sorry to hear about your loss. And congrats on all the new developments.
  15. Google Suite lets you use your own email accounts but run them through Gmail. So let's say you are running a business on xyzcompany.com. Running email through your web host is usually unreliable and gives you less control. It wouldn't be professional for all of your employees to have their own Gmail account. With Google Suite you can setup empolyee1@xyzcompany.com, employee2@xyzcompany.com, and so on and it all runs through Gmail's servers. Gmail is pretty much one of the gold standards of email services. You get more control and you can also easily monitor email accounts as well as archive them (if you need to for legal purposes). For the rest of the applications, such as Docs, Sheets, and lesser known ones like Keep, you can make it easy for members of the business to collaborate. Google Suite is not free though, but it's pretty inexpensive. There are 3 different plans at $5, $10, and $15 per month per user. The $5/month per user is adequate for most businesses.
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