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Myriad mobile SEO tips and tricks (Small Business E-commerce Link Digest – March 30, 2012)

the-mobile-web-in-use.jpgI’d mentioned the other day that mobile will account for 25% of paid search traffic this year. But how do you get your mobile site to work well from an SEO persepctive? And what if you don’t have a mobile site at all?

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  1. Since most of the action comes from the top two results in mobile, small businesses would be well served to get into these, preferably with click-to-call links (that way, they get calls, not clicks, and so do not have to worry about optimizing their sites for mobile visitors). At mTrax (, we set up SMBs on Google, Yahoo, and Bing paid mobile search. We’re exclusively putting our clients into click-to-call.

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