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State of Search Hangout: Google+ Local and GA Content Experiments

7 June 2012 BY

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There are a few things which we value highly at State of Search: we like to stay on top of things, we like to work on ‘education’ and we like to connect to our readers. So we have decided to try out something new again: a Hangout with State of Search.

Today we have seen the first ever State of Search hangout. Something no other website or searchblog has ever done like this before: a Q&A on certain topics with the bloggers of State of Search. Sam Noble and Carla Marshall, hosted by Bas van den Beld, gave their views and tips on the new Google+ Local Pages and the use of of GA Content Experiments. With questions from those attending the hangout it became a really interactive talk, which was broadcasted and viewed by almost a hundred more people live on State of Search and YouTube.

Watch the entire hangout below:

Topics discussed were:

1 – Changes in local
2 – GA Content Experiments and the Shut down of Google Website Optimiser

The hangout had State of Search bloggers Sam Noble and Carla Marshall there to answer the questions and give us their views. The hangout was hosted by Bas van den Beld. Be sure to keep an eye on our Hangout Page to see when the next one will be on.

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Bas van den Beld is a speaker, trainer and online marketing strategist. Bas is the founder of Stateofdigital.com. -- You can hire Bas to speak, train or consult.
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