In the 283rd episode of Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if different website properties should have a different NAP. The exact question was: Should different website properties have different NAP? (Name, address, phone number?) Working with an umbrella corporation that has multiple ecomm website brands. I want to have SEO Power Shields for each individual ecomm property, but worried about any penalties or issues that may occur with shared or overlapping NAP? Is uniqueness important in structured data for each site? Also curious which URL shortner you suggest these days since Google has stopped their ... Read more
In episode 278 of Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if there will be an NAP issue if the client’s YouTube channel name is different from its website. The exact question was: If time allows. I have a client who has a different name on their YouTube channel than website. The main site is an agency and the YouTube is luxury agency The picture is consistent with other social media properties. Is that a problem?
In episode 276 of Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if it would cause a ranking problem if the business name used words and symbols interchangeably. The exact question was: Good day Gents thanks for this platform to give real world answers that work. I have a client whos business name includes the word “”and”” some expressions of their name the use “”&”” is this a huge problem?
In episode 192 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked whether having the city name displayed on Facebook different to that on the GMB listing will cause NAP inconsistencies. The exact question was: Hi guys, thanks you for all the content you put on the channel for free. It’s a great reference. I got 2 short questions: 1. I have a verified GMB listing and when setting up the Facebook profile, the city name displays differently (FB only allows to pick from a display menu). Will this cause any NAP inconsistency with my GMB profile (which I prefer ... Read more