- Nov 2, 2020
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This is an open question, since I haven't been able to find anything definitive (or even a correlation). The local SEO consensus is that local links are more effective at driving local rankings than non-local links. Does anybody know if there's been a study done at some point that backs this up? The logic makes sense (given Google's push towards relevant links), but just curious to see if anyone's seen anything in the real world to support it.