Multi-location sites are becoming more popular every day. As some businesses wish to branch out to different locations, such as colleges and universities, having a unique web presence for each location is essential. Here are some ways to make each location search engine optimization-friendly.
Just over a year ago Ted Williams, the man with "the golden voice," was caught on a video that went on YouTube which went viral. A day later, Ted Williams was hired by CBS News, got a haircut and went into drug Rehab.
Now "the man with the golden voice" has a much different look. He now has a clean haircut, glasses, is no longer wearing a camouflage jacket and is living in a house.
One way to get backlinks is by submitting to online directories. However, when you submit to an article directory, you are basically at the mercy of the webmaster. The only way to ensure that you are never rejected for an article ever again is to make your own directories. As the saying goes, if you want something done right, do it yourself.
However, creating a directory worth posting on is only part of the battle. Experience has taught us that "if you build it, they will come" does not apply with websites. Additional work needs to be done, especially in being "found" by search engines like Google and Bing. If your directory is easily seen on these search engines, it gives the article directory enough "SEO value" to link to other websites.
So, how does one properly go about this? Here are some tips.
This will be Martha Stewart in a few years. You wouldn't think this was so funny if this is your mother-in-law :-)
Yeah, it has over 857,000 views since debuting in December 11, 2011. But the bottom line is it's FUNNY!!!