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January 7th, 2011
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How To Help Your Website Rank Higher

Submission to Listing Directories will help to ensure that customers can find you on search engines, social networks, online yellowpages, and mobile/GPS devices.

Claiming of your business on such sites as Google, Yahoo and Bing is considered one of the main actions that helps visibility of listings. It locks ownership of listings to your company, password-protects it, and adds all the important information you want to list. This is unanimously recommended by local search experts.

Create a Facebook Fanpage. Facebook is increasingly a key place where people look for information about businesses, and where people discuss your products and services.  Having a presence there with a Fanpage is an essential tool in modern-day SEO efforts.

Create FourSquare and Twitter Profiles.  These social sites are some of the most heavily-trafficked on the web, and are places where buzz about your business can appear. This helps you create a profile and presence where you can monitor and control the conversation.

Establishing Social Site Profiles on not only Facebook and Twitter, but also MySpace and Beebo and numerous other sites not only generates customer contacts for your business, but can influence search site rankings as your profiles are spidered by the publishers.

Creation of Blog Sites & Blog Directory Postings with Deep Linking.  Establishing blogs with your profile data on key sites such as Blogger and WordPress that are known to influence search rankings, whether you use them for blogging or not, gives your visibility a lift.

Submission of your videos to the major video sites provides increased discoveribility for your message.  Videos are rated by search engines as higher forms of information and are highly valued as credible sources. Submitting videos with important ranking factors such as links, keywords and descriptions can really give your online efforts a  boost!

By Terry Gill