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What You Can Do to Promote Your Own Website
Get the most impact from your site with the Big Three

1-Place Your Website Address on Everything You Do!
  • Stationary
  • Business Cards
  • Invoices/Statements
  • Yellow Page Ads
  • Cars, Trucks, Vans
  • All Advertising
  • Newsletters
  • Direct Mail
  • Building
  • Signs
  • T-shirts, Hats, Jackets
  • Free Handouts (keychains, coffee cups, magnets)
  • Product Instructions
2-Exchange Links
Request a link exchange with related companies to and from each other's websites
  • Suppliers - If you sell Komfort trailers,  you'd like a link from Komfort's website to yours as an authorized dealer, and you would link back to them, to give more specific information to your customers.
  • Complementary Businesses - If you sold Komfort trailers, but did not sell supplies, an ideal link would be to and from Camping World, or other sellers of RV supplies.
  • Gateway Websites - Some websites inform and provide valuable info for consumers on a specific subject or product. If you were a fishing guide, you would want to be listed on the major fishing sites, with searchable databases of  fishing guides in all areas, and for all types of fishing.
3-Order a link from your online Yellow Pages to your website.
     Everyone in the business section of the phone directory gets a listing in the online phone book. The reason you need a link to your site lies in how high you come up on the  list when an inquiry is made for the category in which you appear. 

     Customers with a link to their site get listed in a special section, above those without links, who appear only in alphabetical order. 

     The higher up on the first page you appear, the more likely you are to get a click to your website. Viewers then have an opportunity  to determine if you have what they need, and read up on why they should do business with you.

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