If you haven’t submitted your website to the major search engines in a while (as a fews months) or better yet since the last time you changed the content on your site, I thought I’d just provide links to the major ones for your convenience. Enjoy.
Such a simple phrase with such possibilities. When was the last time you submitted any news or a webpage to Digg.com? For those not familiar, Digg is one of the largest social media sites consisting solely of user generated content. Using Digg can be a great way to create new links to your website (links are a big piece of the search engine optimization game). If you have a blog, Digg your blog content with social bookmarks (like at the beginning or end of the post) and be sure to add a description about the submission. However, do NOT copy the first few lines of your article into the description. Duplicate content is not advised.
Additionally, your visitors can also Digg your posts right on your blog using Digg Tools if you’re feeling fancy (or want your webmaster to do it).
Remember, content is still most important so be sure to give your visitors something to Digg.
Try Digg by selecting the button below this link that matches the “Digg Guy” in this post.
This week we announced the completion of our integration with the MarthaStewart.com Weddings website. Engaged users planning their weddings will now be able to search our vendor catalog right on MarthaStewart.com. In addition, our robust suite of planning tools is also going to now live on their website as well.
This marks a few months of development that has gone into this integration project and we’re really excited about it. As WeddingWire vendors, your listing now will get published on both sites, which means increased visibility for you.
Find your listing on MarthaStewart.com/weddings here.
P.S. – Your reviews show up as well so be sure to continue asking your past clients for those reviews.