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Directory Submission To Improve SEO

Directory Submission | SEO | Madison WI | Dialog Marketing Services

A Directory Submission program enhances SEO by creating trustworthy backlinks from directories showing relevance to search engines. This, in turn, improves organic search results which then increases traffic which further bolsters relevance from the search engine’s perspective.

Online directory submission has been growing in popularity as it relates to improving SEO. The Google search algorithm changes in recent years have refocused attention on the types of content one has on their website and what type of backlinks they have.

Directory submission services have been around a long time. But recently, after poor backlink practices had been exposed and many websites affected through the Google updates, online business directories and citation sites have been seen as good way to add higher quality backlinks to websites and improve SEO.

The reality is using a directory submission process as part of your SEO strategy is a best practice and is only one piece of the process that will help move the SEO meter. That said, there is no doubt having scores, even hundreds of listings with identical information will allow Google and other search engines to index listings and attribute more status to your site. Additionally, with the number of mobile devices being used for search increasing, the opportunity to capture more interested prospects through online directory and citation sites exists.

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Online Reputation Management, Yelp Reviews and Google Plus

Reputation Management - Online Reviews - Madison WI - Dialog Marketing Services

Online Reputation Management starts with serving the customer and getting their positive feedback online

Reputation management, as we know it today, is simple Business 101. Your goal is to create a satisfied customer inclined to become a repeat customer and who will share their good experience others.

It seems the more things change the more they stay the same.

Before the internet age, I read studies showing on average, a satisfied customer would likely share their positive experience with three potential customers. Conversely, an unsatisfied customer was inclined to tell nineteen people about their perceived bad experience. That translates into six satisfied customers needed to counteract one unsatisfied customer. That can be an online reputation management challenge.

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