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5 Ways to enhance your Visibility in Search engines Using WOWzzy.comViews: 471
Feb 04, 2010 10:46 am5 Ways to enhance your Visibility in Search engines Using WOWzzy.com#

craig Miller
1. Use your Business Name in your WOWzzy Profile Url

Create a Profile in WOWzzy.com and get ezSmart Site Business Profile
Make sure that you include your business or firmís name

Eg: ca.wowzzy.com/yourcompanyname

2. Include Keywords in your Business Description

Include your most valued Keywords in Description of your Business

See: http://www.wowzzy.com/sf/features.html

3. Link in your Business Profile to relevant pages in your website or Blog

Increasing your links in cyberspace is the surest way of having your company found on the net. Include Direct links to your website, blog etc. This means that links out from your profile, in particular, benefit the search visibility of your website, blog, and other URLs.

4. Add other Business Owners to your Business Profile

Adding other Business Owners to your Business Profile increases the number of customers who will see your ezSmart Site. This also allows you to market to your Affiliate network.

5. Upload Business Images and Business Videos regularly

The More Business images and videos you upload, More time you update your profile more the weight the search engines give to your Business profile

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