Aug 06, 2013
We are now offering free basic listings in our Online Business Directory. As we grow we will be offering additional capabilities at a low cost to enhance your business listing presence on the Frontenac News website. When additional capabilities are available we will let you know. In the meantime, check the Business Directory out and contact us to get your company included.
Why Join the Frontenac News Business Listings
There are thousands of business directories online with more appearing each day. It is important to choose directories that will help your website achieve greater presence and page rank on the web.
When conducting a search for "online news" with the addition of virtually any town within the Frontenac region, the Frontenac News site ranks higher than most other regional news sites. This indicates that Google has determined that the Frontenac News has a high traffic volume and a high Google domain and page rank. Simply said Google recognizes that people like and go to the Frontenac News Site as a viable and relevant source of information.
Listing your company and company URL on online websites with a high page rank can help help your website appear higher in search results for certain terms and increase the chances that people will find your website first.
Current statistics show that people turn to online directories first, especially when trying to locate regional or niche businesses first. You are clearly closer to contact with your potential customer because the Frontenac News Directory ranked high and the potential customer has already determined that there is a specific need for your service.
Our next step is to ensure that your listing provides the information that the customer needs and directs them to your website or makes it easy to contact you.
Want to enhance your Business Listing
The Frontenac News has already made attempts to include local businesses. If your business is included in the site and you would like to enhance/remove or modify your current listing please contact us.
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