Bookmarking to get your Window Covering Website seen by the right clients
A bookmark is a locally stored Uniform Resource Identifier (URI). All modern web browsers include bookmark features. We’ll bookmark your site to the top 20 bookmarking sites. It is great for SEO.
So how do these social bookmarks we create differ from the local bookmarks you may be accustomed to? Because social bookmarks are professionally developed web entities that increase your site’s overall visibility on the web. Thus, your window covering business will begin to see traffic that is geared to its specific niche more frequently and more organized search results.
Bookmarking That Gives Your Window Covering Clients What They’re Looking For
When searching for a business in a directory or online, what is it that you first notice and most appreciate? Usually, the answer would be whether that business has reviews, ratings, or feedback from other customers like yourself. It is a sure way to generate quality based traffic and attract customers who are merely looking for a product that has already generated relevant consumer confidence.
In this light, bookmarking also gives you a way to gauge the products that are keeping your clients happy and the ones that aren’t. Also, as a window covering retailer, I’m sure you will want to know what products you may have ordered in the past that have generated the most regional fervor. Surely, making inordinate investments in unpopular or malfunctioning products is never a satisfactory way to do business.
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Hello, I’m Steve Dale, owner of Shutter Nation of Orange County. Like most of you, I was an unwilling participant in the great recession of 2009. For three frustrating years, nothing seemed to generate leads: Yellow Pages, Home Improvement Magazines, Val Pac and our network of designers just dried up. Finally, I sought advice from…Read More