- By calcoastwebdesign
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- 28 Sep 2007
Hello everyone! I’ve spoken about content before and how important it is to your website’s success within the search engines. Tonight I’d like to talk about one specific type of content. Cal Coast Web Design sets up community pages for each of its clients and these pages are constructed specifically for the purpose of catching the eyes of the search engines.
When you think of the words community pages you will probably assume that the page contains information about the area or areas you work in or provide service to. You would be correct in your assumption but there is more to it that just your area information. It’s no longer acceptable to speak of just one city or area but instead you need to load that page up with the specifics of your area. Let’s say for example you are a real estate agent that servers Dana Point here in Southern California.
Dana Point is a very popular city and providing specific information on that city will pose no problem. What most people don’t know though is that located within Dana Point is the community of Monarch Beach. Now since you serve Dana Point your website is obviously going to deal with that city, but you also want to make sure you dedicate a community page to a smaller city like Monarch Beach.
Being as specific as possible with your main and smaller communities will give not only the search engines more information to rank you with but your visitors will have access to a larger amount of information as well. The more viable information you provide about areas and products the better your site performs with the search engines and your visitors! If you haven’t yet added additional information to your website for smaller areas you should consider doing so right away to help further your search engine optimization. If you’re not sure what to write about you may contact us for help anytime.