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Promote Your Resume Business Website!
While we make our websites to be search engine friendly and easy to navigate, you need to do your share. Resume Businesses on the net are becoming popular, but there is no particular market dominator. This is why everyone has a chance to be successful in the resume business.
When a client decides he/she wants a resume written, he/she will mostly go to www.google.com and type "Resume Service". If your company doesn't appear in the top 50 results, how are clients going to find you? Google has made it easy to appear on the top 10 pages by offering pay-per-click advertising. While this is cost effective, you must track your campaign very precisely.
3 Way to increase your search engines ranking for your resume business are as follows:
Build links: Ask other relevant websites, such as writing institutions, recruiter websites, etc to give you a link to your site. Engines like Google, love links. The more, the better. And when requesting these links, make sure that the link text is for the keyword you are targeting.
Write Articles: You can write articles and submit them to online article sites. At the bottom of your article you can have a link to your resume business. This is sneaky and very effective!
Good Content: Search engines like good content, so having a powerful website is a key role player. Make sure you have keywords on your website.
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