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Organic Search Rankings Are Critical

Business Directories are great places to start.

LinkedIn.com – You can build a company profile, as well as individual profiles for key employees and founders. Select “Other” when setting your first web site link to create custom anchor text. Also take advantage of the two additional links available, but no custom anchor text is allowed.

Digg – Digg is great for traffic generation, and while not the bigtime it once was, it is still a large community. Plus, you can submit articles you want to promote, and links to those articles are followed by search engines.

Foursquare – Even if you’re not a check-in fool, you should set up Foursquare profiles, as the link you associate with your account is followed.

Reddit – An article submission site in the Digg line. Very active with highly engaged users. The links you submit will not deal with the no – follow attribute.

Squidoo – Create as many Squidoo “lenses” as you desire, about related business topics. A lens typically consists of a blog post type article, with links to other recommended sources.

StumbleUpon – An article discovery site that’s exceedingly busy and popular. Drives