|Weekly SEO news: 20 October 2009|
to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're showing you how you can optimize the listings of your website on Google Maps. Good listings on Google Maps can result in many website visitors.
In the news: Google makes clear that webmasters should not obsess about PageRank, Yahoo's paid inclusion program will be discontinued, search rankings for September and more.
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|1. How to get your website above the regular results on Google - without paying for it|
For many businesses, it is very important to be listed in Google Maps. If you offer a service or a product that is relevant to a special area, you might miss many visitors if your website is not listed in Google Maps.
Your website can be listed on page one, above the regular results
Quick access to your company information
How to get listed on Google Maps
How to optimize your Google Maps listing
If you follow the tips above, your website will get a good listing in Google Maps. Do not spam Google and describe your business without exaggeration. Include your keywords in your company description but don't overdo it.
In addition to being listed in Google Maps, it is important to be listed in the regular results on Google. IBP's Top 10 Optimizer can help you to get your website on Google's first result page for the keywords of your choice.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. Browser plugins for Keywordindex|
Our free keyword suggestion tool has become very popular since its release. You can now access KeywordIndex through two new web browser plugins:
1. Access KeywordIndex.com from the search box of your web browser
2. Access KeywordIndex.com from Google's toolbar
|4. Success stories|
"I'm happy to report that I am on Google's first page."
|5. Previous articles|