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Boost Your Store’s SEO By Joining Online Directories |  August 16, 2023 (0 comments)


Merrick, NY -- One of the easiest ways to boost your jewelry store's SEO rank is by submitting your information to online directories.

Why? Because it helps your jewelry store's backlinks.

Search engines love when big websites with lots of traffic feature a link back to your website. It's one of Google's biggest ranking factors - how many major websites have your website link on their site.

So as a marketer, one of the easiest ways to do this is by submitting yourself to online directories. This not only includes industry-specific directories, but also general online directories. Here are a few I recommend checking out:

Best Of The Web - - it costs $300 for a lifetime listing on the site, which receives 60,000-70,000 visits per month.

Bing Places - - many stores ignore Bing and only add their listings on Google. However, its worth it alone for the backlinks.

Yelp - - Yelp is a site that some jewelers love and some hate. But getting a backlink to your website from Yelp is big for your SEO - they get 90 million monthly users.

Foursquare - One of the original local directory sites. Visited by 24 million people monthly. Make sure to add your business info to this site to get a strong backlink to your website.


About The Author:

Mike Hauben is the Creative Director and Marketing Director for the Centurion Jewelry Show Centurion. He has over fifteen years experience and holds a number of digital certifications (Google, Yoast, Hubspot, and more). Mike has gained recognition among the jewelry industry in recent years as a popular keynote speaker, author, and trusted expert. He’s spoke at a number of digital conferences, including Centurion, AGS Conclave, and JCK at the Javits Center.

He’s received an Award Of Excellence from MMA Business Magazine and is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He lives with his family in Atlantic Beach, NY.

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