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Re: Business Classified listing, information from Freecom.

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Sat, 28 Apr 2007 8.58AM
Subject: RE: Business Classified listing, information from Freecom.

Advertising in Business Directories is all about how much traffic they receive.
A new directory by definition is not going to have much traffic.
One of the advantages of being on the first pages of Google is that most new directories place you in for free as they need some entries to attract people.
My advice is to avoid this or insist on a free trial and then I will monitor traffic coming from this source.

From: []
Sent: 28 April 2007 08:52
Subject: Fwd: Business Classified listing, information from Freecom.

Hi Charles
For your attention.
New website will be ready in Two wks time
buty salon
-----Original Message-----
Sent: Fri, 27 Apr 2007 10.32AM
Subject: Business Classified listing, information from Freecom.

Hi Mal
I hope you are well, as perr our conversation yesterday, I just wanted to send you some information on business classified, which is a new search engine friendly listing service we are offering clients.
It is based around adding you to a business directory, using a description and some key phrases for the different services that you offer, for either a local, county or national listing.
With our business classified listings, because the business classified site has so many pages and links, google ranks it very highly, so appearing on there massively increases your chances of getting found on google at the top of the natural listings. You can view the business classified listings here -, it is a directory of companies which people use to find services, but crucially it does fantastically well in google as advised.
What we do is create a place in the directory - you can see an example of a customer we have recently added here : This company are listed as glazers in middlesex, if you try a search for "glazer in middlesex" you will see, the top 2 links in the natural listings are business classified and link through to this card. From there they can see the company details and link to the site. I can show you some more examples if you want.
I would recommend setting one of these up for yourselvesusing the relevant keyword for the services you offer, such as "facials in London", "massages in UK" or whichever local, county or national listing and keyprases you apply.
As far as costs are concerned, for a town listing, the cost is either £200 setup cost to build the page on business classified and set it up and £30 a month, or you can pay a one off fee of £500 for a 12 month listing (all excluding vat) up to a National Listing which will have you appear with searches for anywhere in the UK is £1000 setup and £100 a month, this can also be paid upfront for £1750.
This is a fantastic way for customers to find you using the search engines, alongside your site and the marketing that is done with that.
If you have any questions please let me know, or should you wish to proceed, I can send you an order form via fax and we can get you on pretty much straight away.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this, I will give you a call later if I don't hear back from you.
many thanks

Phil Mutton
Account Manager

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