Gambling with your blog reach is a crap shoot. Our City Radio gives you reach.
As a new media journalist, OK, blogger, blog reach was a variable that seemed so far down the road when I was a novice, it was just a distant milestone. I knew content was king, and keywords were queen, reach was an abstract the analysts talked about. Oh for the days when it was that simple. By the way it never was that simple, and it gets more complicated every day. Search engines try to boost the relevance of, not only content, but media type. Blog creation and presentation including video and mobile compatibility result in ranking criteria being somewhat fluid and a strong blog reach is more important than ever to good search engine ranking.
Our City Radio understands the trials local businesses and independent bloggers can have getting to the right audience, we just spent 4 years creating our blogging and distribution network because we too, struggled to create relevance using the search engine controlled free platforms most bloggers start out on. Our City Radio and its multiple linked distribution platforms have been custom designed to create and maximize web 2.0 generating true organic traffic and sustainable top-flight ranking for bloggers. We know because we use it ourselves. As an online indie music promotion station, we rely on this reach to generate exposure for the various artists who use Our City Radio as a distribution platform for their craft.
We have taken this ability to create blog reach and are offering to local businesses and bloggers who are looking to add some extra punch to their publications. Access to Our City Radio blogs give the indie blogger reach by connecting them to our national national network of over 135 city affiliates, each with substantial organic back-linking already in place.
So whether you are a local food or music critic, national direct sale rep, or an organization looking for support, let Our City Radio blogs change the odds in your favor and get the SEO ranking you deserve. Contact us at email@example.com or on Facebook.
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