ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / October 19, 2018 / Findit, Inc. (OTC PINK: FDIT) a Nevada Corporation offers insight into the reasons Findit members double down on their investment into the platform and its services.
1. Index long-tail keywords and searches
While they may already own their top pick of a URL, members often buy Findit URLs that help them target what are known as "long-tail keywords." Long-tail keywords are phrases that are searched for less often. However, these slightly more obscure terms offer some of the best SEO opportunities because there's less competition for them, meaning there's more opportunity to rank for them and to potentially dominate these long-tail targets. Additionally, long-tail searches can yield greater rewards. For a plumbing company based in Sandy Springs, Georgia, ranking on the first page of Google for "Sandy Springs plumbers" will likely bring similar business as ranking on the first page for "plumbers." The first query is a long-tail keyword, but that's an industry where proximity to the customer is a factor.
2. Reduce pay-per-click (PPC) costs
Instead of spending heaps of money to rank through pay-per-click advertisements, Findit users are able to climb to the first page of Google organically. SEO is all about organic results because it means that the business owner doesn't have to continue to pay for ads in order to be seen online. SEO is more sustainable long-term than SEM or PPC ads.
3. Keep competitors from getting them
After Findit members see how beneficial Findit URLs and the content management platform are for their SEO, they purchase multiple URLs to keep their competitors from getting them. This is arguably the most powerful testimony for what Findit is capable of from an online visibility standpoint.
4. Match URLs to specific website landing pages
Certain businesses offer a variety of services or products. For instance, an apparel company might sell shirts, shoes, pants, and hats. Instead of trying to cluster all of that content together under one Findit address, the business owner could build content around each type of apparel they offer and place the relevant content under separate Findit URLs.
5. Use URLs to create landing pages
Another reason why members own multiple Findit URLs is that it enables them to use them as landing pages without necessarily needing a full blown website - although, they can still have one. One scenario in which this makes sense is a business that has multiple locations and a need to target these areas with distinct content. The Findit member could buy a URL for each location and focus on content that serves that demographic.
About Findit, Inc.
Findit, Inc., (OTC Pinksheets FDIT) owns Findit.com which is a Social Media Content Management Platform that provides an interactive search engine for all content posted in Findit to appear in Findit search. The site is an open platform that provides access to Google, Yahoo, Bing and other search engines access to its content posted to Findit so it can be indexed in these search engines as well. Findit provides Members the ability to post, share and manage their content. Once they have posted in Findit, we ensure the content gets indexed in Findit Search results. Findit provides an option for anyone to submit URLs that they want indexed in Findit search result, along with posting status updates through Findit Right Now. Status Updates posted in Findit can be crawled by outside search engines which can result in additional organic indexing. All posts on Findit can be shared to other social and bookmarking sites by members and non-members. Findit provides Real Estate Agents the ability to create their own Findit Site where they can pull in their listing and others through their IDX account. Findit offers News and Press Release Distribution. Findit, Inc., is focused on the development of monetized Internet-based web products that can provide an increased brand awareness of our members. Findit, Inc., trades under the stock symbol FDIT on the OTCPinksheets.
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By Connor Judson Garrett
SOURCE: Findit, Inc.