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User talk:Lazeez orders
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<sharethis /> Snerfling 16:48, 31 January 2007 (PST)
Your listing looks nice. In case you're interested, there's a couple of tricks using semantic features that really help produce better Google search results, as well as assist building out more information for users/prospective customers to review.
The basic trick is to first create service and/or menu sub-pages. All you need to do is use a forward slash (/) after the listing name like this:
Directory:Lazeez Dinners/Services or Directory:Lazeez Dinners/Menu
Once you've created this sub-page, you can list your various catering services using the Attribute:Service Name tag. Alternatively, you can create separate sub-pages for each service (if you want to provide details, photos, etc) and use the Relation:Service Of tag to relate the service back to Directory:Lazeez Dinners via an ASK query.
You can use the same exact process to list individual menu items (Attribute:Menu Item Name), or provide individual pages (say, that describe the various ingredients, etc) with the tag Relation:Menu Item Of by once again using ASK to automatically build out a menu.
For a great example of someone who is doing exactly what is describe above, check out Directory:KJ Kitchens. If you have any questions/comments, feel free to drop me a line. Snerfling 18:32, 31 January 2007 (PST)