User talk:SEO Consultant

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Hi SEO Consultant, welcome to MyWikiBiz. We're happy that you've taken the steps to become a member of our site. MyWikiBiz is a directory where any person, any company, any product, or any thing can author their own legacy. We seek to provide the space for 265 million entities. Our registered editors like you have generated over 60,000 pages so far -- help keep that number growing with an article about yourself, your business, your industry, your favorite product, hobby, or organization. Since 2008, MyWikiBiz.com has served up over 1 million page views. Get started authoring your legacy today!

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<sharethis /> Snerfling 09:57, 13 February 2007 (PST)

Unless Main space external links are to actual reference sources, we tend to avoid using them in order to avoid what's going on at Wikipedia. That is, link spam, reverts, edits, deletions, etc. The way we set up Main space marketing is via Centiare:Aficionados; not only is it the most fair to all users, but it tends to force the article to maintain a certain brevity & NPOV.
What it also does, since Aficionados provides links to interests & contributions, is allow users to create more valuable content within their protected Directory listings. If you have any questions/comments, please take a look at Boxing to see a good example of how it works. Snerfling 17:44, 13 February 2007 (PST)
Ok, I set it up for you via your User:SEO Consultant page. If you really want to see how the tags work, you should first create a directory listing for the web site you were trying to link to. Once you have that in place, you can do all sorts of interesting things like this user or this one.
Note the use of tags, ASK queries & RDFs. If you take a look at the RDF output, you might notice it looks an awful lot like a Google sitemap. Snerfling 18:00, 13 February 2007 (PST)