Last week, Thursday, I woke up and the mad scientist in me demanded an experiment. So, I decided to see how quickly I could go from zero to Page One of Google of a website for local search terms. I mean, I was ready to start at absolutely zero…no domain name…nothing. After some mental discussion with myself about what industry I wanted to get build this site for, I decided on electricians. Everyone needs and electrician. Seriously, I could prune my trees if I really had to. I could paint walls if I really had to. I could pour some Drano down the sink if I really had to. But, electrical work…no way. Hold a gun to my head and tell me to wire a house, and I’d be seriously challenged. So, I went with electrician industry. I decided to go for search engine rank for the town that is the surf capital of the world, Haleiwa, on the North Shore of the island of Oahu, HI that is the home to many electricians.
Well, according to WhoIs.net I registered the domain name on May 12, 2011. After registering the domain name, I built a search engine optimized website. I did some Search Engine Optimization magic on the site and when I checked it today, May 17, 2011 the site had page one placement for tons of targeted search phrases including: electrician haleiwa, haleiwa electrician, commercial electrician haleiwa, residential electrician haleiwa, haleiwa residential electrician, haleiwa commercial electrician, house wiring haleiwa, circuit breaker haleiwa, exhaust fans haleiwa, track lighting haleiwa, accent lighting haleiwa, light switches haleiwa, electrician north shore oahu, north shore oahu electrician, north shore oahu residential electrician, north shore oahu commercial electrician, commercial electrician north shore oahu, residential electrician north shore oahu.
If you were an electrician and your website showed up on page one of Google, and even page 1, number 1 for about half of those phrases, what difference would that make in your business?
Now, I’m not an electrician so I have no use for the website. Do you know of an electrician that would like more phone calls? Have them email firstname.lastname@example.org about the Haleiwa electrician website for information about how they can own the site.
Got a website, you’d like additional exposure for online? Email email@example.com.
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Oh, and if you do need a residential or commercial electrician in Haleiwa, be sure to check in with Dave Hancock at Paumalu Electric, he’s the guy I personally call when I need an electrician. His number is (808) 638-9054.