SierraTradingPost.com Launches Hiking Web Site at LifeTips.com

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LifeTips announces the launch of the Hiking Tip Site in the LifeTips network, providing tips to millions of information seekers at LifeTips.com.

Hiking is not only a great form of exercise, but it’s a hobby many people enjoy, and we look forward to providing all levels of hikers a place to seek out information for their next journey.

LifeTips announces the launch of the Hiking Tip Site in the LifeTips network, providing tips to millions of information seekers at LifeTips.com. Sierra Trading Post is the exclusive Hiking client in the LifeTips network.

The new Hiking Tip Site (http://hiking.lifetips.com) answers readers' questions about hiking gear, different hiking trails, and offers safety tips and guidelines for overnight and day trips. Readers can also subscribe to receive a free weekly hiking tips newsletter.

"Though we have established a strong reputation for great bargains, we anticipate an even deeper connection with our visitors by offering valuable equipment information and safety tips to enhance their hiking experience,” said Chad Atchison, SEO Specialist for Sierra Trading Post.

About three million people visit LifeTips.com each month. The company's network of informational sites provides 68,000 tips on just about everything. In fact, Google indexes nearly 150,000 different LifeTips.com pages. The site continues to grow, adding an average of 30 new Tip Sites and sponsors to the network each month; much of that growth is due to the quality of the LifeTips.com advice and the site's ability to provide sponsors with greater search engine visibility.

"It is rewarding to be working with Sierra Trading Post on our site," said Byron White, president of LifeTips.com. “Hiking is not only a great form of exercise, but it’s a hobby many people enjoy, and we look forward to providing all levels of hikers a place to seek out information for their next journey."

Sample Hiking Tip

  • Sending Distress Signals

Should you find yourself in need of contacting emergency rescue teams and you do not have a working cell phone, try using light. You can use a flashlight to send an SOS signal. Six signals per minute with a minute interval is the internationally recognized Mountain Distress Signal. If you do not have a flashlight, reflect the sun's rays with a mirror or other shiny object. This is a good way of getting the attention of a nearby plane or boat.

About Sierra Trading Post

Headquartered in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Sierra Trading Post operates a trio of retail stores, an online store http://www.SierraTradingPost.com, and eight mail order catalogs with an annual circulation of 60 million.

About LifeTips.com

LifeTips offers content solutions and link strategy that help clients earn trust and build relationships with new customers, drive more traffic to their web sites, and improve conversions and increase sales. Over 500+ writers create content for the company's 200+ Tip Sites and for clients' web sites and informational marketing campaigns. The company was founded by Byron White in 2000 and has success well documented in many major publications.

With proper attribution and a link to the appropriate source, media representatives are free to use tips from any of the Tip Sites at LifeTips, including the hiking tips® (http://hiking.lifetips.com).

For more information:

Byron White

LifeTips.com

877-454-3384

http://www.lifetips.com

Vena Hartman

Sierra Trading Post

307-775-8369

http://www.SierraTradingPost.com

This release distributed by PRWeb, the official newswire of LifeTips.com.

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