Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 29, 2013
There are two key features for websites which really make them stand out above the crowd: keyhole markup language and Schema.org structured data.
A new local SEO tool developed by Travis Van Slooten in partnership with JD Media Surge, LLC can generate schema structured data for search engines at no charge to the website owner. The same tool will also create a KML file.
“I developed this new tool because it makes a big difference in a website's rankings in the search engines, especially for small business websites,” he said.
"The schema structured data alone can bump a website up several pages in a search engine ranking," Mr. Slooten said. "Poor or missing tags will push the page down in the ranks," he said.
“If you are not ranked in the top 3 on Google your business is missing our on potential customers. Each missed customer is money that goes to your competitors and this tool can give that little extra competitive edge some website need.”
The KML file provides webmasters with an easy way to sync their location with the search engines. This is especially important for businesses which rely on local customers coming in.
“While a lot of the Internet is based on ordering and shipping, there are plenty of local businesses which reply on local customers. Dentists, plumbers, hair salons and even brick and mortar retail stores rely on local customers,” Mr. Slooten said. “This KML file helps sync your website and business locally on Google maps and the other search engines.”
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