clickfind shoots up the results chart in Google

March 15, 2008 at 8:00 am 2 comments


For several relevant key phrases we can now see clickfind on page one of Google (Australia). This is great news, not only for the clickfind team, but for businesses who have listings in the business directory.

After a (relative) short time, clickfind has achieved the following:

  • australian business directory – 04/02/08: not found | 14/03/08: #6
  • australian search engine – 04/02/08: #25 | 14/03/08: #5
  • business directories – 04/02/08: not found | 14/03/08: #9
  • business directory – 04/02/08: not found | 14/03/08: #19

There are still better results to be achieved, and I’m quite sure the results will flow on to the various listings in clickfind.

For the complete seo report, please download the pdf available on this business directories page.

From a website design perspective, having a listing in clickfind is both a money and time saver. The team at clickfind work hard at achieving great SEO results, which brings in more traffic, thus exposing businesses who are listed in the directory to a whole new group of potential clients.

Some small businesses may even do away with having their own website altogether. You can simply purchase a cheap domain name registration ($25.00 for a .com.au) and have it forwarded to your clickfind listing. This will save you lots of money over time by using the unique 500 page products and services listing feature, rather than expensive website maintenance.

Websites belonging to larger businesses will benefit from the brilliant deep link feature available from each one of the clickfind directory’s (up to 500) products and services pages in their own listing.

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Entry filed under: clickfind Business Directory.

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  • 1. DJ Hire Melbourne  |  March 17, 2008 at 1:04 am

    Thanks for this great information about Clickfind, I didn’t even know this website existed. It will be good to see Yellowpages get a run for their money.

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  • 2. Australian Search Engine  |  March 17, 2008 at 2:26 am

    Hi Adrian, thanks for that 😉

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