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These folks called me and sent me to this web site.
http://www.getwebreach.com/
They didn't quote any prices.
He said they could send me up to 30 bids a month. I asked him who was listed with them. This is very important to me. I dont want to be listed with hacks.
The advertising campaign could be working in 2 to 4 weeks. Alot faster than waiting on the phone book to come out.
It appears to be a marketing campaign or product promoted by yellow book.
If I built my own web site I could list myself with search engines couldn't I?
 

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Are you really that gullible? Who actually listens to telephone solicitors? They are the scum of the earth, and the ONLY reason they are calling you is to suck money out of your pocket. Nobody out there gives a crap about improving your business, they want to improve THEIR business. And that means saying whatever it takes to get money out of your pocket.
 
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ROFLMAO RJS. Your right on. I will try and build my own website and get my own traffic. Currently my brand name is not available ie bla bla] I hate to change my name just for a web address.
I currently do zero advertising, I need to do some.
It reminds me of www.treeservicedirect.com I got on average 6 bids a month @ 6$ per bid. All price shoppers thou.

What I am looking for is a arborist listing thats legit. Currently our book doesnt list arborist at all. All the other hacks say they are arborist but spike trims daily.

Arborist should be listed as under legit ethical standards which its changing but currently it is not.
Search engines are based on propertiery algorithms. Ive done a search and I just still cant understand what that means . http://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram-9902.html

Different search engines work different ways.
http://searchenginewatch.com/showPage.html?page=2168031

On the second page it states. "They follow a set of rules, known as an algorithm. Exactly how a particular search engine's algorithm works is a closely-kept trade secret
 
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Hey nice nice thanks bro,
Robert
 
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