Today, Case Ernsting writes in the Search Engine Journal how finding new ways to attract inbound links is one of the hardest parts of SEO. As part of this perspective, he describes how every SEO expert should be aware of WikiCity Guides to help further their efforts for local SEO. Read more: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/trouble-linkbuilding-write-the-copy/22280/#ixzz0sNeHBbPw
WikiCity Guides is pleased to announce that it now offers over 22,000 community event calendars across the United States. With this addition, users are able to add and improve upon millions of upcoming local events. With this additional content, we hope to provide some of the most comprehensive event listings across the communities we serve.
Kimball is a city in Kimball County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 2,559 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Kimball County.
Kimball is located in the southwestern corner of the Nebraska Panhandle, and bills itself literally as the “The High Point of Nebraska!”. In fact, Panorama Point is 5,424 feet above sea level, and is marked by a small monument located just outside of the town. For more information, please visit the Kimball – Banner County Chamber of Commerce.
Thanks to Paul Bradshaw and his Online Journalism Blog for allowing us to contribute an article outlining our experiences building and growing WikiCity Guides. Within this contributed post we outline (i.) key factors driving online journalism, (ii.) Journalism as the new “Wild West”, (iii.) and the evolution of the WikiCity Guides project in relation to hyperlocal news and wiki journalism as a whole.
Please visit Paul’s blog to read the entire post: http://onlinejournalismblog.com/2010/05/20/wiki-journalism-the-experiences-of-wikicity-guides/
Special thanks to Gregg Christensen from the Nebraska Department of Education for spotlighting WikiCity Guides as part of his March/April Entrepreneur Newsletter . As part of this coverage, Gregg highlights WikiCity Guides, its role within the collaborative “new media” space, and how it can be used in an educational setting. Again, Gregg, thank you.
Thanks to Editor & Publisher magazine for helping us share our story about our recent partnership with the Wahoo Newspaper. We’re very excited this new partnership, so special thanks to Shawn from E & P!
In other news, Jeff Jarvis of BuzzMachine asks “What is content?” He goes on to say that content is everywhere and with new media, we are all content creators. http://www.buzzmachine.com/2010/04/07/what-is-content-then/#comments