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Why Finding Local Content is Hard Work

5 February 2011 No Comment

Matt McGee , assignment editor @ SearchEngineLand, answers three questions on his blog HyperlocalBlogging:

This blogpost was nominated for a semmy award for best post in search marketing 2010

Matt McGee now closed hyperlocalblogging but continues blogging .  For example this great article on how to use flickr for marketing.

Bloggers Write About Events

Bloggers mostly write, not on their city , province or country, but on some event.  As for example the anitques diva story on TEFAF in Maastricht. Or the shop owner in Maastricht Branko Popovic on his Fashion Clash event , I found it through the event magazine which I bought at the bookstore annex church near the Vrijthof. Kung Fu Maastricht on the Chinese New Year 2011 of the Rabbit. Norbert Koreman writes about the European Fine Food Fair in the MECC Maastricht and cooking.

Bloggers don’t link, too much text,  wrong platform

Law students in Maastricht have written a lot of blogposts that are really hard to find, because they don’t link to anyone and they all blog on some University website. The main editor of TV Limburg miranda Gijsen once had two blogs,  proud of Limburg and made in limburg.

Bloggers from Limburg deserve a piece of cake

A list by Mariette of bloggers  who have some sort of connection with Limburg

It’s the story that counts

History is also a hot topic when blogging is concerned. The history of the canal between Limburg and Liège. The history of the mines in Limburg and Liège. Pictures of the exposition of 1905 in Liège. Or this story of  a barber from Maastricht.




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