I’ve been thinking about government SEO and asking myself how local governments could use their websites to help them govern more effectively and save money. The question led to this post. Building Bridges in Communities Reading through one of the local weekly papers in my area I noticed a large public notice announcing a public … Read more Government SEO: What Does Your Local Government Web Site Offer Visitors?
It may be possible that governmental web sites are at least as important, and in some cases more important that most of the other web sites online. They can provide information on when and where to vote, when and where laws are being made, when and where you can access elected and appointed officials, and … Read more SEO for Government: Trying to Find My Town on the Web
I like old buildings and local history, and learning about how towns and areas have grown and developed, and I put together a little project that might give me a quick glimpse of some of the history of each state in the US. It seemed like an easy task to start with, creating a Google … Read more Finding State Capitol Buildings in Google Maps
A question from a recent visitor asked about how to get a government web site to link to their site. It was a good question, and I sent a response with a couple of ideas, and a postscript noting that it was such a good question that I was considering writing a blog post on … Read more Will the Government Link to Your Pages?