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Wanna Help SEO My 404? – CentralPaLiving.Com/404LotsaListingLeads

I’ve been sitting on this idea for probably about a year now, and figured Unchained was the appropriate place to let it rip. So for those of you that were there, you know where I’m going with this.

If you weren’t in Phoenix, please take a minute to visit Centralpaliving.Com/NoOneElseInYourMarketWillDoThisSoDontWorryAboutSharingItWithTheWorld

What you’ll see is basically one of the better real estate marketing ideas I’ve ever had and the latest addition to the CentralPaLiving project.

Once you get to the page, you might get the urge to thank me? Maybe you can do so by hitting CentralPaLiving.Com up with a juicy link from your own 404? Maybe do something like http://centralpaliving.com/(insertyournameorurlhere) so that you pop up when I do a google “links:” query?

Thanks in advance for your thanks :) And thanks also to all the folks on the Scenius in Phoenix who helped turn a pretty good idea into the turbocharged video based squeeze page monster that it is now!

Bonus! — A Screencast Demonstrating This Thing In Action!

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  • 4 comments

    4 Comments so far

    1. Joe Loomer May 6th, 2009 3:33 am

      As someone only recently infected with the SEO bug, I find posts like this extremely informational. I have a phenomenal SEO dude here, and he’s smart enough to tell me he’s not the smartest SEO dude. Got here because he told me to come here. Keep ‘em coming Ryan!

    2. John Kalinowski May 6th, 2009 6:07 am

      Ryan – This is brilliant! Can you provide any help on the 404 portion? Thanks!

    3. Ryan Hartman May 6th, 2009 6:22 am

      Joe – Thanks, yeah. I know little on the seo front also, other than ton’s of content and some links seem to work.

      John – I’ll hook up houseyourmom.com with a “how to tweak the 404 in wordpress” screencast later today.

    4. Adrienne Doss May 9th, 2009 4:19 pm

      That’s a really interesting idea. Have you been doing this for very long, and how is it working out for you?

      My only concern is whether your visitors will be confused when they hit this page, because it doesn’t indicate anywhere that it’s a 404 page. If a customer is looking for a particular page and doesn’t get it, there’s no guidance on what they should do to find that page.