GulfCoastNews.com Listed High on Top Internet Search Engines
The Internet's most powerful and popular search engines are listing GulfCoastNews.com and its sister site at MississippiCasinos.com in their top search positions for the ways most people would look for such information.
Top Internet search sites such as Google, AOL, MSN and more list GulfCoastNews.com and MississippiCasinos.com on the top positions within their first page for search terms "Gulf Coast News," "Mississippi Coast News" and "Mississippi Casinos." The two sites are also listed high with variations of those search terms. Often, the two sites appear as the number one listing, or within the first five listings on the first page.
Websites live and die for search engine positioning. The fact that these two sites are so highly listed on search engines is a huge benefit for anyone looking for information on casinos in Mississippi or news about the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Website listing on search engines are a key element of visibility on the World Wide Web as most people use search engines to find information and web sites, and getting listed high is extremely difficult for any web designer or programmer. A high search position guarantees the site will be found.
Gulf Coast News, for example, often shows higher in search engine placement than The Sun Herald, WLOX, or the Clarion Ledger for news about the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
MississippiCasinos.com shows higher than any other Mississippi casino site on most search engines, such as AOL Search, Google, and Yahoo. MississippiCasinos.com also is within the top 12 on the general search of "casinos" on Google.
The key to successful advertising on the Internet is whether people can find your site among the millions of websites online. With such high placement on search engines, GulfCoastNews.com and MississippiCasinos.com are premium websites that are easy for people to find on the Internet.
GulfCoastNews.com and MississippiCasinos.com are owned by Burton Communications LLC, founded by long-time Coast journalist Keith Burton, who has worked with Love Communications-the former owners of WLOX TV, The Sun Herald, as well as the Biloxi Press. Burton was also an award-winning News Director for WQID/WVMI radio during the 1980's.