Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by ChevyFan, Jan 29, 2007.
i herd about it from google. i love it!!!
Google . I think was doing a search for gas mileage or something :tongue:
Googling for a 1993 GMC Yukon GT. I wasnt getting the results I wanted , so I tried GMC trucks . Thats how I found this site.
Very cool. I didn't know that we had so many people finding us through Google. We're still trying to move towards to top 5 or 10 for many of the keywords, hopefully we'll get there soon.
I must confess I to Googled my way in here. I think I just searched 03 trailblazer or something like that.
That good that we're getting listed higher and higher on Google each week. We are almost always in the top 5 on MSN and Yahoo. Hopefully we'll get that high on google too soon.
Thanks to everyone who's got a blog, or a myspace page where you're linking to this site. That helps us A LOT on Google rankings.
I Googled a 1990 Chevy Suburban and came across this site. I must be doing something right.
Craigslist spam (Dallas-Fort Worth)
I've been flagging off every version of this club (Suburban, Equinox, Trailblazer, etc) UNTIL the last round of postings where it was mentioned in the posting that this site is run by local D/FW people.
So now it's not spam to me anymore. And since I have owned a 1984 Suburban since late December, there's no reason for me not to join. I will say there are a LOT of ads, though. But there IS content, and that's what message boards are all about.
Well, I'd have to say that there isn't much spam on craigslist that came from me. I've posted no more than about 10 messages ever on craigslist about this site every really.
I'm trying to find a way to keep all of this stuff going without costing me any money. Some days I don't make anything ... like $3 or so, with the rising cost of bandwidth and hosting costs and URLs and etc. It would be nice to find a way to keep it running w/o having to run ads though.
ANYHOW, thanks for joining up! :lol:
found this site while searching for chevy tahoe on wikipedia.org... there was an external link at the bottom.
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