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The importance of using keyword tags when creating your business listing. 

When creating your business listing please keep in mind that it is very important you add proper “tags” that relate to your services. This is critical for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) purposes. For example, you are creating a listing for your business named “Best Wildlife Control” and let’s say would like to promote services for mole removal and you want exposure in Danbury, CT.  It is important that you create a tag for that, i.e. “mole removal in Danbury, CT” you can also create tags using zip codes, i.e. “mole removal 06810” or use both “mole removal Danbury, CT 06810”. There is no limit on creating tags so have at it. If you provide the service, make sure you add the corresponding keyword tags. This will help your company’s listing show up within Google and other search engines such as Yahoo and Bing. Once your add is created, we will do our best to assist with your content to verify everything is setup correctly.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us, we would be more than happy to assist with creating your business listing.

February 19, 2016 |

NC Wildlife Officials vote down proposed alligator hunting season



WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) – The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission voted on different proposed changes to rules regarding the state’s game land, inland fishing regulations, and wildlife management.

RELATED: Panel considers North Carolina’s 1st alligator hunting season

The commission voted Thursday to disapprove the proposed alligator hunting season because of, “an abundance of caution and desire for additional biological information,” according to the commission.


Landon Zimmer, a N.C. Wildlife Commissioner, said the goal was to preserve the state’s resources. He said once the biologists return with more information on the alligators and their birthrates and nesting habits, then they will be able to make a decision on the proposed hunting season.

One man in wildlife removal services is worried allowing people to hunt for alligators would wipe out the population.

He feared people don’t know enough about how to properly capture and kill an alligator.

“It’s a problem, and I don’t know just how they would do it, unless they get supervised hunts. In other words, a man gets a permit, and a wildlife official goes with him,” James English said.

The commission did state in a release that they would, “examine options that would utilize the skills and expertise of North Carolina sportsmen and women to provide assistance in removal of alligators under nuisance or depredation circumstances.”

English said he only sees a reason to kill if it is posing a threat to a human being.

“A ten foot gator could be terribly dangerous, so could a nine foot one. I mean he could grab a man and just swim off with him easy. So, if he’s hanging out in a park or a public area. Why wait until he grabs somebody before you do anything?,” English asked.

Although English agreed there are some benefits to killing the larger gators, he worries people will accidentally shoot the smaller ones.

English added that he thinks people will just throw the smaller alligators out and try again, meaning more lose their lives.

He said killing the smaller gators will eventually wipe out the population.

February 16, 2016 |
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