August 24, 2010 Leave a comment
If you have a llama website, then you have it for several reasons. You want to showcase your llamas, farm, photos, and most importantly sell llamas. Unfortunately, as a single farm website, you are at a disadvantage when it comes to web traffic. If you are trying to sell some of your llamas, then you need them listed where you will get the most exposure. That makes sense right?
Instead of posting long information pages about your llamas on your own site, create profiles of your llamas on Lama Market. You will then have access to tools such photo galleries, a visual pedigree with links, a contact form, and more. You listing will be automatically search engine optimized for the search engines to index and list your listing in search results.
How do I add “Llamas For Sale” to my website?
Even though you are not listing you llamas that you have for sale directly on your website, it is essential that you link to them. Here is how we do it:
1. Advanced Search: Go to Lama Market’s Advanced Search Engine
2. Select Section: Select the Section as “Llamas”
3. Select Seller: Find your name under the Seller drop down selection box and select it.
4. Select Category: Select the Category as “For Sale”
5. Search: Click the SEARCH button at the bottom of that search form.
6. Copy Website Address: Once you have completed all the above steps, the results that load will be the current list of llamas that you have for sale. Go ahead and COPY the current website address in the URL box at the top of your browser.
7. Link From Your Site: Link to this copied website address from your website. You can use this HTML CODE below as a guide. Just replace the red text with the copied URL web address from the search results and place the HTML on your own website. If needed, contact your webmaster and direct them to this tutorial.
<a href=”REPLACE_WITH_YOUR_COPIED_ADDRESS” target=”_blank”>Llamas For Sale</a>
The end result will look like this:
This step-by-step guide can be used to integrate your website with Lama Market. If you have questions about this tutorial, please comment on this blog.