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Locally Targeted Keywords Boost Organic Search Visibility for Florida Fabric Store Advertisers with the Boomja Network

Fabric stores and interior design specialists can attract more shoppers in organic search from many more geographies with new locally targeted keywords.

Dec 11 2013, 9:00am CST | by

Orlando, FL, December 11, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Boomja Network today announced an expanded list of localized keywords for fabric and upholstery stores in the state of Florida. These new search terms are designed to provide added visibility and increased organic search traffic for companies that advertise with the Boomja Network. The selected keywords include the following:

· Fabric Stores
· Curtains & Window Treatments
· Drapery Fabric
· Outdoor Acrylic Fabric
· Designer Fabric
· Furniture Reupholstery
· Upholstery Fabric

These terms have been specifically selected to rank highly in local organic search engine results and to provide exceptional results for companies that advertise in the Boomja Network’s directory of interior designers at interiordesignersfl.boomja.com.

According to a July 2013 report, “Fabric, Craft & Sewing Supplies Stores in the US” from business analysis firm IBISWorld, the fabric, craft and sewing supply industry constitutes a $5 billion industry in the U.S. alone. The report predicts that these stores will continue their recent pattern of growth as a result of increased demand among younger craft enthusiasts as well as the established client base in the baby boomer demographic. Companies that advertise with Boomja are more likely to reach potential customers in more local markets while increasing the name recognition and online presence that can help increase profitability in this expanding marketplace.

Local organic search marketing campaigns are especially important in the fabric industry; direct interpersonal interaction and display of available materials can make a real impression on potential clients. By targeting the right clientele with localized keyword advertising in the Boomja Network, stores that sell fabrics and reupholstery materials can often influence and boost their visibility, foot traffic and sales to a considerable degree. This can ensure a greater degree of success for retail fabric businesses and improved returns on their online advertising investments.

About the Boomja Network
BoomjaNetwork.com helps businesses overcome the barriers to advertising in local organic search results beyond their own locations. The Boomja Network’s authoritative business directories enable businesses to achieve high positions in search results in handfuls to thousands of targeted local markets. The proprietary technology provides search engines with highly relevant local citations that match the exact ways buyers search and refine their search online for products and services in the locations they would like to find them. This process delivers buyers and traffic from local organic search results that are difficult to impossible for individual businesses or websites to achieve on their own.

Contact Information:
The Boomja Network
Buff Bowen
(203) 513-9338
Contact via Email

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