The lakes, streams and reservoirs of , part one
SUMMIT COUNTY — A chilly night, a quiet house, so I scrolled back through the archives to find a few shots featuring water. I’ve had some great feedback on the photoblogs, and in the past few weeks, they’ve often been in the list of most-viewed posts at Summit Voice, partly because the posts are being reblogged and passed on through numerous social media channels. So I want thank BigHorn Materials for stepping up as a sponsor of Summit Voice overall, and as a supporter of Summit Voice photography and photojournalism.
Before giving a presentation to the Summit Independent Business Alliance Tuesday evening, I did one of my regular Google checks to see where Summit Voice ranks. It’s great to see the name pop up on the first page, and often in the top three listings in a variety of searches, including “Summit County photography,” where we’re number two, behind a sponsored link. In a search for “Summit County News,” we popped up as number three, just behind the Summit Daily — but we’ve only been at it for 10 months! Similarly, a search for “Summit County Colorado” brings up Summit Voice near the top of the page, as does “Summit County Weather,” where we’re listed well above any other local source.
If I sound like I’m tooting my own horn, well, I am. And I would love to leverage this search engine relevance on behalf of some other local businesses that are interested in sponsoring and supporting Summit Voice. We have some great opportunities available, so contact me if you’re interested at email@example.com. And for now enjoy the rest of the photos!