With about fifty days to go until Black Friday, competition online among the variety of “Black Friday” websites is fierce. There are a lot companies gunning for the top spot in the Search Engines, but DotINFO still leads the way in Google with http://www.blackfriday.info/.
Considered by many to be a weak extension, BlackFriday.info has proven otherwise that anything is possible. Kevin Ham’s Reinvent Media, continues to enhance BlackFriday.com – adding a countdown clock, creating a Facebook page, and much more.
Dotcom has been on the Page 1 of Google for weeks now, but hasn’t seen much movement beyond their current position. But going from a parked page and no placement in the search engines, to Page 1, shows how owning the dotcom can be a big pay-off.
BlackFriday.info, how’d they do it
How did BlackFriday.info get to the top spot in the Search Engines? Was it because they developed the name before any of the other top-level extensions got their website online? That can certainly help, but one thing that probably helped BlackFriday.info in past years was leaking Black Friday ads online and creating a feeding frenzy with internet deal-seekers.
The dotcom is going to have to rise to to top of the search engines the good-old fashioned way – not by leaking ads, but with a well-developed website and a killer extension. The story below is from 2007.
BlackFriday.Info Leaks Dozens of Black Friday Shopping Ads
BlackFriday.Info has done the unthinkable and leaked the Black Friday ads for some of the biggest retailers in the United States. You are not going to have to wait for the ads to come out in the papers next week for the biggest shopping day of the year.
Traditionally, Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is the biggest shopping day of the year. Many shoppers will get up at extremely odd hours in the morning so that they can be the first in line to snatch up the deals that can only be found on Black BlackFriday.Info Leaks Dozens of Black Friday Shopping Ads Friday.
These shoppers will also be the first in line to grab the Sunday paper the weekend before Black Friday so that they can plan their shopping routes so that they can take advantage of as many deals as they can. BlackFriday.Info has done what it can to alleviate some of that advance planning.
Currently, BlackFriday.Info has the Black Friday ads for Best Buy, Circuit City, Target, Kmart, Toys R Us, Walmart, Old Navy, Sears, Macy’s, and many more. While the ads do not include pictures, they do include the products and the prices that will be offered for Black Friday. There are over fifty-seven ads listed for major stores across the United States…
You can check out the complete story way back from 2007.