Denver Democratic Convention Vendor List & Link Exchange

Denver 2008 Democratic Convention

The Democrats are doing something no one has ever done before. It’s revolutionary. It’s amazing. It’s a cost-saving measure. For the first time in the convention’s history, there will be no printed vendor list. Instead, it’s all being featured online.

Are you a business in Denver that wants additional exposure? If so, you too can be in the Vendor Directory. It’s as simple as filling out the application.

But don’t stop there! Now that you’ve started building your site’s link network, give you site a shot in the arm with the steps below:

Let Denver and the world find your business

The Denver 2008 convention is one example of getting your business listed on the internet. If you’re having trouble getting seen online, take action!

  • Any time you find a website that you wished you could be featured in, make a phone call or write an email. There’s no harm in contacting webmasters for a link exchange.
  • Write a comment on their blog or forum. Link back to your website if it’s relevant. If not, many websites will ask you for your website’s address.
  • Sign up for local groups on websites like Meetup is a site where people organize events and group gatherings. It’s a great way to keep updated with industry activities.

By Zack Katz

Zack Katz is the founder of GravityKit and TrustedLogin. He lives in Leverett, Massachusetts with his wife Juniper.