Free information for Horse Racing Site owners
By UK Hot Tips
I came across this blog today ukhorseracingstar.blogspot.co.uk and not only does it also provide free LAY tips and NAPs but it has some pages which could be very useful for owners of horse racing or tipping sites.
At the top of the page are some menu links:
These pages are full of great information for anyone running a racing website and they provide a list of affiliate links all in one place so you don’t have to go round hunting for them all.
All the main bookies are there from Coral, Betfred, Bet365, Coral, William Hill and many more. It certainly would save a lot of time getting them from this page than hunting for them across all the online bookies – especially as they seem to constantly change at the moment!
The page titled “Own A Racing Site” is great for start-ups like myself and contains a large amount of useful information on running a horse racing site.
It talks about SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and how to get your site up the rankings in Google and BING using various tricks and using good practise to aid readability, highlight keywords and make search engine crawlers aware of your important content.
Something I didn’t realise was that just by leaving your site online as your building it will help you in the long run as the longer the site is indexed and searchable the better domain authority it gets.
Therefore there’s no point waiting until the site is 100% ready before going live as it will just take longer for your site to get indexed and ranked by all the search engines. You might as well put some basic content up with your key search terms and then let it get indexed as you build it. That way by the time it goes live it should be in all the major search engines.
Also the developer of the site is a well-known developer of racing sites and if you want his help on your own site either building widgets or plugins, setting up Twitter BOTS or Auto Responders, importing feeds or just advice on your site then you can contact him for help.
Have a look for yourself. You might find something useful for your own racing site.
By UK Hot Tips