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Michigan StateThe Michigan Business Directory is dedicated to helping Michigan Businesses gain exposure on the Internet.  New! Follow our tweets: http://twitter.com/MichiganBD  The methods may be slightly different -but the core of successful online marketing parallels it's traditional equivalent. Ensure your Michigan business is found on the Internet! 

For 2015, mobile is key. The mobile experience should be prioritized above all in 2015 because more and more people are accessing the Internet exclusively from mobile devices. Google is more likely to display mobile-friendly webpages in the results in mobile searches, and if your website is not optimized to offer an excellent mobile experience, its rankings will take a severe beating.


Michigan Fast Facts for Today
  • Michigan has the longest shoreline of any state besides Alaska 3,200 miles, and another 900 miles if islands are included.
  • The Great Lakes account for one-fifth of the world's surface freshwater supply.
  • Bedding Plants - Michigan ranks 3rd in the nation in the value of wholesale sales of floriculture products in 2010, behind California and Florida. Reports from Michigan's 625 commercial growers showed an estimated wholesale value of $402.7 million for all surveyed floriculture crops.
  • The Ambassador Bridge was named by Joseph Bower, the person credited with making the bridge a reality, who thought the name Detroit-Windsor International Bridge as too long and lacked emotional appeal. Bower wanted to symbolize the visible expression of friendship of two peoples with like ideas and ideals.












The Michigan Business Directory is mobile friendly on all devices, another reason to make sure your website is listed. Mobile SEO is particularly important for local businesses - approximately half of all mobile search queries are for local venues. However, an increasing number of people also shop and conduct research using the mobile Web.









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