Developing your Greenville business, this is our next post on expanding your horizon’s.
I’ve loved answering the really unique questions my colleagues have thrown at me about being an SEO blogger. Most of them have been two fold – should I do this an how.
Today’s is, too:
“I’d love to know the difference between a regular blogger and an SEO blogger and how much an SEO blogger charges.This is something that interests me and the reason why I’m taking SEO classes. I hope you can enlighten me more.”
I’m a stickler for reminding anyone with ears that there are different types of blogs. You can blog for a hobby, just to practice writing, and/or as a way to stay connected with your fans.
Bond County Genealogical Society
The Bond County Genealogical Society was founded April 30, 1981. Our purpose is to honor the county’s founding fathers by encouraging the preservation, research and dissemination of the rich genealogical heritage of Bond County.
Bond County Historical Society
Bond County – A Brief History
Before Illinois became a territory in 1809, the first settlers arrived in Bond County in 1806. This family was the Reeves family and they were followed shortly by the Greene family. The first “community” was Jones’ Fort built before 1808. It was later renamed Greene’s Fort. Hill’s Fort was established around 1811 by Samuel Hill. It was established as the county seat for four months until a sight near Hurricane Creek, know as Perrysville, was chosen for the permanent seat. This was also the sight of the first election in Bond County.
Greenville may be the best possible location in downstate Illinois for a business to locate – a bold statement to be sure, but one which proves out when the facts about Howard M. Wolf Business Park are checked out. Greenville’s unique development venture has been specifically designed for warehouse/distribution, office and manufacturing businesses.
From The St. Louis Post Dispatch….
Posted: Friday, September 24, 1999 | 9:28 a.m.
Greenville, Ill., hopes to lure St. Louis companies to
bigger industrial park
By Shera Dalin
Of The Post-Dispatch
“Some of those businesses might find it easier to (ship products) south or west from the cornfields of Greenville.”
Greenville Historical Sites
Information On Historical Sites in Greenville
Directions To Greenville, Illinois
It sure is easy to get to Greenville, Illinois! Greenville is located on Interstate 70, just 45 miles east of St. Louis. Arriving on Interstate 70, get off at exit 45 and go north on Rt. 127 for two miles and you are in downtown Greenville!