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Help:How to create a SmallBusiness.com city page

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There are a two ways to create a city page on SmallBusiness.com. Option 1 is "the easy way" as all you have to do it copy some code, type in the correct information, and paste it into an entry edit box. Option 2 requires that you understand a little about how to format a SmallBusiness.com -- but we've made it easy by including some code below to help you get started.

Option #1 - easy way

  1. Copy code in the box below
  2. In the location field of your browser, go to the address: http://smallbusiness.com/wiki/City, State (replacing the words "City" and "State" with the names of the town you want to create.
  3. Make sure you are logged into SmallBusiness.com and click the "Edit" tab.
  4. Paste the code into the edit box and type in the correct information after each "=" (equal sign)
  5. Click the "Show preview" button below to check out what the entry looks like.
  6. If the entry looks good, click "Save page"
|full-county-name=County-name County
|economy=<!-- Add 2-3 sentences describing the local economy -->
|lat=>00.0 <!-- Go here to look up latitude, longitude: http://itouchmap.com/latlong.html  -->

Option #2 - requires some use of wikitext