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It's FREE and easy to do!

In addition to the free publicity you get with your user profile when you join the Mulch (for free), you can add your company information (including links, company details, logos, email address and even photos of your facility) to our Directory of Goods and Services section.

To do this, just go to the Directory menu item, select a category and click on the "Add Your Listing Here". It will take you to an easy to use form. Just fill it out and you're all set. Remember to add a link back to the Mulch on your website. Search engines love that kind of cross linking. It's also possible to purchase better placement in our directory. You can learn more below, or contact us.

Step by Step Instructions:

1. You need to be a member and logged in. It's free to join, so don't delay JOIN NOW!

2. Go to the Directory Menu Item, or just click here.

3. This will land you on the main Directory page. Next choose the Category your company belongs to and click the link (see below).

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4. Click on the "Add Your Listing" link on the right side of the page.

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5. This will land you on a form to add your information (see below). It's pretty self explanatory. Simply enter any information you'd like to include. You can even add photos, logos, keyword tags and locate your company on a google map! Remember to click the "Submit" button at the bottom when you're finished! Please note all Directory listings have to be approved by us before they are published. This usually happens within a day or so.

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Remember to add a link back to www.theMulch.com. Reciprocal links are fantastic for both of us!

Feel free to contact us with any questions!

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