Welcome To The Directory of Unique Coded Geographical Location Search Terms by
Burton R. Floyd, Jr. © 2003 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This copyright is claimed in electronic, print, digital, and any other form. This copyright extends to all forms of, additions and revisions of The Directory of Unique Coded Geographical Location Search Terms.
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EACH coded term is representative of a very specific geographical location. This first work encompasses the Interstate Highway Exits in the Continental United States and is an expansion of the author's exitstring codes begun in 2001 on the www.75ads.com web site. Each code is a unique work and MARK of the author that is exclusively licensed for use on web pages that serve as a listing of a particular merchant community along the various geographical locations or Interstate Exits. Information on the availability and use can be found by contacting the author at: email@example.com or on the web sites: www.roadjunctions.us or www.roadjunctions.com.
In the attached pdf files for each state, the coded geographical location search terms are listed by Interstate Highway number, followed by the state abrevation, followed by the mile marker number, which corresponds to the exit number in most states. This combination is typed all together, no spaces, as a single word search term in the RoadJunctions.US TM Search Engine. Since the term is unique, the merchant community at that location is returned on the first search page. From there, one can find the merchant having the goods or services desired.
Thus each location has been coded to read as in the example : 75ky15 The code representing Interstate 75 , in Kentucky, Exit 15.
As one becomes familiar with the codes , it becomes a pleasure to search the web for merchants at specific locations using the short, condensed terms, that will appear on the first search return page. The necessity of going to a large portal site and clicking many times through various levels, or entering several different words in a search bar are eliminated.
The method of coding each location makes future access simple. This directory will no longer be needed for finding very specific information at thousands of locations using mobile or desktop computers, cell phones, or pda's. The codes merge a web address into the physical address of a merchant. Now it is possible to drive by a merchant and locate the web site or locate the web site and drive to the merchant.
New coded works in progress create other federal, state and local, road junctions that will be as effective as a location tool for physical = web locations. Similar personal location codes will make it possible to locate individual sale items such as a boat or auto around a geographical location.
I hope you will be excited about using the codes as I am. The RoadJunctions.US TM search engine has been programmed to do exactly what we want, i.e. to tell you exactly " What's At The Exit".
The following are in pdf format and require a pdf Reader available as a free download here.
A Brief Introduction To Location Codes
The Directory Of Unique Coded Geographical Location Search Terms by Burton R. Floyd, Jr. Copyright 2003
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