There’s a distinct difference between Things to Do in [State] and Places to Visit in [State]. Things to Do highlights attractions, restaurants, parks, etc. that a state might have to offer. Places to Visit highlights cities that prospective residents may want to check out in their search for a place to live. For example, in Tennessee, you might do the article featuring Nashville, Memphis, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Murfreesboro, Franklin, etc. And this is how it’ll look:
This is your run-of-the-mill introduction. Give us 50-60 words on the state and why it’s a great place to live, then lead them into the meat of it saying, “And here are some of the cities you need to check out if you’re considering moving to the area.”
In 50-100 words, fill in readers on why the city is a great place to live. Be sure to first mention any Livability Top 10 or Top 100 lists it’s been featured on. Other topics to discuss, depending on if they’re worthwhile: affordability, walkability, interesting attractions, schools, colleges/universities, arts & culture scene, outdoor recreation options, shopping, etc.
Please make sure to link to the corresponding Livability City Page for each city. So if you’re talking about Nashville, TN, you’d hyperlink www.livability.com/tn/nashville over Nashville in the copy (NOT THE HEADER).