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One In A Million - Make Your Site Stand Out
By: Steven O. Ng
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    One In A Million - Make Your Site Stand Out

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    "One in a million". What do I mean by that? Well, for those of you who have dabbled in internet businesses such as affiliate programs and network marketing businesses, you would know that these programs generally provide an entire website for you to market their program.

    That's great isn't it? Your very own website to promote the business, and it also tracks your referrals and commission!

    You Are Not Alone

    The only problem is, every single person who signs up for $1.67 A Day gets the same webpage, the only thing different is that each person has their own name at the bottom of the page.

    That means, even though you have your own webpage, it is not unique. There are thousands out there with the same webpage as you.

    Some of you might be saying that it's ok. That you can still promote your own webpage by emailing everybody (be careful that you don't spam!).

    However, the problem surfaces when you start considering search engines and directories, such as Google, Yahoo and MSN.

    Let's face it: the vast majority of website visitors find the website via search engines. Certain rare cases get visitors via word of mouth or brand name or via offline advertising. But the numbers still indicate that search engines still provide the most traffic.

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