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5 Ways To Reduce The Chances Your Pages Won`t Get The Duplicate Content Penalty
By: Marty Fiegl
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    5 Ways To Reduce The Chances Your Pages Won`t Get The Duplicate Content Penalty - I feel this...

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    I feel this is one of the most overlooked aspects to duplicate content. The idea that what's near the top of the page is the most important to visitors and the search engines.

    So what do I do to create a ton of content and feel confident I'm not going to be the same as 1,000,000 other websites?

    Do everything above!

    - Create your own content
    - Pay for ghostwriters
    - Use PLR articles and use software to re-write them

    And I go one step further by adding content to the beginning of the content (which can be as simple a sentence or two pulled from an RSS feed or hand typed in for each page).

    Get FREE access to an article re-writer at:

    About The Author

    Marty Fiegl is an Internet Marketer & Author of many books on Internet Marketing & eBay. for more information.

    Feel free to reprint this article in its entirety in any electronic or digital form so long as you leave all links in place, do not modify the content and include our resource box as listed above.

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