Building a Content Rich Website - Part 4 - As with the...
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As with the RSS Feeds you now have dynamic content on your pages that human visitors will see and very importantly the search engines will recognize your content as "fresh". How to setup these files and write the PHP code is beyond the scope of this article.
The other main way to add dynamic content is to get your visitors to do it for you, again there are several different ways to do this. The easiest and probably most common way of doing this is to allow your visitors to post comments on your site ala blog style, although you will need to make a management decision about moderating the comments. Not moderating requires no work but you then run the risk of inappropriate comments being posted on your site, moderating could become very time consuming. You can setup a free article directory such as http://www.articledashboard.com/download.htm - Article Dashboard which will allow users to post articles directly to your site, this can result in a steady stream of content if you get enough patronage. You can also do things such as run a poll, making sure you keep a dynamic display that shows your visitors the current poll results (to keep them coming back to check the latest).
I hope you have found some useful information in this piece and in the next article I will point some of the many different ways of monetising your site (not just Adsense).
About The Author
Byron Stuart is an internet marketer, author and software developer. To find out how to build content rich profitable websites quickly and easily see http://www.ultimatecontentcreator.com/.
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