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Create a Traffic-Stampede with More Web Content
By: Scott Patterson
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    If you have an Internet business, then you have a need for quality, fresh content.It has been said that the more content means a greater chance of attracting web visitors.

    So basically, more content means more visitors which means more money!

    But what if you really hate writing or can't think of ways to get more content?

    If that is the case, then here are six great places where you can easily add quality content to your website.

    Google Alerts

    Google has a service that sends news, press releases, and website information to your email account. Easy to set up, you enter a search phrase and Google Alerts will send you updates about that specific topic. You easily take this information and create a 100-150 word summary that can be entered into a blog or news section.

    To get started, you can check-out Google Alerts: <>

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