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Make Quality Content Your #1 Priority
By: John Tulus
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    2006-08-21

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    Make sure you update your content frequently.
    Distribute some of your content freely to other websites. This will generate more links to your site and improve your pagerank as well.
    If you donít have writing skills and arenít willing to pay a professional writer to continuously create content for you, you can opt to acquire content databases that will provide you with extensive content that you can update regularly.
    Once you have your site up and running, focus on content from then on. The design and layout of your site may be a one time only process, but content needs to be taken care of and nurtured to generate traffic and keep those visitors coming back for more.

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    John Tulus is Marketing Director at Web Marketing Experts, developer of internet marketing solutions to help companies increase sales and profitability online. If you would like to learn more about Internet Marketing, visit Our Website at http://www.wmxp.com and http://www.webcontents.org or email John at johntulus@gmail.com.


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