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Make Your Content Different: Find a Spin
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-08-24

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    So you think your web site has great content that's totally unique...until you start web surfing, and you find tons of web sites that feature content very similar to yours. Whether it's a gaming site, crafts site, e-commerce site, review site, or what have you, your content seems to be just like everyone else's. How will you ever attract visitors if you don't offer something unique after all? It's not hopeless; keep reading to find out how to set your site apart.

    Every site on the Internet is vying for one thing: more visitors. By tempting traffic with great content, online pages do all that they can to entice more and more people to come their way. Some sites may use online forums, discussions, streaming video and tons of other features to drive up their numbers and pull in even more visitors.

    The problem is, all Web sites have the same tools and features to work with. Do you know how to make your content different from all those other similar sites out there? Find a spin, and give them a real reason to visit your pages. 

    Content helps Web sites cast the net to drag in traffic, creating page-clicks, revenue and a sense of personal accomplishment when visitors are reeled in by words. All sites - all sites - rely upon content (and content alone) to draw traffic to their pages. All sites use a combination of features and flash to get those numbers -- content and design elements they hope will tempt casual Web surfers. When every site is vying for the same thing, and every Webmaster has the same tools at their disposal, how do you make your pages stick out from the crowd?

    What are you offering to your traffic that the others arenít?

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