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My 7-Step Secret Formula For Cashing In On Content!
By: Anik Singal
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    My 7-Step Secret Formula For Cashing In On Content! - Why so few...

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    Why so few words per page? You want a LOT of pages on this site! If the articles are longer than 300 words, simply put a "continued" link at the bottom, and start another page. When you get to 30 pages or so, stop.

    #4 - Get a one-day Wordtracker account, and grab a bunch of relevant and related keywords.

    Say your articles are on personal finance. Use Wordtracker's "Thesaurus" tools to collect tons of related keywords, like money management, investment, debt management, etc. Grab a boatload of keywords - thousands if possible.

    #5 - Go back and fill in your "SEO reminders!"

    Scan your keyword lists for relevant search terms to replace those "KEYWORD" reminders in your Headers and HTML tags. Don't stress over it, just use one keyword or keyphrase per page.

    #6 - Make a good navigational structure for your site, then apply to Google Adsense or another contextual ad program.

    Once you're approved, get those ads on EVERY page you've built so far. If you're allowed to display multiple ad units, put at least two on each page.

    #7 - Add just 3 articles to your site each week... plus those money making ads! Repeat... and cash the checks!

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