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Old 09-24-2014, 04:59 AM
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Good online sources are mentioned here for promoting a business. I would like to emph

This was a good find.

We all know how important content is when it comes to SEO. Whether it be having great content across all pages of your site, or keeping up a blog with valuable and fresh content, you need to take the time to craft content that is not only relevant to your products or services and keywords, but is also useful for your site's visitors.

Writing content that is both readable and SEO-optimized can be challenging. Doing it yourself is one option, though many businesses don't have the time or resources in-house to take on this task and do it right.
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2. Better Instructions = Better Content:
I would add that you need to give some instructions about the structure and components of an article. You need to stay consistent with the rest of the target website. If the website loves bulletted lists, then you will need bulleted lists; if all the already published articles contain the same overall structure (e.g. main title/intro text > secondary titles > ending title/ending text with external links), you will ask for this structure. Same goes for the kind and number of external links/internal links (?).

4. Don't Go Cheap:
ABSOLUTELY. If you trash a paid article you will waste your money, if you publish an awful article you will trash your reputation.

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