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SEO Tips # 149 – Are you continually looking for new types of content to add to your Web site?

Are you continually looking for new types of content to add to your Web site?

One type of content to consider adding is “statistical data.” What is useful or of high interest to your target audience? If the stats aren’t your own, always indicate where you’re getting them. It’s important to quote your source.

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SEO Tips # 139 – Update the Website Regularly

Did you know there are some huge rewards for updating your Web site
consistently on a regular basis. But not just updates alone, also
consider adding fresh new original content on a weekly (or even
better, if you can manage it) daily basis.

When is the last time you created something fresh and original for
your visitors? Remember, the keyword is consistency or in other
words, daily, daily, daily!

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SEO Tips # 132 – Call To Action

Create content that has a solid, well written “call to action.”

Clearly describe what you want your visitor to do next. Do not assume that anyone will “know” what to do. You must tell them “exactly” what you want them to do in clear, concise, descriptive dialog.

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SEO Tip #23 – SEO Content Writing and Copyrights

After all, as SEOs we are all creating content for the Web. Did you know when your create any originally written work, you automatically own the copyright?

In fact over 200 years ago, the courts recognized that authors of any originally written work for personal correspondence hold full property rights in their expression. So when you create something original, you own the copyright and it not only includes articles, but it is true for your Web content or even correspondence that is sent by e-mail too.

Under common-law copyright, authors hold a right to control whether their correspondence is published to third parties. This is a common-law protection of “private expression” and is nearly absolutely, immune from any defense of “fair use.”

Accordingly, the routine practice of email forwarding would violate  principles of common-law copyright.”

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