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Adding Word Rich Content to your Website. Duplication vs. Individualism
How can we add Word Rich Content to our Websites without overtly duplicating others website content, and as an end product maintain our own Individualism?
In theory Article Libraries are the answer to the above question. But, is it true that if you continually add like information to your site, you no longer maintain an individual posture?
Not every article that is submitted to your site will fit the needs of your particular agenda. Your site contains individual keywords that are meant to enhance the theme of your pages. Although it is true that many persons who submit articles to you may also have a similar website theme, it is important to examine the content of each article.
Do I agree with the message this article is conveying. Why is the information relative to my website? Does this article contain information that enhances my visitor's experience? Does the article provide correct information?
Providing article and content that is intended for the soul purpose of gaining Page Rank will in the end take away the individualism of your website.
Remember the average visitor will stay at your site between two minutes or less. As they scan your pages, it will not take long for them to realize they have seen the same information over and over.
The same rings true of the Robots and Spiders that eat your pages everyday!!!
The "Value" placed on your site by your visitors will be recognized by the "Value" you place there.
There is no reason why we cannot use "others" materials in our journey for original material, but how we "choose" that material will in the end reflect our destiny.
"Duplication does not necessarily mean the loss of individualism, nor is individualism lost through Duplication."
Written by Tina Rideout, Successful Home-Based Business Professional. For more information visit her at: