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    11 Delicious Ways to Judge High Quality Content For Bloggers

    March 31, 2012
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    When Panda was rolled out last year, we all understood the importance of high quality content and freelancers and Bloggers have moved from quantity to quality. The question, which remain unanswered for many blogger is how to differentiate between low quality and a high quality content. Is it minimum 300-350 word criteria? If yes, how small dictionary words are being ranked in SERP’s? Is it Keyword stuffing only, then why Google is hitting hard on automated ...

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    Seven Types of Content People LOVE on Social Media

    March 25, 2012
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    There are certain types of posts that are wildly popular in social media; the type that gets shared over and over again until critical mass. Creating content that people love is a heavy task you must endure but the ultimate riches will be given to those that tap into the imagination, creativity and lust within niche communities. This post will show you several of the most popular and beloved types of content people are more ...

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    How to Recycle Old Posts For Traffic & Exposure

    March 12, 2012
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    I am pretty sure many of us, especially veteran bloggers would have at some time of our blogging life, written great posts. Posts that your readers had enjoyed reading and had greatly appreciated the information within, and that new readers would benefit from it regardless of how many months later they see the post. These timeless gems (Evergreen content) are worthy of being read by as many people as it can reach right? Unfortunately, the ...

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    10 Ways to Increase Adsense CPC

    October 15, 2011
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    If you are a blogger and Adsense is your prime source of revenue, you can’t afford to ignore the importance of Adsense optimization. When we talk about Adsense optimization, there are many things but the main target is to get high eCPM and get more Cost per click. Else, despite of good Adsense CTR, you might not be making good money. This is something very common about non-English blog. If you fall in the category ...

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    Easy Way to Find Out About Copied Content with Copygator

    May 9, 2011
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    Plagiarism or content theft has already become a big nuisance for the genuine bloggers and writers world-wide. After all theft of your content which you have written after spending so much time, effort and research can not be less irritating and frustrating  than theft of any other precious article. Many bloggers have always been taking about this topic on and off. It is essential also, not only to protect your own content but also to ...

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    Why You Should Offer Partial Feeds after Google Panda Update

    May 2, 2011
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    So far we have covered some interesting facts and tutorials on Google panda effect. If you have missed out our last couple of updates on Google panda, I suggest you to check out: How to report copied content to Google? Website Copying content ranking higher in Google search How to recover from Google Panda Effect? All those who are affected by Google Panda algo knows how tough it is to get out of it. As ...

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    Why I Couldn’t Care Less About Content Theft

    January 27, 2011
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    I recently read a guest post on here by Oliver, who was getting infuriated by other people stealing the content he had written and posting it on their site. This is an issue I have come across and even written about before and I wanted to respond with my own guest post on this site to explain why I personally don’t care about content theft and why others shouldn’t either. Google Knows It’s Duplicate Five ...

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    Google Cracks Down Even Further on Content Theft

    January 22, 2011
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    I recently wrote a post on how Google Adsense was going to remove those who stole content from the Google Adsense program. It seems however that Google are going one step further. This interview from Matt Cutts talks in depth about some of the big changes coming from Google. One of the biggest changes is that Google will be removing sites which take, in part or in full, content from other websites.  This means that sites ...

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