The simple fact of the matter is that, as an Internet marketer, you need something better than artificial link building and pages of useless, jumbled nonsense to get long-lasting traffic referrals from major search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo. Google in particular pays special attention to your visitors' behavior. So if visitors are quickly navigating elsewhere because your site is full of junk content, then you will get fewer traffic referrals from Google over the long run.
It's a long, long job to research your keywords, keyword phrases, LSi's etc and then to write content for your chosen search term that has the perfect keywords, and the perfect density of those keywords. This plugin looks at the top 10 Google SERPS for your search term, compares them to each other, and then tells you the keywords that ALL the top 10 pages are using in their content, PLUS the density of those keywords. In less than a minute you will know EXACTLY which keywords and their relevant density to include in your website copy so that it matches Google's exact keyword expectations. Click here for more details.				

Coming up with content can be tough for those who are new to niche blogging. So it’s not surprising that some people turn to article spinning software, in hope for a better solution. I’ve always been an advocate for creating original things, but in this WordAi review, I got curious and decided to do an experiment to see how a spun content would look like. Are there any benefits to use this type of services at all? 
Since we get asked quite often about which content spinner produces the best results, I decided to take the top 5 tools in that category and compare them in an equal manner. What do I mean by saying equal manner? Well, I will write a unique paragraph of content and I will spin it with each of these content spinning software to see what results I get. This will be fun.
Anyone can do this, all you need is a computer and the ability to string a sentence together. You can write original articles and submit them to article directories and get paid. You have to apply to these sites and may or may not get turned down. If you should happen to get turned down then just keep plugging away until you find someone to "hire" you.
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