Does Your Website Have Bad Breath

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So many businesses throw up a website and then never ever
change one single thing about it. Eventually, the content gets
stale and the site develops “content halitosis.”

Some new content syndication technology just makes this a
crime. There are many sources that can provide your website
with daily news feeds and keyword rich, relevant content that
updates and refreshes without the site owner lifting a finger.

Want to have a new small business marketing article written
by some marketing guru named John Jantsch show up on a
web page on your site once a week like magic? (just to mention
the first author that came to mind)

All you have to do is copy one line of code on to any page you
wish and the new, freshly updated content will magically appear.
Your visitors will love the new content and so will the search
engines.

You can get free John Jantsch content and much more by
picking up your code at SubmitYourArticles.com

You can design as many pages as you like and feature as many
authors as you like, making your website a virtual “content
breath mint” (Sorry, I just couldn’t work my way out of the
metaphor)


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  1. I didn't know that a site can develop halitosis. So, it is not just happening in an individual's mouth, but also in a certain site, which never maintained well.

  2. I didn't know that a site can develop halitosis. So, it is not just happening in an individual's mouth, but also in a certain site, which never maintained well.

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