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Someone got their hands caught in the cookie jar.

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Some good info on how to get more people to click on your content. 

http://www.uniquecontentwriters.com/2012/07/03/content-strategies-increase-conversions/

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Helpful article on what you need to do to create Panda-friendly content for Google. 
The Panda update raised the bar for SEO copywriters. "Keyphrase rich content" is no longer enough: that content also needs to be informative, shareable, substantive, and well-written. This 25-point checklist is designed to help you make sure you've all your SEO copywriting bases covered to deliver quality content to your readers, and to satisfy Google and its discerning Panda!

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Great advice on what it takes to make it in business no matter how tough things get. 

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Great blog post on how to write a headline. 

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“That damn #GooglePenguin update destroyed my ranking!”

5 Easy Ways to Recover from Google Penguin
1. Don’t use automated article spinning. This article software rewrites material on the web. In theory it sounds great, but in reality it produces terrible content. When you simply switch original words with synonyms, you get awkward phrased sentences that sound generic, or simply don’t make sense.

2. Don’t overstuff your target keywords in your content. The Google Penguin update penalizes anyone stuffing content with keywords and phrases. For web content of 500 words, target a keyword density of 1.5% to 2%. Using content with a keyword density significantly higher than 2% will likely do some serious damage to your ranking.

3. Do post relevant and fresh content often. Data from MarketingSherpa shows businesses that blog frequently have 55% more traffic than websites that do not blog. These posts generate 97% more inbound links. So continue to post content, but make sure it is relevant and well written.

4. Do post helpful internal and relevant external links. The Google Penguin update penalizes you for packing your web content with unnecessary internal links. These links should help your reader find related content on your site. If they don’t, don’t use them.

5. Do check the quality of your backlinks. The days of buying backlinks or spamming blog comments are over. The Google Penguin update to the algorithm specifically targeted sites with spammy and unnatural backlinks, penalizing them with the dreaded Google slap. Many people may not realize that they have these low quality backlinks, so be sure to check who is linking to your site.

If you want your ranking to recover from the Google Penguin update, you need to produce high quality web content. You need good writers and ethical SEO managers working on your online marketing campaign. And finally, you need patience. Something of which we all have little when we want to see ROI.

Updates like Google Penguin will continue to take place to ensure the best user experience, so make sure you do everything in your power to find good web copywriters. We here at Unique Content Writers want to help you boost your conversion rates, optimize your visitors’ reading experience, and boost your ranking in the SERPs. Contact us for a free quote as you prepare your next content marketing project!
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