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Old 12-14-2012, 07:43 PM   #1
stampingtools
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Use the contents to do rankings

Because we usually home page weight is the highest, that to do intense word, if we use logic to do the general is general, not competition fierce words. So we judge whether keywords fierce, look at the pages of the search results page ranking is how many, how much is the contents pages rankings, if more, so that competition is not high.
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