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Competitors Hate When You Syndicate More Content Than They Do! Tom Rozof & Charles Heflin on Synnd

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Competitors hate when you do this simple thing... Produce more content than they do. If you’re new to Internet marketing you might not know what that means. If you’ve been around the online marketing world for some time you know that content is king but you also know you could produce more of it. Thomas Rozof and Charles Heflin explain how their content syndication tool called Synnd, drives traffic to websites. Content is defined as everything you produce and put online such as: articles, videos, blog posts, Tweets, status updates, PDFs, photos, and Podcasts. The search engines love this stuff and if you can produce more than your competitor, you win at the search game! Simple Yes, Easy? Well… That sounds pretty simple but it’s really a lot of work. That’s why Rozof and Heflin have been developing and polishing this automated marketing gem called Synnd for the past couple of years. Synnd is a content syndication network that uses automation and content distribution to multiply your marketing efforts tenfold. When you produce an article and put it online in hopes that people will find it in their search results; that’s good online marketing. But what if that same article was converted into ten different versions and then talked about, blogged about, voted on, and bookmarked by hundreds of other people? Which article would bring you more traffic? Which article would bring a better ROI? When an article is leveraged like that and distributed beyond the typical, that’s called a syndicated article and THAT’S GREAT online marketing! In this show, Charles Heflin and Tom Rozof explain how their marketing tool does the hard work for you. Synnd will take any and every piece of quality content you produce and multiply it, leverage it, bump it up in the eyes of the search engines and the social networks. With every piece of content you produce, you have an army of members behind you telling the world they like your video, your post, your Tweet or any content!
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syndication steve dahl
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