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2) Publish static pages: your content is now in a static format which is search engine ready. Publish all static pages into a new directory on your web site.
3) Create a master page: you are now ready to submit static pages to search engines. You could submit static pages one by one. Instead, you can create a master page which contains links to all of static pages. This means that only master page needs to be submitted to search engines. The search engines will then crawl through rest of pages.
4) Submit to search engines: all you have to do now is submit master page to all major search engines. Thatís it!
Now big bonus! If you performed your searches in a clever manner (1 above), you will have keyword specific static pages. These will produce amazing traffic from search engines as they will be rated very high.
If you have some lengthy content pages you might want to break down static pages into 3 levels: articles, list of articles and a master page, for example.
Within two to four weeks of submitting your mater page you should see some impressive traffic from your category specific static pages.
It is then just a matter of refreshing and resubmitting static pages at regular intervals, monthly would be sufficient.
Most importantly, keep it simple for yourself, if a single static page is enough, leave it at that. If you have time, plan out how you can get most value out of your content.
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