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Keepin' Up With The News

Whether you run a simple, static website or a dynamic database driven portal, the key to keeping your visitors coming back is in the constant updating of information. In this article Mitchell shows you how to utilize a dyanamic news source for your site.

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By: Mitchell Harper
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November 02, 2001
  1. · Keepin' Up With The News
  2. · Our news source: MoreOver.com
  3. · Setting Up Your Dynamic News Feed
  4. · Conclusion

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Think about your top three favourite sites... what do you like most about them? Chances are that they change regularly and always have new content to keep you interested. The way to keep your visitors coming back to your site is to give them what they want: content that is frequently changing. Today I'm going to show you how you can use a dynamic news feed from moreover.com to keep your site up to date, interesting and informative as well as push your existing customer retention levels through the roof!

To feel comfortable with this article, you should have at least some knowledge of HTML and a tad bit of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and JavaScript.

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