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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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Keepin' Up With The News - Conclusion
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Keeping your sites content fresh can be hard sometimes. News from MoreOver.com can take away some, if not all of the work in updating your site, leaving your pages with a dynamic feed of news that changes once every couple of hours and provides your visitors with a reason to come back and check out your site more often.

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