Now Content Writers can Multiply Their Output Effortlessly

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Introducing Content Multiplier, a effective new way for webmasters to increase their internet real estate

For some time now website content writers have been faced with one major problem, they just can’t create enough content. Writers need a constant supply of fresh new content for their websites and creating it is a constant headache.

Now however, there is a simple, straightforward solution in the shape of a new product called Content Multiplier.

Content Multiplier allows the content of a web page to be cut up and changed, emerging as dozens of new, unique versions of the original text. Each one of these versions can be used as a separate web page without fear of penalty from Google.

Ian McIntosh, creator of Content Multiplier, says “Up until now there have been two distinct ways to create content, each with their own limitations. You can write the content yourself or have it written for you. Writing it yourself is dependant upon the time you have available and your creative spark, whilst having the content created for you brings the problems of relying on a supplier; cost, time deadlines and, above all, quality.

Now,” McIntosh says, “there’s a third option. Content Multiplier enables you to regenerate and reuse your existing content and repackage it into fresh new articles and web pages that the search engines love”.

There has been a temptation for webmasters who require fresh content pages which focus on a particular keyword to simply reuse previously written work and change the keywords. This however brings it’s own major problem, the website is likely to fall foul of Google’s strict penalties for duplicate content and the whole site can plummet down the search pages as a result.

Content Multiplier gets over that problem as each and every page that it produces is completely unique.

To learn more about Content Multiplier and how it can be used to generate multiple, unique versions of a web page, visit


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