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Where can I find the UK’s cheapest cars – and what will the affect be on google’s results?

September 9, 2009 No Comment

Interesting post by Martin Belam on advertisers telling people to search for the phrase "Where can I find the UKs cheapest cars" (link is to his blog).

It was then followed up by Mark Pack in his post: Where can I find the UK's cheapest cars?

Let's see what happens to the google results with several people now publishing blog posts optimised for that title ... (you'll need to read the comments on Martin's post to work out what all this is about!)

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