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Article Submission

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by redbone21, May 5, 2009.

  1. redbone21

    redbone21 Newbie

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    Can I submit my blog posts to article directories like ezine? I am writing a lot of blog posts but want to submit some articles as well.
     
  2. biks

    biks Power Member

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    Why not? I've written a juicy article on my niche that has been well spun by about 50 times. I fired off the first few to the article directories, then used the next batch of content for my squidoo/hub page entries. Then worked my way down the Web 2.0 list.

    Make sure you do variations of your post/article.
     
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    It's smart to get quality backlinks to your money sites, which could be a blog post, a squidoo lens or a video you've uploaded to metacafe.

     
  4. werrich

    werrich Regular Member

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    even offline writers often respin their articles for other sites/more $ opportunities. I would say just rewrite the content a little so it becomes unique and submit away.
     
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    It's good for backlinking to your site. Rewrite your articles a bit before submit them to ezine. If possible rewrite them yourself rather than using software.
     
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    4alllifestyles Junior Member

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    You can also subscribe to a blogfarm posting service.. Which will spin the articles and let people who run blog farms post the spun versions.. Giving them content and you backlinks. Hell, I even get direct sales from those links.
     
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    Ive heard that you should submit to ezine first with one or several quality unique articles and then spin them and submit to other sites as well as post them on your blog.
    The reason being that ezine is particular about submissions and could also take time to be accepted.
    Correct me if I'm wrong on this someone. As I am only passing on what I've read from established marketers.
     
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    blackieman Power Member

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    Any suggested posting services?
     
  9. biks

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    I know that all my ezinearticle submits had the highest Google SERP from all the articles that I submitted. You definitely don't want to mess up your chances to ezinearticles. I now wait until the article has "stuck" with them, then I fire off all the others.