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Backlinks on Ezine

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by GoogleMarketing101, Feb 3, 2009.

  1. GoogleMarketing101

    GoogleMarketing101 Regular Member

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    How many would you say you get per article?
     
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    beatuplunchbox Junior Member

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    I have pushed and sometimes have been able to get 2 in sig and 1 in the body with any reliability without getting kicked back. Maybe someone knows a method to get more...
     
  3. GoogleMarketing101

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    I was thinking more along the lines of "I put out a article with my sig in the bottom" how many backlinks will I receive from that 1 article.
     
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    Depending upon the quality of the article, I get an average of 10 uniques. This is on a PR0 Blog.
     
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    I think I'm lost on this thread. Are we talking about the number of links you can get from ezinearticles or are we talking about the number of click thrus one can get from an article?

    My experience is that I can usually get 2 links with anchor text and one normal url link per article. If your content is good enough to get picked up by other article site you could get more links.

    I average a 15% CTR on my ezinearticles. So I get 15 uniques to my site for every 100 readers of my article. Now if you discount the number of views by people researching content to rewrite its probably closer to 12%-13%.

    If you are talking about something else then I truely am LOST as hell

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    blackhatedition Newbie

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    The trick is to get your article viewed the most times within a month, so it appears under the "Top Viewed Articles" section within your category. You'd potentially get hundreds of backlinks from Ezine this way, and also raise the liklihood of being scrapped from other sites.
     
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  7. GoogleMarketing101

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    Good stuff blackhatedition... any suggestions how?
     
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    I'm going to assume you mean 'back links' in regards to other webmasters syndicating your article and leaving your resource box intact?

    If that's it, it's really hard to get an accurate gauge on it as there are a ton of factors involved: quality, niche, your site ... etc

    I've had some that were never picked up and some I've found on a handful of sites and others I've found on a handful of sites w/out the resource box too :)

    If you're talking about traffic, again...it's all in the niche, the quality of the article and how you lead the surfer to your site in your sig. I've had articles get 0 clicks and I've had articles that get 100s.
     
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    THE TITLE OF THE POST IS " BACKLINKS " !!!!

    I said Average... Average means the average... Not an explaination that everything is different.