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Ezine alternative that allows cheeky content?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by darkfury, Nov 21, 2010.

  1. darkfury

    darkfury Regular Member

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    Greetings fellow Whitehatters,

    I have a handful of clients that sell products that are illegal in many countries but legal in others. These range from research chemicals vendors, cannabis seed vendors, sexy toys shot etc ...

    This is a problem getting articles approved in Ezine as they won't allow content that "promotes the use of illicit substances etc". I've tried taking the content in various angles and even linking to web 2.0 sites via anchor text but Ezine still rejects my content and my web 2.0 sites usually end up locked / removed.

    I already have an efficient content oriented system in place and would like to make good use of it.

    Has anyone had clients like where it is difficult to get content to stick? If so, if anyone could offer a working solution that offers the same or near enough benefits as Ezine but still content related, it would be appreciated.

    peace
     
  2. bilbo

    bilbo Power Member

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    for me If I get knocked back on a submission in ezines I back site up sort htaccess 301 and then whack a blog on the site for a couple of days ( wprobot autoblog ) and when its been accepted I put my original site back up. okay i may lose some traffic fo a couple of days but then i have 5 or so articles from ezines pointing to the "cheeky" domain ( which is handy for a buffer site )
     
  3. darkfury

    darkfury Regular Member

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    great idea, problem i have though is some of these clients sites are well established
     
  4. bizroot

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    You can setup normal blog and once articles get approved 301 it to client's site...