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Ezine articles

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Leviathanos, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. Leviathanos

    Leviathanos Junior Member

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    Hey, dunno if there is blackhatting on this or not but anyway.
    What's your advice on Ezine Articles? I hear people get a lot of traffic from there, but I just keep getting complaints on my grammar, even though I check it several times.
     
  2. myshoeslace

    myshoeslace Regular Member

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    It depends upon the article quality as well as if it is getting ranked in SE's..
     
  3. Ramsweb

    Ramsweb Senior Member

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    It depends mostly on the niche. Look for articles published recently in the niche that you are in. If articles that are one or two days old have about 500 views, it will be worth writing articles in that niche.

    If the most recent articles get about 50,60 views, you will not get much effort for article writing in that niche.

    The moment your article gets published, it gets mailed out to thousands of people who have subscribed to that Ezine feed. Most of the views it will get will come in the first 12 hours. After that, you will get very very few views unless your article ranks in the SERP's.



     
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    I like to use them along with articlebase sqidoo and hubpages and some other sites to dominate the first page for low comp keywords. good for picking up traffic as well if you can give a good reason to click on your link like not providing everything they want to hear.
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