As the title says I have many unique articles on my hard drive that I downloaded a while back. They are all extremely high quality articles, unique in the eyes of Google (but of course, otherwise they are not copyright free). Now I have an issue as I don't know what is the best way to monetize them. I have some light informational sites that I monetize through adsense. I would like to get some high quality links to these articles I have on my site but I am still undecided what the best way to do it is. I have some options. 1. Guest blogging - This is pretty good, I am doing it right now, I am getting some nice links but it is painfully slow and it is very hard to manage to keep contact with all blog owners and their different conditions regarding article length and format. 2. Private blog networks - Two weeks ago I was almost sure I will get a BMR subscription and get some credits for ALN, but after Panda 3.3 I am not that sure. I know they are still effective, and especially when done with care they could be valuable links (and faster links too). But then I am not sure what will be in 1 year from now with these networks. My sites are in low cpc niches, I probably have no one in BHW competing against my niches as they are a passion of mine really. And I don't have a "hit and run" approach either. I don't sell a hot product, I don't need rankings fast, I need steady money that I can rely on. 3. EzineArticles - is it still worth it? I thought about mixing some Ezine links in there just for diversity, but not sure if I should give more focus on it or not. What are your experiences with it? 4. Web 2.0's. I could go on and create some good quality web 2.0's and link them, and although this would be time consuming as well, at least it would be in my control. So what would you do in my place? I would love to hear any suggestions.