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I need some basic information on ezine.

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by super11, Oct 25, 2009.

  1. super11

    super11 Senior Member

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    I opened an ezine account with the intention of promoting a clickbank product. Although my clients might have used my articles on ezine, I have no clue about some submission aspects on ezine. I would appreciate someone sorting out the below mentioned questions.

    How many articles are allowed on daily basis?
    Would you recommended more than 20 submission from a new account or opening multiple accounts?

    Thanks!
     
  2. srb888

    srb888 Elite Member

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    You can submit any amount of articles on EZA, but they should be of really high quality. EZA people are not fools and they understand that there is a limit to how many you can write on a day-to-day basis. If they are suspicious of anything even despite the quality, they will have done with your submission and your account in a flash.

    So use EZA with utmost care. Go easy. Submit great articles and they will help you in your marketing efforts. You (and we all too) need EZA more than they need you, or for that matter, anybody else here or any other place.

    Good Luck! :)

    Also, I know of extremely good people who have multiple EZA accounts. :)
     
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  3. redtide1969

    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hi super11,

    EZA has a lot of special guidelines that need to be followed in comaprison to other directories and AC. I would highly recommend taking the time to read their submission guidelines. Also, keep in mind that on a new account you can only submit 10 articles at first, then they lock down your account until they get around to reviewing you for "platinum status". If they give you platinum then you can continue submitting (can take a while to review)

    I'd have to re-read the guidelines again (it's been awhile) but if I remember correctly, there's no cap on how many you can submit a day (after you get platinum status)

    Good luck
     
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  4. livinitup0

    livinitup0 Registered Member

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    FWIW OP theres much better places to be submitting your articles (EZ is oversaturated imo)....and I have no idea what people are talking about with EZ's "strict guidelines" lol...I could let my 6 month old play with my keyboard and ezines would publish the resulting "article" with in a week!
     
  5. redtide1969

    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    That's interesting...I don't know many 6 month old's that will make sure not to use their keywords within 100 characters of each other etc etc ;)

    EZA isn't brain surgery, but to get your articles accepted you have to fully understand their guidelines.

    Btw super11, they just updated their guidelines a few weeks ago and are now banning even long time users who have thousands of published articles for not following the guidelines with their PAST articles.

    Here's the letter they are sending out recently to many longterm users:

    1) Increase your word count to 450-500 words without increasing filler words just to meet a word count goal. We will no longer accept your writing on the same content in each article. I would also like for you to go through your account and remove any articles that are redundant and do not share any new information.

    2) Deliver real value in each article... Something unique, something substantial, include bullet point lists or numbered lists... It is not OK to use the same template and share the same information in multiple articles. Each article must stand alone and deliver uniqueness. We will no longer be allowing these articles from you as they all deliver the same rehashed content.

    3) Decrease your article volume if you're achieving quantity with very low quality. We love members who do high volume, but never at the expense of quality as it makes us both look bad. Once you get your quality of substantial content UP, you can resume to pursue your quantity goals or many of them will be rejected as being thin or not-substantial.

    4) DO NOT stuff your articles with keywords. We will no longer accept such content.

    Future submissions of articles that do not adhere to our editorial guidelines and contain the same rehashed content will result in the loss of your Premium Subscription.
     
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  6. Danny Relic

    Danny Relic Regular Member Premium Member

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    EZA does look for more criteria than AC in my book. I've had plenty of articles denied there.

    That is until my account became platinum level. They seem to be less strict on them.

    Just my own personal observation.
     
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  7. livinitup0

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    not sure what happened here... I posted a reply to this and now its gone.

    ok the gisto of it was:
    "he he funny comment about 6 month olds using a keyboard" haha
    "I usually pass up EZA when scraping"
    "I know theres decent content on there but it seems like I have to wade through more stuff there than at other article sites"