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Question about ezine

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by TheDreamHat, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. TheDreamHat

    TheDreamHat Registered Member

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    Hello ( yes, I'm a newbie :eek: ),

    I am thinking about selling articles and submitting them to ezine myself without using any software. I like writing articles on generic subjects like weight loss, dating, etc..whatever comes to my mind and can pass ezine. All of mine would pass ezine and if they didn't then I'd correct it until it went through.

    My going rate would be (paypal only):

    10 articles - $35 if you purchase 50 being 10 per day the flat rate would only be $165.

    10 articles for $30 if I use your account on ezine. If you purchase 50 being 10 per day the flat rate would be $140.

    My question is this. I would like to open up new accounts on ezine for my clients. Am I allowed to open up a lot of accounts on ezine and if so, is there a max with how many I can open up?

    Thank you in advance for your answers. :)
     
  2. troybh

    troybh Junior Member

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    As stated in their tos only one account per human.
     
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  3. TheDreamHat

    TheDreamHat Registered Member

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    Thank you Troy. I found it odd that someone told me that she had a few accounts there and something just didn't feel right about it. I am thankful for the gut confirmation. I guess I'll only be doing 10 per day on my one account.
     
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    cjbmeb14 Regular Member

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    You could always open new accounts using a different email address and using a proxy. Just as anybody can do when using software like Senuke.
     
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    7878 Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Just because it breaks their TOS doesn't mean nobody's doing it. Most people who submit a volume of articles every day have multiple accounts. In your case, submitting articles for clients, I'd recommend springing for a premium account.

    You'll be doing yourself and your clients a huge favor by scheduling the release of your content. Also, EZA claims not to favor premium members when it comes to editorial guidelines, but I assure you, that's bullshit. ;)
     
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  6. TheDreamHat

    TheDreamHat Registered Member

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    Thanks. I guess I'll need to save up for that. I had thought about it before. :)