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What to do w/ Articles rejected by AC.

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by faystie, Oct 27, 2009.

  1. faystie

    faystie Newbie

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    Ive got 6 articles rejected by AC. Anyone interested in buying them? PM ME for the titles.

    Or any suggestions on what to do with these?thanks
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  2. carbpm

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    throw some adsense, social bookmarking, and some link building, bake them in a blog and hope for the best
     
  3. jaguarslug

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    Agree.. Maybe AC pays instantly but let's face it.. How much are they paying you? $2? $1.5? $1.00? or less? They're earning $10 a month FOR LIFE on your articles.. But If you put adsense in it, You'll surely hit the $10 a month FOR LIFE too.. Just work hard
     
  4. Mjordan

    Mjordan Power Member

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    What exactly is AC?
     
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  6. darkmarth

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    Throw up a quick adsense site -

    Maybe check and see if you relate your articles to a CPA offer and submit them to Ezine?
     
  7. tvebookdotcom

    tvebookdotcom Newbie

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    If U have a hosting account create websites and ad some adsense / advertisements to the sites (ad good keywords 2 it) .

    Otherwise find a good free website hosting account and link the rejected articles to Ur main website or affiliate website - u can use all the articles - do not waste anything.

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  8. GreyWolf

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    Absolutely!!!! Everyone that is writing for ac or any article directory should be setting up their own blog. Everytime you have a decent article rejected, just put it on your own blog. You'll just be doing the same thing ac is, and eventually even without doing a lot of promotion your blog will start getting natural backlings and organic traffic. In fact you might even consider holding back some of your best articles just for your own blog too.

    It just makes good sense for long term success. Submit your articles to ac to make some quick cash, throw the best rejects, or at least good ones onto your own blog. As it gains in popularity and you start making more money from adsense off your own blog, then stop submitting altogether and jsut keep pumping up your money site. Definately set up wp and host it on your own domain though, this will be a long term project and you don't want to leave it to the whims of blogger.
     
  9. aftershock2020

    aftershock2020 Senior Member

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    Post them somewhere else, giving yourself some backlink rank.

    I do have a few questions though...what reason did they give you for rejecting them?

    If it is for ' having too many submissions on that topic right now ', post them elsewhere and focus on resubmitting tighter microniche targets in your content.

    If it was for something like word count or some other error on your submission, be sure and rework it and resubmit before posting it publically. If you email their editors, they will tell you what the reason of rejection was.

    People miss out on a lot of money from that service due to simply not stopping to ask ' why? ' and fixing that issue, making their article perfect to get paid, rather than wasting it by simply posting without checking.

    Always check that out first. After you bug them with a couple of rejection inqueries, they will start to post it to you in your rejection emails, if it isn't already there to begin with. I remember their reason always being there, as generalized as it is, it covers the point.
     
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  10. GreyWolf

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    Dang it, of course, I wasn't thinking of that. That's why I always like when I see your advice aftershock, seo is always an automatic thought with you. :) @faystie, definately post some of them someplace else to get some backlinks. and of course try the tactics he mentioned to try resubmitting them first. I wish I was good at pumping out articles, there's so much that you can do with them.

    Thanks for the rest of the advice too aftershock. I'm helping a friend of mine set up an account with ac, because she really loves to write. I'll have to keep up with her as she makes submissions and follow your suggestions with any that are rejected. I just wish I could get her to be faster at it. I can write and article on a topic I don't know much about in about a quarter of the time she can, but it is like torture the whole time. lol. She was an English major, and even taught for awhile, she can type twice as fast as I do, and it sounds like she's just really pumping it out, but then when shes done, its like "wow thats all you wrote?". The quality is always good, but she's not gonna make a killing with quantity. I'm mostly setting her up with it because she loves to write, so it will be fun for her.
     
  11. aftershock2020

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    For my work, article writing is systematic. I don't have a problem with producing...it is always a constant weak point in stopping to do other things. I have a strict time system that I work from, where I'll keep all of my article ideas in a notebook and work within a given time window and what is done is done for that slot. The rest will fall into another time slot.

    Just write down the idea/concept and post 3-5 major points about the topic and you will be covered. I lean more in the 5-7 range, to be sure and hit the 650-850 word quota of most article requirements.
     
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