Showing posts with label article marketing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label article marketing. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

5 Benefits of Submitting Articles to Ezines

by Carlos Marquez

There are many benefits to why you should submit articles to Ezines. Maybe you're reading this and wonder, like I did, who writes this stuff and for what purpose. Well, here is my list of 5 benefits.

1. When submitting various articles to Ezines, you are branding your yourself and your business when you include your name or the company's name and website in the resource box where people will click on your website and get redirected to it.

2. Many publishers search for articles on many Ezines so they can publish them in their website so they don't have to write all the stuff themselves. Now guess whose website link will appear on all of those publishers' websites if they chose your articles? Of course, yours.

3. Depending on how you write your articles and how complete is your information on your resource box, people may want to hire you to write some articles for them or even eBooks if you write that well.

4. This is one of the best ways to get free advertisement and great exposure. If you know how to look for "long tail keywords" that don't have too much competition, your articles will be found more easily when people search for the words on your title.

5. You will become an expert on writing articles once you manage to get your articles approved and you like to write about any topic. This will make it easier for you to write a lot of interesting articles by practicing at the same time that you are submitting them to Ezines.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Practical Article Marketing Tips - Discover How to Launch Your Articles on Twitter For More Traffic

by Jeff Herring

Combining Article Marketing and Social Networking is a very powerful traffic generation strategy for your online business. Here's just one strategy you can use when you learn how to launch your articles on Twitter.

5 powerful steps

A couple of words of explanation: Twitter is a powerful "micro-blogging" platform where you can send out messages of 140 characters on less. These messages are called "tweets." When someone repeats your "tweet" this is called "re-tweeting" or "RT." I know, but that's what they are called.

Step 1 - Tweet that you are sitting down to begin a brand new article. Include the topic of the article and even the title if you have crafted one yet. This begins to build anticipation and gets people ready to "re-tweet" the announcement of your article.

Step 2 - Tweet that you have completed the article and submitted it to Ask people to watch for it and RT for you. Further builds anticipation for your new article.

Step 3 - publishes your article - When you set up your account properly, "auto-tweets" your article to Twitter and a tweet is sent out announcing you article, with a link directly to your article.

Step 4 - You come in after the "auto-tweet" and let your followers know the new article is out and you provide the link. You can also ask that people RT it if they like it. You want to do this several times over the next few days, at different times each day, as people come in and out of Twitter all day long.

Step 5 - Many of the people following you on Twitter "re-tweet" your article and your article begins to go viral across Twitter. This is in addition to the multitude of people (15 million a month at the time of this writing) that come to to view articles.

My niche of Article Marketing is a very small sliver of a niche in Internet Marketing. I'm happy if a new article of mine receives 100 views in a month. With this strategy I've been getting 90 views in 90 minutes leading to hundreds of views in a month.

And yes, I am using this strategy about this article.

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From Jeff Herring - The Article Marketing Guy & The Great Article Marketing Network

Friday, October 31, 2008

5 Simple Keys to Writing Articles That Get Clicked

by Janet B Cole

If you are a newbie to article writing, you will probably find it difficult initially to create articles that get clicked time and time again, but it's not that difficult to learn the techniques required to create articles that others want to read.

Most surfers are looking for an answer to their queries. They type in a keyword or keyword phrase into the browser and hope that the results that come up will answer their important queries. So it is very important that you construct your articles in such a way that readers will want to click and digest the information within your article.

So what I suggest you do in your efforts to create articles that get clicked are the following:

1. Brainstorm an idea for your topic. This step could probably stop you right in your tracks because there's so much that you can talk about, especially related to your particular niche. But what you should do is write a title or a set of titles or write a topic or set of topics about which you can create a 400-word article. If the topic revolves around the query that a lot of surfers have in your particular niche, then that's all the better. To give you some breathing space, think of the one question that people in your particular niche ask the most, and that is a topic you should write about in your article.

2. Draft a compelling title. You do not have to draft a title that you will use now, just draft a title that will conjure up the content of your article. If you could use some numerical information, all the better, such as "The Best 3 Ways to..." or "The top Three ways to.."

Those type of titles are magical and work wonders. But don't forget when you begin to write your article, the content of your article must be reflected in the title.

3. The content. If you have indeed used the numerical example given above, then begin to write the keys now. For instance, the top three ways, write down the three ways to achieve your particular objectives. Content written in list form or bulleted point form is very popular. Make a list of the items you wish to discuss in your article. Now, don't get carried away. This is a short article, and you need to be aware of the word count.

4. After you've completed the content of your article, you need to write an introduction and a closing paragraph. The introduction need not be more than two or three sentences, and this can just introduce the reader to what you intend to write about. And similarly, the conclusion, again, can be one or two sentences, and all that need do is to summarize what you have just said in the main content of the article.

5. Now, what you need to do is take a break. Put aside your article for at least a couple of hours without reading or going over. After your break, come back and read your article with fresh eyes. This is the time to also edit and improve your article if necessary.

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Janet B Cole is a powerful coach and online mentor. She has over 400 articles in print and has published several ebooks.
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