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Hey Guys,

In the next couple of weeks I'm going to be interviewing
some expert Article Marketers

I'm going to be recording the interviews and making it
available

I need YOUR help

what is your most pressing Question about Article
Marketing?

The First 20 people that give me a good question I can
ask get the product for free

I will be saving the usernames and will PM you a link to the
product when its done

thanks for your help

Jack
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  • Profile picture of the author bugmenot15
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    Hey,

    Well I am a sort of noob/newbie, so you don't really have to take me in notice, but I would like to know how to actually optimize the article using selective keywords. What is the actual process?
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
      Originally Posted by bugmenot15 View Post

      Hey,

      Well I am a sort of noob/newbie, so you don't really have to take me in notice, but I would like to know how to actually optimize the article using selective keywords. What is the actual process?
      We were all newbies once

      Great Question!

      Jack
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      • Profile picture of the author Scott Ames
        Originally Posted by Jack Bastide View Post

        We were all newbies once

        Great Question!

        Jack
        Even Paul Myers?
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  • Profile picture of the author Colin Palfrey
    Here's one.

    Q:How does the whole linking articles to articles work
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
      Originally Posted by Colin Palfrey View Post

      Here's one.

      Q:How does the whole linking articles to articles work
      Do you mean linking FROM articles to your site to linking TO
      articles to give them (the articles) better search engine ranking?

      (I am NOT an Expert Article Maketer which is why
      I will be asking THEM )

      Jack
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  • Profile picture of the author dave147
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    • Profile picture of the author dentaleye
      Umm I am a newbie.Might be a stupid question

      I am wondering how to use social bookmarking effectively with article marketing.
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      • Profile picture of the author theimdude
        Hi Jack,

        I need to know;

        1. Is it worth the hassle to submit to hundreds of article directories instead of only concentrating submitting to the top 10/20/30 article directories
        2. In relation to 1 is it also worth the hassle in submitting to blogs
        3. When you do social marketing will it better to link from the content on the social marketing site to your best articles on some of the top article directories such as ezine or directly to you website that promote your niche

          Thanks
          theimdude
        edit- I don't want a simply YES or NO and answer but the reason with examples given to prove the answers (or is that asking to much)
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        • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
          Originally Posted by theimdude View Post

          Hi Jack,

          I need to know;

          1. Is it worth the hassle to submit to hundreds of article directories instead of only concentrating submitting to the top 10/20/30 article directories
          2. In relation to 1 is it also worth the hassle in submitting to blogs
          3. When you do social marketing will it better to link from the content on the social marketing site to your best articles on some of the top article directories such as ezine or directly to you website that promote your niche

            Thanks
            theimdude
          edit- I don't want a simply YES or NO and answer but the reason with examples given to prove the answers (or is that asking to much)
          No that's not to much to ask

          I plan to go into great detail :0)

          thanks for all the questions so far everybody!

          Jack
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  • Profile picture of the author waken
    What is the single most important factor that will make or break someone's success as an article marketer?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Williams
    How many articles do you write per day and are you using an article spinning program?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sumit Menon
    1. Is it safe to submit the same article to multiple article directories or do we have to edit each article?

    2. How to write articles fast?

    Sumit.
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  • Profile picture of the author keivn2
    Can we upload all the same articles to every article directories?
    Even if we should edit it, how much should we edit the articles? One paragraph? or completely rewrite?
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  • Profile picture of the author LegitBlogger
    GREAT. It will be good to hear MORE of what the
    expert article marketers out there have to say
    about certain aspects of the business. No matter
    how much one knows about the business, it's
    important to learn some more,

    My questions?

    I have the ability to churn out 100+ articles daily
    for my various niches/sites and I currently submit
    about 30 to 70+ of these to EzineArticles and the
    top 20 article directories daily. What's the best
    way to get the best from these 30 to 70+ daily
    submissions to EzineArticles and the other top
    20 article directories?

    Also, what's the easiest or most affordable way
    to turn the best of the 100+ daily articles into
    spin ready (spinable) articles to submit to the
    HUNDREDS of other article directories? If this
    isn't necessary, why not?!

    Thanks,

    .
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
      Originally Posted by LegitBlogger View Post

      GREAT. It will be good to hear MORE of what the
      expert article marketers out there have to say
      about certain aspects of the business. No matter
      how much one knows about the business, it's
      important to learn some more,

      My questions?

      I have the ability to churn out 100+ articles daily
      for my various niches/sites and I currently submit
      about 30 to 70+ of these to EzineArticles and the
      top 20 article directories daily. What's the best
      way to get the best from these 30 to 70+ daily
      submissions to EzineArticles and the other top
      20 article directories?

      Also, what's the easiest or most affordable way
      to turn the best of the 100+ daily articles into
      spin ready (spinable) articles to submit to the
      HUNDREDS of other article directories? If this
      isn't necessary, why not?!

      Thanks,

      .
      OK now that's some advanced stuff

      I can see I'm gonna learn a lot myself in this process

      great questions everybody ... keep em coming!

      Jack
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      • Profile picture of the author Sumit Menon
        Originally Posted by Scott Ames View Post

        Even Paul Myers?
        Is he such a big deal? I mean is he such a big marketer?

        lol.. This is not a sarcastic question.

        I have been a member of his TalkBiz newsletter and he hardly does any promotions. And he doesn't take part in the big Affiliate competitions either. (At least as much as other marketers do)
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        • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
          Originally Posted by Sumit_Menon View Post

          Is he such a big deal? I mean is he such a big marketer?

          lol.. This is not a sarcastic question.

          I have been a member of his TalkBiz newsletter and he hardly does any promotions. And he doesn't take part in the big Affiliate competitions either. (At least as much as other marketers do)

          Maybe Paul is more selective

          Many Marketers will Pimp Anything

          I won't mention names :0)

          Jack
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          • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
            Thanks for all the great questions Everybody!

            So far I have 10 questions from you guys

            I am giving away 20 Free copies of the product when
            its finished

            It's going to be several hours of Audio Interviews as
            well as PDF's

            If you want a Free copy of the product all you need
            to do is submit a question that you would like answered
            about Article Marketing

            It can be as basic or advanced as you want

            Thanks!

            Jack
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  • Profile picture of the author Bill_Z
    Hi Jack - It's a bunch of questions but they revolve around the same issue:

    About the Author box: There are alot of conflicting opinions on what is best to include there. Should you include a link to a contact section of your website, like "for questions go to: www.blablablabla.com/contact" or should you have just one link your squeeze page/sales page? Is the author's name absolutely essential and do readers really care about this? What's an example of a perfect "about the author" box?
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    • Profile picture of the author kenboss
      I'd like to know anything and everything about keywords in relation to article marketing - but I will break it down to 5 questions:
      1. What is the ideal keyword density?
      2. What exactly does it mean for an article to be 'keyword optimized'?
      3. How do you determine the best keyword(s) to use in an article?
      4. If using a keyword phrase like "teach your parrot to curse" do you have to keep using the words in that order, or does it count if you say "your parrot will curse if you teach it"?
      5. Do we approach the use of keywords differently according to what the article is used for, eg. to provide backlinks to a site, vs. to link to a squeeze page?

      cheers
      Ken
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      • Profile picture of the author Vikuna2009+
        Here's some of my questions;

        1. How important is it to submit your articles to directories with a high pagerank?

        2. If you SEO your articles just the right way, how long before it hits page 1 on google?

        3. As far as clickbank goes, should you go for most popular, highest gravity, recurring commission, %age of sale?

        4. The never ending debate, post article on your own domain first or do ezine first (I'm still confused, lol).

        5. How much harder is it to promote high end products (physical or downloadable) in the $300 range commission versus a $30 commission? (See Jason Moffat's thread).

        6. What is the best way to create a link from your article to a video of yours on youtube.com? And vice versa.

        7. How can you get your article into an mp3 (or 4) and how do you promote it?

        8. How can you promote your articles on twitter?

        9. Would it be a good idea to put an ad on craigslist to promote your article? Do craigslist allow affiliate links?

        10. If you are stone broke and need to make an income from article marketing FAST, what is the QUICKEST way to see a buck?

        Well, that should do it from me, lol !
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        • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
          Just so you guys know, Jack twisted my arm (I'm semi retired) but since
          he did a great version of Daydream Believer for me, I agreed to be
          interviewed...but this will be my LAST ever interview.

          So this is not something you want to miss.

          Jack, you owe me big time pal.
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          • Profile picture of the author George Sepich
            Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

            Just so you guys know, Jack twisted my arm (I'm semi retired) but since
            he did a great version of Daydream Believer for me, I agreed to be
            interviewed...but this will be my LAST ever interview.

            So this is not something you want to miss.

            Jack, you owe me big time pal.
            Your scarcity tactics don't scare us Steve, unless your jumping off a cliff, there will be future interviews, ever is way too long of a time. Besides how can I create my 365 days of interviews with semi-retired Steve Wagenheim product (hahaha) if you aren't going to do anymore interviews.

            Anyway, finally my question for Jack is "Would you create pseudonyms/pen names for each niche that you are in, or would you stick with one or two names and be an "expert" in multiple niches.

            George
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          • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
            Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

            Just so you guys know, Jack twisted my arm (I'm semi retired) but since
            he did a great version of Daydream Believer for me, I agreed to be
            interviewed...but this will be my LAST ever interview.

            So this is not something you want to miss.

            Jack, you owe me big time pal.

            Ok the cats out of the Bag

            Mr Wagenheim is going to be one of My Experts

            So you know this things gonna be good :0

            As a Bonus Steven and I will be Singing a Duet
            of several Monkees songs

            Jack
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            • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
              Originally Posted by Jack Bastide View Post

              Ok the cats out of the Bag

              Mr Wagenheim is going to be one of My Experts

              So you know this things gonna be good :0

              As a Bonus Steven and I will be Singing a Duet
              of several Monkees songs

              Jack
              Oh Crap!!! Just hold on a dog gone minute. I didn't sign up for no Monkees
              sing-a-long.
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            • Profile picture of the author Ray Erdmann
              My question would be:

              When submitting articles to any of the big name article directories, how should we best use the 'bio box' to help presell the given product/service we're promoting? Should we use the bio box as a way to help identify us as an 'expert' in the given field, or simply use the bio box as yet another 'paragraph' to further pre-sell said product/service?

              Thanks,


              Ray
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              • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
                Thanks So Much for all the Questions Everybody!!

                I have copied and paste them all into a Document

                so far I have counted 20 People who Submitted questions

                it's going to be several hours of Audio Interviews with
                some people that REALLY REALLY know Article Marketing

                also everything will be transcribed for those that like to read

                You already know one of them

                the rest will remain a secret for now

                As promised the First 20 will get a free copy of the product

                Again ... thanks for all your help

                If I can ever help YOU with a product you are working
                on just say the word

                Jack
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                • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
                  Ok I'm getting ready to start interviewing the Article
                  Marketing Masters in the Next day or so

                  If you have any more Burning questions about
                  Article Marketing please post then here and I'll get
                  them answered for you

                  I also have a question

                  My initial thought was to do Audio Interviews and
                  then get them Transcribed offering Audio and Pdf's

                  The Other option is to Just send them the questions
                  and have them answer by email and creta a special
                  Report with No Audios

                  So which do you Prefer as a Product ...

                  Audio's with PDF Transcripts or just Pdfs?

                  Jack
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                  • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
                    Originally Posted by Jack Bastide View Post

                    So which do you Prefer as a Product ...

                    Audio's with PDF Transcripts or just Pdfs?
                    Audio products get filed away "for later," which means I'll probably never listen to them.

                    If there's a PDF transcript, I'd read it.

                    For me, it's a time issue. The transcript of a 30-minute audio or video might take 10 minutes or less to read.

                    So, for me, I'd prefer to read rather than listen or watch.
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            • Profile picture of the author rapidscc
              Originally Posted by Jack Bastide View Post

              Ok the cats out of the Bag

              Mr Wagenheim is going to be one of My Experts

              So you know this things gonna be good :0

              As a Bonus Steven and I will be Singing a Duet
              of several Monkees songs

              Jack
              Hahaha! Can I just get the bonus, that will be a keeper

              My question is very basic, here it goes..

              1. How many articles do you have online now?

              2. How much are you making from all of them? (Even an estimate will do)

              3. At what point in your article writing and marketing did it start bringing in the money?

              4. What do you think is the "key" why your articles bring in sales?

              5. If there's one single point/idea you want to share with all those who are writing articles for a living what would it be?

              6. What is your success story?

              I would have wanted to ask about the most profitable niche that your experts are writing on but I think that would be out of the question. However if some of them are willing to share their most profitable niches that would be very much appreciated.

              I once visited a blog of an old writer, he said he wanted to mentor aspiring writers (of course for a fee) and he promised to share everything he knows about the trade, his motivation for it? well, he said at age 70 he's already too old and no longer afraid of competition. I thought that maybe he wants to leave something behind more than anything else

              All Success!

              Omar Diaz
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        • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
          How about the quality vs. quantity debate? That is, is it better to have fewer articles of high quality? Or a quantity of articles that probably aren't going to be as high quality?

          Or, is it a matter of when to release spun articles? By that, I mean that people are often advised to write an article and then spin it, which could give you let's say nine additional articles, for a total of ten articles. Now, these articles are all going to be very similar. If you submit them all at the same time, that wouldn't seem to be very useful. You'll have a number of articles hitting the directories all at the same time, and they will be all basically the same thing. I've seen examples of this when I've looked at article in directories, where someone has submitted a number of articles that are very similar and all appear right in a row.

          Instead of writing, spinning and submitting, should people be writing, spinning, waiting and then submitting? That is, you write your first article and spin it. Let's call the first article A1, and the spun articles A2, A3, ... A10. So, on day one, you submit A1. Day two, submit A2. Day three, submit A3. Etc. Maybe you could even space them a week apart, or perhaps 3 or 4 days apart, so that subsequent articles land on different days of the week.

          Of course, that might mean you need to write ten articles on day one, but then maybe you don't have to write any articles for another ten days (or however you space them apart) since you'll be using spun articles.

          In that way, you're getting a quantity of articles plus, if your initial article was quality and the spun versions retain that quality, you're getting the quality too. And, you're maximizing the effectiveness of that article by spreading it out instead of submitting everything at once.

          Would that be an effective strategy?

          I think this would be a good question, especially for newbies. I think people hear about spinning their articles to give them many variations and a high quantity, but what I don't think they hear often enough are strategies for maximizing the effectiveness of their spun articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author sogeshirts
    Hey Jack here is my question. Is it more effective to write many short 300 word articles or more beneficial to write longer five hundred word articles? I have heard two schools of thoughts on this and would love to know the experts answers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Asher
    Hey Jack,

    Cool stuff. I've read through my own fair share of
    article marketing stuff and I've got one question
    that I think would be an interesting question to ask
    your experts.

    Just how many articles did they have to produce
    (either themselves or outsourced) before they see
    any significant results?

    Most people quit before they see their results but
    I think that's because they don't know where they
    should be aiming at before they stop and check their
    results.

    So, I would love to hear what the experts you are
    interviewing respond to that =)

    Asher
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Thompson
    Here is a question that I think is very worth your while to include in your product, in at least some form.

    We all know that we need to have our articles ranked in the SERPs in order to really get traffic. So, what is the most cost effectie way of achieving this? Right now it is my belief that the most cost-effective way is to submit the same (unaltered) article to MANY other article directories, having the resource box point back to the article on EZA (or pick your favorite directory) ... and to make sure the anchor text is used to align with your chosen keyword.

    What's the MOST effective way to do this, if not as described? Or, if we have a budget, what is the best way to get articles ranked without regard for "most cost effective"?

    Having Steven included in the product peaks my interest, since I'm now spending good money doing article marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author FBisMoney
    PDF transcripts would be best since people can read them at their own pace and sort of highlight/take notes more effectively. I recommend getting the audio and pdf and providing the option to the consumer. Best of luck with your product!
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  • Profile picture of the author Elmer Hurlstone
    Do you style your articles differently depending on market?

    For example does a narrative style work better in one area than a story style?

    Is using humor effective in some situations?

    Elmer
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
      Hey Guys,

      This Project got delayed a little because I was
      finiishing up some other stuff but now its Full Steam
      Ahead

      So Far I have Interviewed Willie Crawford and Steven
      Wagenheim and they both knocked it out of the park

      Have two more interviews scheduled for this week

      I need more QUESTIONS!

      I can't offer the product for Free but IF you submit a
      question I'll give you the Steve Wagenheim intervew for
      FREE!

      The Intervew was supposed to be 45 mins and we wound up
      going for 1 1/2 hours

      (Steve Likes to Talk)

      Its PURE Gold and It's Your Free if you submit a question

      Jack
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      • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
        A good question might be one that's come up recently in a couple different threads, and that is regarding backlinks. The question is on the quantity of articles that need to be submitted in order to build backlinks to a site. How many?

        I think some people are looking for excuses to write fewer articles, thinking if they submit x number of articles, then they can quit. I don't think some of them see that it's an ongoing process.

        At any rate, I think a question of "How many articles do I need to submit to build backlinks?" could generate some informative answers. I know my answer, but it would be interesting to read the opinions of your experts.
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        • Profile picture of the author Kat Bartone
          I'd be interested in knowing if these Article Marketers include VIDEO article marketing in their bag of tricks, and if so:

          > what tools do they use
          > what directories do they submit to
          > how this has improved their click through rate

          Thanks,

          Kat
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      • Profile picture of the author ArticleDirectory
        Here is a good question for you:

        1.Some Article Directories have switched over to NoFollow links. How does that effect Article Marketing. Advantages and dis-advantages of having a directory implement the nofollow attribute.

        2. In most cases, there are two main reasons as to why authors submit articles. Generate a back link or drive in traffic. Now, we do know that the best method is to accomplish both, however the style is distinguished between the two reasons. If you were to tip the scale, which would be more important to concentrate on if you are a affiliate marketer?

        I may have more shortly
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  • Profile picture of the author SeanSupplee
    Is there a blueprint they follow when structuring their articles that they find to be the most effective? Such as shorter leave you hanging articles or full articles intro, body, closing
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  • Profile picture of the author Slin
    I have heard various claims on how to do article keyword research, all of them contradicting each other.

    How do you do keyword research?
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  • Profile picture of the author acrasial
    Here are some topics and questions which you may want to consider...


    1.
    Marketing articles on a DIRECTORY versus marketing articles on your own website- AND linking articles from a directory to articles on your website.


    2. Writing articles which will give you the highest conversion rate, from the title, to the content, to the author box.

    3. Is less more? Why some new writers may not find success by writing less when they first start out?


    4. Is more better when there is heavy competition or is there a way to drown out the competition with less articles? (I am talking insane competition)?


    5. writing completely UNDERIVATIVE content in niches where most of the information is well known and released already?


    6. This question is asked so often anyways: "Is it really possible to make 10,000$ with articles..."


    so given that question, I will re-ask my OWN question which was:

    How to make 10,000$+ per month with SEO'd articles alone.

    The same question would be applied and argued with both articles on a website vs articles submitted to directories... or a combination of things, but rather keep it more to article marketing alone.


    7. The psychological aspect of article writing and marketing in comparison to customers/readers...

    Persuasion techniques and common (as well as not so commonly) used methods and styles of writing which captivate and entice buyers...


    Such as using
    ---fear

    ---guilt

    ---reverse psychology (such as with narcissists).

    ---incentives (money making niche)

    etc...


    Examples of this being used in real life and effective ways to implement this for increasing the click through rate, building huge lists etc...


    8.
    The difference between article marketing and copywriting-- and switching over to copywriting FROM article marketing.


    Outlining the purpose of article marketing vs copywriting for websites and content etc...


    9. Words and phrases which can be used in articles and in the writing to persuade people to buy, psychologically linked words... like


    Go, YOU, FREE and even UNTAPPED words--- as well as the psychology behind this and why people associate with these words so frequently



    10. Outsourcing vs writing them yourself, and what you can get from both- especially if you are wanting to bulk up your potential, and how to bulk up without flooding your own potential


    11. How to completely prevent ALL of your articles from being sandboxed, and how to get OTHER PEOPLE to social bookmark your articles, WITHOUT doing any work:


    The key to writing articles which FORCE people to publish them all over the net, and make them DO all of the work for you.


    (This really can be done, and, I know so personally, so it may be something you might want to consider asking... which in a nut shell is putting the articles on auto pilot)


    12. Writing articles with MANY keywords versus optimizing an article for ONE keyword alone.... the difference and what each can get you in the long run.


    13. Quick article marketing versus long term article marketing- (pumping out articles each day to get FAST money and quick views.... versus optimizing articles and doing all the work in the long term) also which has more financial benefits (and PROOF)?


    14. Case studies and REAL examples of people who have literally become millionaires simply through article marketing and using article marketing techniques


    (this has been done as well, so I would really love to hear this discussed, if anyone is aware of these people in reality...)






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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Bastide
      WOW!

      That's a lot of great questions

      Thanks So much

      Jack


      Originally Posted by acrasial View Post

      Here are some topics and questions which you may want to consider...


      1.
      Marketing articles on a DIRECTORY versus marketing articles on your own website- AND linking articles from a directory to articles on your website.


      2. Writing articles which will give you the highest conversion rate, from the title, to the content, to the author box.

      3. Is less more? Why some new writers may not find success by writing less when they first start out?


      4. Is more better when there is heavy competition or is there a way to drown out the competition with less articles? (I am talking insane competition)?


      5. writing completely UNDERIVATIVE content in niches where most of the information is well known and released already?


      6. This question is asked so often anyways: "Is it really possible to make 10,000$ with articles..."


      so given that question, I will re-ask my OWN question which was:

      How to make 10,000$+ per month with SEO'd articles alone.

      The same question would be applied and argued with both articles on a website vs articles submitted to directories... or a combination of things, but rather keep it more to article marketing alone.


      7. The psychological aspect of article writing and marketing in comparison to customers/readers...

      Persuasion techniques and common (as well as not so commonly) used methods and styles of writing which captivate and entice buyers...


      Such as using
      ---fear

      ---guilt

      ---reverse psychology (such as with narcissists).

      ---incentives (money making niche)

      etc...


      Examples of this being used in real life and effective ways to implement this for increasing the click through rate, building huge lists etc...


      8.
      The difference between article marketing and copywriting-- and switching over to copywriting FROM article marketing.


      Outlining the purpose of article marketing vs copywriting for websites and content etc...


      9. Words and phrases which can be used in articles and in the writing to persuade people to buy, psychologically linked words... like


      Go, YOU, FREE and even UNTAPPED words--- as well as the psychology behind this and why people associate with these words so frequently



      10. Outsourcing vs writing them yourself, and what you can get from both- especially if you are wanting to bulk up your potential, and how to bulk up without flooding your own potential


      11. How to completely prevent ALL of your articles from being sandboxed, and how to get OTHER PEOPLE to social bookmark your articles, WITHOUT doing any work:


      The key to writing articles which FORCE people to publish them all over the net, and make them DO all of the work for you.


      (This really can be done, and, I know so personally, so it may be something you might want to consider asking... which in a nut shell is putting the articles on auto pilot)


      12. Writing articles with MANY keywords versus optimizing an article for ONE keyword alone.... the difference and what each can get you in the long run.


      13. Quick article marketing versus long term article marketing- (pumping out articles each day to get FAST money and quick views.... versus optimizing articles and doing all the work in the long term) also which has more financial benefits (and PROOF)?


      14. Case studies and REAL examples of people who have literally become millionaires simply through article marketing and using article marketing techniques


      (this has been done as well, so I would really love to hear this discussed, if anyone is aware of these people in reality...)



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