For those of you submitting 5+ articles per day....

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I know this is something I need to experiment with and discover for myself, but I'm curious........

For all you dedicated article writers submitting 5+ per day, would you say a majority of your sales comes from just being on the "recently submitted" list, or do you credit more of your sales to ranking for keywords in google?

-Jon
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  • Profile picture of the author la dominatrix
    Originally Posted by newBum76 View Post

    I know this is something I need to experiment with and discover for myself, but I'm curious........

    For all you dedicated article writers submitting 5+ per day, would you say a majority of your sales comes from just being on the "recently submitted" list, or do you credit more of your sales to ranking for keywords in google?

    -Jon
    Definately the first one, the recently submitted keeps you on top of your niche if you have enough of them
    La dominatrix
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  • Profile picture of the author LegitBlogger
    As someone who does 30 to 70+ DAILY submissions to
    EzineArticles, I concentrate on achieving BOTH,

    By submitting this HUGE number of daily articles, I
    get lots of extra traffic for my various niches/sites
    by being among the "recently submitted" and "most
    viewed" and "most published".

    Also, by putting in relevant keywords in my articles'
    titles/headings, I also get lots of them ranked in
    google - which also brings tons of more traffic.

    So - like I said above, both work to bring lots of
    traffic to your articles.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dean Shainin
      Because of articles with over 150,000+ views I'd have to credit more of my sales to ranking for keywords in Google because to get that many views one usually has to rank in the top 3 organic search results and stay there even after making to top most viewed in EzineArticles.

      Cheers,
      Dean
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  • Profile picture of the author gskesavan
    For me it's the latter. I generally put up a web2 property and then use article directories as the main source of content. I get my articles on article directories ranked and they're placed high on search engines and end up giving me sales everyday.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lindsay Brynn
    I would say it's a combination of both. The 2nd is obviously the better tactic for the long run but the 1st never hurts either.
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  • Profile picture of the author vipdistinct
    Wow, great comments everyone! I have not done an article submit in a while and I'm wondering if it's still something that works? Anyone know?
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    • Profile picture of the author gskesavan
      Originally Posted by vipdistinct View Post

      Wow, great comments everyone! I have not done an article submit in a while and I'm wondering if it's still something that works? Anyone know?
      It works like a charm and I'm sure it will never come to an end. Article marketing is the best way to initiate business of your niche site by reaching people through search engines.
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  • Profile picture of the author yuyuan
    As an article marketer, i credit my sales to both new articles and older articles with 100,000 page views. Today the competition is fierce and new articles can't stay up for too long.

    For me, the best approach is to drive all my article traffic to my squeeze page. By doing this, i don't need to worry about my articles being push down the list or de-listed from search engines. I already have their email addresses which i can follow up with auto-respondent messages to get sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Bard
    Remember that if you are relying on the recent list it will only last as long as it takes to have more articles submitted in your category from other authors.

    If your category is a slow moving low competition keyword phrase then you could be on the list a while.

    On the other hand, if you are in a very competitive category you may only be there a few days.

    I wrote two articles for a high competition keyword phrase and both articles were knocked off the list in less than three days.

    You can get a few hundred hits in three days, but at a 20% to 40% clickthrough rate added to the conversion rate of the site you are sending them to could be a bad ROI.

    If you write an article to get on Google and you backlink it you will probably get more out of it in the long run.

    So a low competition keyword phrase article not only stays on EzineArticles Recent list longer but you get to keep it on Google longer.

    Matt
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    • Profile picture of the author Liam Hamer
      The majority of mine have come from the 'recently submitted' list. In the last week though, I have changed my approach. Before, I was writing 10-15 articles per week and submitting them all at once(in one niche) in the hope of dominating the category for the majority of the day they go live. This has worked well a couple of times, but my new approach is this:-

      -Write and submit 3-5 articles every day(in 2-3 different niches)
      -Make sure I am targeting a specific keyword phrase in each - use phrase in title, each paragraph(100 words or so) and resource box
      -A few days later, see where the article sits in google for it's keyword phrase, if on the first 2 pages backlink it in a bid to get on the front page and stay there

      My old approach was difficult to maintain because I'd see traffic for a day or two when the articles went live, but after that very little until I submitted the next batch. Also, I was struggling to write so many articles on one niche. I'm now writing about a few different niches, and introducing CPA offers rather than just sending to my sites for Clickbank sales. In the next few weeks I hope to have some articles ranking highly and hopefully bringing in traffic and sales every day. When I'm submitting articles every day, I will have articles going live every day and I prefer this to waiting days before a batch goes live.

      Some keyword research is a must when you are thinking about titles/content of your articles - but I don't really obsess about it too much. If I can rank 3 articles per week, I'm very happy with that
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