How many articles do you write a day?

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Hey everyone,

I write articles and submit them, but either I am not writing enough or not submitting to the best article submission services. Of course I use EZA, but my question here is two fold....If you are marketing your business with article marketing, how many do you submit a day? And is it realistic to come up with 5 or 10 ORIGINAL articles that aren't shabbily put together daily?

The other question I have is do you submit the SAME article to MANY different submitting services or just stick with a couple?

I am really trying to learn more about this because I have been taught that it is a great way for free organic traffic. I just haven't had a whole lot of traffic from it. Maybe I haven't been writing enough though either.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vanquish
    I usually write 5-8 articles daily and submit them to ezine articles.

    If you want organic traffic you are going to have to perform proper keyword research and use back links to get your articles listed in page 1 of google.

    I only submit to ezinearticles for traffic purposes and about 30 other directories but usually only for backlinks because the traffic you see from the other article directories is minimal compared to ezine articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    You really don't have to bash your brains out writing a ton of articles every day. The key is getting good at finding keywords you can rank for without a lot of competition to wade through. I find I burn out really fast trying to meet a daily quota. I don't burn out at all if I can write 2 articles that will pull in more traffic in the long run than 10 or 20 that didn't focus on good keywords. Keyword research is the key, no doubt about it. Unless you're all about backlinks. Then I think you're probably better served spinning or rewriting and blasting away to as many directories as possible. It's not for me, but some swear by it.

    John
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    • Profile picture of the author scrofford
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      You really don't have to bash your brains out writing a ton of articles every day. The key is getting good at finding keywords you can rank for without a lot of competition to wade through. I find I burn out really fast trying to meet a daily quota. I don't burn out at all if I can write 2 articles that will pull in more traffic in the long run than 10 or 20 that didn't focus on good keywords. Keyword research is the key, no doubt about it. Unless you're all about backlinks. Then I think you're probably better served spinning or rewriting and blasting away to as many directories as possible. It's not for me, but some swear by it.

      John
      So you are saying do keyword research just as if you were looking for keywords for a new niche? That sounds a lot easier than kicking out 5 - 8 articles a day. But I am also interested in learning more about back links. I know from what other people have told me that it is a great way to drive a lot of traffic. Thanks so much John!
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      • Profile picture of the author driven247
        It definitely depends on your preference, but surely writing as many articles as you can just to throw crap against the wall to see what sticks will never get you the results you want.

        I think if your main source of traffic is articles then a combination of good keyword research and 4-6 articles a day is more than doable.

        I have found for me to do the keyword research and plan out your articles all in one day like Saturday or Sunday for instance then just bangin out articles during the weekdays keeps me focused on writing and gets the job done.
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        • Profile picture of the author scrofford
          Originally Posted by driven247 View Post


          I have found for me to do the keyword research and plan out your articles all in one day like Saturday or Sunday for instance then just bangin out articles during the weekdays keeps me focused on writing and gets the job done.
          That is a great idea also! I guess planning is very important for article marketing.
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    • Profile picture of the author InternetM39482
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      You really don't have to bash your brains out writing a ton of articles every day. The key is getting good at finding keywords you can rank for without a lot of competition to wade through. I find I burn out really fast trying to meet a daily quota. I don't burn out at all if I can write 2 articles that will pull in more traffic in the long run than 10 or 20 that didn't focus on good keywords. Keyword research is the key, no doubt about it. Unless you're all about backlinks. Then I think you're probably better served spinning or rewriting and blasting away to as many directories as possible. It's not for me, but some swear by it.

      John
      Exactly.

      Keyword research is vitally important.

      I don't write articles myself 'cause my English sucks. I outsource maybe 30 articles every week on decent keywords that I find during that week and then submit them to my blog etc.
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    • Profile picture of the author KateD
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      You really don't have to bash your brains out writing a ton of articles every day. The key is getting good at finding keywords you can rank for without a lot of competition to wade through. I find I burn out really fast trying to meet a daily quota. I don't burn out at all if I can write 2 articles that will pull in more traffic in the long run than 10 or 20 that didn't focus on good keywords. Keyword research is the key, no doubt about it. Unless you're all about backlinks. Then I think you're probably better served spinning or rewriting and blasting away to as many directories as possible. It's not for me, but some swear by it.

      John
      I totally agree with Zeus. I see way too many marketers decide to promote a particular niche, and then immediately start to write and submit article after article without seeing much results.


      The fact is that if you don't effective keyword research in the beginning, most of your articles will never even smell the first page of Google.

      Developing a list of keyword phrases that have good search volume but lower amounts of competition should be your first step in article marketing.

      It's only after developing this list should you start to write and submit your articles to article directories.

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  • Profile picture of the author keivn2
    5-8 articles daily?

    That is amazing..how long does you take to write each article?
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    • Profile picture of the author Vanquish
      Originally Posted by keivn2 View Post

      5-8 articles daily?

      That is amazing..how long does you take to write each article?
      Practice makes perfect if you concentrate and make a list you can write articles at lighning fast speeds. I usually write and submit 5 in an hour.

      Like many have mentioned proper keyword research is key. I have sets of articles that bring in organic traffic than I also write articles to build a list in really competitive markets like IM.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lawyer007
    I write around 4 articles a day but half of my articles each week are in blogs... do you really think you get more traffic from Ezine than other resources?? I use Ezine Articles as well, have a bunch but haven't seen a huge wave of traffic..
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  • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
    I used to write 5-10 a day but after learning how to do proper keyword research I now only write 1 - 3 a week.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rohit Shah
    I write about 3-4 good quality articles.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      14 today and it's been one of those days when I feel I'm moving at a snails pace as the writing just wouldn't come quickly. Some days are easy, some aren't.
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    • Profile picture of the author Lawyer007
      Originally Posted by Rohit Shah View Post

      I write about 3-4 good quality articles.
      These are the best kind! :p
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    Writing good articles that don't have the same tone and feel as the last one takes a certain amount of creative energy. I think on my best day I've written six, each averaging around 700 words. I was wiped out and felt like I had spent the day digging ditches.

    Mental work can be just as exhausting as physical. I average 2500 words a day when I'm working but that's broken into several different writing categories. My hat's off to people who can produce 10, 12, even 15 well-written, informative and original articles a day. I see such claims often on WF and wonder...
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  • Profile picture of the author global1967
    hello,
    what you need to do is pick three article directories and your blog. They are ezine articles, goarticles, and articlebase thats it. EZA for traffic and the other two for back links. Then write 2 articles and make 4 versions of them simply by changin the titles slightly and changing words with different synomns. then do keyword research. Make sure you have long tail keywords that when in inverted commas have about 5000 websites with that exact phrase in them and you will rank on the 1st page of google guaranteed.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      I see such claims often on WF and wonder...
      Nothing to wonder about unless in threads where people claim to write hundreds of articles a week.

      Writing for my own sites I can do four 500+ word articles in an hour. Today I was writing for clients - more research required and writing is slower as I'm not as familiar with the topics and I'm more of a perfectionist than with my own "stuff".

      I try not to write more than 6 hours a day - but some days 6 becomes 10 or more. You do what you gotta do.

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      • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
        Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

        Nothing to wonder about unless in threads where people claim to write hundreds of articles a week.
        kay
        Well, Kay...

        I'd say you're more the exception than the rule. Maybe I should have been more specific when I said I wonder. I've seen plenty of posts on WF were people claim to knock out up to 15 article a day.

        Of course the posts where they're making these claims are riddled with grammar and spelling issues, lower case characters where upper are called for, and lots of other unsavory writing boo boos.

        And if they're not putting forth even minimal effort here, chances are really good that the stuff they're producing for the directories are lacking as well. I guess then it becomes a matter of quantity over quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author rtrotter
    Steve, the number per day is not as important as the quality of content. If you write really good content and place it on EZA it will get picked up and placed of other people's sites. That can bring you more traffic than EZA would alone. Setup Google Alerts for each article so you can know when someone picks up the article and places it on their site. Then you can go to that site owner and offer to write more articles for them and place better content text links to your site than EZA allows.
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  • I write an article or two a week and spin each three times. Submit to EZA, ArticlesBase, GoArticles, iSnare, Buzzle, and Article Alley -- the only directories that ever got me any traffic. Lately Buzzle has been the big winner for both link juice and click-throughs. The only times I have ever seen noticeable spikes in traffic are from articles that got spread around by people who scrape their content and are decent enough to leave the links in place.
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  • Profile picture of the author H.Miller
    I write at least 10 articles a day. I do my keyword research with the google keyword tool, come up with several titles and then start writing. Keyword research is so very important. Writing your articles based around keywords that you know people are searching for is a sure way to get your articles read and get traffic to your site.

    I submit my articles to about 7 directories. EZA, Goarticles, ideamarketers, articlealley etc..
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    • Profile picture of the author Silas Hart
      Sorry, I don't mean to thread-jack, but I'm still studying on writing articles before I commit to doing it, and then out-sourcing it.

      My question is, how do you target keywords within articles? Right now my articles are roughly 500 words, although it may go over since I seem to get into the quality of the actual article so it may be over 800 or something. But yeah, how do you actually target keywords? Say I'm writing articles to get traffic to a site called "GuitarLessons.com" or something (not an actual site of mine) should I say

      "If you've ever been interested in taking Guitar Lessons, then I recommend first understanding the different guitars there are...."

      which is direct, or should I find relative keywords such as

      "If you've ever been interested in learning how to Read Guitar Tabs, then I recommend first understanding the different guitars there are...."

      (with both articles, at the end, recommending it's readers go to GuitarLessons.com)

      How many times should I say the keyword in a 500 page article?

      Sorry, still new to article marketing.
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      • Profile picture of the author scrofford
        Originally Posted by FaJeeb View Post

        Sorry, I don't mean to thread-jack, but I'm still studying on writing articles before I commit to doing it, and then out-sourcing it.

        My question is, how do you target keywords within articles? Right now my articles are roughly 500 words, although it may go over since I seem to get into the quality of the actual article so it may be over 800 or something. But yeah, how do you actually target keywords? Say I'm writing articles to get traffic to a site called "GuitarLessons.com" or something (not an actual site of mine) should I say

        "If you've ever been interested in taking Guitar Lessons, then I recommend first understanding the different guitars there are...."

        which is direct, or should I find relative keywords such as

        "If you've ever been interested in learning how to Read Guitar Tabs, then I recommend first understanding the different guitars there are...."

        (with both articles, at the end, recommending it's readers go to GuitarLessons.com)

        How many times should I say the keyword in a 500 page article?

        Sorry, still new to article marketing.
        Good question...I kinda asked the same question earlier...I asked John if you do your key word research as if you were looking for a new niche. Can anyone explain?
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      • Profile picture of the author scrofford
        Originally Posted by FaJeeb View Post

        Sorry, I don't mean to thread-jack, but I'm still studying on writing articles before I commit to doing it, and then out-sourcing it.

        My question is, how do you target keywords within articles? Right now my articles are roughly 500 words, although it may go over since I seem to get into the quality of the actual article so it may be over 800 or something. But yeah, how do you actually target keywords? Say I'm writing articles to get traffic to a site called "GuitarLessons.com" or something (not an actual site of mine) should I say

        "If you've ever been interested in taking Guitar Lessons, then I recommend first understanding the different guitars there are...."

        which is direct, or should I find relative keywords such as

        "If you've ever been interested in learning how to Read Guitar Tabs, then I recommend first understanding the different guitars there are...."

        (with both articles, at the end, recommending it's readers go to GuitarLessons.com)

        How many times should I say the keyword in a 500 page article?

        Sorry, still new to article marketing.
        Sorry to post this again, but I would really like this question answered if possible. I think it's important, and I really would like to know!
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  • Profile picture of the author tess47
    I write about 15 a day, but I am a ghostwriter

    All kidding aside, when I write articles for my own purposes I write a couple per day, then submit them to Ezine as well as ArticlesBase, and a couple of others. Mostly for linking purposes, but I do find that I get a good deal of traffic from ArticlesBase lately.

    I honestly do think that writing 2-3 per day and submitting to a handful of the top-ranked directories is a good idea, both for traffic and link purposes.
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  • Profile picture of the author TimS
    Once you write SEO articles every day, all day for a very long time, you would be surprised with how quickly they can get done. This is especially true if you have the tools necessary to write quickly. (Dragon and the right microphone)

    Think of it this way. If you were to sit and talk to someone about a subject you were familiar with, how long would it take for you to talk 300 - 500 words intelligently? That is about how quickly you can write a good article, once the research is done.

    If you are writing about something that you know inside and out, reaching large numbers of unique, well written articles per day is not out of the question.
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  • Profile picture of the author ClutterButterfly
    I can only manage to write one good article per day because of time restrictions but I do make sure that that article is top notch and very original. Through this alone, I am making sales; only 4-5 per week but sales nonetheless through article marketing. I think quality is the key; surfers are looking for answers, not a weak see-through sales pitch. Most come to your article not looking to whip out their wallet but to find an answer. Give them most of the answer then get them begging for the cherry. My site is only 6 wks old and this method is working for me. Such a newbie, I can't post my site link here yet!
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  • Profile picture of the author ClutterButterfly
    It's also a good technique to put the top keyword in your author bio for seo purposes. You can bold it by typing <b>before the word(s) ,and </b>after. Worth a try!
    I'm really new to this game too, so if I'm wrong here, I can take it!!
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    ATM i have three writers for a total of 38 articles weekly. I know, need more. Article Quality is also a HUGE criteria. Rather 20 High Quality Articles than 50 "what the hell is that" articles...
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  • Profile picture of the author peetred
    Sometimes it's not all about the articles. Yes, a good article is one peice, but you must also take into consideration the resource box. Make sure that you are testing resource boxes and trying to improve your clickthrough rates. You can see this on Ezine articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author JackPowers
    I just try to write articles that are more likely to be picked up and distributed. I've tried putting out 5-10 a day, but without much result.
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  • Profile picture of the author ewenmack
    Another traffic stategy from articles I haven't seen written on this thread is directly from ezinearticles.

    Here how it works...

    Go to ezinearticles and search for the main category you are submitting too.

    In my case it is dogs.

    Click on any article in that catogory and scroll down and see which articles are the most viewed and the most published in the last 90 days.

    From there you will see that dog training and body language are the most popular.

    Now you can use dog training and body language in your headlines and your article is most likely to appear on the same page as the most viewed article.

    You will get readers reading your article.

    Here's a weird thing...the most popular article on dog training has a link out to bathroom cabinets which is an adsense page!

    Anyway, you don't have to do keyword research from Google.

    The traffic is directly coming from ezinearticles.

    Video marketers are doing the same thing with youtube as they have the second highest trafficked search engine.

    You will be astonished as to what are the most searched for titles in your catogory
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    Just join in the party, no invitation needed!

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  • Profile picture of the author babarapho
    Get targeted keywords, write good articles. It is not how many you write a day that matters but how targeted.
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    • Profile picture of the author turbostar52
      Originally Posted by babarapho View Post

      Get targeted keywords, write good articles. It is not how many you write a day that matters but how targeted.
      You can find only so many keywords with low competition in a niche. What do you do after targeting all keywords with low competition? And what if the niche has only competitive keywords? There are quite a few niches that have only very competive keywords. For example, take a look at the acne skin care niche using the Google Adwords Keyword Tool.
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      • Profile picture of the author halfpoint
        In my experience, if you're submitting to Ezine Articles it's probably best to limit yourself to 5 per day per niche.

        I have written and submitted 25 in one day all in the one niche and it was kind of like I was I competing against myself. (Keep in mind the only reason I submit to Ezine Articles is for the initial traffic burst when the articles go live)

        I have found I would have been better off submitting the 25 articles over a 4-5 day period instead.
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      • Profile picture of the author halfpoint
        Originally Posted by turbostar52 View Post

        You can find only so many keywords with low competition in a niche. What do you do after targeting all keywords with low competition? And what if the niche has only competitive keywords? There are quite a few niches that have only very competive keywords. For example, take a look at the acne skin care niche using the Google Adwords Keyword Tool.
        You're not looking hard enough.

        I did some keyword research for the acne niche a few hours ago. I found about 65 keywords that have less than 30k competing pages and at least 15 searches a day.

        There are many, many more, too. I just don't need anymore than that at the moment.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lee Ka Hoong
    I write about 1 article for my blog once 3 days. It depends, if I'm free and I'll write more articles.
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  • Between my company and articles for clients, I usually write 15-20 per day on average. Time consuming, but worth the extra effort.
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  • Profile picture of the author ArticlePrince
    I write 10 a day, but it's better to set a goal of one a day and sometimes do 2 than to set a goal of 10 a day, feel overwhelmed and do none. Each article takes me around 7-8 minuets, but I'm familiar with the niche and I type quickly. If you can do five quality articles in an hour, you're doing great. I submit the same article to 10 directories to increase their chances of being published and as backlinks to my ezines articles.
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  • Question.

    If someone writes anywhere from 3 to 10 articles per day everyday how good are the articles?

    Even 3 per day over a period of a year is over 1000 articles. Does this mean the author is an expert and has submitted quality information that is picked up?

    Guess that was 2 questions
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Marshall
    I was trying to write 14 articles everyday, and I am burning myself out. I am starting to outsource some of my articles and repost my articles at other sites to build backlinks.

    I am going to focus more on backlinking my websites and landing pages on my own domains and less time just writing new content all day.

    I will still write new content, but not 14 brand new articles everyday.
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  • Profile picture of the author FriendlyRob
    On the days that I write, which isn't every day, I will write about 5-10. I'm happy to create about 50 a month.

    Here is what I have found, out of every 10 articles that I write, there will be one real winner. By winner, I mean about 1000 views and 100-200 clicks. For me that usually makes up for the other 9. But I have found that it is about doing it consistently.
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  • Profile picture of the author Darth Executor
    0. And today i plan on writing twice as many!
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  • Profile picture of the author scrofford
    So for you guys that write 5 to 10 or more a day, have you seen an increase in trafficl or sales?
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  • Profile picture of the author scrofford
    I guess I will have to plan on creating a list every week on the subjects to write on and then writing a couple each day. If I do my keyword research properly, then I should be able to drive a lot of traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Carl Kelly
    I write approximately ZERO articles per day, every day. I've maintained that consistently for quite some time now, and I've found that to be very effective for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author JMPruitt
    I do a big keyword list about once a month. as I use each keyword, I strike it off the list. Spend one day a month doing the kw research, spend a few hours every day researching, then write the articles based on the research done. I can usually write 5-6 good articles in a day, post them to my blog, article directories, or other sites. Also save a few for giving out as unique content for other people's sites as guest posts. Great way to get more links, especially if you are a blogger.
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  • Profile picture of the author sumbu
    It's all about quality not quantity. One well researched article with good keyword research and great SEO can work harder than 10 articles. Send me a PM and I will send you a free review copy of my WSO (see sig link). It will really help you out with a step by step process you can follow.
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  • Profile picture of the author dsmpublishing
    Hi guys

    i used to get 5 out there a day but now i find it much more productive to do 50 once a month for one of my websites only and concentrate on the backlinks. Since then ive noticed ive gone a lot further in the google rankings and my business sales have gone through the roof.

    Once you have some spare cash you can outsource them and then like i do find a nice husband that is soft enough to submit them all for you and bookmark them!!!! (dont tell him i said that)

    kind regards


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