Put Articles On Your Site First?

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OK So I've heard this for a while and been curious about exactly how you implement it. My usual thing right now is to submit to EZA and then to 10 other directories, and soon to use the article in FTS soon thereafter. I have a 3 page lander right now but I'm wondering how/where should I post articles on my site? I use weebly to create my sites, should I create a blog there as a page of my site and title it "article archive" or something? I feel like it might take away from how people progress through my site but if it will help it get ranked I'd like to know how.

Thanks,

- Brandon

P.S. It's a .info and it's a few hundred backlinks to late to change that but I'd like to do the best with what I've got.
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  • Profile picture of the author WebFlip
    I always put the articles on my site first, then spin them a bit for EZA and other directories, linking back to my site to give my site article authority, has been working for me!

    -Safe Travels,
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  • Profile picture of the author Branlan17
    How/Where do you post the articles on your site as to not interrupt the flow potential costumers have through your site?
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  • Profile picture of the author Gavin Stephenson
    My technique is to put crap articles on the articles sites and the good articles on my site. I only use articles sites for backlinks.

    Yeh Like Web flip said. I just notice lol
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  • Profile picture of the author WebFlip
    Well it depends on the site, I'm assuming this is primarily an ecommerce site? If so I use a separate blog area and install WP in that area of my site then put all articles in that part of the site. This allows you to also attack a keyword string as well for SEO because you can get it in your URL if you don't already have it by installing WP within that subdirectory of your domain. I also ensure that I still have a way for people to get back to the product I'm selling as well after each article and direct linking throughout!

    Safe Travels,
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  • Profile picture of the author tommen
    I always put the article first on my blog, and then I submit it to Ezinearticles.It´s always better to post unique content on your own blog and take advantage of the back links you will get from article directories.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gama Seva
    I don't put my articles on the same website that I am promoting...
    I have 10 separate blogs (for hyping purposes only) with different
    IP addresses where I post the orginal version of the articles.
    I then spin the original articles using PLR Article Rewriter for
    EZA submission.

    Gama
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  • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
    It is already posted but I will post it again ... This is what you need to read to see proven methods that actually do work and have been tested..

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...eza-first.html

    James
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  • Profile picture of the author Branlan17
    Thanks you everyone for your input, reading the referred thread now. Looks like my best option might be to place a summary version on my site's blog with the full one on EZA, but I'll keep reading the thread for now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Branlan17
    James,

    I read your post over there and am confused a bit, if you have one blogger blog and a blog on your site, where do the links from each of those point to? Does the blog on your site point to the product? And the blogger blog point to your site in one link and an article in the other?
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    • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
      Originally Posted by Branlan17 View Post

      James,

      I read your post over there and am confused a bit, if you have one blogger blog and a blog on your site, where do the links from each of those point to? Does the blog on your site point to the product? And the blogger blog point to your site in one link and an article in the other?
      I do not use blogger or any other free blog site. I install the blogs on my own site. I am not sure which post you read ..lol I have several proven plans posted on that thread. But maybe this will explain it better to you ...

      Interlinking Exchange (yes, that is my made up name), can be very powerful and help increase your rankings. Now there are many ways to do Interlinking Exchange but one way that does work very well is posted below.

      You Currently Have:


      Article On Your Site/Blog - You have Article On Article Directory

      Now what you want to do is since most article directories allow 2 links

      * Link #1 - Leads To Blog
      * Link #2 - Leads To Site

      Now you want to install another blog (on the same domain and name the folder with keywords) and on this blog you are only going to use the article summaries and any widgets that article directories allow you to use. So on your posted summary you are going to link it like this.

      By using one of the words in the summary (keyword should be used) you will link to the article. If you have an article posted on more than one directory then use different summaries on this 2ndary blog and link to them the same way.

      By using another word in the summary you want to link to the main blog, the same exact place your article links to from the article directory.

      Now you also want to add on this 2ndary blog the article widget so it will link to your articles.

      The reason why you are installing a 2ndary blog and using it is this

      * It links back to main blog which gives main blog more power
      * It links to the article which gives the article more power
      * Since you are using this blog to push the power your visitors never see the widgets and links back to the articles. This way you are keeping your main blog clutter free so nothing distracts your visitor.

      You End Up With:

      Article On Your Site/Blog - You have Article On Article Directory - 2ndary Blog For Summaries

      During this same process you should be aware that you should submit all Rss Feeds to Rss Directories...

      You see all of this plays a important role and all of it works together. You must be out there marketing your site and have proper seo on your site. Use articles, article directories, social media networks, press releases, document sharing sites and etc..

      Doing this + bookmarking will increase your rankings very easily...

      James
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  • Profile picture of the author Gavin Stephenson
    This is getting way to confusing.

    1. Find a keyword you can get ranked for.
    1. Create quality content for the your keyword and Post that article to your blog
    2. Spin your good article and submit the spun versions to the article directories point links to your the quality post. (Forget trying to get traffic from the article directories Just use their link juice)
    4. Social Bookmark all Links
    5. Tell your friends on twitter and facebook about your new content.
    6. Look for more ways to build links to your quality blog post.
    7. Wait a week or so to see if your ranked first page, if not build more links.
    8. Start from step one again.

    SE NUKE will kick ass with this whole process. Can be done in 20minutes

    Also MAKE SURE YOU BUILD YOUR LIST. Forget trying to sell your product, worry about that later. Your list will be worth at least $1 per subscriber per month..

    Hope this helps bud.
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  • Profile picture of the author Branlan17
    And having an article on your site (blog) linking to an article that links back to that site... is that alright in google's eyes?
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    • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
      Originally Posted by Branlan17 View Post

      And having an article on your site (blog) linking to an article that links back to that site... is that alright in google's eyes?
      It works perfect and no google does not care.. Anyone tells you any different is a fool ... This has been tested and tested for many many months. I do the same thing as I would never suggest anyone do something that I would not do myself...

      James
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  • Profile picture of the author Gavin Stephenson
    I havent tested this method. But if you want to build a strong site/blog you should work on pointing one way links from High PR sites to your content. Right now you site probably has 0 PR. So it wouldnt be worth pointing a link back to your articles from you 0 PR blog.

    Use social bookmarking sites.. Angelas Backlinks aswell to build strong links to your post
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    • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
      Originally Posted by GavinStephenson View Post

      I havent tested this method. But if you want to build a strong site/blog you should work on pointing one way links from High PR sites to your content. Right now you site probably has 0 PR. So it wouldnt be worth pointing a link back to your articles from you 0 PR blog.

      Use social bookmarking sites.. Angelas Backlinks aswell to build strong links to your post
      PR means nothing ... it means zip .... This has already been proven time and time again. I know some will disagree but that's ok, to each his/her own.

      Sorry but I will fully disagree, building the main site using a blog and even a 2ndary blog will in fact increase you rankings and that so-called PR which means nothing..

      James
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      • Profile picture of the author Gavin Stephenson
        Originally Posted by TheRichJerksNet View Post

        PR means nothing ... it means zip .... This has already been proven time and time again. I know some will disagree but that's ok, to each his/her own.

        Sorry but I will fully disagree, building the main site using a blog and even a 2ndary blog will in fact increase you rankings and that so-called PR which means nothing..

        James
        We have all tested different methods. Thats just what works for me.

        Just want to clarify though. Are you saying that if I point a link to a article on my blog that comes from a 0PR site it will out rank one with PR5
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        • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
          Originally Posted by GavinStephenson View Post

          We have all tested different methods. Thats just what works for me.

          Just want to clarify though. Are you saying that if I point a link to a article on my blog that comes from a 0PR site it will out rank one with PR5
          A PR0 can outrank a PR 5 any day of the week ... I would also like to point out that just because :

          mydomain.com is a PR8 does not mean mydomain.com/page1.html is a PR8, it more than likely is a PR0..

          Backlinks are what matters after you have everything set and proper keyword research and etc...

          James
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          • Profile picture of the author Gavin Stephenson
            Originally Posted by TheRichJerksNet View Post

            A PR0 can outrank a PR 5 any day of the week ... I would also like to point out that just because :

            mydomain.com is a PR8 does not mean mydomain.com/page1.html is a PR8, it more than likely is a PR0..

            Backlinks are what matters after you have everything set and proper keyword research and etc...

            James

            Emmmmm never tried it to be honest. All this time Ive been working on high PR. Guess I need to test that out one day. I'll still continue with whats working for me right. Thanks for the Advice James. I learnt something new today cheers
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      • Profile picture of the author KenJ
        Hi James

        Thanks for this explanation. I have heard this from a few warriors but I didn't "get" what they were talking about. The whole business of using blogs/sites/directories on a single domain has been a closed book to me thus far.

        I'm off to make some changes.

        Ken
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        • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
          Originally Posted by kenj View Post

          Hi James

          Thanks for this explanation. I have heard this from a few warriors but I didn't "get" what they were talking about. The whole business of using blogs/sites/directories on a single domain has been a closed book to me thus far.

          I'm off to make some changes.

          Ken
          Glad I could help Ken..

          James
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