For those that consistently write at least 1 a day

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For those who say they write at least one article per day, can you break it down a little more.

How many per niche? How many do you add as content on your blog/site?

Do you write and submit to many different directories hoping for traffic that way or are you just submitting for backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author butters
    I am assuming they are submitting them for traffic and not the backlinks. I think once you have 1 backlink from a site, you don't get any extra juice if you have any more from the same site.
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    • Profile picture of the author Allen Graves
      Originally Posted by butters View Post

      I am assuming they are submitting them for traffic and not the backlinks. I think once you have 1 backlink from a site, you don't get any extra juice if you have any more from the same site.


      This would be close to being correct if you took the word site and replaced it with the word page. It is deeper than that, but from my own personal testing and watching 14 different niche sites for years, the statement is incorrect using the word site, but close to correct using the word page.

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      • Profile picture of the author SEOStudent
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  • Profile picture of the author Henry Blignaut
    Hello Lady,
    I have heard that article writing for your website or blog needs to be updated at least once a week. One article per niche submitted to at least 10 or 20 different directories. This helps to increase your traffic, and rate you higher at the search engines. It also increases your back links when people place your article on their website. I hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author JeffersonB
    I try to write 10 a day. Around 300-400 words each.

    All go to blog and slowly added to ezine.. article base etc.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alevoor
      Originally Posted by JeffersonB View Post

      I try to write 10 a day. Around 300-400 words each.

      All go to blog and slowly added to ezine.. article base etc.
      I didn't quite get you...

      Do you submit them to directories first or add them to your site first and then... As far as I know, at least the EA will reject your submissions if they find it on your site first. Or is there a trick to trick them... :p
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Cutts
    Hello,

    Well I have been writing consistantly 5 articles every day for a long time now and the results are bloody good I also get 50 articles written a month which I submit to article directories then when They are submitted I drip feed them into wordpress... seems to beworking well at the moment.

    just writing 1 article a day is a great step in the right direction!

    Danny
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    That's why you post 'em on Ezine first, wait until it's been published, and THEN put it on your site
    Nope - they go on my sites first - then to EZA.

    You can't plagiarize yourself.

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

      Nope - they go on my sites first - then to EZA.

      You can't plagiarize yourself.

      kay
      Yep that's what i do.
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      • Profile picture of the author ForeignProfessor
        Originally Posted by Matt Jutras View Post

        Ok, so to clarify, EZA doesn't care if it's been published already as long as it's yours, correct?

        I was under the impression that the article couldn't have been used anywhere else already, but if you two are doing it that way then I was obviously mistaken...
        Yes, just to confirm, you are mistaken =)

        The only thing Ezine cares about is that you are not plagiarizing. So, make sure that your pen name on YOUR website is the same as your Ezine articles pen name and it won't be a problem.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Cutts
    I normally submit to Ezine go articles then I use article bot to submit to about 500 others....lol

    I also then put my author rss feed through rssbot

    Works a treat.... possibly have given too much away!

    lol

    Danny
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    If you have issues with EZA rejecting a submission because it already appears on one of your properties, be nice and respond that you wrote it and that the only place it appears is on your property. Provide proof to speed things along. This has happened twice to me over the years and both times it was cleared up quickly.

    John
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  • Profile picture of the author ArticleDirectory
    There are two types of writers

    1. That are looking for back links
    2. Looking for traffic

    If you are the first kind, 3-4 articles per site will do. If you the second type, then you have to build a system. for example, 2 articles / week = 104/year...if you can get 1 person visiting your site from each article on a daily basis...in a year, your going to have over 100 visit a day just from your articles - targeted traffic...very powerful
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    • Profile picture of the author LadyL08
      Originally Posted by ArticleDirectory View Post

      There are two types of writers

      1. That are looking for back links
      2. Looking for traffic

      If you are the first kind, 3-4 articles per site will do. If you the second type, then you have to build a system. for example, 2 articles / week = 104/year...if you can get 1 person visiting your site from each article on a daily basis...in a year, your going to have over 100 visit a day just from your articles - targeted traffic...very powerful
      I want both.
      But I guess if I write 2 articles/week for each site, I'll have plenty of backlinks by the end of the year.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    If you're using articles for backlinks, you really ought to invest in something like Big Mike's ArticleBot (incansoft.com). There are several others that do basically what that does, but you gotta take care of fellow Warriors when you can, right?. Then you can blast out your articles all over the place and get those backlinks.

    John
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Regier
    Wow great thread everyone. Took notes like crazy. just started getting serious about article marketing and this is one of the most iformative threads I have come acoss on the subject.

    Next to check out is the All-In-One thread. Even though I am not sure I need to after reading this. I now have a plan of action and some other ideas to back it up.

    Thanks again everyone.
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  • Profile picture of the author troy23
    I see little point in putting the same article on your website. Google won't index both.
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