What To Do With My Articles

by rhairston 13 replies
Hi,

What do I do with my articles after they have been approved at EzineArticles?
Do I put the article link on my blog, do I use it as a post to my blog or both?

I see that a lot of Warriors use the review style blog. Do you just post a review
and leave it at that or do you link your articles also?

I am trying to find the best way to do this.


Thanks,
RHairston
#main internet marketing discussion forum #articles
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  • Profile picture of the author jan roos
    I normally create squidoo lenses and hubpages around the same keywords and topics of my ezine articles then I link all of this content together with my blog. I then promote my best content by bookmarking it and building links in forums etc.

    Hope that helps
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    • Profile picture of the author rhairston
      Thanks Jan, I'll do just that.
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    • Profile picture of the author Rich Stevens
      Originally Posted by jan roos View Post

      I normally create squidoo lenses and hubpages around the same keywords and topics of my ezine articles then I link all of this content together with my blog. I then promote my best content by bookmarking it and building links in forums etc.

      Hope that helps
      Jan, do you also link those articles together (instead of only your blog) so that they will rank better and in turn rank your blog higher?
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    • Originally Posted by jan roos View Post

      I normally create squidoo lenses and hubpages around the same keywords and topics of my ezine articles then I link all of this content together with my blog. I then promote my best content by bookmarking it and building links in forums etc.

      Hope that helps

      That's a really good idea, thanks for the inspiration
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  • Profile picture of the author trippmarxx
    I submit the articles to tons of various high-quality directories, then in addition to keeping my resource box intact, I will leave a link to the original article at EZA.

    I'll also add the articles to relative blogs, Squidoo lenses, Hubpages, and even use them to feed my multiple mailings lists content as well.

    The possibilities are endless. Sure, it may seem like a lot of work, but there are plenty of ways to automate these processes, too.
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    • Profile picture of the author guptara
      Hey trippmarxx,

      Great suggestion..Few questions please -

      1. Do you submit the articles yourself or do you outsource submission process? Can you suggest some of the high ranked dirs.?

      2. Do you submit the article as is or do you spin it before submitting?

      Thanks.

      Originally Posted by trippmarxx View Post

      I submit the articles to tons of various high-quality directories, then in addition to keeping my resource box intact, I will leave a link to the original article at EZA.

      I'll also add the articles to relative blogs, Squidoo lenses, Hubpages, and even use them to feed my multiple mailings lists content as well.

      The possibilities are endless. Sure, it may seem like a lot of work, but there are plenty of ways to automate these processes, too.
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  • Profile picture of the author angela99
    I use my articles in various ways; I love having an inventory to play with, it's one of the main reasons I write for EA.

    I use them for:

    * Free reports and ebooks to use as traffic generators

    * As the basis for commercial products

    * Bulking up sites with content

    * To kick start ideas for podcasts/ videos

    * Ezine content

    * Add to new domains so that they get indexed quickly
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  • Profile picture of the author Norma Holt
    Great post. Learned a lot thanks folks. I put my articles in emails for lists and put the links on my web pages but never thought about some of the other tactics. I also rss them.
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  • Profile picture of the author rhairston
    Thank you all for the help. I will be putting this info to good use. I think I'll have to sit down and come up with a daily plan to put it all into action.
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  • Profile picture of the author freudianslip27
    You can also digg your articles for some extra ummpf.

    Don't forget to get some links to your author page on ezinearticles. This will "spread the love" to all of your articles.

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  • Profile picture of the author Allen Graves
    RHairston,

    If this is the rhairston I am thinking of, you can participate in our article link exchange. You have full control over which articles you link to and which websites link to your articles...so there is no automation or grey-hat going on. You only deal with the articles and websites that you wish to promote and which you want to promote your articles. Just what the search engines want.

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  • Profile picture of the author dsmpublishing
    I always offer a link to a free ebook of mine at the end of my articles. i dont ask them to optin i just make sure that the report has links back to me.
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