Can somebody remind me, New article onto ezine or my site first ?

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Hi Guys,
Can somebody please remind me how if i put a new article i`ve written onto my own site how i then submit it to ezine articles without it being refused because they find it already submitted ?

I have read before how i can and should add to my own site before i send to ezine but i cannot remember what i actual read about this matter can any body remind me pls.

Cheers Jim
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  • Profile picture of the author RobinSkeen
    It's up to you really. I post on my site first to more or less establish ownership. I have never had a problem with submitting to ezine afterwards.
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    • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      Hi Jim, here you are! This is surely the thread you were looking for, and remembered reading?

      All my articles (and my clients' articles) go on our own sites first, then to EZA. The idea that EZA don't accept work previously published on your own site is just a complete myth; there's never been any truth in it at all.
      When you do both do you generally find that the EZA article outranks the site article? If so, do you still see your site article in the SERPS as well (in addition to the EZA article)?
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      • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
        Originally Posted by Marhelper View Post

        When you do both do you generally find that the EZA article outranks the site article? If so, do you still see your site article in the SERPS as well (in addition to the EZA article)?
        Great question i`d like to see the replys to this also, i would guess that ezine will out rank your site unless your own site is PR4-5 but which one are you actually wanting to rank the highest ? Are you submitting to ezine for the backlink and the slight traffic you get from the actually site or are you wanting ezine to be higher in the serps ? which really doent make much sense i would of thought that you would want your own site to rank the highest and by simple backlinking you would beat the ezine article.
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        • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
          Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

          Great question i`d like to see the replys to this also, i would guess that ezine will out rank your site unless your own site is PR4-5 but which one are you actually wanting to rank the highest ? Are you submitting to ezine for the backlink and the slight traffic you get from the actually site or are you wanting ezine to be higher in the serps ? which really doent make much sense i would of thought that you would want your own site to rank the highest and by simple backlinking you would beat the ezine article.
          I wanted to get another opinion but in my experience:

          In order to outrank EZA you need some real high and/or consistent backlinking. It also helps when the EZA article itself is linking to the article on site. I have both EZA and my own site article ranking on page one of Google for a competitive keyword. I just wanted to know others experience with it.
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    • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      Hi Jim, here you are! This is surely the thread you were looking for, and remembered reading?

      All my articles (and my clients' articles) go on our own sites first, then to EZA. The idea that EZA don't accept work previously published on your own site is just a complete myth; there's never been any truth in it at all.
      lol...it seems like just about every EZA thread sends people to THAT thread....

      maybe we should just have it posted to the top of the forum or something?
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      • Profile picture of the author marketingva
        I've never found it helpful to be concerned about whether or not my article will be ranked higher on EzineArticles or on my site. I know my articles will end up in the search engines and I'm only concerned about the results and not the ranking. If your articles are driving traffic to your site and converting well then you can move on to write and submit more articles!

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        • Profile picture of the author rileyb
          I agree, you can write as many articles as you need. If one outranks your site it really will not matter.
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  • Profile picture of the author JonAlfredsson
    Hi, I agree that you must submit the articles to your site first then to EZA. I never had problems with submitting the articles to ezine after posting it to my site.
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  • Profile picture of the author woodymcgrath
    If you put the article first in your site and attribute the author name as the same one you submit in Ezinearticles, that shouldn't be a problem.
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  • Profile picture of the author Phil_UK
    Site first, then Eza.

    But both are different, and not just spun.

    The one in your article to Eza (and/or other directories) should leave the reader hanging, wanting to know the answer to something you haven't given away in the article.

    The one on your site should give them the answer! No point in going to your site to read essentially the same thing twice, and no point in giving them the answer in your article so that they don't need to go to your site!

    Phil
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