Article Marketing...?

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Hey guys,

I know there are quite a few threads here with information worth gold regarding article marketing.

I' saw posts regarding people doing six figures fulltime with article marketing. I know this thing works, but I've not just tried it yet.

Before I start, I'm looking for a few suggestions and answers to my questions.

I've a plan. So what I'm going to do is - lets say outsource 100-200 articles on a certain niche, quality articles, full of hype tittle and a great resource box. Forward all the traffic to a pre-sell blog and sell a affiliate product.

Thing is.. How much traffic should I expect to be coming in? How to make sure that I've good amount of views each article?

Any advanced Article Marketing guides you can suggest? I'm not newbie to this Internet Marketing arena, but I've not tried Article Marketing yet.

Thanks a lot for taking the time to read the post.

Cheers,
Roshan
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    • Profile picture of the author Roshan C
      Hey Alexa,

      Thanks a lot for taking your time to reply this post.

      Just a question:

      If I post article on my website FIRST and THEN on EzineArticles(Article Directory) - will they still approve the article? I'm a newbie at this. So I'm not sure.. I thought they only accept 100% unique content?

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      • Profile picture of the author regska
        Originally Posted by Roshan C View Post

        Hey Alexa,

        Thanks a lot for taking your time to reply this post.

        Just a question:

        If I post article on my website FIRST and THEN on EzineArticles(Article Directory) - will they still approve the article? I'm a newbie at this. So I'm not sure.. I thought they only accept 100% unique content?

        Cheers,
        Roshan

        It will still be approved. It is still unique because you are the author of the article. If EZA found out that your article is also posted to other sites and blogs, it will still be acceptable as long as you are the author of that article. The only way it will be rejected is if you copy someone's work.
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        • Profile picture of the author rajivkumar900
          I vote for smith opinion, cause I am doing article marketing since long time and below information comes from hardcore experience.

          i want to add up one more thing...see article marketing is not only writing articles and submitting to directories..

          The only thing matter is Good article with powerful backlinking.
          if you do backlinking step in proper way you will surely beat any kind of competition.

          I personally did it for so many clients, so there is no guess work or rocket science facts.

          Thanks.
          Rajiv

          Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

          No, I promise you that's a widespread myth put about by people who misunderstand. There are a lot of them, though! :rolleyes:

          I have hundreds of articles on EZA which which were all first published on my one sites/blogs and indexed there, and then submitted unedited, unspun and unchanged to EZA. So do many of my clients and a lot of other professional article marketers. (If you're using a pen-name to publish them on your own site, you just need to submit them to directories in the same pen-name so they don't imagine it's plagiarised content: that's all.)

          To the best of my knowledge (though there may be one or two others I don't know of), the only article directory that requires unique, original content is the one called "Buzzle" - which is why I've never used it.

          PS Don't let people tell you that it's easier to get traffic by using the high-PR of article directories rather than your own sites. It's easy to outrank article directories just by choosing the right long-ass keywords: it's all in the keyword research. You're not going to outrank EZA for "weight loss" or "diets" in a hurry, obviously, but there are other keywords for which you can, and those are the ones to go for, so that you, not an article directory, develop an authority site - this is where the real money is.
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          • Profile picture of the author JonAlfredsson
            I agree with these guys- I have posted articles to my blog first, then submitted to EZA - once approved and published - i submit the articles to article directories. I submitted same articles but I was not penalized. One thing that really matters is how you drive traffic and backlinks to the articles. =) There are many things that you can do for backlinking.
            -social bookmarking - bookmark the U.R.Ls of the published articles
            -blog commenting on related niche
            -Forum posting

            and a lot more.

            Originally Posted by rajivkumar900 View Post

            I vote for smith opinion, cause I am doing article marketing since long time and below information comes from hardcore experience.

            i want to add up one more thing...see article marketing is not only writing articles and submitting to directories..

            The only thing matter is Good article with powerful backlinking.
            if you do backlinking step in proper way you will surely beat any kind of competition.

            I personally did it for so many clients, so there is no guess work or rocket science facts.

            Thanks.
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            • Profile picture of the author Kay King
              To avoid duplicate content, of course, you might want to change around some of the sentences to make them look more original.
              That is wrong! Please read Alexa's comments - articles do not have anything to do with duplicate content. If you wrote them and they are are unique you don't need to change them for other articles directories. Just submit to your site and then to EZA and submit elsewhere after EZA approval. It really is that simple.

              You do not need to be changing them unless you have a specific reason to - such as Unique Article Wizard submission.

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        • Profile picture of the author David McAnulty
          Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

          No, I promise you that's a widespread myth put about by people who misunderstand. There are a lot of them, though! :rolleyes:

          I have hundreds of articles on EZA which which were all first published on my one sites/blogs and indexed there, and then submitted unedited, unspun and unchanged to EZA. So do many of my clients and a lot of other professional article marketers. (If you're using a pen-name to publish them on your own site, you just need to submit them to directories in the same pen-name so they don't imagine it's plagiarised content: that's all.)

          To the best of my knowledge (though there may be one or two others I don't know of), the only article directory that requires unique, original content is the one called "Buzzle" - which is why I've never used it.

          PS Don't let people tell you that it's easier to get traffic by using the high-PR of article directories rather than your own sites. It's easy to outrank article directories just by choosing the right long-ass keywords: it's all in the keyword research. You're not going to outrank EZA for "weight loss" or "diets" in a hurry, obviously, but there are other keywords for which you can, and those are the ones to go for, so that you, not an article directory, develop an authority site - this is where the real money is.
          I would like to add to this because a new method of blogging came on the scene that may make the "myth" posting to your blog first will cause eZine to reject your submission a reality.

          While this is entirely true as long as the content that is posted belongs to you eZine articles has no problem approving your articles or posts regardless if they were posted to your site 1st there is an a new blogging method that may change this.

          I personally ran into this issue recently that may turn this "myth" into a reality.

          I had a post on my blog that I decided to use on eZine articles. So, I submitted it. A few days later eZine articles reported this post being displayed on another site and provided me with the url. Exact Words
          " We would like to help you get this article approved but there is an issue which needs to be resolved first.
          Your article does not adhere to the following Editorial Guideline, Section 1.b"


          After some investigation, I was able to determine this was an autoblog site pulling feeds from my post without providing me credit as the author.

          I explained the issue and provided multiple post urls illustrating the autoblog method this site was using. eZine Articles still rejected my post based on the fact that this site had the same content, but not did not state me as the source.

          My point is, now with the use of autoblogging, scraping content from others without providing the correct recognition you may find yourself in the same scenario.

          I wanted to warn all out their that if your content is posted 1st to your site and then scraped by an autoblog before approved by eZine your submission will get rejected your article regardsless of the proof you can provide.

          FYI
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        • Profile picture of the author CanuckWarrior
          Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

          I have hundreds of articles on EZA which were all first published on my one sites/blogs and indexed there, and then submitted unedited, unspun and unchanged to EZA. So do many of my clients and a lot of other professional article marketers. (If you're using a pen-name to publish them on your own site, you just need to submit them to directories in the same pen-name so they don't imagine it's plagiarised content: that's all.)
          Alexa,

          The identical articles you submit to EZA, are they linking back to the identical content on your site? or to a different page/post on your site that contains the identical content? or something else?

          I'm not grasping the exact method (or benefit) of what you've described. If you could turn the light bulb on for me that would be great.

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              Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

              You're building up your site as the authority site, not the article directory; you're using the article directory to get traffic from it, not to send traffic to it; you're ensuring that in the long run you don't get into this ridiculous position that so many "article marketers" get into where article directories are outranking them for all their own keywords. In short, you're getting the benefits of using article directories but without all the long-term strings and catches of which some people are apparently unaware.

              This method's part of a long-term approach to building up a real business which can produce gradually growing residual income from work already done, in contrast with the sort of article marketing most "guides" are teaching, which is really no more than a "hit-and-run, fast work, fast traffic, fast sales, build up other people's sites for them and keep on frantically repeating the same thing over and over again in order to maintain the income" approach.
              Ok, wanting to build your own site's authority makes perfect sense, but 3 things still aren't clear to me.

              1) Suppose I have a site on the well worn topic of dog training. I then write a piece of content on the phrase "How to train your dog to climb walls" residing on my site at www.mydogtrainingsite.com/How-to-train-your-dog-to-climb-walls.html

              Do I submit the article to EZA on the EXACT same keyword phrase? Or do I modify the tag (or something else) to perhaps ""How to train your dog to climb vertical surfaces"? Knowing that I don't want EZA to outrank my site for the same keyword but I do want to post identical content.

              2) How are you (or do you even) DIRECTLY backlink to the original article on your site?

              3) Are all identical EZAs for a given site pointing to the same landing page?

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                  Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

                  They usually are in my case. I want people (a) to see my product-review and prominent, incentivized opt-in, so I normally (not quite always) link to that page, using it as my "landing-page"); and (b) to see that what they've landed on is a content-filled authority site where they can also read more of my articles if they wish (I believe that those who do are the ones most likely to opt in anyway, though I can't prove that).
                  Ok, so your link authority is being passed to your "original article" pages through your site's internal link structure (since they have no direct back links).

                  I didn't realize you could outrank EZA for the same keyword using that approach, so cool, I'll have to try that. That will save me a ton of work (if it works).

                  Are you using WP or html for your authority sites?

                  If WP, what kind of themes/plug-ins.?

                  And thanks for taking the time to answer my questions, you've given me a perspective I hadn't considered before.

                  Btw, you really should write a WSO some day. Your prose are refreshingly readable. I'd buy it.
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                      Originally Posted by John McEachern View Post

                      What criteria do you use to determine this?
                      These are keywords that EZA is ranking high for. Google external keyword tool allow you to do a keyword research and you can use tools like SEOCENTRO to check the top 40 sites ranking for your chosen keywords.
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      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      It really all depends on the quality of the keywords, Roshan: it's about how many people find your article with whatever they were searching for, just like a website.



      It sounds a very vague answer, but really just "by SEO", the same as anything else.

      A good mistake to avoid, though, is looking for ways of sending traffic to article directory copies of your articles (e.g. by backlinking to them), for the fairly obvious reason that if you do this, you're actually putting your work and effort into building up someone else's site (the article directory) rather than your own. There can be short-term benefits in doing this - which is why so many people try it - but in the long run it's shooting yourself in the foot, really, because you're ensuring that the article directory will always outrank you for your own keywords!

      A much better plan is to put all your articles on your own site(s) first and get them indexed there, and then submit them to EZA and any other article directories you like, and if/when you're building backlinks, do so to the copy on your own site.

      All of this, and a load of other great article marketing stuff, is fully explained by our resident experts in this great thread. It's a long one, but packed with reliable information about article marketing and enormously valuable for people willing to put the time into studying it.

      Good luck!



      Really, that thread above is a much better, more profitable and more interesting read than most "article marketing guides" and it'll really get you off on the right footing!

      You might want to see this thread, too: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...marketing.html
      Sage advice from Alexa.

      I have been guilty of backlinking to my articles at ezinearticles.com to get them ranked highly. It worked, brought me quite a few sales, but at the end of it all I don't have an asset.

      It'll take a bit longer to establish credibility in the eyes of Google on a new domain, but it will help you in a number of ways:-

      • No editorial guidelines - which means you can put links through to the landing page in whatever way you like (you should get a high click through and conversion rate)
      • You are in control - There's no chance of a trigger happy admin coming along and deleting all your articles if they're on your own domain!
      • As I mentioned above: you have a valuable asset that you can sell or use as leverage.
      • You can add an opt-in box and build your list!

      Aside from all this, article directories are all very well and good, but here's a hint: go straight to the publisher.

      Many high profile authority sites, blogs, forums and ezines all accept article submissions. Submitting to article directories is lazy - you are relying on the publishers to come to the directory and pick up your content.
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      Hey Alexa
      I just found this thread...a bit late...but wow what great information - thanks a bunch!
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  • Profile picture of the author regska
    If you are targeting the right keywords, then I would not think that you will not get results out of it. If you submit to several article directories, once it has been approved, make sure to also leverage your articles, like submitting to social bookmarking sites, tell your subscribers about your new article, post it on social sites such as Facebook and Twitter etc. Remember, we are doing article marketing, so we should market our articles not just waiting and sitting once the article has been approved, or else that's just article submission, not article marketing.

    I suggest to also post some articles to high-ranked blogs as a guest blogger. that way you can steal traffic from a high-ranked blog, and direct your readers to your own site to pre-sell the affiliate product you are promoting.

    And one last thing, and this is the most important purpose of article marketing. Build you list. I do submit 3-5 articles per week to several article directories and all of them are being directed to my squeeze pages. Once you have enough subscribers, you can follow them up with the product that you are promoting, but make sure to provide valuable content and build relationship first. Instead of focusing to get some sales from your articles, I suggest to focus on building your list using your articles. that way, you are building a long-term business. If you focus on sales, what if the person didn't buy the products that you promote? But if they become your subscribers, you can follow them up.

    Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author chrismv
    Hi, since we are talyking about articles amrketing. One question I'd like to ahve answered is: Is it ok for SEO purpose to submit the exact same article to different publishers, or is it frowned upon and maybe penalised. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author gskesavan
    Hi Rosha, from what I can see you are new to article marketing as this question is most popular among those who are excited in starting to make money online.

    Firstly, you might not want to outsource 100 - 200 articles at one stretch. That's risky. Wat I suggest is pick 10 - 15 keywords and write articles on around it. The keywords should have low competition else it might be difficult for getting rankings easily.

    Once you've done that see what keywords to well. Exploit it more and you will be making decent money to give you a living. From there, you will learn more and climb higher.

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  • Profile picture of the author tylerdrun
    To tell you the truth, there is no advanced guide to article marketing. All of them don't reveal any great stuff. Tim Gorman's article marketing book is a good read if you have no clue about article marketing.

    Article marketing is more about modelling and watching the pros in action.
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    • Profile picture of the author PCRoger
      Originally Posted by tylerdrun View Post

      To tell you the truth, there is no advanced guide to article marketing. All of them don't reveal any great stuff. Tim Gorman's article marketing book is a good read if you have no clue about article marketing.

      Article marketing is more about modelling and watching the pros in action.
      Tim's Article Marketing Lifeline is an EXCELLENT how-to for beginning and intermediate article marketers.

      Maybe nothing "magical" but he really puts solid info where most just make vague references.

      No questions are left unanswered because you get a private email address to ask him any question you want. It really is a cut above the rest.

      PM Tim himself or me if you want more details, or even a sample module.

      Another great resource does let you "watch" a pro in action. Mostly all videos.

      I use both as "curriculum" when helping others get going and actually make money.

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    • Profile picture of the author David Jackson
      Originally Posted by tylerdrun View Post

      To tell you the truth, there is no advanced guide to article marketing. All of them don't reveal any great stuff.
      Hi Tyler:

      Are you familiar with Turn Words Into Traffic by Jim & Dallas Edwards? If you're not, I highly recommend it. Jim & Dallas are both former newspaper columnists, who know a thing or two about articles and the distribution of articles. Is Turn Words Into Traffic an advanced guide to article marketing? Not necessarily. But then again, how advanced does it need to be? Article marketing isn't exactly rocket science.

      Is it a comprehensive manual on the nuts and bolts of article marketing, that can help you get over the hump? You bet it is! It's a great book! By the way, that's a direct link, not an affiliate link - even though I am a proud affliate of the product.

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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Slightly off-topic, but...

        Kudos to Alexa for linking to a classic thread. Even the folks that have been around for awhile can use a refresher once in a while, and for newer folks it can dredge up resources that might elude the use of the search function.
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      • Profile picture of the author tylerdrun
        Originally Posted by David Jackson View Post

        Hi Tyler:

        Are you familiar with Turn Words Into Traffic by Jim & Dallas Edwards? If you're not, I highly recommend it. Jim & Dallas are both former newspaper columnists, who know a thing or two about articles and the distribution of articles. Is Turn Words Into Traffic an advanced guide to article marketing? Not necessarily. But then again, how advanced does it need to be? Article marketing isn't exactly rocket science.

        Is it a comprehensive manual on the nuts and bolts of article marketing, that can help you get over the hump? You bet it is! It's a great book! By the way, that's a direct link, not an affiliate link - even though I am a proud affliate of the product.

        David Jackson
        Dude,

        Article marketing isn't exactly rocket science. I completely agree. I know how to write ultra effectively. Even though EZA has lots of rules and adsense, I still draw the reader and get 'em to click. So I don't need a guide any longer because I can call myself the most skilled article writer/marketer on the planet right now.

        There was one guy who passed away sometime ago. Most of my stuff was modelled from him. He is now no more. Maybe if he was, he could be better than me.

        But I can call myself the best now.

        Although I do have some trouble over email marketing(how do you make short term money from your list and at the same time make it long ternm)

        How do you write persuasive email copy? Is it to get the click or to get 'em to buy. I can get upto a 90% ctr on my emails yet I won't see any sales.

        Even if I'm making a direct recommendation. Like buy this product it reveals XYZ technique which will give you ABC benefit.

        Got a 90% ctr from such an email message with no buys,
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        David
        Thanks for the info on "Turn words into traffic" - I am going to check them out.
        Thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author mlord10
    I really think that you need to build a list with article marketing. I have done my fair share of direct linking, as well as sending my readers to an affiliate review page. While this does work to generate some sales, you will be much better off one year from now if you have built a list.

    Building a list is not difficult, and article marketing is a great medium that you can use to get there. Just get 10 leads per day and you will have a targeted list of over 3,500 subscribers in a year's time.

    If I had started doing this when I first began article marketing, I would be working 10 hours a week and making a ton of cash.
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    • Profile picture of the author genietoast
      The traffic depends on the keyword you optimise your articles for. If you choose keywords that are low competition with good traffic, then you're in good shape.

      And if you're trying to rank your pages for Adsense ads, you need to make sure that the keywords you choose actually have people clicking on those ads. A $50 keyword that gets no traffic can't compete with a $17 keyword that gets 110 ad clicks a day.

      Also...

      You have to get backlinks to your articles, too. Mix up your backlinking to make it look more natural to the search engines. Search Engines see sites getting links from all over.

      However, your ranking links are going to come from relevant sites with a high PR.

      Just be sure that when you outsource your articles, they're being written around high-traffic, low-competition keywords that are profitable. Otherwise, you could backlink all day and still get no traffic.

      I recommend Mike Liebner's Article Underground. Even though it costs $97 a month, Mike does an excellent job explaining article marketing, choosing profitable keywords and getting proper backlinking in his videos. Article Underground's been around since 2006.

      His site is more of a membership, and he only lets 350 people in at a time. He's got a team of ghostwriters that write articles for all kinds of high traffic, low competition keywords. You get access to 400 at a time.

      Unfortunately, you cannot custom order your articles; you get a batch of all different niche markets. Some people see that as a plus because they can create five different niche websites in one go.

      To avoid duplicate content, of course, you might want to change around some of the sentences to make them look more original.

      So I recommend checking out Article Underground, even for just one month. Really, really good foundation on article marketing basics, keywords and backlinking.
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    Good SEO ( low competition keywords with high search volume) optimized quality articles with good amount of backlinks will give you the results that you been looking for.
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  • Profile picture of the author javabeans
    Originally Posted by Roshan C View Post

    Hey guys,

    I know there are quite a few threads here with information worth gold regarding article marketing.

    I' saw posts regarding people doing six figures fulltime with article marketing. I know this thing works, but I've not just tried it yet.

    Before I start, I'm looking for a few suggestions and answers to my questions.

    I've a plan. So what I'm going to do is - lets say outsource 100-200 articles on a certain niche, quality articles, full of hype tittle and a great resource box. Forward all the traffic to a pre-sell blog and sell a affiliate product.

    Thing is.. How much traffic should I expect to be coming in? How to make sure that I've good amount of views each article?

    Any advanced Article Marketing guides you can suggest? I'm not newbie to this Internet Marketing arena, but I've not tried Article Marketing yet.

    Thanks a lot for taking the time to read the post.

    Cheers,
    Roshan
    The best advice is, just write. Use non-competitive and competitive keywords. Your ultimate goal should be to write until the law of averages kick in, and then write some more.

    You should begin seeing mild results at around 200 articles but start seeing a snow-balling effect at around 2000 articles.

    Don't waste your time on backlinking and all that crap. Your time would be better spent at writing articles to submit to www.ezinearticles.com. This is how marketers below the radar do it.

    But remember to use a good presell for linking to from your resource boxes. Also, make sure your topics are relevant, and do not give the reader all the answers in your articles. Leave them wanting more info at the end of your articles.

    Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Neil12
    People often think that if they create an article for a website for example, they won’t be able to use that same article again any where else. Duplicate content is when you have the same content on the same website, you might have it on a different page, but it is still on the same website. As long as you are the author then the article could appear on over 20 social bookmarking sites and it still would not be considered duplicate content.
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