Do reviews count as articles?

by Bojangles 6 replies
I notice a lot of people say to write articles and submit them to ezinearticles (or something of that sort). My question is, do reviews count as articles? Such as film reviews, websites reviews, etc...? All information is appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author kooma
    Yeah they do. I ran a movie review site and submitted some of the reviews. However, it is important to change the reviews slightly because the SEs do not like duplicate content.
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    • Profile picture of the author Bojangles
      Originally Posted by kooma View Post

      Yeah they do. I ran a movie review site and submitted some of the reviews. However, it is important to change the reviews slightly because the SEs do not like duplicate content.
      Did you gain traffic from the review submission or make any cash?
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      • Profile picture of the author Allen Graves
        Bojangles,

        I frequently receive and approve movie, music, software, etc... reviews. They are a great traffic-getter for article directories.

        I can't tell you if the end-user spends any money, but I can sure tell you that they click-through!

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        • Profile picture of the author Bojangles
          Awesome stuff. Looks like I might have to start submitting some of my movie reviews.
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          • Profile picture of the author Jelasco
            Your best bet is to look at the article directory and see if there are reviews of the type you want to write; that way you'll know they accept them before you write them. Remember they usually don't allow affiliate links in articles.
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            • Profile picture of the author Justin Michie
              Reviews can actually work a lot better than articles if they're on a hot topic or product that a lot of people are searching for... but the problem is that if it's on something current like a new movie, they'll eventually be out of date and won't pull in any traffic like an article that’s not time sensitive.

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