Do I submit all my articles to EZA at once?

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i have a few sites ready, with content. I was going to rewrite the first and last paragraphs and submit them to EZA and make squidoo lenses.

How many articles per day would you submit to eza? I see alot of people writing 10 articles per day, but what is the rule of thumb in posting these articles to your blog and submitting them to EZA?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
    I like to stagger my submissions to 2 or 3 a day....

    You will get a ton of different answers though, I'm sure.

    Originally Posted by shkad14 View Post

    i have a few sites ready, with content. I was going to rewrite the first and last paragraphs and submit them to EZA and make squidoo lenses.

    How many articles per day would you submit to eza? I see alot of people writing 10 articles per day, but what is the rule of thumb in posting these articles to your blog and submitting them to EZA?
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  • Profile picture of the author mookinman
    I tend to have an evening of article writing & submission once every 10 days or so. I couldn't do it every day - I'm too busy printing damn t-shirts!
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    • I'm a believer that doing about 2-3 at one time is better than releasing them all at once
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      • Profile picture of the author Franck Silvestre
        Hey,

        Believing is bad in direct response advertising. This won't make any good to your web business.

        I advise you to change "belief" with "test".

        All the best,

        Franck

        Originally Posted by HomeBasedBusinessPLR View Post

        I'm a believer that doing about 2-3 at one time is better than releasing them all at once
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    • Profile picture of the author michaelmac
      Hi,

      I'd agree with Jeremy, in that i submit 2 per day to EZA for each niche. To be honest any more than that and you are literally fighting yourself to stay on the front page of your chosen niche on EZA. I'm getting sales doing it this way!

      I'd also wait until your articles are approved and published on EZA before you submit the same article to other directories.

      Best,

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  • Profile picture of the author Franck Silvestre
    You want to test this.

    It will depends on your niche as well.

    Chris, EA owner, recommends to post 10 articles at once for a surge of traffic.

    Test it. It's the only way to know how you are going to make more profits.

    The best days to post are the beginning of the week.

    Franck
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    • Profile picture of the author michaelmac
      Hi Franck,

      I personally thought that if you can time it right and hit that weekend traffic you should get a real traffic burst over that 48 hourish period. Hadn't heard about that strategy you mentioned Franck, have you tried it?

      Best,

      Michael
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      • Profile picture of the author Franck Silvestre
        Hi Michael,

        Yes, I tried it, both in the IM niche and another language niche. It does work. I almost doubled my monthly commissions just by doing this.

        However, I think it works best in the IM niche.

        In fact, I got this techniques by Sean Mize.

        As for the week end traffic, it's good too, and I like it for non IM niches.

        Originally Posted by michaelmac View Post

        Hi Franck,

        I personally thought that if you can time it right and hit that weekend traffic you should get a real traffic burst over that 48 hourish period. Hadn't heard about that strategy you mentioned Franck, have you tried it?

        Best,

        Michael
        Yeah, it's working for those who are doing it.

        Originally Posted by tommygadget View Post

        If your articles are in different niches, I say publish as many as you can at once, don't delay. If you are writing articles all about the same topic, I would stagger them by a day or two. Having said that, I did see one guy submitting 20-30 articles at once to clog up the main category page with his stuff. I found it extremely irritating. I don't know if it worked for him, though.

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  • Profile picture of the author tommygadget
    If your articles are in different niches, I say publish as many as you can at once, don't delay. If you are writing articles all about the same topic, I would stagger them by a day or two. Having said that, I did see one guy submitting 20-30 articles at once to clog up the main category page with his stuff. I found it extremely irritating. I don't know if it worked for him, though.

    TomG.
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  • Profile picture of the author zeppb
    I try to do 2-3 per niche each day.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ken Leatherman
    Originally Posted by shkad14 View Post

    i have a few sites ready, with content. I was going to rewrite the first and last paragraphs and submit them to EZA and make squidoo lenses.

    How many articles per day would you submit to eza? I see alot of people writing 10 articles per day, but what is the rule of thumb in posting these articles to your blog and submitting them to EZA?
    I have heard more than one argument about this but I tend to go along with Chris Knight, the owner. Who should know better than him. You are getting the word from the Horses Mouth. (Sorry Chris :p)

    As far as submitting to your blog, my understanding is the search engines look for a natural growth. As Jeremy said 2 or 3 every other day or so. I am currently working with my relative new site and using this method.

    However, when I first launched I had quite a few pages on the site. By using the above method, the SE bots are crawling my site every day and my site is advancing in the SE's. If I continue at the pace I'm at now I should have more than 600 pages indexed within the next several months.

    The good thing is I'm getting organic traffic from the SE's and click through on my ads and affiliate products. My business is continuing to grow every day. I'm not blowing anybody's doors off, but I make a little more profit each day by using this strategy.

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    • Profile picture of the author stacyfox
      There are two schools of thought and you've seen them both here. One is to submit 2-3 per day in order to stay on the front page of the subtopic for as long as possible. The other is to submit several articles to generate a surge of traffic.

      The way to combine these two strategies is to submit under multiple subtopics. For instance, if you're in the dating niche, and you want to submit 10 articles one day, submit 3 in the "singles" category, 3 in the "boomer dating" category, 2 in the "communication" category and 2 in the "commitment" category. These are all subcategories of the main Relationship category.

      It's even better if you can spread the articles out among varied main categories. For instance, you could submit an article about "Dating a Co-Worker" under the Business/Human Resources category or "The Best Chocolate Gifts for a Woman" under the Food/Chocolate category.

      HTH

      Stacy
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      • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
        sniff sniff....spoken like a true Article Marketer!!!

        So beautiful it almost makes me cry

        Originally Posted by stacyfox View Post

        There are two schools of thought and you've seen them both here. One is to submit 2-3 per day in order to stay on the front page of the subtopic for as long as possible. The other is to submit several articles to generate a surge of traffic.

        The way to combine these two strategies is to submit under multiple subtopics. For instance, if you're in the dating niche, and you want to submit 10 articles one day, submit 3 in the "singles" category, 3 in the "boomer dating" category, 2 in the "communication" category and 2 in the "commitment" category. These are all subcategories of the main Relationship category.

        It's even better if you can spread the articles out among varied main categories. For instance, you could submit an article about "Dating a Co-Worker" under the Business/Human Resources category or "The Best Chocolate Gifts for a Woman" under the Food/Chocolate category.

        HTH

        Stacy
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        • Profile picture of the author Franck Silvestre
          IMPORTANT ::: thing I didn't mentioned: Those who are submitting dozens of articles daily are building their list, so I am not sure this will work in every market. :::

          Jeremy, this is how I choose to do it, because I tried the "submit 10-15 articles per day method", and many of your articles will only get one click or even ZERO because readers will not read all your articles.

          BUT, this technique is also good for massive exposure, and other time, having thousands of articles online will get you thousands of clicks and hundreds of subscribers per month.

          It's worth it.

          What you should do know?

          Nothing new, just test this under another pen name, and see where are the sales coming from. You can test for one month or two.

          The one who started with this method said that he found 800 articles per month were good for him. He tested with 2000 articles per month and didn's see any traffic in sales.

          Franck

          Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

          sniff sniff....spoken like a true Article Marketer!!!

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      • Profile picture of the author mudmat
        Originally Posted by stacyfox View Post

        There are two schools of thought and you've seen them both here. One is to submit 2-3 per day in order to stay on the front page of the subtopic for as long as possible. The other is to submit several articles to generate a surge of traffic.

        The way to combine these two strategies is to submit under multiple subtopics. For instance, if you're in the dating niche, and you want to submit 10 articles one day, submit 3 in the "singles" category, 3 in the "boomer dating" category, 2 in the "communication" category and 2 in the "commitment" category. These are all subcategories of the main Relationship category.

        It's even better if you can spread the articles out among varied main categories. For instance, you could submit an article about "Dating a Co-Worker" under the Business/Human Resources category or "The Best Chocolate Gifts for a Woman" under the Food/Chocolate category.

        HTH

        Stacy
        Totally agree with stacy.

        I tested submitting an article to the main category and submitting another to the sub category. I got much more views and click throughs from the articles on the main category than the one in the sub category.

        And my article in the main category seem to stay at the most recent articles listing for quite long. Maybe not many people submit to the main category so thats why my article stayed there longer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Lockwood
    I've also seen EZA say you get better results from submitting all at once, but that's counterintuitive. Maybe they say that because it is more convenient for them.
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  • Profile picture of the author jinmin
    It doesn't really matter how many article that you submit everyday. Most IMPORTANTLY, do it CONSISTENTLY ! if you submit even 1 article a day, that would be 365 articles per year. This is huge !

    I believe you're going to get tons of unstoppable traffic and if you optimize your article with right long-tail keyword and anchor text, chances are it will soon appear in top 10 listing in Google
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