Anyone Submitted the Same Article to Loads of Directories? Your "Positive" Experience, or Not?

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hey warriors,

I need your experience and help....


directories in general do not have a problem with submitting the exact same article to their directory as well as others. And will tell you that in their T&C or FAQs, if you haven't read the terms of most. As long as you are the "original author" and leave the article "exactly intact" Now there are some exceptions of course but I HATE the idea of SPINNING, and honestly don't want to take the time to SPIN....

remember the directories (most) that are ok with the same article, say that assuming you are the original author, and that you haven't "spun" the content...

Ok! So Then;(as it applies to 20 diff directories)

Why is it a Good Idea to submit the same article?

OR

Why is it a Good idea to change(or spin) the article?

After I've taken hours to write a quality article, I really don't want to spend another few hours "spinning" different versions of t, and YES it would take me that long, and I am against "spinning" as well

Your thoughts Please !!! with a cherry on top!!!

Danni~
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  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...eza-first.html
    Read all the 11 pages of that thread... and you can write a PhD thesis about the topic when you are done.
    Plus, you will not need to ask this question again ever
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    • Profile picture of the author nykn43866
      Originally Posted by Istvan Horvath View Post

      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...eza-first.html
      Read all the 11 pages of that thread... and you can write a PhD thesis about the topic when you are done.
      Plus, you will not need to ask this question again ever
      Thanks for that article! Very useful!
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    • Profile picture of the author Dano1981
      thank you

      I'm familiar with the ezine argument and that thread, The focus of this thread takes the marketing idea in a different direction, not at all the same, and isn't "riding" on the coat tales of that thread. And I am not an "ezine lover" never have been, and I am also aware of the farmer update...but please lets not have this be about ezine!!! yuck!!

      but thanks! and enjoy your day horvath! and thank you for being nice enough to respond

      Danni~
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      • Profile picture of the author Dano1981
        any other thoughts on this?

        Danni~
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        • Profile picture of the author Bozigian
          Alexa Smith who knows a lot about article marketing say to write the article and put it first on your website. Wait for it to get indexed by google. So ping it.

          Then you submit that same article to article directories like ezine, goarticles.etc
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          • Originally Posted by Bozigian View Post

            Alexa Smith who knows a lot about article marketing say to write the article and put it first on your website. Wait for it to get indexed by google. So ping it.

            Then you submit that same article to article directories like ezine, goarticles.etc
            I am not discrediting Alexa Smith, I am sure they know quite a bit about article marketing. But I will say, with all of the changes and content farms. I would not recommend doing this.

            Instead, your content for your site should be exactly that. CONTENT FOR YOUR SITE. It should be your best writing, it should be compelling and engaging, and it should be unique to your site.

            You should then create different articles all together for your article marketing. These don't have to be the same quality, but they should still be good. The thing is, ezine and all those other article directories out there get scraped all the time, your links get taken out and your "original content" now becomes someone else's with a few spun words.

            Take it for what it is, but if you write 100% unique content specifically for your site, you now control it. If someone copies it, it's much easier to get it removed. That and the fact you now have unique content on your site, not the same piece of content that you distributed to 101 different places on the net. Because in the long run, duplicate content will be penalized and Google always has and always will favor sites that provide quality unique content.
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            • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
              Originally Posted by OnlineMarketingSys View Post

              I am not discrediting Alexa Smith, I am sure they know quite a bit about article marketing. But I will say, with all of the changes and content farms. I would not recommend doing this.

              Instead, your content for your site should be exactly that. CONTENT FOR YOUR SITE. It should be your best writing, it should be compelling and engaging, and it should be unique to your site.

              You should then create different articles all together for your article marketing. These don't have to be the same quality, but they should still be good. The thing is, ezine and all those other article directories out there get scraped all the time, your links get taken out and your "original content" now becomes someone else's with a few spun words.

              Take it for what it is, but if you write 100% unique content specifically for your site, you now control it. If someone copies it, it's much easier to get it removed. That and the fact you now have unique content on your site, not the same piece of content that you distributed to 101 different places on the net. Because in the long run, duplicate content will be penalized and Google always has and always will favor sites that provide quality unique content.
              There is no need to create different articles for article marketing, but make sure they get indexed on your site first. If someone copies it then you have the proof of the date of first publishing anyway.

              Personally I have some unique content on all of my sites but I will still put the articles intended for directories on my sites first and it is not duplicate content.
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              • Originally Posted by PatriciaJ View Post

                There is no need to create different articles for article marketing, but make sure they get indexed on your site first. If someone copies it then you have the proof of the date of first publishing anyway.

                Personally I have some unique content on all of my sites but I will still put the articles intended for directories on my sites first and it is not duplicate content.
                As the age old saying goes, do what works for you. I personally would much rather take the time to write a 300-400 word article for article marketing. But whatever floats your boat.
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            • Profile picture of the author DireStraits
              Originally Posted by OnlineMarketingSys View Post

              I am not discrediting Alexa Smith, I am sure they know quite a bit about article marketing. But I will say, with all of the changes and content farms. I would not recommend doing this.
              Looking at it practically, Google's algorithmic frown on "content-farms" has little or nothing to do with sites syndicating their content. What it has to do with is Google's perception that a single site, publishing content on every conceivable topic under the sun (as submitted by absolutely anyone under the sun), is unlikely be an authority on everything.

              They recognise, as far as I can see, that most authoritative websites are at least broadly subject-focused, and those that aren't are typically in the game of soliciting content purely for the purpose of dominating their SERPs for literally any and every keyword-phrase imaginable.

              Whilst this in and of itself isn't necessarily a pre-indication of crappy, low-grade, non-authoritative content, the ability for anyone and his dog to submit to them, coupled with the fact that quality checks are limited mostly to grammar, spelling and basic overall comprehension - and don't typically extend to the relevance, validity or substance of the article itself - means that these sites will eventually fill up with absolute gibberish that's of no help or use to anyone.

              Originally Posted by OnlineMarketingSys View Post

              Instead, your content for your site should be exactly that. CONTENT FOR YOUR SITE. It should be your best writing, it should be compelling and engaging, and it should be unique to your site.
              Yes, of course. If the longevity of your site's success is of importance to you, then clearly you should only be publishing high-quality content. But I don't see how this substantiates the notion that all content on your site need be 100% unique. It doesn't. But you should surely always publish your work on your own site(s) first, and ensure it's indexed there before anywhere else, and that backlinks are only built (by your own efforts, at least) to that original copy - not to copies in article directories or elsewhere, no matter how superficially appealing it may be to do that. (Frankly, though - and please excuse the pomposity of this statement - the only way it can see truly appealing to do this, is if you're very short-sighted and concerned only with immediate benefits, to the exclusion of all else).

              Originally Posted by OnlineMarketingSys View Post

              You should then create different articles all together for your article marketing. These don't have to be the same quality, but they should still be good. The thing is, ezine and all those other article directories out there get scraped all the time, your links get taken out and your "original content" now becomes someone else's with a few spun words.
              You're totally missing the point of article marketing, I think. One of the main, primary benefits of submitting your highest-quality work - not just "quick, sub-par" stuff - to article directories is to increase the prospect of that content being republished on high-quality sites, which can offer you better backlinks and referral-traffic to your own sites through the links in your resource-box.

              Low-quality articles submitted to directories will not accomplish this. You will not get them republished on any sites capable of offering you referral-traffic, and the backlinks you get will typically be of much lower quality. To do this, you may as well spend roughly the same amount of time doing some subject-relevant blog commenting, from which you're almost certain to get much better backlinks.

              Originally Posted by OnlineMarketingSys View Post

              Because in the long run, duplicate content will be penalized and Google always has and always will favour sites that provide quality unique content.
              If Google started the mass penalisation of sites that syndicated content, how would they deal with the actions of the insidiously inclined, who would seek to copy - in whole or in part - others' content for the purpose of having them kicked out of the SERPs?

              Do you think that perhaps Google would need to take measures to ensure that the original publisher of such content (so far as they can reasonably determine - such as through date of publication/indexation) avoids penalisation? If so, that may be part of the reason why it's important - as I mentioned above - to ensure all your content is first published and indexed on your own site.
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  • Profile picture of the author danielsteven
    I agree, I'm not a fan of spinning articles...I usually write an article and submit it to top article directories...and then break it down into different formats as well and sumbit them to file sharing sites...slide sharing sites...etc..... this has worked well for me and still does
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    • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
      I've submitted the same articles to loads of directories and the only times that I've changed an article is if I think of an improvement whilst submitting.
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  • Originally Posted by Dano1981 View Post

    hey warriors,

    I need your experience and help....


    directories in general do not have a problem with submitting the exact same article to their directory as well as others. And will tell you that in their T&C or FAQs, if you haven't read the terms of most. As long as you are the "original author" and leave the article "exactly intact" Now there are some exceptions of course but I HATE the idea of SPINNING, and honestly don't want to take the time to SPIN....

    remember the directories (most) that are ok with the same article, say that assuming you are the original author, and that you haven't "spun" the content...

    Ok! So Then;(as it applies to 20 diff directories)

    Why is it a Good Idea to submit the same article?

    OR

    Why is it a Good idea to change(or spin) the article?

    After I've taken hours to write a quality article, I really don't want to spend another few hours "spinning" different versions of t, and YES it would take me that long, and I am against "spinning" as well

    Your thoughts Please !!! with a cherry on top!!!

    Danni~
    I'm guessing that if you've already read that thread - properly that is... Then I'm assuming your worry is whether or not your original article will rank, or if the other Articles backlinks will count at all because the content is the same?

    Those could be your only 2 issue because other than that you should know that when putting an Article on a directory you should be aiming for syndication.

    I can't fully answer that for you, maybe someone else can. But I can tell you this - Don't spin, it's not needed.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by Dano1981 View Post

    Why is it a Good Idea to submit the same article?
    (i) You wouldn't want to submit it to just one, perhaps, in case the one you choose goes out of business next week (articles directories, on average, stay active for about 2 months and stay in existance for under a year - the "big name ones" are the exception to this).

    (ii) 19 extra backlinks for your site (but they're dreadful, non-context-relevant, PR-0 backlinks).

    I submit to three.

    I started off submitting to hundreds (very briefly) until I learned a little about article marketing, thought about what an article directory is and why I was submitting there at all, and read an SEO book or two and realised that I was getting craplinks instead of backlinks.

    Then for about a year I submitted to 6 or 7 directories ("better ones", aiming for syndication), until I came to my senses and realised this was largely a waste of time and I ought to be submitting to one or two, but I couldn't decide which one to use as the second of the two (the first was never in question at all, and still isn't, of course), so I still sometimes submit to three, I'm embarrassed to admit. :p :rolleyes:

    Originally Posted by Dano1981 View Post

    OR
    "Or"? Oooh, that's a plus: it means I don't have to answer the second question. And you already know the answer to that one, anyway.

    Additional point
    :

    This whole subject of "how many directories to submit to and how to do so" ALL depends on why you're using article directories. Answers which don't allude to the reasons are perhaps not particularly informative?

    The "model" of article marketing which depends on getting article directory backlinks, and traffic via article directories, is radically different from any long-term-viable "model" of article marketing, i.e. one which genuinely is "article marketing". The first one, in fact, is only "article directory marketing" and that's not worth your time, Danni - it really isn't.
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    • Profile picture of the author myob
      I see no valid reason or purpose for spinning an otherwise quality article. Professional writers may edit an article, but "spinning" it presupposes unprofessional writing and poor content. My articles are syndicated or "marketed" to nearly 900 high authority outlets (not article directories) with virtually no changes except for the occasional title and/or resource box edit for enhanced targeting.

      In its highest form, the term "article marketing" is not passive. You shouldn't just submit to article directories and pray someone finds them; that is not "marketing" at all. Selling your articles by actively pursuing targeted publisher outlets is truely "article marketing" at its finest.
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    • Profile picture of the author petelta
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post


      Additional point
      :

      This whole subject of "how many directories to submit to and how to do so" ALL depends on why you're using article directories.
      Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!

      I don't see this mentioned enough. There are always lots of questions about how to do article marketing, how to be an awesome viral video creator, how to use forums to kill it...

      You rarely get a good and simple explanation that you can use pretty much every marketing method out there for multiple reasons.

      Article marketing on one hand...you can submit awesome articles to a directory that has a large target viewer base for your topic...this is going to lead to traffic...

      Submit that same article to more directories (like mentioned above, most will be gone or are worthless for TRAFFIC). This extra submission process goes away from article traffic generation now...It starts to pull on article marketing's 2ND benefit...search engine optimization and backlinks.

      What you start to realize as you progress with your online business is that it's best to get the most from your work. So, if you are writing an awesome article and submitting it to EZA...you misewell take that article and get some extra backlinks out of the deal by submitting around the web.

      Same thing goes for forum marketing, blog marketing, etc.

      Back to the OPs topic though, I have never rewritten a single article submitted. I post to my site first, ping, wait 24 hours, post to EZA, wait to be approved, post to 300-400 more directories with some software. I have the headline change each posting and that's it. Most of the time, the links are pointing to different pages on my site for the SEO benefits.

      This gives traffic from the EZA posting (or GoArticles, Buzzle, iSnare...depends entirely on the niche I'm writing in), then it gives SEO benefits to my website pages.

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  • Profile picture of the author tpw
    100% positive.

    The hope is to reach more publishers, whom may syndicate your content.

    Any place that gives you that potential is a winner.

    Now, to better quantify this, a lot of article directories don't deliver the syndication results, but you never really know who will until you know who won't.
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  • Profile picture of the author ThomvP
    Just a quick thought here.. but what If you would submit a unique article to the top 3 directories and then submit the same article to all the others (the crappy ones) but now you put in a link to the top 3 articles instead of your homepage. This would give you only highly relevant content and some link juice.
    I havent gone into Article submission so this might be very stupid or not even possible.. Im just throwing some idea's here
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    • Profile picture of the author tpw
      Originally Posted by ThomvP View Post

      Just a quick thought here.. but what If you would submit a unique article to the top 3 directories and then submit the same article to all the others (the crappy ones) but now you put in a link to the top 3 articles instead of your homepage. This would give you only highly relevant content and some link juice.

      I havent gone into Article submission so this might be very stupid or not even possible.. Im just throwing some idea's here

      In theory, this is a fine idea.

      And many people were doing stuff like that, at least until the most recent Google update.

      The problem in theory is that the linking pages have no value to pass on to the articles on the main sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by ThomvP View Post

      what If you would submit a unique article to the top 3 directories and then submit the same article to all the others (the crappy ones) but now you put in a link to the top 3 articles instead of your homepage.
      The idea of article marketing is to build up your own website, not other people's sites.

      Backlinking to a copy of an article in another directory is a huge mistake.

      The only way article directory copies of articles are going to outrank your own site, in the long-term, is if you build backlinks to them. Once this is done, then "the damage is done" and it's going to be difficult for your own site to outrank an article directory.

      The trap into which people commonly fall is to see the EZA copy (for example) doing better in the SERP's (maybe not so much, now?!) and imagine that that makes it a good idea to build backlinks to the EZA copy. It isn't at all, though: it's a really short-sighted blunder. It simply perpetuates the problem rather than gradually resolving it, and means you end up with a site that can't outrank an article directory, and that you're effectively sending your traffic (i.e. produced indirectly by your backlinking) to article directories instead of getting it from article directories.

      It's "the descending ceiling".

      As explained here, here, here, here, here, here and so on ... all good and helpful threads to read, I hope.
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      • Profile picture of the author tpw
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        The trap into which people commonly fall is to see the EZA copy (for example) doing better in the SERP's (maybe not so much, now?!) and imagine that that makes it a good idea to build backlinks to the EZA copy. It isn't at all, though: it's a really short-sighted blunder. It simply perpetuates the problem rather than gradually resolving it, and means you end up with a site that can't outrank an article directory, and that you're effectively sending your traffic (i.e. produced indirectly by your backlinking) to article directories instead of getting it from article directories.

        Before the last Google update, your article in the article directory could rank really well, beating everyone to the top of Google in just a few days.

        But that outcome was never guaranteed or long-term.

        That outcome was never guaranteed, because your competitors may also have articles in the article directory.

        That outcome was never long-term, because the early boost that the article directories got was the result of the exaggerated internal link popularity for an article, because high ranking pages like Topic Navigation had high value, and your article will eventually fall of that page.

        Some people were also playing the top ten lists, and by Ezine Articles design, any article in a top ten list will only be there for up to 60 days after the submission of the article to EZA.
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      • Profile picture of the author ThomvP
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        The idea of article marketing is to build up your own website, not other people's sites.

        Backlinking to a copy of an article in another directory is a huge mistake.

        The only way article directory copies of articles are going to outrank your own site, in the long-term, is if you build backlinks to them. Once this is done, then "the damage is done" and it's going to be difficult for your own site to outrank an article directory.

        The trap into which people commonly fall is to see the EZA copy (for example) doing better in the SERP's (maybe not so much, now?!) and imagine that that makes it a good idea to build backlinks to the EZA copy. It isn't at all, though: it's a really short-sighted blunder. It simply perpetuates the problem rather than gradually resolving it, and means you end up with a site that can't outrank an article directory, and that you're effectively sending your traffic (i.e. produced indirectly by your backlinking) to article directories instead of getting it from article directories.

        It's "the descending ceiling".

        As explained here, here, here, here, here, here and so on ... all good and helpful threads to read, I hope.
        So what If you would use the crappy article directories to point at a free website you make wich then points to your actual website? I cant imagine the free website ranking above your page since it would be way smaller and onl have crappy backlinks. Yet it would be good link juice for actual site..

        Ill stop shooting ideas at you after this one Im gonna try out and read about it later on when im actually starting on article marketing. First my website needs to be complete. I guess ill just try it all out later on.
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        • Profile picture of the author tpw
          Originally Posted by ThomvP View Post

          So what If you would use the crappy article directories to point at a free website you make wich then points to your actual website? I cant imagine the free website ranking above your page since it would be way smaller and onl have crappy backlinks. Yet it would be good link juice for actual site..

          Ill stop shooting ideas at you after this one Im gonna try out and read about it later on when im actually starting on article marketing. First my website needs to be complete. I guess ill just try it all out later on.

          If no one is linking to your article on the crappy article directory, then it would have no value to pass either to your article on the big article directory or your article in the free website.

          It is only good link juice if something in the chain is receiving respectable link popularity from somewhere.
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          • Profile picture of the author RightGood10
            Originally Posted by tpw View Post

            It is only good link juice if something in the chain is receiving respectable link popularity from somewhere.
            Interesting point!
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  • Profile picture of the author ThomvP
    May I ask what program you use for that? Because I can see the point of Alexa that it is an annoying proces to submit them one by one. Yet I think with the effort you put into your article, you would want the most out of it. So I can also see why one would want all the backlinks even if they arent as good as the main one. In the end a backlink is a backlink (unless its blackhat, I really cant see the purpose in that)
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    • Profile picture of the author tpw
      Originally Posted by ThomvP View Post

      In the end a backlink is a backlink

      This is a common misconception. A back link is not a back link.

      Every back link is unique in the value it offers to your site, based on where it resides.

      If I had my article inserted in TrashDirectoryNumberOne.com, it will likely never gain any real link popularity, so its outbound link value would be zero forever.

      Under the pre-Panda Google rules, an article inserted in EZA will get an inbound link popularity from other pages on EZA and therefore it would have some value to pass to your article, at least until your article fell off the pages that gave it its value in the first place.

      An article placed on SmallBlogNumberOne.com might get a little less link popularity than EZA, but its value would hold longer than EZA's link popularity on your article. You would get some value from there, and it would be longer-term value.

      An article placed in an authority website, such as Mashable.com, About.com, or any such site would not only land some internal link popularity from the site where it was posted, but it would also reach a huge audience of people who would link to the article from elsewhere, passing some of their value to the authority site, which in turn passed link popularity value back to you.

      Give me the last one every time.

      I ain't gonna kick the others out of my bed, but the latter example is the one that holds real value.

      The latter one is the kind I chase, and article quality is an absolute essential to gaining that kind of link value.

      Thus as many of us have said many times before, if you write for your human audience, the search engines cannot help but find you and give you real respect.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sue McDonald
    I have always been one who submits articles of original content. Not fond of spinners at all. It really is a preference but I find it just as easy to write the articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mehak
    the reason people want to submit the same article to many directories is so that you can create backlinks. If you are referring to your blog/site/product then the more submissions you do, the higher that site will rank. In addition to this the more submissions you do, more people will see your articles on different sites giving you a wider audience who will potentially buy your product.
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    • Profile picture of the author tpw
      Originally Posted by Mehak View Post

      the reason people want to submit the same article to many directories is so that you can create backlinks. If you are referring to your blog/site/product then the more submissions you do, the higher that site will rank. In addition to this the more submissions you do, more people will see your articles on different sites giving you a wider audience who will potentially buy your product.

      Few of the professional article marketers look to wide submission of their articles to get more back links, but rather to find more publishers who will syndicate their content.

      While links are a plus, audience is where the money is at.
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  • Profile picture of the author ThomvP
    With a backlink is a backlink, I meant to say: every backlink counts. Even on crappy article directories it would still have some power plus there are other benefits. If you can submit your articles at a variety of directories very fast and easy, I see no point why you shouldnt do this.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    Backlinking to a copy of an article in another directory is a huge mistake.
    Uh..Alexa, we don't want to rank the Articles..but backlinking articles is GOLD assuming the articles link back to your money site.

    Backlinking articles (or web2.0 properties whatever) is very effective, eg multi tiered linking can give your money-site a BIG boost.

    Ok, i am talking SEO here rather than "article marketing", but that's actually what i use article marketing for: Backlinks!
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    • Profile picture of the author tpw
      Originally Posted by GeorgR. View Post

      Uh..Alexa, we don't want to rank the Articles..but backlinking articles is GOLD assuming the articles link back to your money site.

      Backlinking articles (or web2.0 properties whatever) is very effective, eg multi tiered linking can give your money-site a BIG boost.

      Ok, i am talking SEO here rather than "article marketing", but that's actually what i use article marketing for: Backlinks!

      George: No doubt that was true prior to the Panda update.

      I think the jury is still out on that, but I am willing to believe that MAYBE it still works.
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    • Profile picture of the author petelta
      Originally Posted by GeorgR. View Post

      Uh..Alexa, we don't want to rank the Articles..but backlinking articles is GOLD assuming the articles link back to your money site.

      Backlinking articles (or web2.0 properties whatever) is very effective, eg multi tiered linking can give your money-site a BIG boost.

      Ok, i am talking SEO here rather than "article marketing", but that's actually what i use article marketing for: Backlinks!
      To be a good article marketer, I think you have to include SEO though right...just my opinion.

      Great post as usual GeorgR. This is what internet marketers like GeorgR and myself do to make lots of money online. Pay attention! You won't regret tid bits like this.
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