Article marketing help

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Hi Guys (and girls)

I am currently operating 4 websites about various topics that interest me. My most popular site gets about 25-35 visitors a day which is not much, but I have not done anything really to promote it except basic SEO and posting weekly articles. Anyway, that is not important, I just wanted to tell you a little about what I do.

I have a bachelor's degree and a Master's degree in two of the fields I discuss on my websites, as well as work experience in the other two, so I am fairly knowledgable about the topics I discuss and I like to think I can write fairly well. I have over 45 articles (the sites are still young) spread out on the 4 sites. I genuinely believe that some of the topics I cover would be of interest for many people so I would like to expand my readership (like everyone else out there I am sure). The difference however is that I am not in it to make a quick buck. I want to know ways of promoting my articles and website in ways that are sustainable and I find it very hard to navigate through the crap load of personal-agenda driven information found on the web.

I first read that submitting to article directories was key, so I am signed up to Ezine which has sent a little traffic so now I am considering signing up to others such as Articlealley, Articlesbase, freelibrary, goarticles etc..

I also read that social bookmarking such as Del.ic.ious, Digg and Reddit were very important..so I am signing up to those.

Then I read that using RSS and Squidoo is absolutely necessary, so I have signed up to those as well...

Yes, I am total newb with good content and no clear understanding of how to promote it, so can someone help?

How can I combine the 3 steps above to promote my articles? I am asking the writers out there that write well and have managed to get their articles on many computer screens. How did you do it? Can I take the same article and submit to all directories, then submit to all social bookmarking sites, then create a squidoo lens, (after having it indexed on my site, I learned that here) and that will be good enough? What about duplication?

So to sum up this long question, I have decent content that I want to promote, how should I go about it?

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by Autoconsult View Post

    I first read that submitting to article directories was key, so I am signed up to Ezine which has sent a little traffic so now I am considering signing up to others such as Articlealley, Articlesbase, freelibrary, goarticles etc..
    This isn't what article directories are for, at all.

    Article marketers don't want to get their potential customer traffic coming to their sites via an article directory, for many reasons, the main one of which is that we all lose most of that traffic. This post explains the details, with examples.

    Originally Posted by Autoconsult View Post

    How can I combine the 3 steps above to promote my articles?
    I think (from what you've said above) that it may help you to start by understanding clearly how article directories work. This post and the links inside it are as good a starting-point as any, perhaps.

    Originally Posted by Autoconsult View Post

    I am asking the writers out there that write well and have managed to get their articles on many computer screens. How did you do it?
    I make my living from it, and I do it as described here.

    Originally Posted by Autoconsult View Post

    Can I take the same article and submit to all directories
    You could, but you wouldn't gain from that. It will become very clear when you appreciate how article directories work and what they're there for: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ries-work.html

    Originally Posted by Autoconsult View Post

    Then I read that using RSS and Squidoo is absolutely necessary
    This is just wrong. Nobody in their right mind could call Squidoo "absolutely necessary". Along with many others here, I stopped using it a couple of years ago as it has no value to my article marketing business that I can't get in other places where I don't have Squidoo's constantly changing terms of service, restrictions and limitations to worry about. Very few (possibly even none!) of the people I know to be highly successful in article marketing are using Squidoo (and it isn't an article directory, anyway - not that that, in itself, makes it valueless, of course).
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  • Hi Autoconsult. I recommend these content marketing ideas:

    1. Content syndication. Contact owners of heavily trafficked, contextually relevant authority Web forums, sites and blog networks with large active membership and mailing list subscriber bases and with top ranking discussion pages, info pages and posts in Google for your target keywords. Negotiate an arrangement with them, so they can get useful, top quality content for their viewers, in exchange for banner and text links. Point these ad banners and text link ads to your site and pages offering supplemental content with benefits not found in those syndicated content pages posted on their sites or sent to their membership and mailing list subscriber bases. A few of them will only accept content yet to be published elsewhere, so weigh the benefits you can gain with such an arrangement, but most will accept content that's already publsihed on your site and in your other content marketing and syndication channels. MyBlogGuest.Com is a good place to start...

    2. Paid ad banners and text link ads posted on heavily trafficked, contextually relevant authority Web forums, sites and blog networks with large active membership and mailing list subscriber bases and with top ranking discussion pages, info pages and posts in Google for your target keywords. Paid solo ads sent to the mailing list subscribers of those sites...

    3. Develop a product that can offer your target viewers benefits not found elsewhere. This product can be a written guide/tutorial, a video course, a software application or a service offer. Sell the product on your site and integrate the payment process into your mailing list subscription process, so most buyers will opt in as your mailing list subscribers. Post this product in as affiliate product in affiliate networks, such as JVZoo, with a 90% or more commission percentage per sale. This will entice others to sign up as your affiliates and promote your product, site and content for you, sending buyer traffic to your site and helping you populate your mailing list subscriber bases with buyer traffic in the process...

    4. Get free Adwords PPC, Yahoo! PPc and Facebook PPC credits. Some hosting companies offer a $10/month or so hosting account plan bundled with $75 or more of free Adwords PPC credits and $50 or more of free Yahoo! PPC credits, while there are available Facebook coupon codes that can give you $200 or more of free Facebook PPC credits that can be used with a new Facebook account. Develop PPC banner and text link ads and use these PPC credits to promote your product, site, content and affiliate signup page...

    About your questions:

    Yes, it is better to post your content on your site first before submitting it to article directories and other content syndication channels. To prevent wasting your time, read the ToS of those article directories and content syndication channels where you're planning to submit your content, because a few of them won't accept content that's already published elsewhere, and when you do find such article directories and content syndication channels, it'd be better to move on and submit your content to article driectories and content syndication networks that accept content that's already published elsewhere. This is not duplicate content, because you're syndicating your content to reach wider audiences, and Google knows this since news and media publication networks have been doing this even before the Internet. What you'd want is for SE traffic to go directly to your site first and not to an article directory and be lost in a sea of banner and text link ads pointing to other contextually relevant sites offering content about relevant topics, so always implement campaigns to rank your pages in Google and not for your content pages published in other sites to rank in Google. Also, the four content marketing ideas I mentioned above has been providing our clients with better results than any other online content marketing strategy...
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  • Profile picture of the author healthseocontent
    Alexa, not surprisingly, has offered some valuable advice.

    My suggestion to you is to contact related niche site sites and offer republishing rights with a bio box/link back (genuine article marketing).

    Why not get social and promote your content? Join relevant forums, get a Twitter account tied to your site(s), and get started grabbing the emails of the visitors you do get so that you can develop and nurture an audience.

    It is wonderful that you have great content...it is wonderful that you are seeing some traffic..so keep doing what you are doing, and supplement with promotional activities to scale up your progress.

    One final tip: get interviewed. Make yourself available for your expertise. Join HARO and Profnet to get started.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by Marx Vergel Melencio View Post

      3. Develop a product that can offer your target viewers benefits not found elsewhere. This product can be a written guide/tutorial, a video course, a software application or a service offer. Sell the product on your site and integrate the payment process into your mailing list subscription process, so most buyers will opt in as your mailing list subscribers. Post this product in as affiliate product in affiliate networks, such as JVZoo, with a 90% or more commission percentage per sale. This will entice others to sign up as your affiliates and promote your product, site and content for you, sending buyer traffic to your site and helping you populate your mailing list subscriber bases with buyer traffic in the process...
      Originally Posted by healthseocontent View Post


      One final tip: get interviewed. Make yourself available for your expertise. Join HARO and Profnet to get started.
      I love these types of threads. Proven ideas are offered that sometimes leads to even more powerful synergy. Just such an idea came to me as I read the two posts above, which I've clipped to the relevant portions for this idea...

      In the US, there are thousands of hours of talk radio to be filled, and program directors are desperate for interesting, knowledgeable people for their stable of talents to interview to fill some of those hours.

      In addition, many radio stations are having a hard time economically as the Internet cuts into their core ad buyers' budgets. Just ask any ad sales rep for a radio station.

      Think of the value proposition you could offer some portion of those radio stations if you could combine being a good interview and radio show guest with a product that would pay the radio station for filling those program segments. Along with another offer they could use to fill in unsold air time.

      It might amount to nothing - wrong subject, not your thing, etc. Or it could put your blogs in front of people who never go looking for niche blogs. You never know...
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  • Profile picture of the author TopKat22
    I don't do any of that.

    I post original, written by me and never before publishes online content that I submit to Qondio.com. Once screened, I post to ideamarketers.com. I allow copying but they can not modify it and MUST include my bio which has the live link in it to my site.

    Those two sites alone get me a lot of targeted traffic and I've gotten syndicated thousands of times which not only gets me the traffic but some good backlinks, too.

    Stick to one subject and become respected on the sites and people will wait for new articles from you to use.

    Once the article has been on ideamarketers.com for a few days, I then post in on my blog and social network it everywhere.

    That is it.
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  • *write and submit article to article directories
    *ping rss feeds of article
    *socail book mark article
    *keyword research and add tags to article
    *Twit the article and ping twiiter rss feed
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  • Profile picture of the author marco005
    Hy,

    Ok, ther is one thing I dont't understand (please dear alexa explain me that easy as you can).

    First the article on my site, then to ideamarketers,amazines and ezinemark (an example), so, then these articles with url from the directorie out to feed with feedage and the same article bookmark on folkd and digg.

    So, problem here is, this was all the same article, but with this method I get backlinks, yes, but no traffic.

    My website infitness niche is 14 days old, I have sent over 20 articles to ezinemark,ideamarketers and amazines, backlinks I have over 25 in moment but less less traffic.

    My articles are have 9-25 views each article.

    My goal is to have 300 visitors daily to monetize that with amazon produxts and adsense, but for 300 visitors, but with an example of 5% ctr from the directorie and 9-25 views each article, I mus sent lots,lots,lots of articles more than 1000 to have this visitors??

    And Alexa,when they don't give me link juice from there high PR, how I get good link juice?

    And how get 200-300 visitors a day with article marketign so it's possible?

    How I make that Alexa? When you can give me tips, please explain me that easy and simple as you can.

    best wishes
    marco005
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by marco005 View Post

      (please dear alexa explain me that easy as you can).
      I can't help a lot regarding those specific places, I'm afraid, Marco, because I don't use Ideamarketers, Amazines or Ezinemark and I don't even know whether they're strictly speaking article directories.

      Originally Posted by marco005 View Post

      So, problem here is, this was all the same article, but with this method I get backlinks, yes, but no traffic.
      No, I understand that. But you wouldn't want potential customer traffic coming to your site via any sort of directory, would you? (Not unless you have a 100% CTR, because otherwise you'd just be losing some of it unnecessarily? And nobody really has a 100% CTR?).

      If it helps, this post explains why, with examples.

      Originally Posted by marco005 View Post

      backlinks I have over 25 in moment but less less traffic.
      Yes, I understand.

      But the purpose of using those isn't to get traffic from them. It's not for potential customers to see them; it's for potential publishers to see them. Explained in this post.

      Originally Posted by marco005 View Post

      And Alexa,when they don't give me link juice from there high PR, how I get good link juice?
      You don't.

      You get good linkjuice only when your article appears on a relevant site, for your niche.

      Article directory backlinks are no good at all. Not even if you mass-submit and have thousands of them.

      An article directory is just a stepping-stone to more widespread publication.

      That's what they exist for.

      They're not there for us to get their own backlinks or their own traffic. Customers don't go to article directories to look up subjects. Publishers do that. Some customers go to search engines to look up subjects, and we want those people coming to our sites, not going to article directory sites.

      Its own backlinks are no good to you, and you don't want to get your customer traffic that way. You want people who are using it as a directory to go there looking for the content they all need, and to re-publish your article on their sites. Their backlink is good for you. And their traffic is very good for you, because it's targeted traffic, and it's not search-engine traffic.

      Originally Posted by marco005 View Post

      And how get 200-300 visitors a day with article marketign so it's possible?
      Yes, definitely possible. And much more than that.

      This post explains how I get it: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post5035794

      Key concept: article marketing is a traffic generation method in its own right: it isn't a method for doing SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author TopKat22
    I think that if you want to get syndicated a lot on Qondio.com and ideamarketers, it is best to do one really good article a week.

    Gain a reputation. If you are new and you start posting tons of articles, most people will probably ignor you as a "hit it and quit it" marketer and not someone who is wanting to offer any real value to anyone.

    In my opinion, some times less is more. I get lots of traffic and quality backlinks from my method, which I posted earlier in this thread and I've helped a lot of other professional friends of mine do it, too. All of which are on page one of Google for many relevant and high search terms in about a month and have stayed there.
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  • Profile picture of the author JOSourcing
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    Originally Posted by Autoconsult View Post

    I have a bachelor's degree and a Master's degree in two of the fields I discuss on my websites, as well as work experience in the other two, so I am fairly knowledgable about the topics I discuss and I like to think I can write fairly well.

    >8 snipped 8<

    So to sum up this long question, I have decent content that I want to promote, how should I go about it?
    With such high credentials, you might fare better by putting your content in career-related magazines and journals. In fact, if I were you, I'd skip the article marketing strategy altogether.

    If you take a look at the available article directories, you'll see the quality is nowhere near degree status, and by putting your content within that same bucket of "quality," you could (inadvertently) ruin your reputation. There's a reason why some companies stay away from these things, that reason is so their content never sits aside stuff like this:

    http://ezinearticles.com/?A-Variety-...es.&id=6879914

    (whether it's found in a directory, an autoblog, or some reclusive newsletter).

    At some point, we've got to take ourselves seriously, and do serious things with our serious materials in serious environments. As demonstrated in the link above, article directories and the little channels that they drip that stuff through are anything but serious (especially to post-graduates).
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    • Profile picture of the author Autoconsult
      Thank you everyone for you great advice. It has been said a million times before me but this site is great.

      I certainly see the logic in getting relevant sites within your niche to publish your content after you have posted it to your site. I unfortunately deal in pretty competitive niches however and one of them seems to have about 5 really big-time blogs (actually, a few of them are corporations that have blogs on their site and deal in the subject as I do) and, oh, 10000 small blogs in my position. Anyone has any advice on the approach to use when contacting them? Now, I can probably figure this out by trial and error but since most of you seem to be doing this on a regular basis, any advice would be welcome (or hey, some of you probably operate big-time blogs so let me know how YOU would like to be approached by me).

      [QUOTE=JOSourcing;5786108]With such high credentials, you might fare better by putting your content in career-related magazines and journals. In fact, if I were you, I'd skip the article marketing strategy altogether.

      (I am not sure the quote thing above will work)... Again, as I said in my initial post, I think I can offer decent content that people will find helpful. I have read enough journals and am subscribed to enough career-magazines to know that people reading them already know everything their is to know about the subject matter. I prefer the idea of making complex stuff more accessible to everyone.

      Anyway, thanks again everybody. Will work on the advice you have given me.

      Alexa, special thanks for all the links. When I figure out how to "thank" someone on this forum, I will do it.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by Autoconsult View Post

        Alexa, special thanks for all the links. When I figure out how to "thank" someone on this forum, I will do it.
        No prob - good luck with all the bedtime reading. (The "thanks" button will appear in the lower-right-hand corner of others' posts when your own post-count gets to 5, as I remember. Posts in Off Topic and WSO threads aren't counted).
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  • Profile picture of the author Tadresources
    Squidoo is definitely not absolutely necessary! And it isn't an article directory. The work involved is much different and not worth the stress IMO.
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  • Profile picture of the author marco005
    Hy alexa,

    Aha, very much thanks for your great help, now I understand it.

    I should concentrate to syndicate my articles I have written only on similiar relevant niche
    websites or blogs (here fitness niche), also fitness magazines and so on.

    But not easy to find in this niche, one I have found and is seniorfitness.com, perhaps not exactlywhat you have me recommend, but this is an example.

    I will concentrate my article marketing on such magazines, career magazines, or related blogs , on blogs I must make comments, it's to many time for me, submit and publish-finish, and then the next .

    @JOSourcing, when I have found 5 or 10 such related magazines I should only post one article per week to this, not more often,right?

    best wishes
    marco005
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    • Profile picture of the author JOSourcing
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      Originally Posted by marco005 View Post

      @JOSourcing, when I have found 5 or 10 such related magazines I should only post one article per week to this, not more often,right?

      best wishes
      marco005
      Marco, two things that will influence when you should submit (both offline and online) are scheduling and policy.

      Some magazines want content 6 months - 6 weeks prior to publication, so you may have to work according to their schedule. If there's no schedule in place, then for your benefit, try to publish your articles around a significant event that's related to each article's topic. Think holidays, appreciation days... even major events that are written up in small, local publications and college newsletters. Magazines will likely push your article to the top (front) when your content correlates with an existing theme.

      Another issue that will affect your submissions is policy. Almost every magazine has a policy that dictates what type of content may and may not be submitted (unsolicited, solicited, original, licensed, etc.), so you'll need to research each one and make the necessary adjustments. An example is when you're restricted from publishing the same article to more than 2 magazines within a 3 week period. Or when you have to go through a chain-of-command or 3rd party just to approach editor.

      It takes a bit of digging and record keeping, but both the ROR (return on reputation) and measurable markets are tremendous. So I strongly suggest using a spreadsheet to record all your contacts, tasks, and results. Otherwise your office may start to look like mine! ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author marco005
    Hy,

    Thanks very much JOSourcing for your help and tips! I think less is more too, max. 2 articles every week to related webmaster sites/magazines would be enough, more will not look like serious or so.

    So, yesterday I have found 8 related fitness websites where I can submitt my articles!

    So I will do it and other articles on my blog not for these websites promote with rss feeds, ping and trough 2 edu blogs (edu backlinks).

    But little tricky,I will use a similiar title with less competition I think it easyier to rank within, like a search term in google like this: intitle.xxxxxxx for your wight training program or so, so when google shows max.10.000 competitor I will use this title phrase.

    You can recommend me a free accurate online seo keyword tool (not windwos install I have linux)?

    When I have a phrase with less competitor but not searchvolume? It will be bad.

    Than others who promotes their own website over squidoo or so, yes then you can send articles with a topic with high search volume and competitor, squidoo will ranmk fast for it, better than your own website, on your own website you use only less competitor keywords.......that's another strategy I think.

    best wishes
    marco005
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    • Profile picture of the author JOSourcing
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      Originally Posted by marco005 View Post

      You can recommend me a free accurate online seo keyword tool (not windwos install I have linux)?
      I'm sorry, Marco -- I don't know of any Linux tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author modernians
    I'm not so sure google is keen on article sites like it once was. Obviously noone really knows, but from what I've been told its all about relative, authority links now. Not easy to create articles and blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author dame016
    Generating traffic for your site is really hard work, but once you establish your audience, traffic will come to you. Go to forums and use social media to fins your targeted readers/customers. You have to think of what they need and forget about your own interest. That's the way on how to get regular readers.

    You have started it right by implementing basic SEO into your articles. Make sure that the keywords that you have used is also high-ranking in google. You can check with SpyFu.com.

    Also, you shouldn't submit the same article to article directories. Google doesn't like it.
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  • Profile picture of the author TopKat22
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    Originally Posted by marco005
    You can recommend me a free accurate online seo keyword tool (not windwos install I have linux)?


    I just use the Google Keyword tool. My mentors use it and say once you know some simple tricks to finding niches, this tool works well.

    https://adwords.google.com/o/Targeti...__c=1467505144
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  • Profile picture of the author GAldane
    Yes the Internet marketing can be hard sometimes. But there is no shortcut. And if you want to promote your websites properly then you have to create unique articles on your niche and publish them.

    But as you mentioned, it may not always be possible to write that many articles. In that case you can do some re-writes and then submit. That will definitely save your time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ken Leatherman
    In your OP you mentioned your site has good quality, original and unique content or at least that was my interpretation. So I'm going to be very basic with my suggestions.

    Get as many backlinks to your sites as you can and strive to get to Page 1 of Google, for as many related keywords you can. The higher your ranking in the Search Engines the more computer screens your knowledge and expertise will show up on. I told you it was going to be basic.

    Get 4 press releases out about your site, each one original. Do this every time something new comes out in your niche. With your expertise you should have no problem with using the press releases 2 or 3 times a month.

    You caught me with your
    The difference however is that I am not in it to make a quick buck.
    This means you are dead serious about your sites and that is refreshing. I wish the best of luck promoting it.

    Ken
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  • Profile picture of the author marco005
    Hi,
    another interesting question:

    what is, when I use other people rss feed content on my website, alsways to show half of the article always with link to the original source and give them a backlink from me?

    so I can put google adsense on this content? (so like many article directories and magazines do it with other people content).

    I can promote this in folkd or twitter with an tweed only in my own description like this;
    here i have found new fitness supplemenst read this on my site.www.xxxxx.com.

    Is that right?

    Does I get a better faster ranking in google like as an content curator?

    best wishes
    marco005
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    • Profile picture of the author TopKat22
      Originally Posted by marco005 View Post

      Hi,
      another interesting question:

      what is, when I use other people rss feed content on my website, alsways to show half of the article always with link to the original source and give them a backlink from me?

      so I can put google adsense on this content? (so like many article directories and magazines do it with other people content).

      I can promote this in folkd or twitter with an tweed only in my own description like this;
      here i have found new fitness supplemenst read this on my site.www.xxxxx.com.

      Is that right?

      Does I get a better faster ranking in google like as an content curator?

      best wishes
      marco005
      yes, that sounds correct.

      However, I wouldn't just depend on adsense revenue. I'd build a list, too.

      As for ranking, it depends on how well you did your on page SEO and off page SEO.

      The other day, I got a fantastic free ebook from a Warrior on here about on page SEO that any newbie could use. I have got to find that and then you can find out for yourself if your on page SEO is effective. If I find it, I'll come back here and post it.
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  • Profile picture of the author TopKat22
    I was posting along on another thread and saw a comment by TBInternetMarketing and realized that he is the one with the great free ebook about on site SEO.

    So just search for any post from him and get his free ebook.
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    • Profile picture of the author MaryPabalates
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      Originally Posted by TopKat22 View Post

      I was posting along on another thread and saw a comment by TBInternetMarketing and realized that he is the one with the great free ebook about on site SEO.

      So just search for any post from him and get his free ebook.
      I guess you are talking about "perfect-optimization.com".......
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  • Profile picture of the author marco005
    Hi TopKat22,

    thanks for the tip!.

    I think rss feed content curation is an option, so that you have your own content too on your website, your website is mixed not only with other people's content, max. show 505 of the rss feed content.

    Here an example of an content curation website: SAI
    he make not the link to the original source clickable, it will only shown after the article, I think sai makes it nofollow.......


    best wishes
    marco005
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  • Profile picture of the author marco005
    Hi,

    but has anyone here an tutorial for me how I find rss feed content that i can use ob my own commercial site and include it?? (copy& paste)?

    does I need an Disclaimer on ,my site too? So yes, you have an example of an Disclaimer for me?

    best wishes
    marco005
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