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Hi,

So I want some reviews of CB products and if you get them from EZA you have to include the resource box link - but obviously I want them to click on my aff link and not the authors link.
Does anyone know what can be done about this?

Thanks a lot
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  • Profile picture of the author MidlandsMarketer
    Don't take review articles from EzineArticles or any other article directory.

    If you want your visitors to trust you and build up your brand- leading to a greater likelihood of sales, write or commission the reviews yourself.

    It is a lot better to have your own unique take on things than to just be one of the crowd.
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    Just hire a writer. It's dirt cheap and you get your own unique content. And if you are willing to spend a little more and create really good review you will make a killing - very few people are doing it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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    ^^^What those two said. There is no "work around" for taking a review article off of EZA. Should you decide to do so anyways and try something nefarious, expect a DMCA notice.
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  • Profile picture of the author Miguelito203
    Originally Posted by mootonandy View Post

    Hi,

    So I want some reviews of CB products and if you get them from EZA you have to include the resource box link - but obviously I want them to click on my aff link and not the authors link.
    Does anyone know what can be done about this?

    Thanks a lot
    Taking content from sites that have already published it is not going to help you rank. The search engines aren't stupid. If you're starting a blog on your own domain, you need to either write the content yourself or outsource it and have someone write it for you. If you do outsource it, you need to use the same person over and over again so that your blog has a singular "voice" to help establish your brand. You'd be surprised how much potential customer appreciate stuff like that. You come across as way more trustworthy.

    Good luck,
    Joey
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    • Profile picture of the author mootonandy
      Thanks everyone.

      But the whole reason for EZA is to get syndicated content. My strategy does not depend of getting ranked anyway.

      You mention writing it yourself but I thought you would actually need to own something you review to make it legit.
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      • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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        Originally Posted by mootonandy View Post

        Thanks everyone.

        But the whole reason for EZA is to get syndicated content. My strategy does not depend of getting ranked anyway.

        You mention writing it yourself but I thought you would actually need to own something you review to make it legit.
        You don't syndicate product reviews, and article syndication marketers that know anything about the strategy don't try to get them syndicated. As others have already said, product reviews need to come from you or be ghostwritten through you.

        The entire point of a product review is that your readers will buy because you recommended it. Not because you threw up an article where someone else did.
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        • Profile picture of the author Tina Golden
          Buy PLR reviews and then rewrite them a bit and insert your own links. I offer a membership with Clickbank reviews and I know there are several providers out there who offer packages.
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          • Profile picture of the author mootonandy
            Originally Posted by Tina Golden View Post

            Buy PLR reviews and then rewrite them a bit and insert your own links. I offer a membership with Clickbank reviews and I know there are several providers out there who offer packages.
            Are they for the weight loss niche best sellers on CB?
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  • It is good if you can write original and unique article. You may refer to article directories to review about your niche, but do not copy from there. You can hire a writer for this purpose.
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  • Profile picture of the author stephenwaldo
    Originally Posted by mootonandy View Post

    Hi,

    So I want some reviews of CB products and if you get them from EZA you have to include the resource box link - but obviously I want them to click on my aff link and not the authors link.
    Does anyone know what can be done about this?

    Thanks a lot
    Well, when republishing from EZA the only thing you're allowed to do is append your own content, not alter the original author's in any way. But you don't have to alter the article to insert your affiliate link...Why not add an editorial to each article that includes your link?

    Plus, that way you could put it right at the beginning of the article, which is better than the resource box anyways because the visitor sees it right up front.

    Otherwise, as others have said, just hire somebody to write for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author mootonandy
      Originally Posted by stephenwaldo View Post

      Well, when republishing from EZA the only thing you're allowed to do is append your own content, not alter the original author's in any way. But you don't have to alter the article to insert your affiliate link...Why not add an editorial to each article that includes your link?

      Plus, that way you could put it right at the beginning of the article, which is better than the resource box anyways because the visitor sees it right up front.

      Otherwise, as others have said, just hire somebody to write for you.
      I like the idea of putting it at the top. Might give that a go.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarvinRivera
    Definitely hire someone, or do it yourself first just to get a feel about the flow, then outsource.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tina Golden
      Originally Posted by mootonandy View Post

      Are they for the weight loss niche best sellers on CB?
      Some have been. I cover all the niches at Clickbank but they aren't recycled for members. We have a fresh pack each week but they are pulled after a month so that endless numbers of members don't get the same reviews.
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