Why Do Ezine Articles Convert So Well?

by sree94 15 replies
The ONLY time I have had any decent conversions is when I have submitted a lot of articles to EzineArticles.

Why is this? Where is the traffic coming from? Is it from my article being on the front page?
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  • Profile picture of the author Allen Graves
    Originally Posted by sree94 View Post

    The ONLY time I have had any decent conversions is when I have submitted a lot of articles to EzineArticles.

    Why is this? Where is the traffic coming from? Is it from my article being on the front page?
    Are you asking about sales or traffic? You say your conversions are better. Do you mean your Click-through rate or your sales or just plain traffic to your articles?

    EZA definitely gives you the most traffic per article submission, and it comes from both the SERPS and from being on their site visitors...although the traffic from their site visitors is only for a limited time.

    If you mean sales and/or CTR, it could depend on a multitude of things ranging from your particular niche to your writing style to the time of day your articles get approved to many other things.

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    • Profile picture of the author DavidO
      I get both long-term traffic and sales from EZA so I can't recommend it highly enough. Articles pre-sell and lead to conversion better than anything else I've tried. Organic search results also do well.
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    • Profile picture of the author sree94
      Originally Posted by Allen Graves View Post

      Are you asking about sales or traffic? You say your conversions are better. Do you mean your Click-through rate or your sales or just plain traffic to your articles?

      EZA definitely gives you the most traffic per article submission, and it comes from both the SERPS and from being on their site visitors...although the traffic from their site visitors is only for a limited time.

      If you mean sales and/or CTR, it could depend on a multitude of things ranging from your particular niche to your writing style to the time of day your articles get approved to many other things.

      AL
      I see both traffic increases and conversion increases.

      I try to submit 8 articles a day. When this does not happen, my sales fall off
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  • Profile picture of the author Chri5123
    Originally Posted by sree94 View Post

    The ONLY time I have had any decent conversions is when I have submitted a lot of articles to EzineArticles.

    Why is this? Where is the traffic coming from? Is it from my article being on the front page?
    This will be because someone that has taken the time to read your article and then clicked through to your website are quite interested in the product.

    Also it may well be because of high Google rankings as well on the keyword in your articles.

    Hope this helps!

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    IMHO...its beacuse they have human editors. They scour the net making sure the submitted content is not found anywhere else...get it? *Anywhere* else? As in exclusivity?

    (Even if you submit the same article via a service, your article will not appear in EZA because the human editor *found it* somehwere else. Even though it was YOUR OWN ARTICLE!) I learned that the hard way. :-(
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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Bruno
      Are you referring to initially submitting your articles? Where you notice the influx of traffic and conversions, from your initial articles, then things die out a bit?

      Any new articles you submit will show up as new articles in that category so you'll get an influx of traffic for a few days until the search engines pick up the rest.

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    • Profile picture of the author freudianslip27
      I know what you mean about traffic. Believe it or not sometimes I write my titles not based around keywords for SEO purposes, but through catchy phrases. I've gotten a lot of views that way, directly from EZA I would assume.

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    • Profile picture of the author Bryan Zimmerman
      Originally Posted by louiefrias View Post

      IMHO...its beacuse they have human editors. They scour the net making sure the submitted content is not found anywhere else...get it? *Anywhere* else? As in exclusivity?

      (Even if you submit the same article via a service, your article will not appear in EZA because the human editor *found it* somehwere else. Even though it was YOUR OWN ARTICLE!) I learned that the hard way. :-(
      Are you saying that if I write an article and submit it to a few different places and they find out that I did submit it other places they won't post it? So I would have to write one for EZA and another in with different copy to submit other places? Sorry just makeing sure before I start submitting articles, because this is something I would have done for sure.
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