Article submission Question

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When submiting to the top 100 articles sites does each one have to have different content or can I submit same one to them all?
Thanks for your help
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  • Profile picture of the author sf_Imtiaz
    It's good if you can spin the article or simply rewrite and submit a unique copy to top 5 or top 10 article directories like ezinearticles, goarticles, articlecity, articledashboard, articlealley etc (make sure you read and make the correction in spinned copy of your article) check the keyword density of your article again after rewriting or spinning an article. For rest of the article directories you can submit one same copy and it won't make much difference. You'll receive more than 90% of the clicks from top 10 article directories.
    Here are few tools you can use to spin your article
    1- jetsubmitter.com
    2- simply-free-article-spinner.com
    4- freearticlespinner.com

    and you can use this tool to check the keyword density and you can also build a few backlinks for the articles that you've submitted to top 5 article directories it will help your article get better ranking in serps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Heron
    This is debatable BG48. If you can be bothered spinning 100 articles and checking to make sure each one is legible to be reviewed, then go ahead, however each article directory will still give you some weight, even if the article is duplicate.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jenie0109
    for me..submit one article on different article directories is ok
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  • Profile picture of the author healthtips
    for me...I submit one article only in 10 to 15 article directories.
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  • Profile picture of the author simplyjessie
    Quality is always better than quantity You don't need to submit your articles to tons of article submission sites, just focus to at least 20 quality article sites and you'll be on the right track. @topic, same one article to different article sites will be fine. Just don't repost it to similar article sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author rowenalee
    I only choose article sites that has high in PR like ezinearticles, goarticles etc...I think its okay to submit 1 article to 100 article sites you can also get a value there but if you can do some revision much better.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave147
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    • Profile picture of the author paulbisley
      Even I always look out for a high pr page...since it increses the quality of backlink and helps in link juice....
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  • Profile picture of the author MarkAse
    To me, I prefer to focus on the top 5 sites or so and use Free Traffic System to fill in the rest.

    I do think it is generally a good idea to spin your article manually, each revision should only take about 5 minutes, max.
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  • Profile picture of the author Goatboy
    IMHO, submit the same article.

    The logic is that it is common for Google to find the exact same article from the NY Times reprinted in whole or part in many places across the web. The NY Times isn't reduced in value in Googlebot's eyes. Instead the Times is given even more juice because it has the original article and everyone else is impressed enough to copy it.

    If you spin your article before submitting, you lose this juice. All of the mojo goes out and it is just another common article on the net. So, put the article on your own site first, then send it out (unchanged) to the article directories.
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  • Profile picture of the author kwality
    Some allow dupe content but some like EZA do not. It is always best to spin each article if you have the time and resources just to be on the safe side.
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    • Profile picture of the author Goatboy
      Originally Posted by kwality View Post

      Some allow dupe content but some like EZA do not. It is always best to spin each article if you have the time and resources just to be on the safe side.
      EZA does allow duplicate content.
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      • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
        Will google actually index a article it has found 4 or 5 times already?? I mean if your submitting the same article to these sites and google picks up the first couple will google just keep indexing the same article just because its from a different article site ?
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        • Profile picture of the author Goatboy
          Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

          Will google actually index a article it has found 4 or 5 times already?? I mean if your submitting the same article to these sites and google picks up the first couple will google just keep indexing the same article just because its from a different article site ?
          I've found that Google recognizes my articles and gives me backlink credit, even though not all of the duplicates will show up in the SERPs. It has to do with the credibility of the website that hqas picked up the article.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nemanja
    First put your orig article at your blog/site, promote that post, wait for day or two and then do a little spin on the original article and submit every spinned version to each article direcory, also ypu can try and use some of above mention blog networks.

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    • Profile picture of the author jlady
      I have a question on this...say you are submitting to blogs instead of "article directories" can you take 1 paragraph of your original article and submit it to a number of the blogs? As opposed to the whole article? Also lets say you have a 5 paragraph article...then you can use all 5 paragraphs to go to different bunches of blogs?

      example: 1 paragraph to 25 blogs x 5...you get 125 blogs out of an article.

      I am asking this because I would think with blogs...you don't need as much content as an article. Is submitting to blogs as worthy as submitting to article directories??

      I hope my questions are making sense. It was hard to put into words!
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