Is Ezine Dead? Google Aglorithim Change

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Is Ezine Dead? What do You think?
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  • Profile picture of the author designerjack
    Nope, I just double checked for you, the link still works.

    Good question though.
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  • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
    Are you one of my competitors? If so, yes, it is dead. Article marketing as a whole is dead. So is backlinking. Don't do it!
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    • Profile picture of the author JaySchmidt
      Yes, it's dead. Send your articles to me.
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    • Profile picture of the author designerjack
      Originally Posted by iAmNameLess View Post

      Are you one of my competitors? If so, yes, it is dead. Article marketing as a whole is dead. So is backlinking. Don't do it!
      I don't mean to push the wrong button here but can you show me proof that Google stopped calculating any sort of link structure as apart of their strategy to help users get what they want when searching the engine?

      Can you show us any proof that says "We don't use links as apart of our system to create importance of a page based on Page Rank?"

      If you show me that, I will be on your side, the process might take you forever to find because Google has never or will never say that. In fact, if you were around the old days of Google, you should know they have always said that linking is what gives you page rank value also known as showing importance and popularity of that specific page. That is one factor, not all of it...

      Sure, you should do all the principles of SEO. Articles, on site seo, off site seo, link building, etc.
      No, backlinks isn't dead nor is articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author mlord10
    Love the sarcastic responses above... Of course ezinearticles.com is not dead! It has evolved, and in order to get maximum results out of it each marketer needs to adapt his or her strategy.

    I personally suggest using other blogging platforms (starting with Wordpress) and syndicating your content across a variety of blog networks. That is the key to success these days with article marketing.

    Note: This isn't the only idea that works, just mine!
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    • Profile picture of the author Bruce Hearder
      I wish EZA would reduce the number of ads they run on each page. Its starting to get a bit over the top.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Nope ezine isn't dead yet, go ahead & post another article they need you to promote their site.
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    • Profile picture of the author mrwill
      looks like Ezine is being replaced by e-books, blogs, strategic email and other niche community sharing venues.

      Also, with the evolution of personalized experiences, it takes to long to weed through ezine content to see if it is relevant to me.
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