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Article Marketing With Christopher Knight

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimisation' started by StephenR, Sep 10, 2006.

  1. StephenR

    StephenR Affiliate affiliate

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    I read an excellent post the other day on proper Article Marketing from an interview conducted by Scott Allen (from http://entrepreneurs.about.com/ & http://www.thevirtualhandshake.com/home.html ) and Christopher Knight (owner of the wildly popular article directory http://www.ezinearticles.com/).

    Christopher is an article marketing expert and points out some crucial tips on how you can make the most of your article marketing campaigns. If you're new to article marketing or even a seasoned vet you should review this article. Enjoy.

    http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/internetmarketing/a/articlemarket.htm?nl=1
     
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  3. AffiliateGuild

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    Article Marketing

    Thanks for sharing! I love reading this type of stuff. It fires up the creative juices and helps you get focused.

    If you are an article marketer, please feel free to submit your articles to my two article repositories:

    Article Repository

    Free Reprint Articles

    Also, both of my article repository directories have RSS feeds by category for you ... meaning you can grab some free constantly changing content for your sites. And of course, I designed both of these article repository directories to be SEO friendly, so there are good odds that you'd see your articles ranking in the search engines from the article repository directories.
     
  4. Clickbank Hotshot

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    choose those article headlines carefully

    i didn't find anything particularly new or useful in that article. but the reminder that 90 percent of your traffic from any given article will be determined solely by the title you choose to give the article is worth repeating here.

    for instance "How To Make $1000 Online Fast" will draw way more traffic than "How To Make Money Online Fast". The first title is specific and suggests a particular strategy, whereas the second is more likely to head a list of possible strategies of somewhat more diluted form. before expecting someone else to click on the headline of an article you wrote, it is worth spending some time thinking about just what might make *you* click on that headline.
     

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