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    Top Article Promotion tips and tricks!

    I will give you some tips and tricks that will give you a headstart from the competitors

    - Create a Heading Title
    - Write a article not to short or to long (mostley like 500 words)
    - Make sure that your title also becomes in the description of your article
    - Use free online articles directories (like this one) to subscribe your article
    - once you have a article online you can start creating backlinks to that article (lots of it)

    These are some of the marketing strategys to give you a headstart.
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    By experience I find that articles between 300-400 words do the best. Also, it helps to have points/bullets to help readers skim through the content fast. For me, ezinearticles work the best, where I have submitted some of my articles (expert author:Sonali Sengupta)

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    Hi,
    Article marketing is the most widely used and most popular way to get traffic to your internet home business website. Learn how easy it can be to boost your traffic for life.

    In this article I present 5 killer SEO article tips,
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    This would realy increase traffic indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleek.sonali View Post
    By experience I find that articles between 300-400 words do the best. Also, it helps to have points/bullets to help readers skim through the content fast. For me, ezinearticles work the best, where I have submitted some of my articles (expert author:Sonali Sengupta)
    wow nice,
    thanks for the info

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    Just re that suggestion to use points or bullets in the article:

    I have been using articles lately, submitting several to different article directories.

    Interestingly, so far none of the ones I would consider to be the best articles have been picked up by other webmasters/bloggers. However, the one that I thought was not so great, but was structured in point form, has been picked up.

    Maybe not a big enough sample to draw conclusions from. But I do think people really go for this structure.

    Another example: Look at the front page of Digg. Heaps of the articles and blog posts on there are written in point form.

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    Also you can find article directory bases and submit your article by using the submission software...

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    By the way, what is most useful and simple article submission software?
    Are any freeware programs available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by viperrey View Post
    By the way, what is most useful and simple article submission software?
    Are any freeware programs available?
    I use AllSubmitter... the best software i ever seen...you can also try fireform plugin for firefox...

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    I have found that it is extremely helpful to study the top articles in your niche and figure out why they are the top, so you can duplicate it

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    Quote Originally Posted by viperrey View Post
    By the way, what is most useful and simple article submission software?
    Are any freeware programs available?
    I am not using software to submit, just like in blog directory submission. I used to send my articles to articlemarketer.com as they are the ones who submit my articles to different article directories. Although they have paid service, I use the free one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleek.sonali View Post
    By experience I find that articles between 300-400 words do the best. Also, it helps to have points/bullets to help readers skim through the content fast. For me, ezinearticles work the best, where I have submitted some of my articles (expert author:Sonali Sengupta)
    I disagree.

    I have a ~1,000 words article, which ranks 1st both in G. and Y. I've seen articles from 50 words to 3000+ words ranking high.

    Lenght of the article is really not important so much. It may only harm you if your main keyword gets diluted this way.

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    Do you submit different content to article directories than what you have on your site to avoid duplication of content on your site?


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