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Posted 10 February 2006 - 07:26 AM
I have started writing articles, which I would like to have distributed so that they are taken up by other webmasters to use on their sites, with a backlink to my site.
There are literally hundreds of websites where I can submit my article personally. There also seem to be a number of companies that will do all of this for me including disseminating my articles through a number of different channels, such as e-mailing the article to webmasters directly etc.
My question is this: Which one single company would you recommend for me to use to achieve the following objectives:-
1. To have my article submitted to all the article directories (this will create back links irrespective of whether my article is subsequently taken up by webmasters)
2. To have my article e-mailed to subscribers of various article distribution/announcement lists
Perhaps there are some other distribution channels that I am unaware of.
In other words, in your experience which company provides the best service and maximises the potential of generating backlinks?
I understand that there would be a charge for this and I would not mind paying $10 per article, say.
Any feedback would be much appreciated.
Posted 10 February 2006 - 08:20 AM
If you are doing this to build your reputation, forget the article directories and focus on specific websites that are authority sites in your niche.
If you are doing this to build backlinks, you ahve to do it manually (just like every other form of link-building). Automation creates patterns of artificial linking, which is unlikely to help in the long run.
Posted 10 February 2006 - 08:34 AM
Submit your articles to over 24,000+ publishers
Will this do the trick? If I use them, will I need to also manually submit or will they basically cover all the basis?
Edited by Jill, 10 February 2006 - 10:50 AM.
Posted 10 February 2006 - 10:51 AM
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