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waddsy




msg:817821
 11:03 pm on Jan 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

I have done my research and have found about 29 article directories but i want more! how do i go about finding more as people said there are hundreds and hundreds of them. The ones I have found are the ones that give me the option to select for example "wickets" as many article directories are specialized to cover topics only related to one subject etc. anyone wanna trade data?

 

Mister_Z




msg:817822
 5:50 am on Jan 20, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hello, this is my first post.

A while back I purchased a content site with 16,500+ html articles. There are 155 sub-domains that act as individual web sites. Topics range from Acne to SEO, and each topic has better than 50 articles at least.

While this is a ton of content, it is also unoriginal content. This is going to make it very difficult for me to get ranked on search engines. Major search engines such as yahoo have been said not to even accept websites that contain content that is already vastly in their system.

However, I have come up with an idea that should help my odds, and I think you should consider this as well. I've decided to add original content to the sites mixed in with the content that was provided to me. For instance, I own a forum for car enthusiasts, so I have been taking technical discussions and turning them into articles on my new site and giving the original authors credit for them, as well as a link back to my forum at the bottom of the article. This should help my search engine placement in a huge way.

If you're looking for pre-made content, you can actually purchase content websites for very cheap on Ebay and use the content there. However, beware that the content you are purchasing is very unoriginal and could be floating all over the web already which will always hinder your abilities to rank on search engines. Original content is always best!

kamakaze




msg:817823
 1:36 pm on Jan 20, 2006 (gmt 0)

Mister_Z is exactly right. Original well written content is better than anything else. As the search engines become more human-like they are easily able to tell the difference between content from an article site vs. fresh original content.

waddsy




msg:817824
 6:04 am on Feb 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

well original content is what I am writing.

for example if I want to type an article i think of somehting like "the origin of wickets" I then look it up in google and find about five articles that cover that topic.. I gather points from the articles and make an article with my opinions and ideas with the content I have found. All of it is in my own words.

I try to keep the article from 300 to 500 words. Does this sound okay?

Rani




msg:817825
 6:37 pm on Feb 11, 2006 (gmt 0)

how do i go about finding more

Pass the url of the article through Copyscape and you will find a bunch of other places where this article appears - usually in other article directories.This is because the people who write the articles usually submit them to multiple directories.In this way you can find new article directories.

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