The pain of some article submitters is when you have to go through each article directory step by step and often have to sign up as a member before you can post an article. This is sooo tedious.
I thought article submitters considerably facilitated the chore of submitting articles to directories? I thought all you had to do was to click a button, and your article would be automatically circulated to all the directories you selected.
Is there no software that does this?
2:10 am on Oct 20, 2011 (gmt 0)
I am new in this forum, this is going to be my first post and I hope I am starting it right. I am an article marketing fan and would like to share some ideas that I have learned.
With your concern, you can have a lot of options when doing article marketing, particularly, article submission. For one, instead of submitting them to article directories one-by-one, you may want to opt for sites that offer article syndication/distribution service (contentcrooner or isnare). This kind of site would allow you to submit your article to their site and they will take care of the syndication - they will distribute your article to many article directories such as EZA, goarticles and articledashboard. Second option could be acquiring the manual article submission of different companies online. They can sign up an account for you and manually submit your articles to as many article directories as you like. However, you need to make sure that they are giving you reports so you will know where your articles are submitted and verify if your articles are submitted successfully.
There are a lot of advantages when submitting your articles manually. Submission through software will not guarantee you that your articles are successfully submitted to article sites with good reputation.
If you want more information about this service, please feel free to PM. Or if you have additional questions, please feel free to contact me. Hope these things help.
2:24 am on Oct 20, 2011 (gmt 0)
And doing any and especially all of that will be like shooting yourself in the foot..and then the other foot ..followed by the heart and finally the head..( you need to rank for your own content ..on your own site ..not write free copy to pad out article sites )..mass submissions of the same content ( which of course you'll link back to yourself for the traffic ) is like painting a target on your back for the search engines and holding up big signs saying "ding me for dupe content" ..and "ding me for article spam"
Worked about a decade ago..and even then not too well ..only winners with that method were the article sites..they got free content ..and people clicked on the ads and later adsense ..on their pages..
2:52 am on Oct 20, 2011 (gmt 0)
To quote Leosghost' post: "a target on your back for the search engines and holding up big signs saying "ding me for dupe content" ..and "ding me for article spam"
perhaps, you perceive content duplication and syndication in the same way. There is a great difference between the two terms. Also, article spamming may depend on how you treat your article, you can definitely tweak your article without compromising its quality. Besides, you have all the options though....
3:06 am on Oct 20, 2011 (gmt 0)
I'll bet you have an article site ..or a company working in the field ;-) What with this
If you want more information about this service, please feel free to PM. Or if you have additional questions, please feel free to contact me
and all ..cynical ..moi ? ;-)
There are different ways of describing it ..it is still a real bad idea ..except for the people who own the sites or are syndicating the articles written by the marks that fall for the honeyed words..
I worked with carnies for years ..I can smell a "pitch" ten threads or more away ;-)
tiens ..tiens you posted in two threads uptil now ..both in content ..asked to be PM'ed for more info if needed in each of your first posts..first day here too..
Told ya ..I have nose for a "pitch" ..;-))
5:55 pm on Jan 9, 2012 (gmt 0)
Would avoid any auto article submitter personally, and article syndication for the most part.
Article syndication can be done right, but it's more about networking than signing up to some service like UAW.