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At the end of the article, in the "bio" box, where you get to put your links, I put links to my ecommerce store.
After waiting for a few days for it to get approved, they get back to me, and don't approve it, becuase the links to my ecommerce store "didn't add content to the article".
Anyone else ever have this problem? Are you even able to post links to your ecommerce site? I thought that was basically the whole darn point of writing the article (give people good info in the article, then get a reward, which is links to your ecommerce site).
I don't know why they complain about the ecommerce site thing, since if its not an ecommerce site, its just going to be an affiliate link instead; I have a hard time beleiving that anyone will write an article just for giggles.
[edited by: lorax at 3:14 pm (utc) on Feb. 21, 2009]
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Another important point to realize is that the quality of your article will directly correlate with the amount of backlinks that it generates and a targeted article is ideal.
Write your articles like you market your business. Don't target one audience with the article and then link to another that's totally unrelated. Better yet, write an article about a specific product that you sell on your site and include two links in your resource box, one to your index and another to the specific product.