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How To Increase Blog Traffic Using Articles

When it comes to getting traffic to your blog, enough is never enough. To put it in plain simple, the more traffic you get, the more money you make.

However, getting a steady stream of traffic to your blog is very often a major problem for a lot of people.There are tons of ways to get more traffic to your blogs, but one of the most effective is to write and publish articles related to your market.

1) How To Write Articles Easily
The trick to writing articles is to write and publish them regularly, which really sounds easier than it is. If you're not outsourcing the articles, you need to write and publish at least one new articles every two weeks. One of the easiest ways to do this is to look back at some of the blog posts you've written, and try to turn these into full-fledged articles.

Generally, this would mean anywhere between 500 - 800 words. Anything shorter and you're likely to be rejected by most article directories. Anything longer is still ok, but would mean your readers get bored.Recycling blog content is a smart way to write articles. Think of your blog as a more informal place where you can write the initial article, and edit it easily from time to time. When pieces of the article has blossomed into a complete piece, you can submit them to article directories and get instant links to your blog.

2) How To Publish Your Articles
Writing the article is really just one part of the traffic building campaign. You still need to publish your article to as many sites as possible. Although you can manually visit a handful of websites and publish your article on each, a smarter was would be to us an article publishing service.There's one service I currently use to publish and syndicate all my articles, which is MyArticleMarketer, available at

The service will syndicate all your articles to other article directories, and depending on your niche, this could mean 200 - 500 instant back links to your website. Some of your articles, if they are good, will end up in other people's ezines and blogs.With a free account at, you will only get distribution on the "partial list", but an upgrade for a reasonable amount of money will give you unlimited article submissions to a list of more than 5,000 websites.Each article you submit comes with reporting features so you can check exactly how many sites have published your articles.

All your articles will be examined and approved by a human editor. If you don't upgrade it takes up to two weeks, but upgrade authors can expect 24-hour approval of their articles. You can post as many articles as your want, based on your membership level.

3) Using Private Label Articles
Although there's been a lot of controversy regarding using Private Label articles recently, the fact is that it is a useful back-up supply when you run out of ideas.Private Label means that those article were initially ghost-written by someone else, and if you have the rights to use them you can pretty much do whatever you want with them.

I recommend that you edit and reword not less than 60% of the PLR article so that it becomes unique content instead of the same article that is being used by the other marketers out there.One word of caution: most article marketing services like will not accept PLR articles, so make sure you also change the title and reword most of the content. Other article sites like may even penalize you for using PLR articles, so use them wisely and at your own risk.

If you don't want to hire someone to do it, you can opt for article publishing services like where they have trademarked a rather powerful "article regeneration" tool. With this tool, you basically enter the article once, and also variations of random sentences in the article. Using heir algorithm, each article submitted will be up to 60% unique before it reaches the article directories.

That being said, not all PLR articles are created equal. Some PLR articles look great, but when you actually read them, you start to see exactly how dull and informative they can be. Source for good PLR articles that focus on the quality rather than the quantity.

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At July 16, 2007 at 6:56 PM, Anonymous trevor ginn said...

Brad Callen has launched some article submitter software

Haven't used it so don't know how good it is


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