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How to Use Article Marketing to Increase Your Income

By Edited Sep 16, 2015 0 3

If done properly, article marketing can increase your income by adding valuable backlinks to your website, your blog, or even your eHow articles. More backlinks mean higher page views, which ultimately lead to higher Adsense or affiliate dollars. An added bonus to using this method is that it will also help to hone your writing skills.

Things You Will Need

A niche

Step 1

Compile a list of websites that will allow you to use article marketing. EzineArticles.com, GoArticles.com, and ArticlesBase.com are three of the most popular, but there are many more out there. Other good sources for article marketing would be your personal blog or website, or a website that will allow you to contribute a guest post in exchange for a backlink.

Step 2

Use different keywords when article marketing. The reason for this is that you don't want to compete with yourself when trying to rank higher in the search engine results pages. For example, if you have an article on eHow titled "How to Take the Last Train to Amsterdam", your eHow keywords would be Amsterdam and Train. You only want to mention those keywords in the link to your eHow piece when article marketing. An easy way around this would be to write an article about spending a day in the Dutch countryside. Towards the end of the article you could wrap it up by writing "...after taking a short cut through the field of tulips we were able to catch the last train to Amsterdam before it pulled out of the station." The words, "the last train to Amsterdam" would be where you would insert your hyperlink.

Step 3

Keep your article marketing pieces between three and four hundred words. Remember that you are trying to drive traffic to a specific web page, and a six hundred word article can easily be split into two separate pieces. This will increase your backlinks, and ultimately give your targeted web page a higher ranking in the search engine results pages. Array

Tips & Warnings



Jul 10, 2010 9:26pm
You make a decent argument in Step 3. Personally, I think an optimal approach, with the greatest benefit to the writer, is to construct a database with a combination of both long and short articles. I find that many of my longer articles actually get quite a few views....plus, there is an element of "time on site" that I believe Google looks upon favorably (If people have longer content, and people are spending a longer time reading it, Google may conclude that the content is extremely valuable and rank it higher....of course, there are exceptions both way....)
Jul 11, 2010 1:13am
Longer articles are currently the best way to go. I wrote this article back when 300 to 400 words would suffice; now I would suggest articles of at least 600 to 1000 words.
Sep 11, 2010 5:23am
Some writers repost the same content to top 10 directories. Some writers post the best one to Ezinearticles, and use the other directories to backlink to the one in Ezinearticles.
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