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Article Marketing: How to Easily Make $100 A Day By Writing Articles For Your Niche

Updated on October 24, 2013

In this article I will show you how to make money with article marketing.

I learned this method from a colleague who is in my upline in a program that are promoting and you will see that this can be applicable in any niche you chose.

This is not a quick fix method but rather something that will over time work for you and on which you can count on for this type of income from home. This is a numbers game and the more articles you have circulating in the Article Directories the more targeted traffic they will receive, and the more clicks you will get to your affiliate program therefore resulting in more sales. My friend has more than 950 articles in circulation that generate hundreds of visitors per day for him to his program, resulting in the sales mentioned. He is still getting traffic today from articles he submitted years ago.

He is still writing good articles today and hopes to have 1,500 in total, written and circulating across cyberspace within a year's time.

You start by writing a few articles on a topic that interests you in any niche that you feel comfortable in such as how to lose weight, how to stop smoking, or how to just about anything. Choose a topic. Do some basic keyword research in your niche so that you can understand what it is that people are searching for online, what problems they have in order to answers those problems with the program you are promoting.

For example, if your chosen niche is "how to lose weight" select niche-appropriate, long-tailed keywords such as "how to lose weight easily and safely" or "weight loss success story book" that will separate the onlookers from the ones ready to buy and your chances of getting that traffic to your article and then will increase. The more accurate or targeted the keywords you select the more likely that traffic will results to your article.

You then submit these articles to prominent Article Directories in the applicable niche. If your articles are keyword rich, well written and offer something of value to the reader they will generate good quality traffic and you will make sales. In addition you can also have your articles picked up by publishers of ezines, newsletters or other online publications as content for their sites which would result in even more and more, regular, good quality traffic to your site. Subscribers of these publications love new quality material and content and the publishers are always on the lookout in prominent Article Directories for good stuff to give their subscribers. As long as they keep your author's box and bio intact they can freely distribute your article anywhere they want and often do with good quality articles resulting in excellent traffic to it from their subscribers. Once subscribers read your material and click your link they are taken directly to your affiliate page for your product where any purchases of the product will earn you a direct commission.

In this manner good quality articles that are well written and keyword rich will be picked up and circulated throughout cyberspace, and your affiliate link will be attached to them thereby resulting in views, traffic, sales and branding for your site. You may see your articles in newsletters and publications years from now all because some publishers picked them up as good content for their sites and freely distributed them. As your articles get distributed virally across the internet your links will land in the hard drives of thousands of readers who at any time after that - sometimes even years later - decide to click on your link and make a purchase.

This is how my colleague is generating thousands of hits a day to his sites through articles he wrote years ago and which still generate for him quality traffic that results in sales of more than $ 50 a day, or, on average $ 1,500 a month! That is a true passive, and residual income that hew will receive month after month after month.
When you get the hang of writing articles that are good quality and keyword rich, do it again with another niche that is related to your chosen one, or expand into a totally unrelated one. If you cannot write articles on more than one topic, you can hire others to do it for you and then submit those ones to Article Directories thereby starting the process again. By sowing these seeds today you can begin to start generating residual income more than a year from today that will last you for years.

I am still receiving traffic today from the first articles I wrote and submitted more than a year ago, and I am still getting sign ups to my newsletter from these articles that have been picked up and circulated by others in their publications. Some of these publishers have 5,000 or 10,000 subscribers in their database and when they pick up one of my articles for distribution that article will get an immediate boost in viewers, sales and even subscribers to my newsletter through my website.

If you keep writing good quality, keyword rich articles and keep submitting them to the prominent directories, publishers will begin to recognize your name, be on the lookout for it, and will pick up every article you write for distribution to their subscribers. Imagine what that would mean for your affiliate sales and commissions. That is exactly how my colleague four years later is now earning more than $ 100 per day with his articles that are in vast circulation across the internet, and that total will only grow over time as he writes more to keep his sales funnel loaded.

My friend has been marketing online for slightly more than four years now and he has established himself as somewhat of an authority in at least two niches and publishers can't wait for him to write more articles so they can pick them up.
His success story is that he started by writing two articles a day for the first six months and then one article per day for the other six months in his first year. The second year he persevered and wrote one article a day for the entire year, and in the third year he wrote one article a day in an entirely different niche, resulting in more than 900 articles out here with his membership site information promoting his monthly site. Four years later, he is taking it easy and writing only one article every other day or so as he now has the luxury that others are waiting for his work to pick up so he is doing a more than careful job in making sure that the material is good, fresh and well received.

You can do the same by starting small, persisting, not getting frustrated, and improving your writing skills to the point that you can crank out an article in 30 minutes or so as I now do.

Sow the seeds, water them regularly, provide lots of sunlight and watch them grow into tall, strong money-making machines that will crank out a regular income for you over the years. Submit your articles to article directories and spread the word about your money making opportunity.


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      3 years ago

      Firstly I am totally inspired by your story.Hats off.

      Secondly can u please suggest where can I submit those particular articles??

      Thank you.

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      4 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      To create a decent family of articles within a particular niche does take time and effort but the rewards are worth it ... this is again another very useful and informative hub .. cheers and this time I voted it up :D

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      Kevin W 

      5 years ago from Texas

      Interesting article infocash, I do tend to write what I know, or stay in a "Niche". I don't have anywhere close to 950 articles, but as you stated, it does take time. Thumbs up.


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