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Where should i publish content, after publishing on hubpages/squidoo/ezinearticles? (for seo)
Squidoo is a good option for publishing as well, ezine article i find only creates duplicate content.
Squidoo and ezinearticles are Good places to submit to.
As for Duplicate content do your research its just a myth and you can rank well for it
You can also try SheToldMe.
If you have enough content to be asking this question, you should consider setting up a blog for yourself, as well, if you don't have one. All these other article sites are great for building links and spreading your info, but a blog of your own is something that will build "equity" for you over time as you fill it with your own quality content.
Make sure the content you post in various places is not identical. I'm not sure what Hobsdv meant by duplicate content being "just a myth." You won't necessarily be penalized for having multiple of the same article spread around the Web, per say, but it's also unlikely more than one of the articles will rank. Google will simply choose what it deems the original source.
Hubpages, Ezine Articles and Squidoo are all high authority sites that can give you good backlinks.
So try linking these sites one to another to get some good link juice.
Maybe you can review a product on Hubpages related to a particular digital camera, and on Squidoo you can talk about the top 3 digital Cameras for an amateur photographer.
Then link the Squidoo Lens to the Hubpage.Or you can do it the other way around, if you wish.
Take advantage of the link juice.
Why not post your Hubpages content on relevant LinkedIn groups? LinkedIn groups are very active and they drive in some nice quality traffic.
I would go to selfgrowth.com although they are particular about their article topics. Also freetraffic system. Blogger is a good one too since they're owned by google.
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