I know that writing related articles and submitting them to article directories (ezines, squidoo, etc.) help drive traffic to HP.
I have no trouble writing new, related articles; but, the submission process to 10+ directories is very time consuming. Is there a tool that makes it easier to submit articles to directories?
I write blocks of articles at one time (in a link wheel fashion). And a single tool that has an interface to multiple directories would really help. Does such a thing exist?
I do that manually but I am sure someone else can help you here. Meanwhile I searched it on Google and found the following two links that might be of some help:
While fine tools, those have nothing to do with article submission.
I use UAW mostly, but there are a plenty of other tools, both online subscriptions and desktop applications.
Misha, Just googled UAW and it came up with some union crap--- what are you referring to?
I have used Unique Article Wizard and it works well for creating backlinks. I don't know that it "drove traffic" to my site, but the backlinks have helped bump up my hubs in the SERPs a bit...to be fair, I would have expected them to be bumped up more considering the cost of the service.
These are not submitted to sites like ezinearticles.
I have UAW going, never tried SEO nuke, before I found out content was king though I spent months of wasted time using PHP Nuke
I am throwing SEO nuke in the same boat because it sounds similar. (Would like to know how good it really is though!)
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