Does anyone here write articles for EZine? I've noticed they seem to get good Google ranking- I wonder what the secret is?
(BTW- I've missed all my hubber friends here- August has been a month from H$$L for me, I can't wait to get back to hubbing again!)
Hi Dorsi, they say when things are bad it can only get better from there, so I hope that applies to you.
I have good success by social bookmarking my articles as well as linking to them through my network of free blogs. Thats done by simply having a links section titled My Latest Articles where they are Do Follow.
This seems to give each article a bit of weight. If you have an old blog lying around with some page rank it works quite quickly.
Yeah, my articles there rank very good, even without any promotion. Ezinearticels have authority in Google eyes.
And we are missing you, too! Come back!
I have had good results using Ezine Articles. Once you reach expert status, your articles get approved even faster and when you reach platinum, you can submit unlimited number of articles. I have been using them for about 2 years and love them. When you reach expert, they send you a nice coffee mug, too! I use mine every day! The rankings are good through them even though I don't promote the links there so I guess they "have the goods" on Google lol.
I write for Ezinearticles, and have good results, and many of my articles have been republished by ezines.
No particular secret - just write articles with a keyword density of 4-6%, adhere to the editorial guidelines, and as long as you have picked a keyword that is not too competitive, you'll appear in the search results.
There is limit to repeating the same keyword in any webpage. It is limited to 11.
I can't get you. Please simplify. I am not talking about linking to the source. I am just talking about repeating the main keywords in the content. Google takes it as a SPAM if people repeat the same keyword more then 11 No of times on a single webpage.
What Misha means is -
Where did you get this information? i.e. Can you add a link to the source of this information?
Sir: Very sorry for not understanding Mr. Misha. I got the Information on a website while searching for " High Paying Keywords". It was on the first page of Google. I just checked the first 3 Pages but was not able to find that particular site. I will get back once I am able to Digg it out.
Well, this just shows the credibility of info on that site. They lied to you, and you took it for the truth.
There is no such thing as a hard set limit on the number of words, and keyword density does not seem to have such a limit either. It all depends on a number of factors, including but not limited to the total number of words on the page, what exactly keywords are in question, related keywords on the page, site authority, etc...
Thank you for the explanation. Maybe I gained the wrong knowledge from that site. It has vanished from Google Ranking. Also very sorry for providing the wrong info.
As an expert author I would like to specify few most important points to be considered while wrting article in ezine.
1) Write unique content only
2) Try to write on latest topic
3) Lenght should be maintained between 300 to 500 words
4) Write on the concept only
5) Resouce box should be filled will two or three links with relevant source so that visitors can get more info if interested on the same subject.
6) Use attractive title.
7) use points if needed
8) use quotes if needed
I use Ezinearticles extensively and they are a great source of traffic to both my hubs and my websites. The secret, I think, is that EZA has a strong editorial policy which they are constantly refining and tightening so this gives them a solid rep with the search engines as an authority source.
I haven't published anything there, but I hear it's a great source of traffic, especially if your article is published in a newsletter or ezine. I'm thinking of rewriting some old articles to submit.
I use ezinearticles.com service and I love it. It is cream of the crop among all the article directories. Google loves it more than any other service for SEO.
They have great guideline section.
The secret to more traffic is to collect all the articles you wrote and submit them all at once.
if you write 2 articles per day which is advised then by friday or saturday you have 10 and submite them all together to send more traffic to your site and create more backlinking.
I hope that helps.
I haven't tried out Ezinearticles yet, but one thing that I have noticed is that when you point one of your allowed promotional links back to a Hub that you have written, it creates a an amazing SEO combo.
They allow you to link out to like 2 or 3 things in the footer of each article , right?
Have any of you tried this?
I get about 50% of people who read my articles at Ezinearticles clicking through on one of my links. It depends a bit on the articles, of course, I have a few dead ducks that have a 5% click-through, but the ones that I keyword-researched and are showing up on Page 1 or Page 2 of Google are pushing about half their visitors on through to my sites.
You can't ask for better than that.
P.S. And they are good quality visitors, too, which is why my Adsense CTRs are so high on my Adsense sites - the best-performing Adsense site we have is now running at over $90 eCPM for August - most of the traffic is referral traffic, half of it from Ezinearticles.
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by Cls1321 11 years ago
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