I am a freelance writer, who mainly works on bidding websites like oDesk and Elance etc. I wanted to strengthen my portfolio by having a decent active profile at Ezinearticles.com (I reckon that having 80+ articles at hubpages isn't proving just enough).
Hence, my question is that how can I use ezinearticles to my benefit?
Actually, I was confused because I do not really know the ins and outs of ezinearticles.com. I assume that it is mostly used by website owners, who in the end, post their websites' link to divert traffic. But I do not have any website, and I intend to write articles on completely different (mixed) niches. Is there any way, considering all the above situations, that I can be benefited from ezinearticles, apart from just having a profile cum portfolio?
Your assistance will be of real help. Thank you.
These hubs were published by Lissie 2-3 years ago, but she may have updated them. You could always read, then contact her with any questions. She is pretty good about responding I think.
http://lissie.hubpages.com/hub/Using-Ez … h-Hubpages
http://lissie.hubpages.com/hub/Article- … utomation2
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