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Which article directory gives "stronger" backlinks beside Ezinearticles for backlinking purposes?
You can use a page rank checker to check each writing sites PR. The higher the PR the "stronger" the link. Ezine's PR is 8 which is why the links from there are so good.
Scribd.com also has a PR of 8. eHow has a PR of 7.
I haven't found any other article writing site that has PR 8 or more.
Buzzle.com and GoArticles.com are two others that have a rank of 6. Ezine is the absolute best of the article sites, though. Of course HubPages isn't strictly an article site, but they rank very well.
I don't just look at the pagerank, I also look at the visibility given by the search engines. Google does not always give visibility in their search engine to the highest pageranked sites like ezinearticles. It is always best to do a search in google for the phrase your article is about and see which article publishing site google is listing, then use that site also.
I agree with TV Mount Guy, Goarticles is excellent and I think Buzzle is about to make a huge leap to the forefront.
Buzzle is great. Others worth considering. AmericanChronicle.com, IdeaMarketers.com, ArticlesBase.com
I would go for goarticles, amazines, article dashboard. All are dofollow which is what yo need if you want the backlinks for seo purposes.
For Buzzle, your articles have to be unique.
I submitted 100% unique articles and they were accepted. When I submitted less than 100% unique articles, they were deleted.
Conduct a Google search using this phrase "Top 50 article directories" and click on the first search result for a more comprehensive list.
Now some of these directories have article word count limits, want only unique articles, are not accepting new authors, currently having site issues, slow to approve articles, and so on...
So you will need to conduct your due diligence to narrow down the list to the directories that best suit your needs.
I know that Ezine is the gold standard for article directories but I've found that my articles that were submitted to SearchWarp were the ones that showed up at the top of the SERPs while my articles at Ezine either didn't show up at all or were way down in the SERPs.
For me its eZine, Buzzle, Hubpages and Squidoo.
No point looking at the page rank of the domain imo, posting on a domain with strong PR does not necessarily mean your article there will get any!
ArticleBase base is great for distributing articles. But, your question way which article gives stronger backlinks. EzineArticles and ArticleBase are directories which allow republishing articles, so the real factor behind quality and quantity of backlinks will be article itself. If it's a great article - a lot of webmasters will decide to publish it on their sites.
articlebase, squidoo, xomba and many more. You can find more on Google by searching top 50 article directories.
The answers thus far are pretty good.
One thing I would like to recommend concerning backlinking as well, because after you have done a lot of it, it can become monotonous, is to just mix it up with forums, blog posts (not comments), link wheels, etc.
That's a good way to keep the work flow pumping.
Also, be sure to make backlinks for your backlinks
There are lot of article directories that will give you strong backlinks if that is what your are looking for.
You could easily google "Top Ten Article Submitters" for further review.
There are a lot of article directories that can give strong backlinks like articlesbase, goarticles, amazines, articlemonkeys, articledashboard. I have also made a hub about wordpress article directories that can give you strong backlinks.
Here it is: http://boyiboyi.hubpages.com/hub/25-Wor … acklinking
Piubishing your articles iun directories can lead more traffic to your sites.
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