Does Article Marketing Really Work?

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  1. livinggood profile image62
    livinggoodposted 5 years ago

    Does Article Marketing Really Work?

    Is it true that you can get more traffic to your hubs or web page through article marketing? If so, do you think it's better to submit to allot of directories or only a few high ranked ones?

  2. phtech profile image81
    phtechposted 5 years ago

    I saw a small spike in views from submitting to google and bing. I would suggest not wasting your time on the smaller ones. I have a hub on this topic if you'd like to read it: … -One-Night

    1. livinggood profile image62
      livinggoodposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Good answer and that is a very helpful hub. Thanks for the advice.

    2. phtech profile image81
      phtechposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks. I appreciate it.

  3. anapaul647 profile image58
    anapaul647posted 5 years ago

    Today "Content is the King",Nowadays you can' ignore the article marketing the good quality article can increase the traffic of your site if the visitors like  content of your site the will regularly visit the site and they can bookmark your sites they can refers your sites to their friends so it good to have a blog page on your site doing guest blogging writing articles,publishing whitepapers,press release etc. So undoubtedly Article marketing is very effective for the sites.

  4. Ajay Prasad profile image59
    Ajay Prasadposted 5 years ago

    Article Marketing is important for your business, as more information you provide to the readers of your articles the more they trust you. As your readers trust you they begin to treat you as the expert in your field. This will build a personal and business reputation for you. The fact is that as people begin to trust you personally they will also trust your recommendations and products.

  5. CrescentSkies profile image87
    CrescentSkiesposted 5 years ago

    If you listen to Google it doesn't work, but in reality it does. You just have to write high quality, moderately long articles and submit them to a combination of high ranked and low ranked directories and websites. Not only will it draw search engine traffic (page rank and all that jazz) but like hubpages, a lot of high ranked article directories tend to have social media support. This equates to more social media coverage on your articles which equates to more clicks on the links in your articles. If you properly placed your link for maximum visibility this equates to a lot more traffic to your hubs.

  6. divineadriano profile image57
    divineadrianoposted 5 years ago

    Well maybe it really does, if you're hardworking and passionate enough to write high quality articles everyday than it will surely workout.


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