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A Review of Article Submitter Pro


A Review of Article Submitter Pro

The days of tediously submitting your articles to article directories one by one are over!

Imagine this scenario. There you are, in front of your keyboard, proud as punch after putting the finishing touches to your latest article. Feeling good? Great. But, if you are going to submit this article to multiple article directories your work is far from over. (Learn more about a great way to make money from home by increase traffic website.)

In fact, you’re not even close. Unless you’re a magician, that is. You’ll spend hour upon hour manually copying and pasting to submit your article to all the sites that accept articles. What a drag! What a waste of time that could be better spent on other projects or writing more articles.

If you wish you had some help on occasions like this, you’re not alone. The good news is that I think I’ve found a wizard for you. It’s called Article Submitter Pro, and it is an incredibly powerful software application.

With Article Submitter Pro, you choose which web sites you want to submit your article to. Next, Article Submitter Pro determines the requirements for each site, formats your article to satisfy those requirements, and fills in as much of the forms as possible.

I was amazed at just how accurately it does this. I submitted one of my articles to over 100 article databases and the fields were automatically filled out correctly almost every single time. As a result I was able to submit to all these sites in a tiny fraction of the time it would have taken manually. (For more detailed information on flipping websites as a way to make money on the internet.)

You can also create multiple bio boxes. Do you want a different bio on each article? No problem. Or would you like to submit a random bio with each submission? Again, Article Submitter Pro delivers. And don’t worry over whether the bio should be merged with the article or in a field by itself the software works that out for you, too.

With this software you can also grab an article off your website and fill in all the text fields perfectly, ready for submission, in next to no time.

Now let’s look at management ability. One of the problems I have had in the past is remembering which sites I’ve submitted to and which ones I still need to do. This software keeps a record of all the articles you’ve ever submitted, and it’s virtually impossible to accidentally send the same article to a submission site twice.

There are just a couple of areas that I feel Article Submitter Pro needs some improvement.

Firstly, the web site says you can store your login information for each article submission site, but that feature seems to have been disabled in the current version. And it would be such an advantage to have it do just that.

Secondly, when merging the bio following an article, the software sometimes inserts your bio twice, requiring you to edit out one of them.

In conclusion, this software is superb. At $167, Article Submitter Pro is worth every dollar. The many powerful features far outweigh the few areas for improvement. It promises to help you submit your articles to hundreds of sites quickly, and it surely delivers on that promise.

I’ve already saved loads of time. But more importantly, I’ve had tons of traffic pouring in to my web site. And my sales climbed immediately. In fact, Article Submitter Pro paid for itself within just a few days.

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Off-page Search Engine Optimization-About PR

Off-page Search Engine Optimization-About PR

DMOZ is the first specific example of a one-way incoming link mentioned in this blog, there are a few additional aspects of linking that you need to understand before we go any further.

Firstly, the Google Page Rank of the page that sends you a link is relevant to the value of that link. If, for example, you have a one way incoming link from a page that has no Google PR, that link is significantly less valuable than one coming from a page that has already acquired PR8.

However, note that it is called Page Rank and not Site Rank. This is for the specific reason that every individual page of a website has its own PR, and internal pages are likely to have a far lower level of achieved PR than the homepage. (For more detailed information on flipping websites as a way to make money on the internet.)

Even though the DMOZ homepage has a PR score of 8/10, the page on which your site will be featured that therefore creates the one-way incoming link to you is likely to have a far lower score.

However, a small degree of the Page Rank power of the homepage is spread throughout the site. So, the PR of the homepage is still slightly relevant as far as the value of the incoming link is concerned.

From this, you can draw two important conclusions.

First, even if you are accepted for the DMOZ directory, there will be a one-way incoming link generated, but it will not have Google PR8 attached to it.
Secondly and in contrast, incoming links from sites that have highly rated homepages are more valuable than incoming links from sites that have no (or low) Google PR.

Remember this latter point in particular, because the notion of generating links from sites with a high Google PR homepage will come up again many times during the course of this report.

To return to the directories – apart from DMOZ, there are quite a few others who will accept free submissions, and as every one of these directories that accept your application will generate a one-way link to your site, and could potentially send visitors, it is worth submitting your details to every free directory.

There are lists of directory sites that will accept free submissions here and here. (For great information on flipping websites for making money on the internet.)

Try to get listed with those that are the highest rated and those that will list your site most quickly, and then work down the list when you have time to do so.

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Off-page Search Engine Optimization-More On Articles

Off-page Search Engine Optimization-More On Articles

What youre doing here is following the age-old theory of advertising, which is to do everything you can to get your prospect to do what you want them to do right now. The bottom line is, if they read your article and dont click on your link to visit your site, then they are never going to do so, so it has to be now or never.

Your article should paint a word picture of just how much they will benefit from following your advice, or what will happen if they dont take the action that you want them to take. Tell them how they can use the product that you are recommending, and how it will enhance their life when they do so.

Finally, make sure that you tell them why they have to do it now, and what to do in order to take action. You might be surprised to see how many people will take action as long as you instruct them to do so and tell them exactly what they have to do.

However, while you build up to the final call to action throughout your article, you do not include the final instruction of what your reader should do to take advantage of whatever it is you offering in your article. This may sound a little strange, but bear with me for a moment, and it will all become clear.

All of the articles that you create in this way are going to promote your business because you are going to submit them to article directories. When you do so, you have to upload certain supporting information. (Learn more about a great way to make money from home by flipping websites.)

You have to submit a two or three sentence summary of your article.

Many would-be article marketers are very lazy and are content to use the first two or three sentences of their article for this short summary, but this is a big mistake.

Some of the article directories are extremely popular with the search engines, as (for example) articles from the leading directory site, EzineArticles regularly appear in the Google top 10 search results.

When this happens, the short summary you add to your upload is the description shown on the results page (in black) directly beneath the title (in blue):

Consequently, if your description is not persuasive and hard-hitting, there is a very good chance that the searcher will ignore your site to look elsewhere, so using the first two or three sentences of your article as your description is a very poor choice.

Next, you have to add a list of keyword phrases. Most sites limit the number of characters you can use, but use as many of them as you can by listing as many keywords as you can think of.
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Finally, you have to add the Resource box, which is a short description of you and your business. Most article authors use the resource box in exactly this way they will add some information about themselves or their business. You should not do it this way, because there is a far more powerful and effective strategy.
You should write your resource box as if it is the last paragraph of your article, the paragraph in which you stress that the reader has to do something, now. (You’ll find great information here about how to flip websites for profit.)

You do this because it is only in the resource box that you can include links to your site, with a general rule being that you can include up to three active hyperlinks. I would recommend that you include one hyperlink that is the URL of the page that you want the reader to visit, and one more hyperlink that is a link contained within the main keyword term that your article is focused on.

Finally, before you upload your article, check whether the directory site you are going to upload your article to accepts photographs, and if they do, whether those photographs are published next your resource box (as they are by EzineArticles):

As you can see, the photograph immediately draws your attention to the resource box area of the page, so you should always do this if possible.
With your article ready to upload, you have a choice of how you upload your article materials.

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