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Success with Content SubmissionsViews: 1417
Sep 20, 2006 1:20 amSuccess with Content Submissions#

Nancy Houle TrainingBusinessPros.com

I've recieved so many recommendation on content submissions its hard to evaluate them all.

I've had some success building traffic through article submission, but would really like to streamline content submission. Does anyone currently enjoy any success with content submission and what is working for you?


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Sep 20, 2006 8:49 pmre: Success with Content Submissions#

Susan James
Hey Nancy....

Not sure if this answers any part of your question...
But *success* for me in content submissions..is to not have
to create something brand new, since I use articles as a
promo tool.

I put out several free newletters, and I simply format the
main article for various article banks and websites, and re-use
Love Susan

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Sep 21, 2006 12:33 pmre: re: Success with Content Submissions#

Nancy Houle TrainingBusinessPros.com

Thanks Susan,

Do you find that the combination of article banks work, or is one better than another?


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Sep 22, 2006 2:47 pmre: re: re: Success with Content Submissions#

Nicole Dean - ShowMomTheMoney.com
I've been using www.isnare.com for about a year now and it is the easiest way I've found for submitting articles. I buy credits and apply them for distribution.

I own several article directories, and I deal with article 'spamming' on a regular basis, so I recommend being very selective if you choose to use an article submission service and do your research. There are many terrible services out there. (I pay my VA to decline the spam that comes in from them every day.)

The only thing with isnare is that it does not hit a few of the main directories like ezinearticles. It also won't hit any gender specific directories like mine at ladypens.com because they don't differentiate by gender. So, even using isnare, you may still need to manually submit to a few of your favorite directories.

I just like the fact that I can submit it in one place and know it's getting blasted out to yahoo groups and other directories quickly. It saves me a lot of time.

There is also some software. Article Announcer is well-received, but expensive. It is an option, though, if you want to have more control over where your article is submitted.

Hope that helps.


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Sep 24, 2006 6:48 pm re: Success with Content Submissions#

Nancy Houle TrainingBusinessPros.com

Well, I did my research, and found tons of solutions to help with article submissions. I'm thinking of trying Article Post Robot...

Has anyone here ever tried it or anything similar?


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Feb 03, 2007 11:36 pmre: Success with Content Submissions#

Maria Marsala
I ran an article submission services for a few years. It gets rather time consuming. So I looked around, tried a bunch of services, talked to others who tried services and then choose article marketer. I have articles and resources on articles; writing articles, using article banks, etc. at http://www.ArticleBanks.com

So I use AM and then as someone else mentioned I submit to a few handfuls of other sites one by one or via email.

Has it helped? It brings pre-qualified traffic to my site. And because freelancers found my articles on some topic they were writing about on the web, I've been in Womens Day, Money Magazine, Bottom Line and "almost" in the NY Times. I've also been asked to be on radio and TV shows, had my articles posted in magazines all around the world, etc.

Maria Marsala

What's your next steps?

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Feb 04, 2007 1:04 amre: Success with Content Submissions#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901


Have you considered using an online PR service like PRWeb.com. Now, I am not talking about using the free service provided by PRWeb, but the fee-based service. The fee-based service can put your press release on the first nws page of many high-profile search engines. GetLocalNews.com.

Have you thought about creating any online radio spot links for your business? This is free and easy to do using a service like Odeo.com.

Have you considered doing any interactive podcasting? One of the best places to check out is Talkshoe.com. But, if you really want to get impressive, incorporate Talkishoe.com with Squidoo.com. Then, the event becomes a "show and tell" experience. Squidoo.com even allows you to utilize the modules created by famous online companies - like Amazon.com, Ebay.com and Flickr.com, among many others. For an example of what is possible, visit Power Networking.

Lamar Morgan
Attract more customers!

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