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Writing articles to promote your website, company and product

Today we will talk about another method
to promote your website, or even your company and product. Writing
articles is a very effective way of marketing and promoting your
website. It is one of the best marketing techniques that can promote
your online business. You can be looked at as an expert in your field,
as well as building credibility.

How to receives exposure by writing articles? You are entitled to few
lines short descriptions about yourself, your business or website. This
is the point where a reader can be directed back to your website by
including some background information with a link to your website. This
will get you additional traffic to your website at the same time
increasing the inbound links going to your site.

When you submit an article to a article directory or e-zine, you are
giving them a permission to publish your article on their website. Most
directories make it easy for their viewers to find articles by having
the option to search for an article by title or authors name. Anyone
who visits the directories is allowed to use the article for content on
their website or to use in their newsletter, provided that the article
and the resource box is left unchanged. Your article can be picked up
by a large number of viewers and used on their website or newsletter.
The exposure continues with the possibility of that persons viewers
picking up your article for publication on their website. It’s like a
snowball effect.

As you can see just from the above examples, you can generate a great
traffic to your website by writing and submitting article to article
directory or e-zine.

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One Response to “Writing articles to promote your website, company and product”

  1. Karsten

    great article but I found article marketing lost some of its effectiveness