article writing tips

This is a guest post by James Hewson from . In this post today, he reveals what HE DOES to increase click-through rate for his links when doing article marketing. I am sure enough that using his method, you would definitely achieve results like him.

For many years now, internet marketers have turned to article marketing to answer a couple of their website SEO needs. By writing a quality article and submitting it to one of the authoritative article directories ( PR6, PR6) you will receive in return, one or two do follow back links to your website.

Links from powerful authoritative domains will help to earn your website some respect and therefore gradually, increases in search engine placement.

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This is a guest post by Bryan who is an article marketing expert and blogs at Money With Articles . Today he is using his experience to tell us 3 things that your articles should definitely have to make it a traffic sucking monster.

The title probably caught your attention, didn’t it? If you know anything about article marketing, you should know that the title is one of the most important elements to an article. It literally makes or breaks it. It’s the one thing that a visitor will come across and decide whether or not they will continue on to read what follows.

If your title is weak, chances are, you won’t get many people sweeping through to read your content, no matter HOW glorious or informative it may be. That’s the truth about article marketing. It can be brutal out there, but it doesn’t have to be.

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This is a guest post by Lior who is a web consultant sharing writing tips in this post. Follow him on Twitter @liorl

If you have the aspirations to be a great blog writer it is really not all that difficult, but there are ground rules that you need to follow in order to be successful at it.

There are several common mistakes that new writers often make, and if you avoid them it can mean the difference of you being an average writer or a great writer.