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Article Marketing – 6-Figure Article Marketing Tips, Tricks and Inside Secrets

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Article Marketing for Massive Traffic, Leads and Sales

Does article marketing still for work to generate traffic, leads and sales in a Google post Panda, post Penguin world? Heck yes! And we can prove it by revealing you the money right below, right now …

Does “article marketing” still work today?

Short answer: definitely.

Finest answer: it depends.

Permit me to clarify …

Considering that 1996, my wife Lisa and I have developed 5 six-figure (even several six-figure) business working part-time in our extra time online using a simple 5-step marketing system that has never ever failed … and article marketing types the basis of our model.

However to appropriately address the concern: “Does article marketing still work today?” you have to get a bit more clear on what you are seeking to accomplish.

Are you wanting to create even more traffic, leads and sales in the next 24 hours?

Then, no – content marketing is NOT the response you are trying to find. If you require traffic NOW, then paid marketing approaches like pay-per-click ads, banner marketing, running a couple of soloads, Facebook ads or even Youtube advertised videos will produce a more instant result.

Blogging, writing articles, news release and advertising videos (content marketing) is much better used for long-lasting traffic and branding since it just takes time for the online search engine to recognize and “rank” your content so people can discover it.

That being stated, there are means of syndicating your content by leveraging numerous authority websites that can and will bring immediate traffic to your offers – but that is a subject we cover in our Publishing on Purpose for Profit system.

Article Marketing Approach

Article marketing works since it matches the internet model – which is to provide prompt information for those who are looking for it, at the time they are searching for it.

Think of it.

The whole internet runs on search.

You have a trouble or you inquire about a product, service, business opportunity or some other subject you want. So which do you do? You fire up your computer, visit your favorite search engine (this could be Google, Bing, Yahoo, Youtube, Ezinearticles, Facebook or where ever) and you ENTER A SEARCH.

From the search results provided you make a selection and … off you go.

The OBJECTIVE of article marketing is to END SEARCH.

Meaning, as soon as an individual clicks with to look into your article, blog post, video, Facebook update or online forum post … the objective is to offer the details they were searching for and move them forward into taking an additional activity – to register for your list, buy a product or merely to come to understand you as a specialist in your industry.

Get it right by getting your content to rank well on the search engines (if your content can not be discovered, you have actually squandered your time!) – then you can literally write your very own 1st class ticket to any amount of traffic, leads and sales you want. Literally.

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iWriter Review | The Best Article Writing Service For Website Content

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Article Writing Services: How to Choose a Great Article Writing Service

Offering article writing services like iWriter has become an increasingly lucrative business with many companies, some of which only produce mediocre content, have set up websites claiming to be the best in the business therefore causing confusion and leaving most business owners who wish to increase their website popularity by having great content, wondering how to choose a great Article Writing Service.

4 Vital Tips On Choosing A Great Article Writing Service

Scrutinize The Company’s Website

One of the fastest ways one can know whether or not an article writing service will produce good quality work is through scrutinizing the company website content. Look for grammar as well as spelling mistakes. It is worth noting that one should refrain from using the any contact information for a supposed professional content writer that is posted on a blog before performing extensive research.

Verify The Business Is Legally Providing The Service

A website can claim that a company is registered when in reality, it is not. It is up to you, as the potential client, to find out whether or not a business is registered. By verifying that the business is registered, you will find which service is ran by professionals and that which is not.

Preview Some Samples

A great article writing service always has a couple of content samples which a potential client can go through in order to verify the quality of the content you will receive. Contact the article writing service customer care and request to have some mailed to you if you cannot find any links to the company’s previous work. It is worth noting that you should also take note of how long the content provider takes to respond to emails as well as phone calls. Most scam companies that claim to offer content writing services usually do not have a listed phone number and take a very long time to respond to communication.

Verify The Service Provider Has Plagiarism Protection Measures

A good content writing service provider will have some sort of plagiarism protection that ensures and guarantees that your content will be original. Additionally, it is imperative that you also find out the companies policy on having the content revised if the work does not meet your needs.

Some companies charge you extra to have the content revised which could become a major inconvenience. A good content provider will not charge you extra for revisions and hold client satisfaction paramount. iWriter runs each of its articles through Copyscape before it is delivered to you.

In conclusion, it is important and up to you to scrutinize the company’s website, find out whether or not the business is registered , ask to preview some content samples and verify that the content you will receive. Follow these four vital tips if you are wondering how to choose a great article writing service and keep regret away. After all, you are the one paying for the service and you do not want to waste your money.

I recommend you check out my top article writing service iWriter for website content and articles.

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Is this seen as been SEO methods?

Example: I own a sports website that consist of an articles directory. I allow authors to post their article related to sports. My directory comes with its very own RSS Feed.

I have a category called baseball cards. This is a category where people can post articles about the hobby. So the keyword phrase baseball cards maybe used on all those articles; including the title tag and description. Is this okay?

Preferably you should have a different <title>Your Page Title Here</title> and <meta name=”description” content=” Your description here”> for each page.

If the article submissions are infrequent you can simply hand code a suitable title and description for each page.

If the publishing of the articles is automated simply have the authors enter a title and a description when they upload and pick up those fields for dynamic placement in the header.

The local newspaper is offering a free editorial piece when I buy an advert.How is an editorial piece defined?

My weekly local newspaper is having a special section on computers etc next week. They are offering a free 200 word editorial piece and a photo if I buy a small advert. The lady I spoke to said is was a way to promote my business.

I have been looking up the definition of an editorial piece, and it seems to be a piece that expresses a personal opinion, and not really a marketing piece.

I want to promote my competetion for a website, and are wondering if that would be crossing the line for an editorial piece. But since the lady said it was a way of promoting my website, I am thinking that I can write whatever I want to.

Just looking for someone who has experience with marketing via newspapers, and who knows whether an "editorial piece" in connection with an advert, is more broadly defined as a promotional piece?

Thanks!

Diva has it right.
Write about the general category of goods or services your company offers, including as many testimonials presented as "one user of (this type service) says………"

Then drill down a little deeper and provide the unique differentiating characteristics of YOUR particular brand.

End the article with a renewed endorsement of the general category.

Lots of descriptive language is the key. Try to not write like a sales brochure or a technical piece. Write as if you were having coffee with a friend who has asked you about your company.

Why Do pro-Palestinians Like To Believe Fake Quotes?

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"Did Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon vow to burn Palestinian children and rape Arabic girls? Did former Israeli leader Menachem Begin refer to Palestinians as “two-legged beasts,” and did another Israeli leader declare that all Arabs must be killed unless they are willing to live as slaves?

No, but given the number of Web sites repeating these allegations, it is easy to see how this nonsense has gained credence. Indeed, the attribution of invidious statements to Israel’s leaders has become a popular stratagem among Israel’s enemies. Many are fabricated, taken out of context or otherwise manipulated to present a distorted, negative view of Zionist intentions and actions. Propagated on the internet, some of these misquotes eventually make their way into opinion columns in campus newspapers and even, on occasion, the mainstream press.

Take for example, the following quote (found on anti-Israel Web sites) alleged to have been said by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to the Israeli parliament in October 2001 and reported on Kol Yisrael radio:

Don’t worry about American pressure on Israel, we, the Jewish people control America, and the Americans know it.

The statement also appears as "I control America."

As it turns out, it is a hoax. Sharon never made either statement. Nor did Kol Yisrael ever report that he did.

Yet syndicated columnist Georgie Anne Geyer wrote in her May 10, 2002 opinion column, which appeared in the Chicago Tribune, San Diego Tribune, and other newspapers:

In fact, it [American support for Israel’‘s actions] led Prime Minister Sharon to tell his Cabinet recently, "I control America."

Where did this quote originate and how did it enter the mainstream media?

CAMERA’s investigation found that it started with an October 3, 2001 press release from the pro-Hamas group, IAP – the Islamic Association for Palestine, which attributed the quote to a report on “the Israeli Hebrew radio, Col [sic] Yisrael.”

In fact, Kol Yisrael political correspondent Yoni Ben-Menachem, who reports on Cabinet meetings, confirmed to CAMERA that he never made such a broadcast and that Sharon never made such a statement. Nor was it reported by any other news service.

When confronted, Geyer told one editor that she relied on two anonymous Israeli sources for the quotation. She told a second editor the quote came from an alleged Ha’aretz article which she never produced and could not be found. A subsequent editor’s note by Geyer’s United Press Syndicate claimed the quote was widely reported in the Palestinian press (i.e. the IAP, which cited the bogus Kol Yisrael source) but could not be confirmed by independent sources.

Indeed for many, the Internet has completely replaced libraries, reference books, and original research as a source of information. This reliance on unregulated, unaccountable sources has boosted the proliferation of misinformation and bogus quotes. And when they are repeated by journalists, albeit those with radical anti-Israel agendas, few are willing to search deeper.

The CAMERA staff has researched many of the alleged quotes. Part I of our series on misquotes examines quotes that fall into three categories: 1) fabricated; 2) misattributed and 3) taken out of context.

FABRICATED

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon

I don’t know something called International Principles. I vow that I’ll burn every Palestinian child (that) will be born in this area. The Palestinian woman and child is more dangerous than the man, because the Palestinian child’s existence infers that generations will go on, but the man causes limited danger. I vow that if I was just an Israeli civilian and I met a Palestinian I would burn him and I would make him suffer before killing him. With one hit I’ve killed 750 Palestinians (in Rafah in1956). I wanted to encourage my soldiers by raping Arabic girls as the Palestinian woman is a slave for Jews, and we do whatever we want to her and nobody tells us what we shall do but we tell others what they shall do.

Source given: Ariel Sharon in an interview with General Ouze Merham in 1956

Investigation: This quote was found on hundreds of Arab Web sites, and indeed, seems to be a a staple of anti-Israel propaganda. It cannot be found, however, in any text book, news article, or published record, nor is there any mention or record of a General Ouze Merham anywhere else. (Another giveaway is that the term “Palestinian” was not in use in 1956. It only came into vogue in the 1960′s.)

Student columnist Mariam Sobh used the quote in her December 11, 2003 Daily Illinicolumn, but later had to apologize.

Summary: Fabricated quote, fabricated source.

Former IDF Chief of Staff Rafael Eitan

We declare openly that the Arabs have no right to settle on even one centimeter of Eretz Israel… Force is all they do or ever will understand. We shall use the ultimate fo
force until the Palestinians come crawling to us on all fours.

Source given: Rafael Eitan, Chief of Staff of the Israeli Defense Forces, in articles by Gad Becker, Yediot Ahronot April 13, 1983 and in New York Times, April 14, 1983

Investigation: The quote does not appear in either article. While both sources discuss comments made by then-outgoing Chief of Staff Eitan, there is nothing remotely resembling this quote. A wider search of the New York Times archives, also turns up nothing.

Summary: Fabricated quote, incorrect source

MISATTRIBUTED

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon

You can call me anything you like. Call me a monster or a murderer. . . . Better a live Judeo-Nazi than a dead saint…

Even if you prove to me that the present war in Lebanon is a dirty immoral war, I don’t care…

Even if Galilee is shelled again by Katyushas in a year’s time, I don’t really care. We shall start another war, kill and destroy more and more until they will have had enough…
Let them tremble, let them call us a mad state. Let them understand that we are a wild country, dangerous to our surroundings, not normal, that we might go crazy if one of our children is murdered, just one! If anyone even raises his hand against us we’ll take away half his land and burn the other half, including the oil. We might use nuclear arms…

Even today I am willing to volunteer to do the dirty work for Israel, to kill as many Arabs as necessary, to deport them, to expel and burn them, to have everyone hate us……And I don’t mind if after the job is done you put me in front of a Nurembarg Trial and then jail me for life. Hang me if you want, as a war criminal…

What you don’t understand is that the dirty work of Zionism is not finished yet, far from it.

Source given: Ariel Sharon in an interview with Amos Oz, Davar, Dec. 17, 1982

Investigation: The source is found on Arab propaganda and Marxist Web sites. It gained credibility when Rocky Mountain News
international editor, Holger Jensen, included it in an April 2002 column attacking Israeli Prime Minister Sharon. Four days later, Jensen was forced to recant, admitting he had “made a grievous error in not verifying the authenticity of 20-year-old quotes attributed to Ariel Sharon.” And shortly after that, Jensen “resigned to pursue other interests.”

In fact, Amos Oz has confirmed that he never met nor interviewed Sharon. The so-called “interview” was a literary device taken from Oz’s book In the Land of Israel.In the English version, the interviewee’s identity is not revealed, and is referred to as Z (Flamingo/Fontana 1983). Apparently, Palestinian propagandists substituted Sharon’s name for Z in the Davar interview. The description of Z does not fit Sharon, and at one point Z himself refers to Sharon, Begin and General Eitan.

Summary: Quote from an anonymous character in book is falsely attributed to Ariel Sharon.

TAKEN OUT OF CONTEXT

President Moshe Katsav

There is a huge
between us (Jews) and our enemies – not just in ability but in morality, culture, sanctity of life, and conscience. They are our neighbors here, but it seems as if at a distance of a few hundred meters away, there are people who do not belong to our continent, to our world, but actually belong to a different galaxy.

Source given: Israeli president Moshe Katsav, Jerusalem Post, May 10, 2001

Investigation: While nothing was found in the source given, there was an account in the following day’s edition of the Jerusalem Post. This remark is completely removed from its context to make it sound racist. In fact, Katsav was specifically talking about the brutal murders by Palestinian terrorists of two young schoolboys. The remains of Kobi Mandel and Yossi Ish-Ran, who had played hooky from school to explore a cave, were found on May 9, 2001. The Jerusalem Post clearly placed Katsav’s words in that context:

President Moshe Katsav said yesterday that Israel would never stoop to the br
o the brutality the Palestinians displayed in the stoning to death of two Tekoa teenagers this week.

"There is a huge gap between us and our enemies – not just in ability but in morality, culture, sanctity of life, and conscience," Katsav told reporters at Beit Hanassi.

"We would never stoop to the kind of brutality inflicted on the victims in Tekoa and Ofra," he added. "They’re our neighbors here, but it seems as if at a distance of a few hundred meters away, there are people who don’t belong to our continent, to our world, but actually belong to a different galaxy."

Katsav said Israel must change its approach to the Palestinians, but stopped short of voicing exactly what that new approach should be — although he appeared to imply that retaliation is at times necessary.

"Force is no solution to anything," he said, "but sometimes it’s essential."

Referring to the brutal murders of two young boys from Tekoa, Katsav said he is sure there are Palestinians and
Palestinians and other Moslems who oppose terrorism, but it was terrifying to realize how much cruelty and hatred the Palestinians harbor against Israelis. (Jerusalem Post, May 11, 2001)

Summary: Misrepresentation of comments by removal of context.
FOR MORE FAKE ZIONIST QUOTES GO TO:

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Just another reason why pro-Palestinian people are showing the world how stupid they are.
Lol, givebackpalestine doesn’t understand what "tomato, tomatoe" is. Muslims, Moslem is the same thing fool. Maybe if Hamas would build schools instead of firing rockets from them, you would know that,

Well it appears to me they like to make false quotes so they can shift the blame from their own actions over to someone else.

If they had truth on their side they wouldn’t have to lie. People don’t like a violent populace that supports suicide bombs, so they had to figure other plan. Check out how violent this society is and then see if anyone wants to believe anything that comes from their mouths:

According to the poll, of 1,270 Palestinians in face-to-face interviews, 84 percent supported the March 6 attack on the Mercaz Harav Yeshiva — Khalil Shikaki, Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/19/world/middleeast/19mideast.html?_r=2&oref=login

After that Yeshiva Massacre (and after 9/11) they were noted to be dancing and partying in the streets and handing out candy to their chlidren. Overwhelmingly they support violence on civilians. Here’s one where they beat their own children:

2007 statistics show 52.2 percent of Palestinian population are children age 18 and under and 93 percent have experienced domestic violence (Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics and the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion (PCPO))

And here’s the one where they overwhelmingly voted in Hamas, who has an "annihilate Israel first, then move onto the West doctrine" (G-d forbid)
77.69% turned out to vote overall in the Palestinian territories. One Gaza precinct (Rafah) had the highest turnout 89% while the lowest was the Jerusalem precinct 47.5%. http://www.elections.ps/template.aspx?id=288

Against Islamofascist Hamas:
Hamas In Their Own Voices

Children of Hamas

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