5starpix (21 February, 2010)
Google keyword 'Envoyer l'article' - you may find more
5starpix (21 February, 2010)
I see that Article Marketer is dead, iSnare has got bad reviews and Article Pool seems expensive with their per article pricing. I found that ArticleMarketer has branched out into two sites DistributeYourArticles.com and ContentCrooner.com. Anyone a member of any of these?? How much time do they take to publish an article and how much BLs u get on average(rough estimate will do)??
The user interface is still just as annoying as before.
We do such high volumes that I don't really pay much attention to how long they take to publish an article. We fill one end of the queue and they empty the other.
For a recent article, I see this in the distribution report:
When I search in Google, I see the exact match article title in ArticleSnatch, ArticleSqueeze, and IcePop.Code:... has been distributed 186 times between Jul 21, 2010 and Jul 22, 2010
For an older article, I see this distribution report:
When I search in Google, I see the exact match article title in Mail-Archive.com, SiteRooms.com, ArticleOnlineDirectory.com, SubmitYourArticles.com, ArticleSnatch.com, ArticleCreative.com, SuperArticledirectory.com. KeyboardSheetMusic.co.uk, and FreeArticles.co.za.Code:... has been distributed 1,154 times between Dec 5, 2008 and May 16, 2009
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What about services like Unique Article Wizard, My Article Network, SEO linkvine etc? They have their own network of blogs where the article is posted. Any effective results?
My Article Network and ArticleMarketer share the same network and they got some good reviews too.
SEO Linkvine got pretty not-so-good reviews two months back as it failed to distribute the articles to a large extent(unlike UAW)...dunno how it works now but u can try it..its sold via ClickBank so you can definitely and assuredly get a money-back guarantee(60-days guarantee) if you don't like it..
I am using ArticleRanks and they charge $2 for article distribution..on an average each article gets distributed to 35 sites..but if u have a junk domain with a PR then add it into the database for 'receiving' articles..u will get credits and u can use those to submit articles..basically, it becomes free to use then
also give FreeTrafficSystem a try..
I used articlemarketingautomation.com (same as My Article Network) for about 3 weeks now and decided not to continue the subscription.
They accept spun content and according to their stats articles get posted to many blogs. Here are my stats from the site currently:
I had unique articles written for these and used magic article rewriter to prepare the spun tags (it takes way too long to do it manually, so not worth it) and then submitted them. It seems that the better spun articles get posted to more blogs.You have 11 articles registered on the system. Those articles have been presented 397 times for consideration by site owners.
The articles have been approved 208 times and rejected 51 times, which means your articles have a rejection rate of 20%. A total of 138 copies are still waiting for a decision by site owners.
In total, the system has successfully published 214 copies of your articles.
But, in reality when I check backlinks or indexed articles in Google I see at most several indexed results and all are absolute crap. Blogs with pr0-pr1-pr2 on homepage, very few backlinks, all low quality spun articles with dozens of articles posted a day. I haven't noticed any significant serp movements from this either.
So while this is a pretty cheap option and you supposedly get tons of links, I don't think these links provide much value.
However articles stay in their system for a rather long time, I think it's 60 days, so you can get each article posted 50-100 times during that timeframe.
Basically after trying a bunch of different article submission networks I think its actually more useful to do it old school, manually to top directories.
Also I think buildmyrank could be good. Haven't had enough time to seriously test it yet.