hukumat (28 October, 2009)
For a while I've been doing a great deal of article work for my clients and thought I'd share my method.
1. Get an Articles
I usually pay people to write articles for me. With a little bit of searching you can find someone to write an article for 1 dollar!
There is nothing wrong with writing it yourself of course.
2. Second Generation Spinning
Take your articles and "spin" it, sentence by sentence.
The original article may say...
The second might be..When an individual consumer, not a business or corporation, is looking to file for bankruptcy, it is almost always most appropriate for them to either file under Chapter 7 bankruptcy law or Chapter 13 bankruptcy law.
If you have a low budget you can spin your original article too.If you are looking to file bankruptcy as an individual, not a company or business, there are usually two ways to file. You will have to choose between Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy law.
My second article is generally smaller than the first, so the first article should be at least 500 words so that the second dosnt dip below 400.
3. Top Level Article Submission
Submit one version of this article to eziearticles.com and the other to goarticles.com
I submit my best article to ezine, which usually means the longest.
Use similar, but not the exact same titles and keywords for this submission.
4. Third Generation Spinning
Wait a month or so before this step. Grab your two articles and mix and mash them until you have ten articles.
It's very easy. Take a paragraph from one article and replace the corresponding paragraph of the other article. Swap sentences, find and replace words, just mesh it up so it's different.
5. Low Level Article Submission
Get a large list of article sites and submit to all of them with your freshly made third generation articles. 100+ sites if you can.
Some of these sites wont accept your articles, but that's okay since your submitting to so many sites.
I spend 1 dollar for an article and turn it into twelve articles. I get two links from prestigious article directories and MANY links from a plethora of other sites.
Remember to vary titles and link keyword as much as possible.
hukumat (28 October, 2009)
Great and legitimate tip.
Thanks for that.
I'm very interested to know where you can get article writing service for $1 and the kind of quality you get, if you don't mind sharing.
Elance seems to be good on that. You might also want to check the DigitalPoint forums to find cheap writers. Remember that you pay what you get for. Never pay too much is said a lot, but never try to pay the cheapest price you can get. I've paid 2$ for 500-word articles and they were C-R-A-P.
So take your conclusions mate!
Quality comes at a price. However, that doesn't mean it has to be overly expensive. You can find good quality content at reasonable cost which is mutually beneficial for both the writer and the client. After all, we all are in business for financial gains and creative growth.
So...not information on how to write good articles as the title would have suggested. Instead, tips on how to copy the same article so you can post it more than once...great :/ just what the Internet needs...more spam.
Also, articles for $1...? They're going to be good
trulykiwi (7 May, 2010)
Some easy tips to make an article. There are lot of tips about how to write an article easily but most of them are lazy to follow. That is why most of the people outsource the articles.
I have been trying to spin some of my articles and submit them to different article directories, but without any success.
I usually submit my articles to ezine. I think that a quality article worth more than one spinned article submitted to 100+ directories.
"Quality over quantity." This is my slogan.