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Do you use article syndication?


 
theideaman I'm thinking about getting article
syndication software to help promote
my site.

Has anyone ever used this kind of software?
What kind of results did you get?

Any software to recommend (cheaper the better.)?

Thanks.


Posted on: 7:38 pm on November 23, 2003
apfuchs I haven't used article software but I send out articles via my website newsletter for free. The autoresponder does all the work while I just write the articles.

Posted on: 7:17 am on February 6, 2004
Storyman Idea Man,

Article syndication is a good idea, but unfortunately it has not come of age. Most people have no idea what you are talking about when you say RSS.

One of the advantegous to syndication is that with the right software your website ranking in search engines will increase. However, it is important which software you use because most of what is out there will work against search engine spidering.

On one site I was using a purchased package and got very little search engine action, then after removing it and installing the remote version of blogger.com to post articles the site's unique vistors jumped over 70 fold.

Syndication is really a blog (web log) and quite popular. The real value of both comes in web site ranking on search engines, which means that you will need a steady stream of fresh content. At least 300-400 words a day.

If you want to increase the use of syndication you might want to consider a page that instructs users on what syndication is and how to use it. Like I said before, most people have no idea what syndication is.

From research that I have read (and from my own experience) newsletters are read only about 6% of the time. After awhile users see it as a form of spam and start hitting the delete button. I've found myself doing the same thing with newsletters that looked interesting at the time when I signed up for them.


Posted on: 4:17 pm on May 19, 2004

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