Thursday, July 10, 2008

How to Stretch Free Articles into Dollars

Yesterday over at, I wrote an article entitled How to Stretch Your Articles into Dollars. It's generated quite a few comments. I was surprised by this because article marketing has been "talked" to death on the net. It's not new, it's not exciting and it can be a lot of work. BUT, it just goes to show you, when you have concrete proof that something works, it will still get attention.

I think what really got everybody going was when I said how I'd increased my ebook sales by 166% by submitting an article a day to article directories -- for 30 days. No one joined me in my article marketing experiment, but the results speak for themselves. So, if you're on the lookout for a marketing strategy that works -- give this old internet marketing favorite a try.

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1 comment:

Poewar said...

I'm glad to hear this is working out for you. Sometimes promotion is worth a little giveaway.