Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Increase Ebook Sales with an Article Marketing Blitz Campaign

How many articles do you think you have to write and submit to article directories to make one ebook sale a day? This was the question I posed in my post at last week entitled How to Stretch Your Articles into Dollars.

This week, I answered it in the post, How to Increase Ebook Sales with an Article Marketing Blitz. In this post, I also lay out how to create a step-by-step article marketing blitz campaign.

I've recently come back to article marketing as a way to drive traffic to my website and blog, a way to increase ebook sales and just as a general way of keeping my name front and center to my audience. Article marekting is a lot of work, especially if you write all of your own content - which I do and highly advise. I think it's the main reason though that it works so well for me (but, talk about paying your dues!).

Luckily, I take a long range view of it. My target date to be completely self-sufficient -- eg, earning a living from just my ebooks -- is January 2012. So I'm laying the groundwork now.

The #1 Reason Article Marketing Is So Effective

You see, the main reason article marketing works so well is that it drives traffic to your site for years to come. And, this is what I'm banking on. So while finding the time to write now is literally painful most days because I'm so busy with client work, I know I'll be glad in a few years that I stuck it out.

You can achieve article marketing success too! Read the article at today to get started.

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