5 Secret Benefits That Bloggers Love And EnjoyWritten by Benjamin Scott
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With Spam problems and email filters creating a huge challenge for email marketers to publish their newsletters, bloggers are now using blogs as an additional option to communicate with their subscribers. The advantage of using blogs is that you don't have to worry about spam and email filters because your message will be delivered by using RSS (Really Simple Syndication). You can use these syndicated RSS "feeds" to display latest news from major newspapers, for example, on your own web site or read them on other sites collecting these feeds. There are special programs and web-based services called "RSS feed readers" or "RSS aggregators" that, given URL of an RSS feed will fetch latest headlines periodically and let you read them comfortably and efficiently.
If you are looking for another source of traffic that is cost effective, spam free, search engine friendly, and perfect for building relationships, start publishing your own blog today. Once you get started, you too will experience secret benefits that bloggers love and enjoy.
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Don't Buy Your On-Line Marketing Articles From Article FactoriesWritten by Elizabeth Kirwin
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The Expert Interview In my company, http://www.sidhecommunications.com, we take an original approach to article writing and syndication. We’ve developed a tried and true method of working with professionals who do not have time, or expertise to write well. I call it expert interview. This is a technique that writers all over world use everyday. Syndicate Original Ideas Here’s how expert interview goes. I telephone mortgage company I work for and ask gentleman who is a partner in company what strikes his fancy for topics this month. He replies, “I’d like to write an article about stated income and no doc loans.” I know nothing about mortgages, or this type of loan, but I’m about to learn a great deal. I ask him questions and take copious notes. Sometimes, he will e-mail or fax more information to me. I develop an article based on this interview. The client then approves or edits article. Then I post it to 20 sites which editors regularly visit for free content for their web sites, e-zines, or print publications. In 3-6 months, this article is all over internet. In one year’s time article is still alive and being published even more widely on world wide web, because it is professionally written and communicates valuable ideas. Receive Accolades and Qualified Leads The client receives byline. He or she also basks in glory and accolades from this educational writing. The client has admirers on-line, and he or she answers telephone or e-mails coming from qualified individuals interested in purchasing his or her product or services. When client answers telephone, he or she has to have some idea about topic that’s been written on. It’s not something that can easily be faked. The expert interview ensures that he or she does have this knowledge. It’s client’s expertise and their idea that made story. Because of this, I feel client does deserve byline. They also deserve stream of new business they receive from geographical areas they could not otherwise afford to penetrate. If you’re buying articles from places like article factory: stop it. It’s better to proceed with original ideas. This way you can earn yourself a great ‘virtual reputation.’
Elizabeth Kirwin has published work in national magazines and newspapers. She is co-owner of Sidhe Communications http://www.sidhecommunications.com in Asheville NC. She develops web sites, newsletters, brochures, and internet marketing plans for businesses, non-profits, and health care ogranizations nationally. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.