Thinking in Articles

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More about advertising: The majority of advertising is paid for byrepparttar person who wants to promote their brand. Nobody thinks twice about this. You want exposure, so you pay money.... sometimes a lot of money.

Article writing is advertising exposure... butrepparttar 145874 beauty of it is, it's FREE.

I'll say it again: It's Free!

I hope this is making sense to you, because once it clicks,repparttar 145875 articles just start flowing. And every time you contract a new writing job, you gain specialized knowledge that can be turned into 10-15 articles atrepparttar 145876 very least. What a fantastic way to build your credibility.

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Here's a thought: Let's say you have writing experience in a specialized industry, such as pharmaceutical... and I have experience in a different area, such as technology. Well, what if we got together on one website, advertised our unique writing strengths, and then each wrote 25-50 articles that highly targeted our own category? That would be doublerepparttar 145878 visitors, doublerepparttar 145879 job inquiries, and doublerepparttar 145880 number of contracts, which could potentially snowball into something even bigger-- who knows what!

But you'll never knowrepparttar 145881 potential if you don't try. So why not take a gander at article marketing! Sign up for a free membership withrepparttar 145882 friendly folks at and start writing about what you know. It's fun, it's cathartic, and it's good for your business.

(FYI: I don't get paid to say these things. I'm just really gung-ho.)

To your freelance writing success!

Dina Giolitto

Dina Giolitto creates core-driven copy for small business owners seeking guidance on matters of grammar, punctuation, word choice, structural organization, Search Engine Optimization - and above all, Guerilla Marketing Tactics for their websites and print materials. Add your name to her roster of talented writers. Visit

Leverage the Power of Article Marketing

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Use Google and Yahoo to gauge your steady climb. One ofrepparttar biggest article marketing motivators is tracking your progress onrepparttar 145873 search engines. If you're doing it right, including keywords in your article titles and content, and offering valuable information to your readers, that means folks are picking up your stuff. A single article can potentially get picked up 100 times or more. Think of how many places your website link will be seen if you submit 100 articles! To see article-marketing in action, submit four or five articles to and then wait a month or two. Then do a Google search onrepparttar 145874 topic ofrepparttar 145875 articles you wrote, and do another search on your name. Guess what comes up? Allrepparttar 145876 websites where your articles are featured. Holy hell! That is some cool stuff.

Workrepparttar 145877 article marketing circuit. Make your presence known withinrepparttar 145878 article realms by actively participating in author networks. My article marketing website of choice is because they capture this feeling of "Hey, we're one big article-writing family!" Their site isrepparttar 145879 home for tons of authors who are more than happy to swap information and share their valuable insights with you. Participate inrepparttar 145880 Blog, comment on other authors' articles; in short, get out there and get noticed! By building side relationships through your writing expertise, you're plantingrepparttar 145881 seeds for future projects with other smart marketers onrepparttar 145882 web!

Okay then. Have you had just about enough Article Marketing forrepparttar 145883 day? I know I have! Stay tuned to for more copywriting and marketing ideas to help grow your business.

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