Why you must write articles!

Written by James Tyler

Why you must write articles!

Copyright 2003 James Tyler

Why? Because...

This allowsrepparttar people who read your article to find you and learn more about your business. When other ezines and websites publish your articles (and they will --- some of them instantly), your resource box will be included which will help you increase traffic, gain subscribers & improve your link popularity forrepparttar 124231 search engines.

1000's are waiting to visit Your Website! This will help them find you!

I want you to write an article. (I have included some help)

I don't care if you don't know "how to write and article" --- you MUST write one today!

I want you to write a simple "How To" article related to working at home, home business, Internet marketing, information publishing, affiliate programs or something along these lines..."

Example: “How to Start an Article Exchange/Trading Center”. Or “ How to be Published online”! Anything of interest.

Why? Because...

.. writing articles is one ofrepparttar 124232 most effective ways to market your website onrepparttar 124233 Internet and increase your subscriber base automatically, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! And, it's FREE.

Remember, 1000's are waiting to visit Your Website! This will help them find you! (YOU DO WANT THEM TO FIND YOU!)

Believe me, no matter how inexperienced you think you are right now, you know more than a lot of people out there ... and if you need to do a little research for your article, just visit……… http://www.google.com and type inrepparttar 124234 subject you are looking for. For more help, check out:

Top Seven Tips for Writing Articles onrepparttar 124235 Internet http://www.bookcoaching.com/freearticles/article-21.shtml

12 Tips for Writing Articles onrepparttar 124236 Internet http://www.brisney.com/internet-writing.htm

For more choices, visit http://www.google.com and search for "article directories". Atrepparttar 124237 time of this writing, there is certainly no shortage of listing as Google pulls up 1,120,000 results.

Don't spend any more than a few hours on this project. Your article should be 500-1000 words preferably formatted to no more than 65 characters per line.

Some help here (see examples, maybe……?)

Article Lists: mailto:article_announce-subscribe@yahoogroups.com mailto:ArticlePublisher-subscribe@yahoogroups.com mailto:articlesubmission-subscribe@yahoogroups.com mailto:Free-Content-subscribe@yahoogroups.com mailto:Free-Reprint-Articles-subscribe@yahoogroups.com mailto:Free_eContent-subscribeyahoogroups.com

Article Sites: http://www.ideamarketers.com http://amazines.com/ http://www.ebusinesshelpsite.com/articles.htm http://www.boazepublishing.biz/articledir/

http://www.published.com/ http://www.AuthorConnection.com http://www.articlecentral.com http://www.authorconnection.com http://www.certificate.net/wwio http://www.ideamarketers.com http://www.goarticles.com/ http://www.marketing-seek.com/ http://www.netterweb.com/articles/articlesubmit.htm http://www.boconline.com./sub-art.htm http://www.dime-co.com/articlesub.html http://www.freesticky.com/stickyweb/submit.asp http://www.web-source.net/articlesub.htm http://web-source.net/article_submissions.htm http://ezinearticles.com/add_url.html http://www.howtoadvice.com/Submit/

Is This Thing On?

Written by Jim Schulte

Is This Thing On? Or, How Do You Know if Anyone is Reading Your Newsletter?

by Jim Schulte copyright (c) 2003

It seems that every hour a new ezine or newsletter shows up onrepparttar Internet. They are endless in titles and content. Everybody has to have one to be successful withrepparttar 124230 program, product, or service they are offeringrepparttar 124231 millions of "Internet Junkies" in oder to be able to quit their day jobs.

I don't know who came up withrepparttar 124232 idea that a newsletter or ezine was an essential document in online marketing, but it appears that "they" were correct in that assumption. If you don't have a vehicle in which to get your product to market, then you won't have a market in which to sell your product.

Herein liesrepparttar 124233 question that many, if not all publishers and editors alike, cannot seem to answer. How do you know if anyone is reading your publication?

If you belong to any ofrepparttar 124234 ad co-ops you know that you get subscribers on a daily basis. You watch your active subscriber count rise on a weekly basis, and your list server gives you endless pie charts that show first time visitors, repeat visitors, most recent visitors, pending subs, active subs, on and on and on.

None of that information tells you if any of those people are reading your newsletter. You know,repparttar 124235 one you slave over day after day, week after week, trying to give all of those subsrepparttar 124236 best you can. So here isrepparttar 124237 question again. How do you know they are reading your publication?

The truthful answer to that question is, you really don't know. Unfortunately, in this day and age when we can see an ant colony eating all ofrepparttar 124238 goodies atrepparttar 124239 annual Martian company picnic, there is no miracle software (not yet anyway) that can tell us if anybody is reading all of these ezines.

It seems like such a simple task doesn't it? Why can't we have a sign like Mcdonalds that says, "Over One Billion Read Your Newsletter Today". Radio and television stations have a ratings book that tell them how many people are watching and listening to their shows. So why can't we find out how many people are reading our newsletters?

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