Write Articles to get Traffic to your Web Site

Written by Fred Farah

It is not my intention to give you a 5 or 10 step plan to get traffic to your web site. But I do want to talk to you about one ofrepparttar best traffic generating systems that exists.

Posting your Articles to Article Directories.

And it's really a surprisingly efficient way to bring in traffic.

Hopefully you're not saying "But I don't have any articles". If you don't, and are serious about wanting traffic, then get some. Either write them yourself, or have them 'ghostwritten' for you. It is amazingly inexpensive to do this, andrepparttar 138618 benefit is priceless, and non-stop.

The most well-known place to have articles written 'onrepparttar 138619 cheap' is http://www.elance.com

You must believe me when I say thatrepparttar 138620 benefits are endless. Most of us start out reluctant to spend a lot of time posting articles, but when we finally become convinced ofrepparttar 138621 value ofrepparttar 138622 extra traffic, we become believers. Then we kick ourselves for not doing it sooner.

Here's How it Works:

Let's say that your web site is about Affiliate Marketing, as mine is. You need to become known as an expert in your field. The best way to do this is by having articles on your content-based web site telling all you can about affiliate marketing techniques.

In addition to pages on your web site, you can become well known even faster by posting articles to Article Directories. They are inrepparttar 138623 business of providing articles torepparttar 138624 Internet public on many different categories of expertise.

People can read them, and even more significantly, they can post them on their own web site, or even use them in their email newsletters. Well how does that help you? Simple.. your name and resource box is atrepparttar 138625 end of every article, and people will surf over to visit your site from that.

That is how you get extra traffic.

Do all those who read your articles visit your site? Of course not. In fact, only about 3% of readers may visit. This is quite normal, but it does eventually snowball into significant numbers. Here's How.

When people use your articles on their web sites or ezines, they must also maintainrepparttar 138626 credits and respectrepparttar 138627 copyrights ofrepparttar 138628 author. I felt really honoured when I discovered that some of my articles were usedrepparttar 138629 day after I posted them. And you only discover a very few places that your work is used. Most ofrepparttar 138630 time, you can't know.

The first Directory I used (and my favourite) is Ezine Articles at http://EzineArticles.com/ which isrepparttar 138631 fastest growing of all of them. By logging in to my members page, I can view how many times each article has been read. What I can't see is how many times people borrowed my articles, and how many times they were read in that new place, etc, etc.

Where To Look For Dirt-Cheap DVD Software. Part VIII

Written by David D. Deprice

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* Full-Disc copy-mode: This will copy an entire movie-DVD to one regular DVD recordable DVD±R(W)(DL). * Movie only copy-mode: This will copyrepparttar 137286 main movie only to one regular DVD recordable DVD±R(W). * Split to 2 DVD copy-mode: This will split a movie-DVD into 2 discs so it will fit to two regular DVD recordables. * 1:1 copy-mode: Creates a REAL 1:1 Copy of a DVD even data DVDs to either a regular DVD recordable (DVD±R(W)) or to a double layer DVD Recordable (DVD+R DL), depending onrepparttar 137287 original DVD size.

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