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Updated: 2014-10-04T19:20:15.348-07:00


Can Article Marketing Really Drive a Wave of Traffic to Your Website?


When you are first starting out with your article marketing campaign, one of the first things that you may wonder about is whether or not you will really be able to drive a steady flow of traffic to your website. Of course, if all that you do is produce only a couple of articles, this is not going to happen.

How can you use article marketing to drive a wave of traffic to your website?

1. Write articles on subjects and topics that people in your chosen niche want to hear. Go into forums or on blogs and find out what people want to know about in your niche. This way, you will know that there are going to be people that are interested in reading your article.

2. Write articles that are direct and to the point. The less fluff that you provide the better. People don't read a lot of text on the web and the more direct your approach is, the more likely they are going to read your entire article and then click through to your site.

3. Use the resource box the right way. It's not about writing 300 words on how much of an expert you are. Use it to keep their attention and direct their focus on your link. Remember that your goal is to get them to click through to your website.

You really can start to see a tremendous flow of traffic just by writing articles to promote your website.

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