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Article Submitting: How To Study A Publisher’s Website
By: Catherine Franz
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    Article Submitting: How To Study A Publisher’s Website - Some sites stipulate...

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    Some sites stipulate that you give them permission to use your material in anything they print or publish. This means that they can accumulate articles on a certain subject, and this is their usual intention, put them together in an ebook and sell the ebook. While some of you will not mind this and consider it viral marketing there are some dangers in this. And this author knows because this has occurred to her materials before she became wise to the secret purpose.

    5. Statistics. There are very few websites that provide reader statistics. I love the websites that tell me how many people read the article. I want to know if a particular topic is well read. Many sites prefer not to post reader statistics. I suspect it is because writers would see that there is a very low count and submitting their articles. Voting on the article is a nice feature, however, it is not really a vital statistic counter. Maybe 1 out of 10 to 15 views will someone take the time to vote. If the voting feature is remotely positioned viewers never know of its existence. Even if this feature is position well on the page -- above the article to let readers know its there and immediately below the article -- readers will rarely vote unless the article was awful.

    Article hosting and posting is a joint venture -- view it as such -- and you will maximize your time and effort.

    Copyright 2005, Catherine Franz.

    Catherine Franz, Millionaire Coach, thinks outside the box naturally when it comes to attracting money. Order her latest strategy, How To "Get 'Them' To Follow Your Yellow Brick Road" report (for professionals, consultants, employees, and retail store owners).

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