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Does Article Marketing Really Generate Traffic?
By: Joe Eitel
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  • Does Article Marketing Really Generate Traffic?
  • Article Directories
  • Finding Your Niche

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    Does Article Marketing Really Generate Traffic? - Finding Your Niche

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    Being able to freely submit your articles to online article databases is a good and helpful thing, but if you donít know and understand your niche, submitting your articles will prove to be worthless. Remember, you want to seem extremely knowledgeable in your field and that, believe it or not, sometimes includes understanding the needs of your readers and of those who regularly visit your site.

    If no one is interested in your niche, then it doesnít matter that you have an amazing website and that youíve submitted hundreds of pieces to online article directories; no one will be looking for your articles or clicking through to visit your site, for that matter. If you are marketing to a really specific, almost cryptic crowd -- such as those who collect trashcans or antique mac and cheese boxes -- understand that you may not have much in terms of results.

    Content that is that specified can hinder your success and actually amount to nothing more than a waste of your time. Websites and articles pertaining to that kind of specific content should be considered a labor of love that you donít expect to see much from in terms of website hits or an income. If you want to make money with your site and with your articles, youíre going to need to broaden your horizons so that they encompass much more general information.

    Essentially, you want to make sure there is a demand for information in your target niche. The more you satisfy the demand in your niche, the more powerful your articles Ė and your website -- become. It would be very wise and beneficial if at first you spent a majority of your time researching the information for which your target market is hungry.

    This research strategy will prove to be very beneficial in the long run. It may seem tedious and exhaustive, but when you notice people begin to seek out your specific articles and then follow up on their interest by viewing your site and purchasing your products or utilizing your services, you will know it was all worth it.

    As you can see, article marketing isnít very complicated. Itís as simple as knowing where to turn once youíve put in all the work necessary to understand your niche and write informative, interesting articles that pertain to your website. Article directories are an excellent tool that should be used by any fledgling website wanting to create a buzz about their products and/or services and hoping to see an increase in traffic to their website.

    DISCLAIMER: The content provided in this article is not warranted or guaranteed by Developer Shed, Inc. The content provided is intended for entertainment and/or educational purposes in order to introduce to the reader key ideas, concepts, and/or product reviews. As such it is incumbent upon the reader to employ real-world tactics for security and implementation of best practices. We are not liable for any negative consequences that may result from implementing any information covered in our articles or tutorials. If this is a hardware review, it is not recommended to open and/or modify your hardware.


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