Is Your Website Content Worth Reading or Obvious Search Engine Bait? - I have a smaller...
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I have a smaller article directory than most people at http://webmastertraffictools.com/articledirectory/
Why so small? Because I review each and every article that is submitted there. There is a very good reason for this.
To get someone to first visit your site takes money and time. Once you have them there it is easier to get them back if you impress them.
Whatever methods of temporary website promotion you use, you have to keep in mind that you want something that will work for you for years, not months. Therefore, if all you ever do is troll for temporary traffic you will ALWAYS be promoting as hard as you are today. Wasn't part of the reason you started working online to work less and make more?
Me, I want to have a network of sites that eventually promote themselves so I can spend the rest of my life on vacation. If you don't start laying down the foundation of that kind of system, you are never going to be able to retire with your site(s) supporting you.
Putting up content for content's sake is redundant. Other people's content is already on hundreds of other pages.
You don't stand out in the crowd that way alone. It is temporary at best if it works at all for you, and once people get to your site and realize you have harvested all your content from a directory they have already read through, you've made an enemy, not a customer out of them.
AND if you were unscrupulous enough to even reprint articles from people who spammed that directory with ads, poor English, poor advice, and everything else, I guarantee your visitors are leaving your site with no respect for you, whatever you sell, and with a deep hatred of "sites like yours" on the net.
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