Big Profits With A Little Marketing - Since specialized newsletters...
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Since specialized newsletters, e-zines and content sites have already done this hard work collecting people interested in a particular topic, why would you want to go and rewrite the Constitution?
It's very important when you submit your article, whether through a service or using your own software program, you spec it accurately to represent what you're writing about. One day you may write about business management, and the next about keeping the books. Each of these articles will fall under the category of "business," but you have the option to further specify "management" on one and "accounting" on the other. These more detailed specs will allow people who are looking for advice on how to track their income and expenses a greater chance of finding your article among dozens of others.
You also need a catchy title. The title is the first thing a person sees when he or she looks at your article. The title will often be the link that a viewer will (or won't) click before she even sees your first paragraph. Think of your inbox. If you have 100 emails, how do you decide which to open first? You look at the title or subject line. The very same principle holds true in article marketing.
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