Have We Really Seen The Death Of Article Marketing? - The End of...
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The End of Article Marketing As We Knew It...
I don't know about you, but I read Cutts' last comment above as an indication that Google still considers article marketing to be a valid and Google-approved method of building links to one's website.
But, no matter how we cut it, we have in fact passed "the end of article marketing as we once knew it." Here is why:
* Some people will never have the chance to read this article and make their own mind about whether what I say has merit, or not. * Some people will simply trust the fear mongers who have been trying to declare article marketing dead for years. * And, some people will decide that they are not willing to take the chance that I might be right.
Going forward, we will see a fewer people using article marketing as a promotion technique.
The fact is that many people have quit using article marketing as a promotion technique. This outcome will only strengthen the hand of those of us who continue to utilize article marketing to promote our websites. After all, with fewer people using articles to market their websites, we will have fewer writers to compete with, in order to get attention for our own articles.
About The Author
Bill Platt has offered article marketing services through http://www.thephantomwriters.com since 2001. If you are interested in guaranteed link building (http://www.linksandtraffic.com) services, utilizing articles as the foundation for the links, then Bill's team can help you with that as well. If you have questions that only Bill can answer, give him a call at (405) 780-7745, between 9am-6pm CST, Monday through Friday.
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