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1. Making Money as an Article Writer
August 26, 2007


Writing content for the Internet can be immensely rewarding both financially and personally. With the way he Internet continues to grow, the need for quality written content will maintain the demand for articles. Perhaps in five years, the demand will shift to video content, but for right now, the written word is king. The question is, how do we, as writers profit from that demand? There are websites available that will pay writers for content. In most cases, you can get between five and fifteen dollars for a 500-word article. It may not seem like a lot, but once you become proficient, yo... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 359

2. How To Write Online For Profit
August 25, 2007


Through the power of the internet it is highly possible in today’s modern world to supplement your income by earning extra money writing online. The advent of technology has enabled writers from all walks of life to join a community of budding authors. No longer do you have to wait for: “the check is in the mail!” Very often the speed of publishing your work online brings quick, easy, direct remuneration. The writers of yesteryear spent many months putting pen to paper, which later they had to transfer into typed manuscripts. These were posted out by mail to editors and book publishers. ... (read more)

Author: Lucy May | Article Views: 363

3. If You're New to Writing Articles - Article Writing 101
August 25, 2007


Most people write articles with a specific purpose in mind. Some write to increase traffic to their website and others write to generate income. Some write for the sheer joy of it, for the publicity, or to see their name in print. Whatever your reason for writing, I hope you achieve success with it. However, if you are just beginning your writing career, keep in mind that it is not a sprint; it is a long distance race. Whatever your goals, you will not achieve it with your first article (unless you just wanted to see your name in print). The most successful article writers have ove... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 403

4. Are You New to Writing Articles? - Read This
August 24, 2007


I read many ezine articles in the course of doing research. I’m surprised at the number of writers that try to squeeze the contents of an entire book into one article. I didn’t go online to read a novel. When I see an article that is a thousand words or more, I immediately click away. In most cases, the author adds unrelated information to fill more pages. There’s an advantage in breaking up a long article into several smaller ones; you get to publish several resource boxes. The resource box is your only possible source of payment. Publishing three of them is better than publishing just one. ... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 389

5. Increase Your Article Income - Stress the Benefits
August 23, 2007


Increase Your Article Income - Stress the Benefits If you have any sales experience, you will probably be familiar with the terms features and benefits. A feature of a product is a description of its attributes. The benefits of that product are the advantages that it provides you. Many articles I read stress only the features of a particular technique or product. And that is a pity, because it is the benefits that sell products, not the features. By including more benefits in your articles, it is almost a certainty that you will see additional URL clicks. For example, the features o... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 382

6. 6 Ways to Capitalize on the Growth of the Internet
August 22, 2007


There are about 2 billion websites listed on the Internet today. That’s about 76,000 times the number of sites that existed in 1998. That is a pretty nice rate of growth. The question is, how can we capitalize on that? Let’s make a few assumptions based on this information: 1) We can expect that the number of websites will continue to grow. Each of these new websites will need a place to be hosted. Look for quality companies that are among the best in the field and join their affiliate programs. These can be very profitable programs because you collect a check every time someone makes a ... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 351

7. Five Requirements of a Good Affiliate Program
August 21, 2007


Until you develop your own products, you will probably use affiliate products to make money on the Internet. Most people start out that way. Many of them are extremely successful. But there is a lot of confusion when just starting out with affiliate products. Many people ask, which affiliate product is the most profitable? There is no clear-cut answer to this. If your site is about birds, you would probably generate very few sales selling discount TV’s. You will maximize your sales if you sell products in a niche related to your website. If you built your list using articles about birds, y... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 349

8. Use Your Older Articles to Generate Extra Cash
August 20, 2007


In my discussions with other writers, most of them will write an article and then forget about it. They move on to the next one. By managing your article business in this way, you are leaving a lot of money on the table. You should take a lesson from the larger successful sites. Many large and small submission sites make money by placing ads on our articles. Xomba and Helium do it quite successfully. They are making money with articles that authors have written long ago. Unless you are a billionaire and write just for fun, why not copy successful article income techniques from the big boys? ... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 423

9. Keep Good Records to Maximize Your Article Profits
August 19, 2007


I strongly recommend that you keep good records for the articles you write. There are several article submission sites that provide excellent information regarding how your articles have performed. Make sure you keep a copy of the resource box, summary, and keywords, as well as the body of each article submitted. It’s also very important to keep track of page views, URL clicks, and ezines published. This research can keep your article business growing on a regular basis. As an obvious benefit, your research can help you decide which topics to focus on for future articles. By seeing which ... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 373

10. Easy 5 Step Technique to Develop Your Own Ebook - It's Easier Than You Think
August 17, 2007


I’ve written numerous articles on how to generate income by writing articles. To maximize the amount of money you can make, you need to develop and market your own product. The easiest product for an article writer to design is an ebook. For many people, writing their own ebook along with all the details it involves can be a large intimidating project. First of all, you’ve got to write it. To do it well, you’ve got to promote it with emails and articles. If you are going to promote it using email, you need a sign-in (squeeze) page. And on and on. Uhhh! Don’t despair; things are not ... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 380

11. The Best Affiliate Products
August 16, 2007


As an article marketing specialist, I do a lot of research reading other peoples articles. Recently I’ve seen a number of affiliate sales articles that I found a little disturbing. They suggested that you should seek out the affiliate products with the highest commission and recommend them to your customers. I retired after twenty-two years as a financial adviser and I can say this is absolutely WRONG! Venders who recommend the highest commission products without regard to quality will sometimes prosper in the short term, but they will seldom survive in their business over the long-term.... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 367

12. Top 10 ways to Substantially Increase Your Opt-In Numbers
August 15, 2007


Are you using a list to grow your article business? It is an important part of your long-term success. Having a good list can double the amount of income you generate over time. For that reason, it is important to maximize the number of visitors who subscribe to your list. In order to achieve this, you need a good opt-in (squeeze) page. A squeeze page is a web page where visitors sign into your list. The better your squeeze page, the higher your opt-in percentages. Following, in reverse order, are the top 10 ways to substantially increase your opt-in numbers: 10) The first link in al... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 399

13. How to Increase Your Article Page Views
August 15, 2007


Are your articles getting as many page views as they deserve? Are we submitting our work to the best sites for the niches we write for? Many of us who write articles tend to be a little lazy when it comes to submitting our work. We submit articles to the same sites over and over because we’ve always used those sites. Or maybe we read somewhere that the sites we use are the best out there. Do a little research and take a fresh look at your submission sites; you might see a substantial increase in your page views. If you are writing less than five articles each day, you should submit them t... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 334

14. 7 Steps to Increase Your Article's Click Through Rate
August 14, 2007


Some people write articles for the shear fun of it. They include no links or contact information. Most us, though, write for different reasons. We write with a specific purpose in mind. Some write to increase traffic to a website and others write to generate income. In both of these cases, writers want to generate as many URL clicks as possible. Some of my articles generate as many as twenty-five clicks on one site over the course of a week. If you multiply that times thirty or forty submission sites, it really adds up! What are the characteristics that can increase an article’s click th... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 406

15. Display your Package Proudly for Success
August 13, 2007


I laugh when people tell me that article marketing doesn’t really work. Typically, those individuals didn’t make money or get substantial traffic with their articles. I try to explain that article marketing is like any other business. The amount of success that you achieve is directly related to the amount of work that you do. If you do a minimal amount of work, you will see a minimal amount of success! If you do a great deal of work, you’ll have a great deal of success. Why do I think that article marketing is here to stay? There were 2.6 million websites in 1998. By the year 2000, that... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 374

16. Write small Articles - Achieve Great Wealth
August 12, 2007


I’ve written previously on similar subjects and I always get questions or comments. Many people say that although they wrote a number of articles, they didn’t make any real money. The problem for those people is the fact that they quit writing too soon. It is impossible to achieve great wealth by submitting five articles to three submission sites! Given those numbers, I can almost assure you that you will not make any money. It was not until my twentieth article that I made my first penny. My second sale came on my thirtieth article. I began to see consistent business come in after two h... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 353

17. 4 Steps to Writing Great Articles
August 11, 2007


What is it that makes an article great? Greatness is in the eye of the beholder. In my opinion, a great article is one that achieves massive amounts of page views, lots of URL clicks, and produces a large volume of traffic to my website. That, in my opinion, is a great article. More importantly, how do you create a great article? Or how do you create lots of great articles? In my experience, all great articles have 4 things in common. 1) Great articles have a really good title that attracts readers. The title represents your advertisement for the article. A good title almost co... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 344

18. Affiliate Programs - Starting With Profits
August 10, 2007


Marketing an affiliate program is an ideal business. There is no physical product to handle so you don’t need carry a supply of the product you sell. Therefore, your inventory costs are zero! You don’t have the hassles of dealing with the public. The merchant deals with all customer issues such as, inquiries, fulfillment (mailing out product), and refunds. And last, but not least, you are not tied down. My articles, websites, blogs, ads, and banners continue to work just as hard regardless of whether I’m at my computer or on vacation. So, what exactly is an affiliate program? An affili... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 341

19. Make Money from the Explosive Growth of the Internet by Writing Articles
August 09, 2007


On a regular basis, millions of us dutifully send payments to companies that host our websites. Given the growth that the Internet has experienced, it is no wonder that many of these companies have flourished. According to published research, there were 2.6 million websites in 1998. By the year 2000, this figure had almost tripled to 7.1 million sites. By 2006, the most recent figures I could find, there were about 2 billion websites in existence. That is 280 times the number of websites that existed in the year 2000. Wow! And one thing is clear; there will almost certainly be more websi... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 3520

20. Secret Steps to Increasing Your Article Page Views
August 08, 2007


Because I write a lot of articles, I do quite a bit of research. I try to read as much as I can in the field of article marketing because it is how I make my living. I’m also very good about keeping records. I take notes on articles and keep records on how my articles perform. Each day, I log the page views, number of Ezines published, and URL clicks. By keeping track of these details, I can see which articles are working for me and which ones are not. The quality of an article really has little to do with the number of page views generated. It is the title that initially draws in your r... (read more)

Author: Jo Mark | Article Views: 368

 



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