If you want more than one or two hits a day from the search engines, you know the value of relevant incoming links. Those links work to build the reputation of your site and beef up your site in the search engine rankings.
One of the most effective methods of building one-way incoming links continues to be article marketing.
There are 2 primary distribution outlets for those articles… article directories and peer-related websites. Peer-related sites are those sites in your topical area that aren’t just hosting articles… they have their own revenue model and are actively seeking to increase their traffic the same as you.
Given that peer-related sites are performing their own link-building campaigns and are focusing these efforts on a particular topical area, these incoming links almost always bring more value than those from article directories.
Yet only the top 2% of article marketers actively attempt to get their articles (and incoming links) from these peer-related sites.
It is a pain in the butt! Article directories make it easy to add your article. But getting your articles published on peer-related sites involves emailing the webmaster and hoping they will oblige.
I created the Content Spooling Network for the other 98% of article marketers who simply don’t have the time or motivation to contact hundreds of peer-related sites with the article publication request.
Starting Tuesday, February 20th, it will all be automated.
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