You have probably heard people say that article marketing is dead.

It isn’t!

People, who claim that, have never used article marketing the right
way, you see.

They have been doing “article directory marketing”, which is sending
lots of traffic to the article directories, instead of to their own
site or blog.

So forget about the Google Panda scare.

Here’s how you can generate traffic using article marketing:

1: Write longer articles – aim at 600 – 1200 words.

2: Give it your best – fill the article with valuable content.

If you struggle with writing 400 words in an article at this point,
you might ask:

“How in the world will I ever arrive at 600 words? Or more?”

Crazy, right?

You’ll be surprised how easy it is, though, when you start out with
a different aim – giving the best quality, you can.

If your goal was to produce articles, which would make your readers
click at the link in your resource box and buy the product, you were
promoting, yes, then it’s hard to write small 400 word articles.

With a different point of view, you’ll be amazed to find yourself
plotting out long, content rich articles in no time.

At this moment, you might be wondering:

“Why? Why should I write longer articles and give away valuable

To understand the answer, you have to go back to the basic definition
of an article directory.

Article directories are here – not just to show your article and make
money themselves through ads – but to be a middleman between writers
and ezine owners.

In other words: Your goal with your articles should be to get them

If ONE big list owner picks up your article, you can look forward to
thousands of incoming readers.

Believe me, this is much better than earning a click now and then,
directly from the article directory.

The really successful article marketers all agree on this one:

The best way to generate traffic using article marketing is to write
with the sole goal of getting your article picked up and syndicated.

Joshua Shoemaker

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