How do I write more articles that get accepted to google and bring me more traffic?
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Most submitted articles will get checked and filed by search engines. But unless you rank on page one or two of the results you will receive very little traffic to the article.
If you want to show up on page one on search engines like Google you have to decide what keywords, or keyword phrases you wish to rank for. Keyword phrases of three or four words are easier to rank for then single words. Use your keyword phrase in your title, once in first paragraph and last paragraph, and three of four times in the body of your article. If the competition isn't too stiff you should be on the first page of Google for that keyword phrase within 4 to 6 weeks.
Use keyword rich titles or have a look at google trends to see what people are looking for.
Think of an interesting topic then search for keywords that you can use in the content of your article. Always remember to personalize your content/article so that your work will be unique compared to other write ups.
Use Best Quality rather than Quntity. Follow this rule. Not only google but all search engine will accept this logic.
Niche Profit Classroom will teach you how. Google those 3 words for more information. They helped me.
One other tip is to use longer keyword phrases that people may type into Google looking for help on a topic
I wish there was an easy way to be successful with article writing... I wish, I could tell you - do this and this and you'll succeed. But it's way more complicated. There are certain guidelines you can follow for starters, but you would need to gain your own experience as you go.
To learn all the ins and outs of artyicle writing will take countless hours of digging and researching. Then testing all that you've learned. Try and find reputable sources to learn from so you won't get mislead. Check people's reputation online before you follow their advice.
As a rule of thumb, try and pick 3-4 wrods key phrases for your articles. Put them in the title of your article, sprinkle them in the body (don't overdo it!) and at the end of the article. Google and other search engines will pick them up fairly quickly. It takes google about few hours after my articles go live to show up in SERP.
Post your articles on high PR article directories. Searchwarp is one of the greatest in my opinion.
Don't pick high competition key phrases. Aim for under 5000 for a search phrase in quotes. To me the hardest part is finding such low competition key phrases but still with decent amount of searches. If you can try and combine few of closely related key phrases in one article. This way you can scoop up more traffic with one article.
A great indication of traffic volume would be AdWords on your search result pages. The more AdWord ads the higher traffic volume. It's not always the case though, just a main guideline.
As a conclusion I'd like to stress again, nothing can replace your own experience. So just sit down and start writing! Don't get discouraged if you won't succeed right away. Keep pushing, learn from your mistakes and before you know it, you'll be an expert atricle writer!
Wishing you all the best,
Read the articles Bruce has recently written on which articles attract readers.
Writing articles that get accpeted by google is not the key. I think you mean how to write more articles that get accepted into article directories and ranked in a high position at google. Correct me if I'm wrong though. Here's how to go about killing two birds with one stone:
Step 1: The very first thing you need to do is do your research of your market. Say you like dog training. So you would type dog training + forum in the google search tool. When you come across forums, read what people are asking in the forum. See what are the most popular categories. That will give you an idea as to what keywords and topics people are wanting to know about.
Step2: Then you want to do keyword research. Take some of the main topics/words you found in your forum and put them in your favorite keyword tool (I love Google Keyword tool - it's free and it's excellent).
Step 3: You want to make sure the volume search on a monthly basis is at least 1,500.
Step 4: Check out the competing pages. That means, go into google and type the phrase in quotes, i.e., "dog training". Look up in the right upper hand corner and the number in quotes will tell you how many pages you are competing with for that phrase. You want to aim no higher than 5,000. Ideally, the lower the better. So if you found a phrase that gets a lot of traffic but when you put it in quotes you get "1,000,000" that's way too much competion. But if you get "600" or anywhere up to "5,000" it's good pickings.
Step 5: Make sure your title is interesting and uses the keyword phrase you've chosen - use the keyword at the front of your title. Make sure the title answers a question or solves a problem. Remember, you're not selling, you're trying to solve a problem.
Write your article using the keyword once per every 100 words. This way your article sounds natural. Aim for a 1% to 4% keyword density. So for a 500 word article, aim to have that keyword in it about 5-6 six times. But don't put the keyword in there just to make the quota. It needs to make sense but at the same time, you need the keyword so that the search engine can find it.
Step 6: Proofread your article. Typos take away from your credibility as an expert author.
Step 7. Submit your article to an article directory that has a high PR (page rank) like Squidoo, Ezine Articles, Hubpages, GoArticles.... but only submit one article to the directory. You don't want to have duplicate content. So for instance, if you write one article, just pick one of those directories to submit it to - don't send the same article to each.
And that's the key to getting your articles accepted in directories and getting high page rank on google. Hope that helps.
Clever use of key phrases for search engines.
Catchy titles, with different variations.
The first para is key to showing that you plan to stick to the catchy title in your article and not disappointingly veer off as many writers do.
Total Answers: 11, Total Page Views: 1,056.1) You need to choose what to write about. Choose a niche and see how profitable, demanded and supplied it is. A good way to do that is check in google and yahoo the specific phrase of keyword you want to write about.
2) Every time you create content, use you specific keywords along the text of the article. Don't over use, just make it sound natural.
2) Submitt articles to article submission pages such as Searchwarp and others.
3) Proof read your article, then make other people read your article so that there's no typos or mistakes.
4) Submit article to directories and article submission pages.
5) Place good inbound links in your site.
6) Promote in social media.
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