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Do you submit your review and author aricles to directories?

kurt
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Do you submit your review and author aricles to directories?

When you sumbit articles to directories do you ever submit your review articles also or are those just for your website. And what about articles that are about the author of the product you're promoting? Do you submit those to directories?

I was thinking it would be best to just keep those articles on my website and just submit all my other articles to directories. What do you all think?

I am going to rewrite the articles that I submit of course.
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cterao
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I don't submit them to directories.

To me it seems too "promotional" and not really what directories want anyway.
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I have been submitting all of my articles whether they are product review or subject articles to blogs and article directories. I have wanted to build as many links as I can to all of the published website pages.

The article reviews I publish are not simple product promotion articles but a general simplistic review of their site. I have had no difficulty in getting the reviews published.

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chris72
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I used to and then thought about it from the reader perspective. If you were reading a review of a program and clicked on a link in a directory that sent you to the same review just written slightly differently would you feel annoyed? I probably would.

Now I just post the reviews on my site and link relevant content back to these review pages.
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kurt
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Yes that's exactly what I was thinking. It seems to promotional. I myself probably won't click through anyones link if their article seemed to promotional. I would be thinking "ah they just want my money".

I'll just summit other articles instead that can link back to my site.

thanks guys
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I generally dont syndicate the same content that I use on my site anyway. i use original articles on my site, and write unique articles relevant to the articles I am linking to. If you set up your site structure properly, you will be able to always do 1 link to an article on your site and a second link to a relevant product review.
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cecille.l
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I don't submit my product / author reviews to article directories. This used to work before, but article directories these days prefer original content that is not "promotional" in any way, and product/author reviews tend to be exactly that. I prefer to submit an original article then link back to relevant product/author review in my site.
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