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Is one article with EZineArticles enough

dsedov
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Is one article with EZineArticles enough

Well I figured if I submit more then one article on ezinearticles.com targeting the same website, it will still be links coming from one domain, or am I thinking wrong?
Maybe it would be good idea to submit article for each "sub-page" on my website?
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jpastorizo
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The main purpose of submitting to EZA is not really for backlink purposes. EZA is the top article directory and there are a lot of people going there to read quality articles. You submit an article to EZA to get targeted traffic to your site. That's it. Getting a backlink is just a bonus. =)
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cterao
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Yeah, if you're looking for backlinks, you'll have to submit a lot of articles. Personally I manually submit one article for each page in my website to about 15 - 20 article directories (in addition to AMA, web 2.0 sites, etc.).
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In fact, you should use EZA for both: getting traffic (first), and then, for backlinks.

I've made thousands of dollars from EZA alone.

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