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What do I use in order to submit free content? (articles)

ruttandavid8
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What do I use in order to submit free content? (articles)

Hello fellow affilio blueprint members.

I am currently at the stage of my affilio blueprint training course where I will begin to write free content for my website. Mark never specified where to and what to use in order to write articles. If anyone has any suggestions, it is greatly appreciated.

Kind regards. -Dave
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jay3
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ruttandavid8 wrote:Hello fellow affilio blueprint members.

I am currently at the stage of my affilio blueprint training course where I will begin to write free content for my website. Mark never specified where to and what to use in order to write articles. If anyone has any suggestions, it is greatly appreciated.

Kind regards. -Dave


Hey Dave,

Different ways of tackling the problem.


A) Doing It Yourself:

1) When i first started, i wrote the articles myself (and still do for larger projects). After you've created the article you'll want to create a spintax form for that article, so that you can reuse the article.

2) Once you have the article spun, you can use free tools like spinnertools.com to unspin the spintax for use for article submissions.

3) Do a search for "high ranking pr article sites" and you'll find a site called vretoolbars:
http://www.vretoolbar.com/articles/directories.php

So what you want to do is submit your unspun articles (under different pennames) to those articles.

B) Outsourcing It:
Same as doing it yourself but where you outsource all the steps outlined above in A)

Also once you can afford it, i'd invest in a service called UAW (Unique Article Wizard).

Never got round, to doing a review for them but that's what i currently use to take my spintax and put the unspinning and syndication on auto-pilot :)

Hope that helped somewhat.
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cecille.l
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Hi Dave,

There first topics here in Content Creation discuss how to write content for your site. We also have lessons in Content Creation that can help you get started.

You can outsource the article-writing side, but I suggest you try it doing it on your own first. This gives you an idea of how to go about writing an article so that when you do outsource it, you know what the task entails.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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maryt
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The above suggestions are great. I agree that you can choose to outsource your content. However, if you can write, then it is best to write your own content. This way you will get what you really wanted and at the same time, you cut costs.

Mary
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