My most recent article submission
On March 20th I released an article to my favorite ezine publishers. The article first
ran as a "tip of the week" segment right here in my gazette. The article was
called "Delete or Investigate." It was about how to get your email messages read
instead of trashed.
The results from this particular article release?
Many publishers ran the article in their ezine and a few are printing it in their real
world magazine. My website traffic for the 2 weeks following the release was up by 20% and
my sales along with it. I also received over 250 new gazette subscribers each of these two
weeks - an increase
of about 35%. Many of these new subscribers will eventually become customers!
My rating on a scale from 1 to 5: (5)
This is my favorite online marketing method. Hey, I'm cheap, remember?
As the article runs in more ezines and magazines this year, more prospects will find my
website and ezine. Therefore, it's hard to measure the exact results, but let's just say
they were cost effective -- after all, I spent ZERO dollars!
Every month I now release one article that I feel would fit in well with other
publications. Anyone can use this online marketing method. It's simple, you write a short
article about your area of expertise and send it to ezine owners who publish related
material. As a publisher myself, I'm always happy to receive submissions from authors.
I hope my results have enlightened you. I know first-hand that anyone can make a living
online, even without a big budget. All it takes is effective marketing strategies and the
willingness to try different things.
And remember, the best things in life are sometimes free -- even in the high-tech world of
* Article by Jim Daniels of JDD Publishing. Jim's site has helped
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