Combine The Info From A
Powerful Research Tool With
Article Marketing To Dominate
All Search Engine Rankings
The post is a continuation from yesterday where I detailed the benefits contained in an extremely informative free video from Internet marketing guru, Jeff Johnson.
You can tell which text links and banner ads get the most clicks, and make the most money in Comission Junction’s affiliate program, by using its free research tool:
You are going to integrate the valuable information gained from Comission Junction’s research tool into article marketing.
By the way, many people assume the public will find articles online by going to an article directory and doing a search.
On the contrary, most of your articles will be found by the public through a routine search from the major search engines.
Therefore, if you know what keywords are used in the most productive text link ads, you can write articles with those keywords in the title and with those keywords used throughout the article.
You are also looking for keywords used in the most clicked on banner ads at Comission Junction.
The highly ranked articles you write and promote will lead to (in the text or resource box, whichever is more appropriate):
Since getting your articles distributed can be very time consuming, I highly recommend the article distribution service I use:
Finally, you must promote the articles you write in two steps:
(1) Enclose your article title in quotes and do a search on Google.
(2) Promote the highest ranking url where your article appears in Google’s ranking by creating backlinks with appropriate keyword anchor text all over the Internet.
(Create backlinks to your article url through appropriate comments)
The vastly increased targeted traffic from your articles should lead to a very fat bank account.
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