8 Article Marketing Tips For Beginners In Micro Niches

by BJ on June 26, 2009

Have you submitted articles and had them
turned down? Today we will look at eight
tips that will help you get your articles

(1) Never allow yourself to think that
you've run out of ideas. Instead, have
the opposite thought: that there are more
ideas than you could possibly write about.
I heard someone saying recently (with
regard to Ezine Articles) that everything
that could possibly be written about has
already been written about. Nonsense!
The Internet is evolving so fast that even
if you wrote a new Article every day,
you still couldn't keep up.

(2) The Golden Rule of Five. Keep your
Article titles short – no more than five
words. Ezine Editors love short titles
(they fit into the subject field of an

(3) Keep your paragraphs short – no more
than 3 sentences. It's much harder to
read a computer screen than a printed page
– so make it easy for your readers.

(4) Make sure your Article flows properly.
The easiest way to do this is to write
down the opening and closing sentences of
each of your paragraphs, then read what you
have. If it makes sense and moves along
nicely, you have an Article that is well
organized and flows properly.

(5) Include a word count at the top of your
This makes it easy for an Ezine Editor to
make a quick decision on whether to use your
Article. It also shows you've been thorough
in preparing your Article for publication.

(6) Check all the links in your Article
before submitting it. Then include a note
that says: ‘All the links in this Article
were checked and verified on (date)'. Again,
this saves time for the Ezine Editor
and demonstrates that you've been thorough.

(7) Offer a Free Report in your Resource
Box. When someone reads your Article in
an Ezine, they probably won't be connected
to the Internet. So the challenge is this:
to offer something so interesting and
exciting that they'll fire up their modem
and visit your website. The best way to do
that is to offer a Free Report.

(8) Put all your Articles on autoresponders
and then create another autoresponder that
lists all your Articles, with an autoresponder
address for each Article
(e.g.: all-articles@yourdomain.com). When
you submit your Article to a List or to an
Article Archive, always include a note that
says: “For a complete list of Articles by
this author please send a blank email to:

Remember – Ezine Articles are probably the
fastest way there is of building your presence
on the Web and getting your message in front
of a targeted audience.

If you would like to get all the detailed
step-by-step tips on internet marketing so that
you can dominate micro-niches like I do,
order the “Dictator Method” Course now:
=> http://www.DictatorMethod.com

To your success,

BJ Min

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