Sunday, June 15, 2008

How To Get More Traffic From E-zineartilces?

Do you know about ezinearticles.com? It is nothing but a perfect article directory which gives more exposure to your site. Today I am going to expose a simple tip how to get more traffic from e-zinearticles.com. If you are able to maintain your article at the top of the article list in the prescribed category, then you can get more number of visitors.

How to Get Top Article List?

Last week I submitted an article on Wednesday- an article about Health- a good information with a product info. It was accepted Friday around 4.45pm EST. Ezinearticles.com quits approving articles at 5pm, SO MY ARTICLE stayed in the top list till next day morning 9am. Within that period I got I had 500 views, over 200 clicks, and at LEAST five sales.

In addition to more number of unique visitors, I gained additional exposure to publishers who have published my article, which further increased my unique visitors.

Although I know this is not easy to predict the time of approval, try to get approved towards the end of the day. You will be at the top of the results overnight if your article get published within last hour of any day, preferably on the weekend to get better results.

This is not going to help the basic authors, where their article will get published after couple of days. But the platinum authors article would be published within 30 minutes. So they can predict the time of publishing- preferably Friday 4.45 pm EST.

Hope this will help you to get more exposure to your article in ezinearticles.com.

1 comment:

mktgmark said...

Great post!

I use EzineArticles.com all the time, but had never thought about the timing of the submission. Article submission is one of the best online advertising methods around in my opinion.

If you saved up articles that you wrote all week and only submitted them on Wednesday, you could be at the top of several categories for that extended time frame. If they were all in one category, you could also conceivably be the first 3, 5, or 10 articles listed for that time.

Nice strategy!