How to Tell If an SEO Article Service Will Really Deliver Long Term Results

Why use an article service to create custom SEO articles rather than writing them yourself? What are the benefits of using a professional SEO article service as far as your business is concerned? At first glance it may seem that paying someone to write articles on the topic of your business is illegally to get you very far, but you'd be wrong. At least, you'd be wrong if you looked at the top article writing services on the web. But be warned, there are more low quality article writers than high quality ones out there, and there's a world of difference between the two. So what are the benefits, and how can you spot an SEO article writing service that's likely to give you value for money, and results which will affect positively on your sales figures?

The first article services to avoid are advertising using PPC or Pay Per Click sponsored adverts. Why? Simple – if they can really deliver results, creating high quality SEO articles which will power their way to the top of the search engines results pages, then surely they should have their site listed at the top of the results pages without having to pay for it to be there? It's a little like a BMW salesman using a Mercedes to get about – it makes you question whether the goods he's selling are so wonderful if he does not use them himself. If an article writing service can not even get their own website to the top of the search results pages, then how are you expected to believe they'll be able to get your own business there?

Several article writing services I know of display screenshots of Google, apparently showing their website near the top of the search results for major keyword searches. This might look good, except that if you actually carry out that keyword search, their website does not appear anywhere! How did they manage that then? There are two methods – one misleading and one downright lie. The first method that use is to briefly boost their website so that it appears near the top of the search results pages, take a screenshot, and then forget it. It can sometimes be easy to get a website to briefly appear near the top of the results pages. A new website and a big rush of SEO articles can make a site pop to the top. The problem is that just hours later it starts to sink into oblivion. This is no good for your business. You need an article service which gives you long term results – getting your site to the top, and keeping it there.

The second way in which screenshots can mislead is if they have been completely falsified. It is perfectly easy to take a screenshot of the page one results for a keyword, then find your site languishing somewhere on page ninety nine, and use an image editing program to cut and paste your site so …

Top Reason To Buy A Website

If you have ever tried to start a new website in a new niche, you know that in order to start getting traffic to your site you have a long road ahead. You will need to do keyword research, review the competition, decide on a niche, register the domain, come up with a site concept, design the graphics, write optimized content, code the site, test, setup an autoresponder, develop a autoresponder messages , start writing articles, a blog, develop a link building strategy, run a pay-per-click program, purchase text links, submit to directories and then wait. All this work just to get no traffic or sales yet.

There is to be a better way, you search your keyphrases to see if you are showing up yet and you see the same sites over and over, but you do not see yours in the top 30-50 result. Since your site is brand new to all search engines, you have a long wait to really start showing up in search engines.

Now you have a website with no traffic, no sales, and a lot of you time put in to promoting a site that is not showing you a return. This is where tons of people start to get frustrated and think about giving up. I would too !!! You put all this time and energy into research, designing and developing just to have a long road ahead.

Realize that there are people just like you that have started long before you and have stayed in the game long enough to start seeing some results. They are showing up for the key phrases you want and have a small income. Here is something you probably do not realize, they may be tired and beat down. Tons of hard work and now they are seeing meager profits, just another disappointment.

Here is where you step in with the vision to take that site to a new level, your fresh perspective and new energy can easily take a site with little profits and triple, quadruple or maybe quintuple profits! You just need to convince them to sell or to find people that are looking to sell their site.

If they are making money, why would they sell?

Excellent question! Many people are just to frustrated and see selling as a way to cash in on their hard work. It is really a win / win situation, you break into a niche without the frustration of a startup site, and the seller gets paid for their hard work.

You suddenly jump to a level where you already have traffic to the site, you are making some money and you just have to improve the site. Carry the momentum that has already been building and keep it moving forward.

It is much easier to push a car with no gas once it is already rolling, than it is to push it from a dead stop. …

Internet Marketing Vs Traditional Marketing – Can I Abandon Traditional Marketing?

This is a common question raised by novices in Internet marketing. Actually, it reflects a misunderstanding of the whole concept of Internet marketing. Because of its reliably novel stage, there is a mystique attached to the concept by newcomers and so the question: If I go for Internet marketing, should I abandon traditional marketing (as if one should now exclude the other)?

My simple answer is – why would you? Internet marketing and traditional marketing should complement each other. The Internet simply allows you to extend your reach beyond the current confines of your traditional marketing system such that areas in the world that were previously beyond your reach can now be accessed through the Internet.

To better appreciate that, it would be helpful to know what Internet marketing actually is. In a nutshell, it means putting up a website where you can display the product or service you are selling, and then encouraging people to drop by your site so that you can have buyers or customers. Everything else you will encounter in Internet marketing, including what may initially appear to you as highfalutin terms – like search engine optimization, search engine submission, reciprocal linking, keyword research – are nothing more than part of Internet marketing strategies to bring people to your website so that you will have the chance of making a sale. Without people finding out your website, you will never succeed in Internet marketing.

To better visualize this, consider the example of putting up a store in the physical world. Your store is located in a vast empty prairie. How are you ever make any sale if there are no people around? No matter how good your products or services are, if you have no passers by, if people can not locate you, you're finished. You have a choice of absolutely shutting down the store – or start an aggressive marketing campaign so that people will get to know about the existence of your store. And if you are successful in enticing them, people may start flocking to you to patronize your merchandise. Your strategies may occasionally include distributing leaflets announcing your store, putting up giant air balloons where from a distance, people will spot you, advertising on mass media, an so on.

The same thing happens to a business website – your virtual store in the Internet. Much like that solitary store in the prairie, all business websites initially exist in a much much vaster cyberspace prairie where no one will find you unless you now adopt and implement the well known Internet marketing strategies. But here's the exciting part – the analogy between the physical store and the business website (your Internet store) ends when it comes to their probable reach for potential customers. In that example of a physical store, how far can you reach out physically to attract customers? Realistically, even with a massive advertising campaign, you will most likely attract only people who are living within your immediate locality. Maybe a …