Yup, looks like there’s been a Pagerank update on google over the weekend, the only problem is that I’m having a few days R & R in Poland with some friends, so I’ve not had chance to sit down and check out the results.
I’ll be back in the office soon and will let you know what I think as soon as I’ve had a chance to look at the results, from what I’ve seen so far they do look to be quite varied, and I’ve had a few emails from LGM members saying they’re pretty happy with the results on their sites…
Articles are one of the most useful tools available for making money online, you can even make money from articles without even having a website by simply reviewing and recommending affiliate programs, but that’s not all they’re useful for…
They can also be awesome for getting backlinks to your sites to increase your traffic and pagerank. The problem is that if you submit one article to multiple directories, you will end up with only one link being counted in Google because they are considered duplicate content.
I found a solution to this a while back from James Brausch, but it’s a pain in the @#$e to use. Last week I found a better solution that is a piece of cake to use.
This system will make sure each article directory that your article is submitted to has a unique version of the article, oh, and they do the submissions for you, and they also have a neat wordpress plugin that will allow you to have other peoples articles automatically added to your site.
I reckon it’s the best article submission service I’ve found yet, you can check it out here:
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