A Free Method Of Driving Traffic To Your Websites

 
 
Copyright © 2005 John Woon

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Many successful Internet marketers have found out that one of the best ways to drive traffic to their websites is by writing articles. Getting their own articles written, distributed and published on the Internet is one of the very best Internet marketing techniques in existence.

An author of a good article usually becomes an instant authority because visitors could obtain some useful information from it to help them in their own business. As a result, it is very likely that they would click the link in your article resource box to visit your website to get more information. Also, the chances of them signing up with you in one of your recommended business opportunities or buy one of your recommended products would be greatly enhanced.

Some marketers might decide to write their own articles if they have the ability to do so while others might choose to join an article cooperative to get access to private label articles or hire someone to write articles for them.

 





There are three possible routes opened to Internet marketers:

1) Conduct Own Research and Write Your Own Articles.
Those who choose to write their own articles enjoy the advantage that it is "free" and it would give them a sense of pride in accomplishment. There are a wide range of subjects to write about but it is advisable to stick to those relevant to the current businesses the writers are involved in. The disadvantage is that it could be time consuming to conduct some basic research work.

2) Join An Article Cooperative to Get Pre-written Articles.
Hundreds of pre-written articles could be obtained for free or a small fee. From these you could choose those discussing subjects related to the content of your website. These are commonly known as the "Private label articles" which you have full permission to use and also add your own name and article resource box to the article as the author.

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