Article Submission Versus Hosted Marketing Pages: An Internet Marketing Comparison
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  • 1. Article Submission Versus Hosted Marketing Pages: An Internet Marketing Comparison
  • 2. The quest for high search engine rankings (and the traffic that comes along with them) has spawned some new search engine optimization techniques of late, two of them being article submission and hosted marketing pages. Although these techniques are similar in appearance, each has advantages and disadvantages. Before we delve into the heart of the issue, a couple of definitions are in order for newcomers to the internet marketing realm.
  • 3. A hosted marketing page is a cross between purchasing aone way link from a website and submitting an article to a directory. The website in question allows you to purchasea complete page from their site along with a professionallywritten article that has multiple one-way links to your site.
  • 4. The main advantages to both techniques are the SEO- friendly links. Whether you submit your article to a directory or purchase a hosted marketing page, you will get one-way links pointing to your site. Because searchengines love one-way links, your website will undoubtedly receive a boost in your search engine ranking. But, thebiggest boost will come from links using keywords relevant to your site coming from pages written about a subject relevant to your site.
  • 5. The disadvantages are pretty obvious. Writing and submitting articles, although free, can consume a considerable amount of time, especially if you are not comfortable writing professionally. On the other hand,purchasing a professionally written hosted marketing pagecan be very expensive. You should be prepared to shell outanywhere from fifty dollars to several hundred dollars per month, depending on the popularity of the site.
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