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How To Write A Profit Pulling Article

Having an article published is one of the fastest and easiest ways to build your credibility as an industry expert. At the end of the each article you are given the opportunity to gain free exposure for your online business or affiliate program. As more and more people realize the true power of having your article published, the Internet has become saturated with them. Everywhere you turn there are plenty of articles to choose from, making it tougher to get yours noticed, let alone read. If you can't get your article noticed, then it won't be read, therefore, no free exposure or profits. But getting your article noticed is only the beginning, you also need to hold your reader's attention with good quality content. In this article we are going to go over the key elements of writing a successful article and how to get them noticed. We will also go over how to turn an article into an unstoppable profit generator, even if you don't have your own product or service. That'

Single Topic vs. Multi-Topic Blog

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2. The SEO of your multi-niche blog will be tough. Search engine optimization, particularly for a blog that is created and maintained as a source of income, is very important. To maintain good SEO, your blog should have a single focus. Here’s why: Let’s say you operate a search engine like Google, and you have to rank a blog for a topic like “how to take the best photo in daylight”.  You have a choice between the following blogs: A blog which is dedicated to photography tips. A blog which contains posts about religion, photography, and dog care. You would probably select the first blog, as it is likely to offer more quality content (because it is a blog dedicated specifically to the topic of photography), and there’s a higher chance that it will offer a  better user experience. The face of search engine optimization is changing, and search engines like Google are ranking blogs based on  brand  and  authority . A single-topic blog has a better chance of creating a position of authority