In the previous installment of 3 Ways To Improve Your Article Submission Success, we discussed making a lot of quality articles, rather than going for a load of crap. Think of it as making your name (brand) by giving high quality nuggets that your readers will enjoy and feel good about sharing. You can keep them short and concise to give information that readers can take action on and experience success.
Once you have this quality content posted on your website, you can submit it to article sites to put those nuggets all over the web. But simply submitting your articles to article sites may not be enough. With the sheer volume of article submissions hitting the sharing sites daily, content is still struggling to be seen by the people who are looking for it. But don’t despair, we have the plan!
Turn some of your articles into videos and submit those to video sharing sites. This can be done in many ways, some are easy and some will cost you money to do. A video created from an article does not have to be a word for word recital of your article. The video can be the equivalent of one main point from your article. A good way to do that is to create a PowerPoint presentation of the main point and a few of the supporting points. PowerPoint presentations can have a soundtrack that you can record and they can be saved as a video file. If you want to create videos from your articles automatically, you can use a service like Article-Video-Robot.com for a small fee. No matter how you do it, you want to create at least one video per week if you write more than one article per week. Make sure you submit your videos to video sharing sites like YouTube and on Social Media sites like Instagram and Facebook.
In the next installment, we’ll discuss how to avoid having your content viewed as spam by the search engines!
Manually submitting these articles and videos may seem like tedious work, but in reality, if you are passionate about your subject matter, this is a labor of love. As experience has taught me, making content that people are interested in is more important to me than content that search engine robots are interested in.