• Do you want more website traffic?

  • Is your website a great lead conversion tool?

  • What do your your customers 'search' for to find you online?

  • Why does Google show your competitors website before yours?

  • Where should your website traffic come from and why?

  • Just how much new traffic is ready waiting for you?

  • What "WORDS" (Keyword phrases) on your website are important?


Written by Kaylene Moore on Thursday, 07 February 2013. Posted in General

Step 1: Write a short article

You need content that you can submit to other websites. Start with a well written article that contains 300-500 words. Focus on a single topic and target a specific keyword in the article.

Start by submitting that article to article directories. Here are some tips for writing good articles:

  • Make the article headline as catchy as possible. Articles that contain "How to" or numbers ("10 things that...") usually work well.
  • Start with a short introduction. Explain the problem that you will discuss in your article.
  • Discuss several solutions to the problem in the body of the article. Keep the paragraphs short. If possible, use bullets and sub-headings.
  • End your article with a brief summary and with a call to action.

Step 2: Convert the article into a press release

If your article focuses on a single topic, it is relatively easy to rework it as a press release. Press releases have a specific format. If you want to get maximum distribution, your press release should have the correct format. Submit your press release to press release sites.

Step 3: Convert the article into a step-by-step tutorial

As explained in step 1, your article should offer a solution to a certain problem. If you article isn't already a "How to" article, rewrite it so that you can submit it to tutorial sites.

Step 4: Convert the article into Powerpoint presentation

It's not difficult to convert a how-to article into a Powerpoint presentation. Describe the problem on the first presentation slide and different solutions on the following slides. If you don't have Powerpoint, use the presentation tool in OpenOffice (see step 7). Submit the presentation to slides and presentation sites.

Step 5: Convert the Powerpoint presentation into a video

Use a screen recording tool and record the screen as you talk and click through your presentation. Submit the recorded video to video directories.

Step 6: Convert the article into a video

Another way to create a video is to record yourself reading the article aloud (of course, it should look like you're speaking freely). You can record the video with any web cam or any digital camera. Submit the recorded video to video directories.

Step 7: Convert the article into a PDF file

The free OpenOffice office software suite enables you to save any file quickly as a PDF file (File > Export as > PDF). If your PDF file has enough pages, you can submit it to eBook sites.

Step 8: Convert the article into a podcast

Converting your article into a podcast is easy. Just read your article aloud and record your voice with an audio tool. Then submit the file to podcast directories.

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