It's not enough to just sit around and expect that your
articles will bring you a good amount of traffic right after
you submitted your articles for distribution.
Might as well think of some factors? Is your article worthy to
be reprinted? Do the content and title ring a bell to most
webmasters and publishers?
Questions like these are just some of the many factors that
could greatly affect your article distribution results.
Some basic factors are:
1. Topic of your article?
Submitting your article to article sites and article
announcement groups totally depends on the topic of your
article, not all of these sites and groups accept general topic
articles. Some groups (aprox. 30%) are niche or
content-specific, meaning they only accept articles under
specific topics, e.g. aainet group - accepts only internet
2. Your content
Submission sites are just tools, never think of them as an
assurance that once your articles are distributed they are sure
to bring you back big results. Article announcement groups and
sites are just there to display your articles for readers (Who
might be interested with your articles) and for publishers to
pick your articles and reprint them in their site or ezine.
Thus, getting greater results totally depends on your article,
how interesting it is to readers and how it gets the
publisher's attention/interest to make them publish it.
My advice, do not just write an article for the sake of
distributing it and hoping to get traffic out of it. Write an
article that will surely give you results after using the
article distribution services and sites as tools for
About the Author: Glenn invites you to submit your article at
iSnare.com and check http://www.isnare.com/distribution.php