Kammies Thoughts on Branding with Articles

EzineArticles expert Kammie Kobyleski recently wrote a blog entry that got our attention called: “Writing for WOM & Branding the Croc Hunter Way

Here’s an excerpt from it:

“Thought about linking over to the ezinearticles.com website so you could see for yourself how advantageous it is to write about what you know, submit it to the database and let the universe work it’s magic. Meaning if you really are an expert in your field, people WILL find your articles and they WILL use them on their websites, on their blogs, in their e-zines and in their newsletters. You WILL begin getting sited across the blogosphere and beyond as a “go to” person for your business/product/service.

So I was gonna say, get busy writing. Get your fingers tapping on those keys and churn out a few simple, but sassy articles on what it is that YOU’RE an expert at. Knit mittens for kitties? Cool. Write about that. Sell the latest and greatest widget or wadget? Awesome! Are you the next big techno-savvy small business consultant that the rest of us just can’t live without?

Right on! Then sit your happy ass down, put your creative hat on, and start hunting and pecking. Because this method of WOM really works. The features and author tracking tools are awesome….”

We couldn’t have said it better Kammie… :)


Kammie K. writes:

Hey Chris,

Glad you dig the article. It’s ALL true…I gained maximum exposure with minimum effort. As a new business owner and solopreneuer, I couldn’t have found a better way to start getting the word out!

I’m just so busy blogging these days I need to find more time to post a few more articles. I’m heading for platinum status soon!

Kammie K.

Comment provided October 3, 2006 at 9:17 AM


Vishnu writes:

Hey Chris, I’m working in an article publishing company(http://www.merinews.com) related to issues written by citizen journalist, does this strategy work for us!

Comment provided October 4, 2006 at 6:41 AM




We’re not citizen journalist friendly here on purpose and prefer authors who have a profit motive vs. a political agenda.

If you wanted to use article syndication to grow your traffic, I’d recommend that you take 10-25% of your articles that are POSITIVE in attitude, non-libelous, non-hateful, non-religious and non-violence related and put them into syndication as a test.

Comment provided October 4, 2006 at 8:43 AM


Vishnu writes:

Thanks for your advice, but how can I syndicate articles.

Comment provided October 4, 2006 at 9:30 AM




To “Syndicate” means to distribute or SUBMIT your articles to place like us:

Be sure to read this first before submitting:

Comment provided October 4, 2006 at 9:40 AM


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