Brian Clark on Article Marketing

EzineArticles expert Brian Clark is a serial entrepreneur who makes his living thanks to the Internet and the written word. He’s not a copywriter for hire, but rather he literally bets his money on his writing every day.

Recently he wrote an article with Yaro on Building Traffic with Article Marketing that is worth a read. It’s a free 10-page report, and Ezine Articles is the only directory featured in it. :-) Nice.

Brian said, “I’ve been able to get great results in the search engines with as little as 20 articles, but the more you submit, the better your results. Volume is the simple secret behind successful article marketing, but most people simply do not make it over the hump.”

I completely agree. It’s almost unfair how easy it is to succeed with article marketing by just getting over the 10 or 20 article hump. Ask some of our top authors by submissions and they can crank out 10-20 a day with one eye open and their mouse hand tied behind their back.

What did you think of Brian and Yaro’s report?


Andrea Goodsaid writes:

Nice report!
I really appreciate the kick in the behind :)

Andrea (the five article wonder … lol)

Comment provided March 21, 2006 at 3:45 PM


Lance Winslow writes:

The report is okay? But how about something new? New fresh innovative ideas?

Comment provided March 22, 2006 at 12:39 PM


Dina writes:

Hi Brian,

Have you considered branding your strategies as “Brian Clarketing?”

(Just joking – nice job on the compilation. I like your writing style)

Lance, it may seem like old hat to you, but not to the new article marketer who just climbed aboard and has no idea what’s going on…

(I, too, market with articles)

Comment provided March 22, 2006 at 3:00 PM


Lance Winslow writes:

No you are right. But I want more. Something revolutionary, something that just blows away all the norms. Something so unique and so knew that everyone has to take a double take and say; Holly Sh_t, WOW! I am looking for something to blow my socks off. Something that just says; “Wow, why didn’t I think of that?”

We must challenge ourselves in the industry to find that new thing or several of them to literally blast this rocket ship to the moon. I just want more and of course as an impatient person I want it all and I want it now. That is all I am saying. Yes this is pretty good and borderline great what they have done. But I want more. More, more, more, gimee, gimee, gimee

Comment provided March 28, 2006 at 7:19 PM


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