Article marketing is not dead; it’s just different.

The days in which you could write a hundred cheap articles and submit them to free directories are long gone. Google is smarter than that and those links are basically worthless now. However, that doesn’t mean article marketing is dead. In fact, article marketing is still an awesome way to build links and get your name out there.

Now days high quality content and SEO go hand in hand, so it should be no surprise that a tool that makes it easy to publish content can be an SEO monster. You may be asking yourself, “Why would I want that?” If you are asking yourself that you probably also wonder why you would want to live long and prosper (2 points for a Star Trek reference). The advantages of SEO should be fairly obvious, more targeted traffic with out the high cost of traditional and online advertising.

After some careful consideration and meditation, you’ve decided to join the bandwagon of thousands and launch your blog. You’ve taken the time to come up with a catchy name, figured out your focus, and even picked a design that feels as fierce as your personality! Congratulations. Now, there’s just one problem confronting you—one that befuddles many bloggers