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The Write Way to Market

By Nicholas Dixon
Posted Friday, July 2, 2004

The internet has always being fuelled by an adrenaline rush of information. All this content means more traffic for webmasters and this is the lifeline of any website.

Many of the newbies that are being exposed to the internet on a daily basis have dreams of running a website and making it successful. For some, this is a grueling task and leaves them short-winded trying to do so.

There are numerous marketing techniques that can be used to generate traffic on a regular basis. Out of all of them I have tried, writing seems to work the best.

Writing articles for ezines, newsletters, websites and forums in addition to using other marketing strategies helps in keeping your website visible.

The internet has turned out to be a publisher's paradise. Never before has the chance to publish your ideas and insights been this easy. In some cases all it costs is some of your time.

You can write an article this morning and have it published in the evening. Not so with print publications, I doubt I would ever get published in one. And it is available to anyone for the taking.

As with most skills, it takes practice to produce the best results. When I look back at some of my earlier articles, I have to laugh. But it is all part of the learning process.

Writing was once a secret weapon for many marketers, but now it has been thrown in the open and is now being used by many people. It has work wonders for me since I started doing it. My articles have appeared in ezines, newsletters and on websites with varying degrees of success.

Today writing is the best traffic generating method for many webmasters. I was skeptical when I first heard about it but I tried it and it worked. Just think of having your weblink in your ezine and website and other publishers having it in theirs.

It may not be the rush hour traffic that you are seeking but it is certainly not a drive through the countryside.

Copyright © Nicholas Dixon

About the Author
Nicholas Dixon is the editor and publisher of The Roc Newsletter. Visit our website ( and subscribe to receive resources and articles to help you achieve success.


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