"Automate your article submission process with this tool"

What are article directories? Article directories are websites where people can submit their articles into an article database. Search engines love article directories because new content is posted at these websites every day. Anybody can take articles from these article directories and put them on their websites. They have to make sure to include the bio with the article.

Tip: You should submit your articles to these article directories on a consistent basis.

There are thousands of article directory websites, but they are not all of the same quality. You would benefit more from submitting your articles to some directories over others. You want to submit to an article directory that has a high Google page rank.

Here are 9 excellent article directories you should submit your articles to:

1: http://www.ezinearticles.com

2: http://www.articledashboard.com

3: http://www.articlefever.com

4: http://www.buzzle.com

5: http://www.article99.com

6: http://www.articlefeeder.com

7: http://www.goarticles.com

8: http://www.ideamarketers.com

9: http://www.searchwarp.com

There is another way to get your articles submitted to thousands of these article directories with the click of a button. You can go to http://www.isnare.com and go to the “distribution” feature. Also try http://www.submityourarticle.com . They will automatically submit articles for you for a fee. This fee is worth it.

All the article directories will get you traffic, but the higher Google page rank directories normally get you the most traffic.

You can also use a great software program called Article Announcer. It is at http://www.articleannouncer.com .

Tip: You can also set up Google alerts. It is a software tool that is built inside Google. It will send you an alert for topics and words that you specify. For example, you can type in the headline of your article into Google Alerts. Any time your headline is found in Google then it will alert you that your article is picked up by a certain website. It will show you who posted your article and when they posted it.

Google Alerts are free to do. You can keep track of which websites and Blogs are picking up your articles. You want to do this to make sure that these people include your bio. You can contact the people that posted your article and offer to send them articles directly.

Warmest regards,

Matt Bacak

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