A great way to build your popularity and to provide more content for your site is by using article writing.
It is quite a nice feeling to discover that someone had found your article and uses it. The only
problem here is, usually you are not being inform on the use of your articles??? That is why keeping
track of your article is very important.
Here are some guides for you to keep track of your articles published:
#1 Generate folders to put within your “favorites.”
This is easily done because every browser allows you to generate a folder where you can put your
favorite web sites. Maintaining folders related to your article marketing in your “favorites” is the
key if you intend to promote your business. Here, we will also have to generate a new folder called
“Articles Published.” Within that folder, you have to start generating other “sub” categories folders
for every ARTICLE that you have written and published. Make sure to give these folders a short and
easy to remember names so that you would be able to distinguish one from another later on.
Examples of folders :-
1 Tracking articles (Folder: Articles Tracked)
2 Articles (Folder: Articles Written)
3 Reward (Folder: Reward Publishers)
#2 Maintain the original title of your article:
I’ve noticed on some sites, they sometime modify the title of certain article simply to make it
looks like a different article. If you had done this, don’t worry nothing to be ashamed of, I’m sure
we’ve all thought of doing it, in fact, I am also guilty of it sometime.
From now on, let’s maintain and stick to the original title of the article written for consistency
and to enable you in locating your articles online easily.
#3 – Locate Your Articles:
This is a simple way for you to use in your search to locate your article online…
by using Goggles Toolbar.
Go to: http://www.google.com
Once you are at the search engine:-You type in the EXACT title of your article within the
google search. With “,” at both end of your title. By adding “,” at both end, the search engine
will narrow your search to the precise words that you have typed in between “,”.
Lets say you type “Articles Searched”, this search would give a better results than if you
were to search just using: Articles Searched without using the “,”. However, both methods can be
used if you want to.
After you have found the site that has published your article, add the page of your article to
the “favorites” then saved it in suitable folder that you have generated in your “favorites.”
Once you have done this to all your articles, you will find that it will be a lot easier for you to
keep up with your new articles in the future. What really you have done above is just a simple
act of indexing your articles.
Lastly, if you plan to reward the Publishers in using your articles, you will be able to do so easily,
since now you have them all indexed into separate categories.
I hope this will be of help to you.