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Three Reasons Why 97% Fail To Make A Single Dime With Article Marketing

Has it ever dawned on you why some people fail miserably getting any results with their article marketing efforts?

Maybe you’re (or was) one of those people looking for answers to questions you can’t answer on your own.

What I’m about to reveal in this article will give you the reality check you need to finally stand on your own two feet and take a stand against giving up on a marketing method I know works as one of the most stable marketing methods online. I hate to use the old clich√© but it’s truer than ever : “If I can do it, so can you”.

As the title says, there are three main reasons why marketers using articles as part of their marketing campaign fail to get it to work even after several tries. Let’s kick things off with…

Reason #1: The majority of marketers fail at making money or driving traffic with article marketing because…

they don’t give it the time and energy necessary to make it work in the first place.

The typical average article marketer writes 4 or 5 articles, submit maybe 2 or 3, and when they don’t see a response (if any) they walk out with the their tails between their legs convinced that “this article marketing thing doesn’t work”.

I put this as the number one reason because it is the most common reason why people give up on it.

Reason #2: They make it “too” complicated. I don’t want to suggest that article marketing is a piece of cake. It isn’t. You don’t need to understand why the sky is blue or why the sun sets in the west. You just need to understand the concept — you or someone you hire write articles, and “market” them to get a specific result.

Reason #3: Giving away to much information.

If you can picture a fisherman at Tahoe Lake throwing the bait in the water “without” the reel to bring the fish AND the bait back, you understand how giving away to much in your articles creates the same damaging effect.

Always tell an incomplete article to get someone to click on the resource box (the bait) at the end of your article (the fishing reel) . This way you’re not losing control of what you worked hard to set-up.

Article marketing is a piece of cake when done right. Anyone with “half-a-brain” (as if you could actually survive on half a brain) can do this.

Remember the three rules : Give it the time and energy it deserves for it to work, don’t make it complicated, and don’t give away too much info upfront. Keep these three rules in mind and you can never go wrong.

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