Friday, July 13, 2007

Screwed up with my Article Submitter

Below is the program I've been using - the 1.7 version. It submits to Article Dashboard sites - and is nice because it updates itself. And this is the demo version.

The screw up I did was to delay on answering the emails (300+) and so some 80-90 percent were now expired under that email address. They have about a 3-day delay by default. So now I have to do this again with another email address. Some don't like Yahoo or other free addresses, so I'll try one I use at one of my domains - or make one just for this.

It took several hours over several days to do get through the initial list - so I'm off to do this again (as I simply deleted all the emails I had gotten already).

Now note: the best article directories aren't Article Dashboard sites or are radically modified. These won't be included (weren't in my case) in the hundreds of sites included with the program I downloaded.

Oops - after a couple of weeks, the trial version expired - so now I would have to cough up $47 to continue my experiment... I'll check around for another freebie and let you know. Otherwise, it looks to be a good product.

Download Article Submitter 1.8 Free Trial - Article Submitter - The easiest web semi-automated article submitter tool. Fast article exposure - Softpedia: "Article Submitter description
Article Submitter - The easiest web semi-automated article submitter tool. Fast article exposure
Article Submitter is a semi-automatic submission to the most current list of directories lets you focus on writing content, not submitting it.

Do you spend all of your time going to article directories to submit your content? Are you frustrated by sites rejecting your content because it's not formatted using their specific, confusing rules? Article Submitter could be the solution you need.

With Article Submitter you can easily submit your content to over 255
directories. With the click of a button, the software starts publishing your content. You won't even have to get on the web, submissions are all automatically done in the background, while you get back to work.
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