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    Revenue Sharing Websites

    I recently joined some revenue sharing websites where I can write articles and share in add revenue. I joined the Theinfomine, Hub Pages, Xomba, and a couple others, and have written a couple of articles. The problem is that I am having trouble getting traffic to the articles I am writing (same problem with my blog). I have submitted the URLs to social bookmarking sites, like Digg and Delicious, and have tried to optimize my key words for the search engines, but I just cant seem to drive any traffic to them. I have also recently joined twitter but it seems like it would be spamming if I tweeted (twittered? tweet?) my links there. I really dislike spamming and wouldn't want to become a spammer.
    I was wondering if any of you article or blog writers on here can tell me of a better way to go about all this because I really think that I must be doing something wrong.



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    Re: Revenue Sharing Websites

    To answer my own question, it seems as though it just takes time and a lot of patience.

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    Re: Revenue Sharing Websites

    James - How are you choosing your titles/keywords?

    For a simple start:

    The Google Adwords Keyword Tool can help you find the phrases that people are searching for, and a Google search will show you what kind of competition your article will have.

    Hope this helps!
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