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Darren Chow is a full time writer, web developer, and Internet marketer. He graduated from the National University of Singapore and started dabbling in web design while still studying. Today, he spends his time writing for established websites and promoting websites for clients.
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In mid August 2008, I released an article distribution service. The service started with just 1 package type – distribution only. Since then, it has evolved to include as many as 5 package types. Premium packages include submission to Ezinearticles, Squidoo, Americanchronicles, and many other well established websites.

Each Premium submission cost $30 – we write and handle the distribution for you. If you want to submit your own articles, you can also purchase premium distribution packages – distribute only. However, please make sure that your articles have not been published elsewhere on the Internet before. Otherwise, Ezinearticles will reject your articles.

The reason why we separate premium submissions from normal submissions is that the process for premium packages require more manual work. We submit manually, track the approvals manually, and then distribute to the rest of the 300+ article directories. For normal packages, we simply use our semi-automated system to perform the distributions. We monitor the distribution process though.

If you are interested in using our services to promote your own websites or blogs, feel free to take a look at our website.

2 Responses to Article Distribution Service

  • Hello Darren

    I’m curious about something. I have used your service and find it a bit misleading.

    You advertise that you will submit articles to over 350 directories.
    Then, after the fact you say that only about 1/3 of the directories will actually publish the article.

    To me this is false advertising. You obviously know ahead of time that not all directories will publish the articles.
    It seems you use a shotgun approach. You submit all articles to all directories in the hopes that they will be published.

    Telling people that you submit to over 350 directories is misleading when you know full well that a little more than 100 directories will actually publish the article.

    How do you justify this?

  • Hi Bob,

    The initial deal was for 260 article directories. I’ve increased the distribution list to 300+ dirs because I know that some dirs will not approve the article. Note that I have done this without increasing the price of distribution.

    Also, it has been advertise on the HOME PAGE of fastsubmitarticles that the acceptance rate is expected to be about 40%. (or close to a third like you said).

    This is above the market average, which is about 25 to 30%. The reason is because we actually have a tie up with several sites so approval is a little higher.

    If you go to any distribution service, you will find the approval rate to be about the same.

    We advertise that we submit to 300+ dirs because that is the ACTUAL work we do, and you are paying us to do that work. Fyi, each distribution takes us 2 hrs + to complete. The rate of approval is something that you may have to accept, as it is the same across the industry.

    For example, if we submit to 100 dirs, and you get a third acceptance, you get about 30 links. If we submit to 300+ dirs, you get about 90 links. 90 links, if you look at the pricing we charge, is not expensive at all.

    Also, most people already know that a certain amount of articles will be rejected, so they know what to expect. Perhaps you are new to article marketing, that’s why there is this unrealistic expectation. No service will give you 100% approval, even if you submit the articles yourself.

    Hope you can put things into the right perspective.

    Thank you for trying out our services.

    All the best to you.

    Darren Chow