Why Your Article Gets Rejected

We all know what Google panda and Google algorithm 2011 update has did to the article directories and now it is not considered a good idea to submit your articles to the directories but some people are still trying to submit their articles.

It is not always that your submitted article gets approved – it does get rejected – Our Infogle.com blog is also a revenue sharing blog and people tend to submit articles – but mostly did not get approved.

Article Rejection Why
Article submission is good to get some fame and get other people know about your talent. Most of the article writers work for this – they grab work from Webmaster forums and write the articles for people – which they finally submit to article directories.

Not always all writers end up in positive note. Since, writers are given some product to write an article – and they end up writing the self-promoted article.

Self-promoted article means – it has nothing to do with sharing knowledge with the community – it is just written for the sake of product promotion.

People often write – positives and negative of the product – what this can do and what if you don’t choose this product – all those talk.

This is what article directories don’t like. You are actually writing a review and not a real article to submit it to article directories.

For correct article writing – and getting your article approved in directories – you need to write on a situation and then describe about the product what this product can do to overcome the situation. Create a situation and give a solution – then you are sharing knowledge.

Protect Your Original Content By Simple Methods

Content is the king – this is the phrase, which rules the Internet. Most of the people have realized this and are urging for good content to embed in their blogs or websites. Content is not only necessary to bring traffic but it is the key point in making good sales volumes also.

As we are growing and more and more people now looking for content, this apparently has given rise to duplicate content or copying content from the original sites. Blog and article writers are often worried about this – that how to protect the content from being copied.

A user popped me up with an interesting question, he said; he has disabled the right click so that content could not be copied – I know this is very amateurish answer – but it was it.

So, blocking the right click access is not about protecting your content – protecting your content is also you can say like this letting first google or any search engine know that you were the first in writing the content so that they don’t mark the content as copied content.

For telling search engines the content you have written is original is immediately after publishing the blog post – place the links in social bookmarking sites and various other places, which are often crawled by search engines quickly.

I am definitely sure that this way search engines would mark your content as yours because you notified them about this creation.

You can also term it as reporting first, who report it first gets the place – this is also applicable for the rewritten content. Try it to believe it.