Article Distribution Services for Small Businesses

Article Distribution Services for Small Businesses

Bigfoot Marketing provides Article Distribution Services for Small Businesses.

Professional Article Distribution Services

Article Sites

Submission to article hosting sites including: Articlesbase, Articlesxpert, Articles.org, uberant, Article Directory USA, SooperArticles, BaseArticles, articlescad.com, Ezine Articles, artipot, street articles & More.

When your article is posted on a website or blog, your website's back links will be identified as either "no follow" or "do follow" depending upon the site or blog owner's policies as it applies to your article.

A "do follow" link is counted and followed by search engines, whereas a "no follow" link is not.  You can still list your website URL in your article - typically in the body somewhere but we recommend ALWAYS at the bottom.  It is the best practice to print the full URL and hyperlink it as well as a hyperlink from your brand or business name.  This will enable readers to easily copy and paste your URL into a browser window if the hypertext link is deactivated.

To ensure the best impact for your article(s), it is vital that it is well-written.  Your brand will be promoted regardless of whether or not you have "do follow" links.  

We submit to both "no follow" and "do follow" article directories, increasing your online website popularity and targeted, higher-value traffic to your website will improve as well.

  • 25 Submissions: $175
  • 50 Submissions: $300
  • 75 Submissions: $400
  • 100 Submissions: $500

Directory Services

We can also submit your site to up to 500 website directories.  We submit to "do follow" directories for you.

Submissions will strengthen your website via the back links, improving your traffic flow to your website and your overall website visibility.

  • 100 Directories: $100
  • 250 Directories: $150
  • 500 Directories: $200

Articles are a great way to promote a small business.

In the early days of the internet, all most all websites were written like a news or feature article or expanded brochure, and typically a blend of the three. 

The early webmasters would interview the business owner and then develop the website and publish as a third person, which made sense then.

That doesn't make sense any longer.

Your website should be written in the first person and should be spoken directly to your target audience.

Small Business Articles are Written About a Company in the Third Person

However, it is completely appropriate for an article about you and your business to be written in the third person.

When someone visits your website, you should greet them just like they walked in to your place of business.  You would not use third person language if someone walked into your business.

You would say, "Hi, my name is [your name] and I am the owner here."  You wouldn't say "Welcome to [my business name] and say, [your name] is the owner.  You would address them in the first person.

Small Business Marketing Articles are Typically Hosted on Third Party Sites

Once your article is created, you can upload it to your website and provide instructions for others that see it to follow if they would like to host your article on their sites.

Content publishers need great content, so do a great job and you'll discover that publishers will want to use your content on their sites.

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