Startup BizCast #41 – Article Distribution for SEO (Jim Baldwin)

In this week’s Startup BizCast, we’re talking once again about how to get your small business website to rank higher on the search rankings. We’ve talked about news release distribution, and this week the topic is article distribution. The two have some similarities. Mainly, the goal is the same — building incoming links to your website. My guest this week, Jim Baldwin from Search Engine and Internet Marketing Firm NetSearch Direct, tells us why it’s a good tactic, and has tips on how to do it.

Also in this episode — a reminder that Startup BizCast is running a contest to celebrate Small Business Week in the U.S., which is April 21-25. At stake in the contest is approximately $2,000 in prizes. For more information on the prizes and how to enter, please visit www.startupbizcast.com/contest.

As if that wasn’t enough, BizCast Brief returns this week with stories about the small business credit crunch and two well known companies expanding their small business VOIP offerings.

Links mentioned in this week’s episode:
NetSearch Direct (www.netsearchdirect.com)

Article distribution site examples:
Article Trader (www.articletrader.com)
Articles Base (www.articlesbase.com)
Article99 (www.article99.com)
Article Post Robot – automated article posting software (www.articlepostrobot.com)

Article example:
Simple Steps for SEO and Social Media Beginners

Startup BizCast is produced by EndGame PR Podcast Production, a service of EndGame Public Relations, LLC. For more information on how your business can take advantage of the social media revolution, please visit www.endgamepr.com/podcasts.

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