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Article rejected by ezine
« on: May 02, 2013, 10:28:27 AM »
I recently submited an article to ezine witch was rejected for copyright duplicate article witch I had to delete. Does this happen often with article builder. Thanks

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Re: Article rejected by ezine
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2013, 12:11:20 PM »
ArticleBuilder is not the best thing in the world to use if you want to submit content to Ezine Articles - particularly if you don't want t odo any work on the article before submission.

Re: Article rejected by ezine
« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2013, 09:42:33 AM »
You can't just submit an article from AB to Ezine articles, you have to take the time to do some rewriting.  I usually take an AB article, completely rewrite the intro and conclusion and do some rewriting on each of the tips in the article.  I'll also either bulletpoint or number the tips.  I'll also change the title, sometimes to include the number of tips in the article.  Finally, I'll also check the article with copyscape and I'll continue to tweak the article until I get 100% uniqueness and it makes complete sense.  You can probably apply the same technique to Squidoo, HubPages, etc.  I have read a couple of posts on this forum where members have gotten banned from Squidoo for using AB articles.  This isn't Jon's fault.  Generally, AB articles are about 60% unique, which is unique enough to do backlinking with SEnuke or some other backlinking software and to post on your blogs as posts.  Yet, if you want to add to your Squidoo pages or to article sites like EzineArticles, you have take the time to do the rewriting and make these articles your own.
« Last Edit: July 30, 2013, 10:17:02 AM by Dan Annweiler »
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