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    Good morning all
    Yes Lynn I'm using google. AS always I have another question.Maybe soon I can help as much as I'm being helped. My question is how much of an article can I edit that has already been published?

    Thanks for all the help jerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgbama View Post
    My question is how much of an article can I edit that has already been published?
    Jerry,
    Unless it's PLR (Private label content) that you have purchased you cannot edit any articles that have already been published by someone else. You'll need to write your own, hire a ghostwriter or purchase PLR.

    Does that help?
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    Hi Angie
    Sorry for the confusion but they are my articles. I just didn't know how much I could edit. They are not getting the click through rate so I was going to try and improve them.
    Thanks for your help

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    Ahhh I see! Thanks for the clarification.

    Hmm great question and I don't know the answer. Looking forward to reading what others say about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgbama View Post
    my articles are not getting the click through rate so I was going to try and improve them.
    Before you can improve or fix something, you first have to know what the problem is. There's a reason that people aren't clicking on your articles. Perhaps they're poorly written. You should have a competent professional analyze your articles to see what the problem is.

    Also, you said that you're not getting the clickthrough rate. How do you know? Are you using any type of analytics program to measure your clickthrough ratio? What type of clickthrough ratio are you trying to achieve? What type of percentage do you need for profitabilty? Do you know?

    David Jackson
    Last edited by David Jackson; September 22nd, 2009 at 02:16 PM.

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    Hi David
    Those are all good questions. The click through rate is at around 10% on one and less on the others. I know my article isn't written well because if they were I would see a greater rate. I am studying copy writing and trying to improve from what I have read. That's why I was want to know how much of my articles I could change.
    Thanks for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgbama View Post
    The click through rate is at around 10% on one and less on the others. I know my article isn't written well because if they were I would see a greater rate.
    jg, 10% is a solid clickthrough ratio. What makes you think it isn't? Could it be better? Sure, it could always be better. But don't let anyone tell you that 10% isn't a solid ratio, because it is.

    I'm not saying your articles don't need to be improved. I'm just saying your clickthrough ratio isn't as bad as you seem to think it is.

    David Jackson

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    Thanks David
    That makes me feel better. I know I have a lot of improvement to do on my writing.I am trying to write more compelling articles. For some one who is not a writer they is a lot to learn.
    Any insight you are willing to give I would appreciate
    Thanks Jerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgbama View Post
    I know I have a lot of improvement to do on my writing.I am trying to write more compelling articles. For some one who is not a writer they is a lot to learn. Any insight you are willing to give I would appreciate.
    Jerry, the best advice I can give you is to memorize the basics of AIDA, until you can recite them in your sleep. And read everything about copywriting and article marketing that you can get your hands on.

    Also, latch on to a successful article marketer whose talent and ability you respect. Study his or her articles. Look for a pattern, and copy their techniques. Rinse and repeat.

    David Jackson
    Last edited by David Jackson; September 22nd, 2009 at 03:16 PM.

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    Thanks David
    what is AIDA sorry but haven't heard of it

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