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The 2 Headed Dragon: Let Others Publish Your Material And Keep Your Site Unique

Written By: Mike Makler

See why you should have 2 or 3 versions of your articles, One For your Web Page and a 2nd or 3rd for public distribution. After you have read this article you will learn a simple method to manage your article versions and 7 different ways to change them.

Is Putting your Articles in the Public Domain really a Two Headed Dragon. A very popular and economical way to get exposure is to write articles that you allow other who are searching for content to publish on there web pages The Question is does allowing others to publish your Articles make your web page less unique since it contains the Same Article?

Elaine Currie In her Article My Magic Article Doubler Suggests you actually have 2 versions of your Article one for your web page and one for the Article Submission Directories. Elaine suggests that you can Add a Paragraph rich in Keywords for your Personal version, (http://www.ewguru.com/hbiz/viral-article.html)

A simple method of Maintaining 2 versions of your articles is to have a Web Page and a Blog. The Articles in your Blog are for the public Domain and the Articles in your web page are your unique copies. In the Resource Box of your Online Web Page Article place the Following statement For a Version of this article that you can publish on your own web site please visit my article collection http://ewguru.com/dragon

If one version of your Article is good and 2 versions are better would 3 or 4 or 5 versions of your article be even better. Why not have a 3rd version of your article that you use to submit to article Submission Directories. Actually using the 7 below steps it wouldn’t be to difficult to have a different version of your article for each place you submit your article too. (Let’s not get too silly, In practice one submission version should be ok however if you submit to 20 or article directories you may want 2 or 3 submission versions that you split evenly between submission directories)

Seven different Ways you can change your Article

1 – Add or change the Opening Paragraph
One simple way to do this is to add an Opening paragraph that tells them what you are about to tell them.

2 – Add or change the Closing Paragraph
One simple way to do this is to add an Opening paragraph that tells them what you just told them.

3 – Change the Opening and Closing Paragraph
This is getting silly but tell them what you will tell them for the opening paragraph and tell them what you told them in the closing paragraph.

4 – Add or Change the Case Study
If you use a case study in your article find a different one. If you don’t use a case Study Add One

4 – Add or Change a Middle Paragraph
Simply find a paragraph somewhere in the middle of your article and re word it.

5 – Add or change an Example
If you are you confused by your article, Your readers will be too, add an example to help explain and clarify.

6 – Make small changes to each Paragraph
Go through your article and reword 1 or 2 sentences in each paragraph.

7 – Combine the Above Methods
You could Combine Methods 4 and 5 and add a Case Study and an example. You could combine Methods 1 and 6 by changing the openning paragraph and then making small changes to other paragraphs. You could even combine more then 2 methods, The Choices really are limitless.

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