People who market a website, product or service with articles are most commonly referred to as “article marketers.” They share valuable information with their readers through the articles that distribute to hundreds, sometimes thousands, of article directories.
One of the easiest and fastest ways to get your articles to thousands of directories is through a paid article distribution service, like Content Crooner.
In the past, I’ve tried several other paid distribution services but so far none can stand up to the quality I’ve seen through content crooner.
Here are the reasons that why I like to use their services.
Keep this in mind – “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” My initial impression for this article service distribution was that it appeared to be a class act, and I was drawn to the lizard mascot on the home page.
The image of the lizard with the microphone immediately made me think of a real crooner like Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra or Bing Crosby. When those guys started crooning, everyone had to stop and listen. They are still some of the most well-known voices today.
The color scheme of the website is aesthetically pleasing. The buttons are nice and glossy, and the layout easy to follow.
The account creation process for Content Crooner is a breeze. You simply type your first and last name, user name; then create a password and give them your e-mail address. Follow through the registration process to create your pen name and select the service you wish to purchase.
Login and Account Page
The login page is very straight-forward. Input your user name, password and click the button to log in. Click the check box that reads “remember me” if you’d like your browser to remember your login information for future visits.
Your account page allows you to edit your account information, select your pen name or create a new one. You may edit each individual pen name’s account information including the website and contact information associated with each pen name.
A full list of articles you’ve previously submitted may be found in your “My Account” page. Here you may view your articles as they’ve been published. Pending articles may be edited but any article that has been distributed cannot.
View your distribution and exposure reports to see exactly where your articles have been used, view or change the dates that your article should be distributed; schedule articles for distribution up to a year in advance with ease. And conveniently Tweet your articles with two quick little mouse clicks also in the place.
Article submission with content crooner is simple. Click the “Submit Content” button located at the top of the page and follow the instructions. Simply copy and paste your article information into the appropriate text fields.
Choosing Your Article Categories
They offer more than 360 individual categories from which to choose. You may choose to include your article for distribution in up to three different categories. Choose wisely, the editorial staff does check to make sure your articles should fit into the categories you choose. It’s all part and parcel of their incredible review process.
Content Crooner’s review process is one of the most in depth article review processes I’ve ever seen in action. They promise their publishers quality and they mean to follow through, they provide an article checklist, which gives you a better chance of passing review the first time, every time. So you don’t need to worry about anything.
I’ve tried their competitor’s services in the past few years, I can honestly say that content crooner is the most user-friendly one. They also provide the best customer service of other paid article distribution websites.
If you are an article market that in search of quality distribution and customer service, you really should use Content Crooner. They truly are a class act.
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