Article Posting Ideas?

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I am looking for any information in posting atricles on my Site. Should I print part of the article on my site and then have a "Read More.." and link it to an ezine article website (for more publicity) or should I have it link to another page on my website. I want these articles to be archived on the web. I do not know the savvy ways to do this. Does anyone have experience with this?
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Hi Todd

I think posting an enticing portion of the article with a "read more" link is a great way to get people interested. But I recommend that this link take readers to another page on your website where the full article is displayed in order to keep the traffic on your site. Unless of course you intend to drive traffic to the ezine article site, in which case linking to them would be the right approach. It all depends on where you are trying to direct people.

I would be interested in hearing what others have to say about this.
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Hi Todd,

I offer a weekly article on my site where I have an article page on it own. Then on my home page, I have a little summary of an article then I add a link [read more] where it would take users to the article page on my site.

At the same times, I have been publishing my articles on several ezine article websites. I didn't put any links back to them. Actually, by publishing on those websites, it drives some traffics to my site.

I just started writing, so I only have 6 articles. It's just a few articles, so the way I temporarily archived it is the I have an anchor ink to the end of current articles where users can see the title and summary of each past article.

Once I have lots of articles then I will start thinking of better organization and archiving. One of my idea is to create a title & summary listing page, where each title is a link. A title will link to a each article page.

Some of the article sites I use are:

hope this help

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Hi Niddy, Thank you for this great info, it is appreciated!!
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Niddy, I am interested in seeing your site. I want to add a function like this to my site (which is not yet published)... Kind of like a magazine where the front page is all what is contained on other pages with a beginning portion of each article with a read more link within. I was wondering how to organize it and thought that I should make each section of the "magazine" it's own blog. I can't figure out a better way to organize it. I figure some of the benefits would be that people could just subscribe to one section or they could subscribe to the main page and then have all the links to each section.
So again Niddy, I would love to see the function you mention as I am trying to get some ideas for my site's organization. I know this is an old post but I'm hopeful you have some ideas.