There are solutions though to for this issue.
Before we cover that, first you should know what to avoid.
Some article submitters exhibit these traits, which will not help you in the long run, so you should avoid purchasing them: 1.
Fails to enter correct information into directories 2.
Does not allow for accurate category selection to submit your article to 3.
Changes the appearance of the article so that it does not look 'normal' 4.
HTML link codes are unusable 5.
SPAMs directories because it is 100% automated Those are the bad traits.
Now take a look at the two main things that you should look for when buying an article submitter: 1.
The submitter works live with directories and allows you to view each one, as you sign up with and/or submit to them.
This will clear you of most of the problems discussed earlier.
Good article submitters include lists of article directories that are considered to be quality ones, but they also allow the user to input new ones, as well.
To use most submitters, the process begins by saving copies of articles in the submitter.
The user then can sign up and submit these to directories in a very short amount of time: often less than one minute.
You will simply select directories from the list that you would like to submit articles to.
Your first use will require that you provide sign up information, which you can verify quickly as being correct.
Your usernames and passwords will be saved in the submitter, so login is a cinch the next time that you wish to submit content.
Once logged in, you will choose the categories to submit your articles, make any changes, insert links, and check to make sure that your content meets the guidelines of the directory.
Before you know it, you will have been able to submit a number of articles quickly to a plethora of directories, which will save you time an effort in the long run.