Increase Web Site Traffic: Syndicating Web Site Articles Using JavaScript Web Site Promotion
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Chapter 11: Getting Other Webmasters To Promote Your Site

Idea 80: Syndicating Web Site Articles Using JavaScript

We've already talked about publishing web sites articles that you allow others to republish (Idea 79: Web Site Articles).

Another idea is to create articles that other webmasters can link to as JavaScripts.
  • The advantage of this, for you, is if set-up correctly, the other webmasters can't so easily change your content without your knowledge. For example, they can't omit the link-back to your site.

  • The advantage of this, for other webmasters, is you could set it so you offer an option where they show the latest article from you - and they don't have to update their web pages.

  • The disadvantage is that this idea (or rather, the simple implementation of it) uses JavaScript which is not visible to non-JavaScript browsers, and can not be seen by most Search Engine Spiders (Idea 1: Spider-Based Search Engines).
When your syndication JavaScripts are all finished and working, be sure to tell people about it. An easy way to do this is to list it on and which contain indexes of these types of things.

Related Resources:
  • How to syndicate your articles, cartoons, stories, jokes and other web site content
    A free online tutorial on how to syndicate content.

  • JSINC: Javascript include file creator
    This free online tool will convert HTML to JavaScript.

  • HTML Protection RocketExclusive! Only available from Answers 2000 Limited
    This program is designed to protect HTML code from prying eyes, however it includes a function which can convert entire files (and parts of files) to JavaScript. An advantage of using this program, is that the HTML code can be compressed and encoded in JavaScript form - making the code harder to "steal", and saving you web space and bandwidth.

  • Viral Article Toolkit
    Don't want to write an article yourself? This site offers business articles that you can "rebrand" with your own information. Note: There are some restrictions on how you are permitted to use these articles - check their web site for details, and contact them directly if you need clarification on whether any particular type of usage is allowed.

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