Brisbane, Queensland Australia (PressExposure) December 12, 2006 -- Recently a Retired entrepreneur, philosopher and social commentator Lance Winslow has lodged a request with the Guniness Book of Records to confirm that his claim to being the most prolific online article writer in the world is true. Over the last 20 months he has published over 10,000 of his own articles onto a popular online article directory.
Each article was written by him, not outsourced, and typically ranges from 300 words to 750 words long.
Lance writes on an incredible range of topics, including his favorite subjects; Business, Politics, Religion, Futurist Concepts, Aviation, Technology, Philosophy, Economics, Education, Transportation, Energy, Environment, and Earth Sciences such as water conservation.
Today an internet marketer in Australia released a 10 page "e-interview" he conducted with Mr. Winslow. In the interview Lance reveals some deep insights into his philosophy, strategies, and tactics regarding article marketing, and how it has been such a success for him.
In the interview, Mr. Winslow states that at one stage he decided to remove all his "Resource Boxes" from his articles. Resource Boxes in online articles typically describe a little about the author, and often include a pitch for the athor's website, so it is highly unusual to see articles without a such a resource!
"I was getting too much traffic crashing my website, an online think tank." Mr. Winslow said. "In fact I had so much traffic I was attracting every Splogger on the Internet and even military intelligence spies from other countries reading all my innovations in weapons technologies, which was a section of our website.
"When I took the resource boxes off I still had 60,000 articles out there from syndication and they already had the resource boxes on them. So my solution was to take off the resource boxes to improve the article pick-ups to not compete with those online entrepreneurs who would use my content - it worked and my publisher pickups have dramatically increased."