SubmitYourArticle.com Shares Tips For Article Marketing Resource Boxes
Successful article submission service SubmitYourArticle.com today released essential HTML resource box tips for article marketing
(Monday, April 30th, 2012) York, UK - The highly popular article submitter service, SubmitYourArticle.com, today revealed on their article marketing blog, 7 essential HTML resource box tips for article writers.
The post was created as the first in a new “Wake Up & Write” challenge recently announced on the site.
The writer of the post states that the text resource box is required as an essential part of the article submission process as not every publisher will accept an HTML resource box.
Entering an HTML resource box is optional. If the member of the service provides both an HTML resource box and a text one, then SubmitYourArticle.com will submit the HTML one to every publisher who accepts that type of resource box, and use the text resource box for the publishers who don’t accept the HTML one.
What is the difference between the HTML resource box and the text resource box?
The writer claims that the text resource box is entirely in plain text, meaning there is no HTML code. In order to create a clickable link, the member will need to enter a full website URL, including the “http” at the beginning. When the member enters the URL in the text resource box, it automatically creates a clickable link.
The HTML resource box allows the member to create a different type of link, one where they can specify that the link is formed by certain words in the text. These words are called “anchor text”. Although it’s not necessary to know any HTML code in order to create an HTML resource box.
The writer then reveals facts which may be unknown to members regarding the resource box, such as the inability to use any formatting - “You can’t type in HTML code to create different colors, fonts, bold or underlining, etc. The HTML is used just for forming the anchor text link. The HTML resource box field will not accept HTML code that you type in.”
The post also suggests that the member does not need to know how to create HTML code in order to use the HTML resource box, and reveals exactly how this works on the blog.
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