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Anyone sold their pre-written content through SEOClerks?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by seeplusplus, Dec 30, 2013.

  1. seeplusplus

    seeplusplus Power Member

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    Just noticed SEOClerks has a section where you can list pre-written articles.

    They require to upload all of your articles to their server, which always makes me suspicious, so was just wondering if anyone used it?

    Decent traffic?
     
  2. The Entrepreneurcure

    The Entrepreneurcure Newbie

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    Do you need recommendations to sites that allow you to sell your content?

    Would you like to know a few methods to sell it at your price, faster than they can sell it without having to give up a portion?

    Or do you simply want to load it SEOClerks and see what happens?
     
  3. seeplusplus

    seeplusplus Power Member

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    Open to all options mate. $ is $.
     
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    I never trust those content selling sites, seems to me like they could easily steal your hard work.
     
  5. SeriousBlack

    SeriousBlack Registered Member

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    I've sold mine there. The article section is one-use only so your article will go to "sold-out" once you make the first sale. If this is what you intended, go for it. You can sell batches of articles just creating a regular service.
     
  6. thisismymp3

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    also if you look at the articles they all have the first couple of sentences as a preview, if you copy paste that into google you can see it indexed, don't know how that would work after someone buys it, it should go away, but where they be a dupe penalty or trigger some algorithmic shift in the universe?