The site I'm talking about is Constant Content (which I will abbreviate as "CC"). For those of you who love to write and are looking for some extra cash, it might just be the thing for you. Code: http://www.constant-content.com/ Basically, you write articles and submit them to CC. Every article can have three types of licenses that can be purchased: Usage, Unique, and Full Rights. I'll explain each in a bit more detail. If someone buys a Usage License for your article, they are entitled to use your *unchanged* article ONLY ONCE in their own Web site, magazine, newsletter, etc. They can also add links in the article. These licenses seem to go for about $20 each. If someone buys a Unique License, they can use the article multiple times but only on their own Web sites, newsletters, etc. They cannot change the content, except to add links. Once a Unique License is purchased, the article is removed from CC. These licenses go for about $25 each. If someone buys Full Rights, they can pretty much do anything they want with it. This includes changing content, removing the author's name or byline, adding the article to ANY Web site or newsletter, and reselling the article. When Full Rights are purchased, the article is removed from CC. These licenses go for about $30 each. You set whatever prices you feel are fair for each license type, but of course you want to be competitive. CC takes 35% of whatever you get... a hefty percentage, but at the current licensing rates it still leaves a decent amount to be made if you really enjoy writing.