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Create a news-site via dumped SQL-files

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by SEO20, Aug 26, 2015.

  1. SEO20

    SEO20 Elite Member

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    Well guess a lot don't know that you can get database dumps from various sites like this:

    Code:
    http://downloads.newslookup.com/hourly_all.sql
    
    Updated EVERY hour :)
     
  2. FutureProofSeo

    FutureProofSeo Senior Member

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    Really want to get into this sort of thing, money sitting on the table.
     
  3. SEO20

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    What are you suggesting?
     
  4. FutureProofSeo

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    That there is a lot of potential with sites that use this sort of content. As long as you display it in a way that people would find interesting.
     
  5. SEO20

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    For sure - with a little SEO/hashtags and autoposting you can get in early for indexing and ranking and create a cool "buffer" page with ads.
    It's all yours for free :)

     
  6. SEO20

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    Another way is to filter it to a category -> display "industry" news in a box on your site to add a dynamic element.
     
  7. yodapagoda

    yodapagoda Newbie

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    Wouldn't there be any copyright issues with this?
     
  8. kennito

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    Noob question: how do you use this? Do you copy the content to you blog/ site?
     
  9. lawton

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    I want to get into this also, I'm going to research how to get going. Any one have any resources that can get me started in the right direction?
    Thanks!