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Freely available content?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by johndea, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. johndea

    johndea Regular Member

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    Where are the best sources to find freely available text content?

    i.e. articles that I can repost on my blog.
     
  2. mike330

    mike330 Regular Member

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    Ezinearticles.com if you don't mind the dupe contents. You can also grab some PLR articles in the download section.
     
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  3. anuj291

    anuj291 Elite Member

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    u will not reach anywhere with duplicate content -- it will hit you back eventually...

    For finding content just google your keywords
    ezinearticles, goarticles
     
  4. smash-wear.nl

    smash-wear.nl Regular Member

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    I have a program that scrapes content from Google home page with keywords, 2,300,000 scrapet site, copy and Pasted into a text file, gonne translate this content 3 times en copy it into a text file
    I place this content on my website.

    The file of content wil be 1 gb of text

    What do you think of this technique
     
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    smash-wear.nl Regular Member

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    still no answer
     
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    mariosocieto Regular Member

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    Freely available content...

    1. book from library on ur country
    2. newspaper
    3. pdf (google only index the title, so the content is available for copy and it's good)...find it on slideshare or scribd
     
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    Wikipedia has all of its content under a creative commons public license.
     
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    Many many websites have informative content that could literally blow your mind with the sheer ammount of information, but since there is no such thing as a "totally unique content" (unless of couse you want to start fictional writing), you most probably need to find people to rewrite articles. Download whole editable PLR "Special Reports" ezines and just change a bit of the info in it and repackage it as your own and just concentrate on the whole "selling" part. Use some bits and peices of the ezine to act as a teaser on your main site with the "Pay" button at the bottom.. The possiblities are endless!