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I have a catalouge of over 800 tech articles 100% unique -- what to do with them?

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  1. codexehow

    codexehow Power Member

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    I've written over 800 high-quality tech articles in the last 2 years. I use human spinning techniques to spin them to 100% uniqueness and place them on my blogs. The seed articles have never appeared online.

    I'm a damn good writer, so I know the quality is top-notch.

    I'm just wondering, is there any other way I could be earning $ from these?

    Thanks.
     
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    kboxer7 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Couple simple ideas:

    1. Authority site
    2. Create Kindle ebooks from the articles - tech "how to guides"
     
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    codexehow Power Member

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    Great ideas..thanks!

    I really like number 2. I could group them by category, spin them, and sell them off. Nice.
     
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    how much u want for them? what kind of tech articles you write?
     
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    Pretty much every tech topic. Networking, computer, software-specific, etc. 100% typo free. Native English speaker. I am rated 4 stars at TextBroker and every article I've ever submitted to Constant Content has been accepted, for w/e that's worth to you. None of them were any of these 800, of course.

    All of these are written to AP Style. 85-90% of them are ever-green, as ever-green as tech articles can possibly be, of course. What I mean is, most of them won't become obsolete for a decade or two.

    I don't know if I'd sell them. I have infinite unique tech articles pretty much forever for my tech blogs this way. If I did sell the lot, it would be to only 1 person, and they would not get resell rights. I would require a contract (facilitated by Adobe EchoSign) and I'd enforce it. IDK, make an offer.

    The price would be lower for a fresh spin of all 800 (which would take me a while) and I'd be more comfortable doing this. Still, it wouldn't be cheap.
     
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    This has given me the idea of maybe doing an auction for a spin of all 800 on Digital Point...but idk, I doubt it would hit my reserve point, and it would take me about 3 weeks to deliver the product.

    But idk..someone else might use spintax software and spin it into oblivion. Those spins would be inferior quality, but Google might stop seeing my own spins as unique. I don't know..it's a tricky idea.
     
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    You can sale these articles at content/articles marketplaces.
     
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    Thanks, Power.

    Would it be worth it to try to sell them on DP? I've seen the content packs that sell 10 for $10. I know my spins would beat CopyScape, I just don't know if I want to sell them for that cheap. Are there any better marketplaces that you know of?

    Meanwhile, I think I might try a DP auction for all 800 with a silly-high reserve (does it show the reserve to the public?) just to see if it gets any action.
     
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    You can have a look at freemarket by freelancer.com.
     
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    I am looking to buy articles in this niche right now, would you be willing to sell individual articles or in packs of 10 or something along them lines ?

    Please send me a PM.
     
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    There are many market places where you can get many takers but the best of them all is looking for bloggers who have blogs on tech niche. This will be the best bet. If I were in your place, then I would definitely look out for tech bloggers.
     
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    Make a WTS offer for a pack of 10 articles. Or you can have them submitted to ezine to increase its value. Have them spun to 100%uniqueness and give them an SEO shot for selling them at a great price.
     
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    Make all those articles into a ebook? Package it nicely and promote it on your "niche site"
     
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    Or, sell them as PLR articles along with some PLR software or -- yeah, maybe e-book. :)
     
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    Start a gig on fiverr stating you will write a unique articles on tech related niches and sell them. :) You might have to modify them. :D
     
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    Thanks for the ideas, guys.
     
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    That's a hell of a lot of articles... You could build your own website maybe?
     
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    Contact local SEO providers and offer them for $50 per article. I occasionally sell some articles this way. There is a gent here on BHW that sells his articles for $25.

    I have a computer repair site, PR5 with PR4 Internal Pages. Very few outbound links from these pages (most have none) unless it applies to the content. Be glad to trade you outbound links for content if you are interested.

    You could build your own authority site for adsense with the content, and offer a spun version of the page article to interested parties. My computer site makes about 100 a month from adsense with 41 pages of content. Done right, you could pull down a hundred or more a day with just the adsense alone, if the articles are quality and the keywords profitable. A lot of people do not mess with adsense, but once you build a profit producing page it can sit there and make money for a decade. People do not realize that the things they know how to do are things other people want to know how to do. There may not be a lot of traffic to a page about rebuilding Suzuki motorcycle carburetors or how to skin a snake, but the visitors who are searching for specific information are highly likely to click on an ad to find further information. The contents of such a page will be relevant a decade from now, too, there is no need to update the page, skinning snakes last technological revolution was at the end of the bronze age.

    You could pull out the content in groups of 15 related articles and build a series of MNS sites, targeting some related product or service.

    You could build an article directory related to tech and seed it with your own content. Then you could get backlinks from all over the world to any tech related property you wish.
     
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    Thanks, sldbebo.

    I don't have time to start an authority site, so I guess I'll sell them. I think I'll look for local SEOs, thanks.
     
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    Interesting