Profit Quickly From Content You Didn't Write
żby: Douglas Titchmarsh
How To Profit Quickly With Content You Didn't Write
Content, without it your website, your e-zine and
your profits will suffer.
With good quality content, all three will benefit
you and your customers much more.
The trouble with good quality content is the time
it takes to produce it. Content takes time to write
and many of us find it difficult to even start writing
our own content for sites and e-zines.
Luckily it is possible to use other peoples content
for your site or newsletter, and they will be happy to
give you the right to use it freely, or sell you it at
a knockdown price.
Finding quality content can be as easy as going to
one of the many article directories where people
submit their articles for others to use. The
drawbacks of this kind of content is that the
author usually requires a link back to their site
or newsletter, and as they are easy to get the
content may be used by many other websites and ezines.
If you feel you can make use of these articles, then
search for your desired subject by keywords at the
article directories such as
Remember to check the terms before you use an article
but most can be used as long as the authors resource
box remains intact, and kept with the article content.
Another method of getting high quality content to
use on your site, newsletter or other places is to
join a content site such as Ready Made Content
This site offers private label content
you can re use in a lot of different ways, but
as always check the licensing terms for the content
you wish to use.
So now you know where to find quality articles and
content, but how can you profit with it?
There are several ways to profit quickly from the
content you just found, one of the easiest is to
use Google Adsense http://www.google.com/adsense
to add small adverts to webpages. Using the content
from article directories or other sources above, you
can make a themed website around a subject, add the
Adsense code and upload and submit the site to
search engines. A good subject will start to pull
in some money via Google Adsense quite soon after
traffic starts flowing.
While you are making your content site you can
add some affiliate links to related products.
A quick and easy way to make some affiliate
profits from the content is to add links to
products sold at ClickBank, although their
site doesn't have a search facility, there is
one available at
so you can research products by keyword and add your
ClickBank id as an affiliate and add related
products to your content site.
The next tips don't relate to Articles from
directories but will work for the ready made content
from the article and content Private Label suppliers.
If you have private label rights to the content
then you can change it around and re-author it
into a special report around a theme. This report
can then contain affiliate links to products related
to the theme. You can even pick one product and
make a series of reports around it using the
content, and give the reports away. Using an
autoresponder, you could setup several reports
to be sent over a few days, and start an email list
to which you can post other offers later.
Private label content can also be used as the
basis of a complete book. By using selected
articles you can create a high quality ebook which
can be sold, used as a giveaway to attract subscribers
to a newsletter, or even contain adverts which other
companies pay you to put into your book.
These are just a few of the ways quality content could
be used to make a profit. Using these as a starting
point, you should be able to use content in many
other profitable ways. All the resources for profiting
from content are available, from article site builders
to ebook creators and autoresponders, use your
imagination and profit quickly from content you didn't
even have to write.
About The Author
Douglas Titchmarsh has several content sites which pull in revenue linked from www.thediscountebookstore.com as well as running an email newsletters you can join at http://www.cashinonline.info/subscribe.htm