Getting good content?

by xDrove
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Ok, I wanna ask where do you guys suggest me to get good written content? I dont want to use fiverr, but I also cant afford $15 per article as this is new project and low on budget.

Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicolasmd2112
    If you don't have the money to invest in articles over $15, Fiverr might be your only shot. You could always just write them yourself too.



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  • Profile picture of the author rmacklyn
    I would suggest to get a list of blogs related to your topic and generate new content taking touch base from those. It will take some time but definitely the outcome would be more or less beneficial.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sandra Martinez
      You can get a good plr package and use someone from fiverr to re-write. Then edit copy yourself to clean up messes.
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    • Profile picture of the author Pradeep Bhagwat
      HI,

      If you don't want to pay much for articles then best way is to write yourself. By writhing yourself you will get following benefits:

      1) You will get deep knowledge while searching information for your article.
      2) You will improve your writing style day by day.
      3) you will know what reader want from you.
      4) You will save lot of money.
      5) You can build your brand as a writer.
      6) It will be your own article, like your own child. You get great satisfaction that you have created it.


      And most important it is not hard to write. As you write more and more you become Master.

      - Pradeep
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by xDrove View Post

    Ok, I wanna ask where do you guys suggest me to get good written content? I dont want to use fiverr, but I also cant afford $15 per article as this is new project and low on budget.

    Thanks.
    Your Mind

    Seriously, its something to consider as far as tapping in to your own experiences and learning to put those experiences down on paper.

    It is an important Tool to have and can be developed through time and practice.



    - Robert Andrew
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    • Profile picture of the author torrehardy
      Start slowly writing yourself, imagine you were telling a friend over a drink. It's not that hard, once you make a start you will realise how much more rewarding it is.
      You can do it. Just try!

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      • Profile picture of the author Steve B
        If marketers would spend a little time and learn about public domain material they would have all the great content they could ever use.

        And no, public domain is not an unsolvable mystery . . . and no, public domain doesn't just mean "vintage" out of date stuff.

        For example, the U.S. government publishes public domain content on all kinds of topics every day of the year.

        Public domain materials include videos, audio, images, books, magazines, reports, and every other format.

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  • Profile picture of the author hannahlist
    There is a THIRD alternative........

    You can contact blogs that are in your niche and ask the bloggers behind those blogs to contribute content to your blog.

    In return, you let them include a link or two in their guest blog post.

    Make sure you spell out your quality requirements so you get the quality you're looking for.
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  • Profile picture of the author jahmeld
    A great strategy I use is going to the top blog in that niche and identify which articles you like from that blog and have someone rewrite a unique article. They've already done the research and created a great article. All you have to do is take that article and have it rewritten. I would suggest having your articles rewritten through iwriter.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
    Using public domain material is a good idea. Rewriting PLR is a good idea. Getting guest bloggers is a good idea. Using a voice recorder and talking your article is a good idea. Writing your own articles and then hiring an editor is also a good idea. Researching several articles to create your own unique article is a good idea.

    Rewriting one article or blog post is called a derivative work. It's illegal and it's not a good idea. The fact that other people do it does make a good idea.
    Rose
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    • Profile picture of the author Antares330
      Originally Posted by Rose Anderson View Post

      Using public domain material is a good idea. Rewriting PLR is a good idea. Getting guest bloggers is a good idea. Using a voice recorder and talking your article is a good idea. Writing your own articles and then hiring an editor is also a good idea. Researching several articles to create your own unique article is a good idea.

      Rewriting one article or blog post is called a derivative work. It's illegal and it's not a good idea. The fact that other people do it does make a good idea.
      Rose
      You can however look around for inspiration for your article!
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  • Profile picture of the author TheZafraGroup
    I would start out by writing as many high quality articles as I can for let's say 21 days. Drive traffic to your site, as much as possible. Then head on over to google and search for bloggers in the same niche as you are. Build relationships with them and when there's a solid foundation, you can ask them to guest blog on your site. It's way better and higher quality. You give them traffic, they give you content.
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  • Profile picture of the author Miguelito203
    Originally Posted by xDrove View Post

    Ok, I wanna ask where do you guys suggest me to get good written content? I dont want to use fiverr, but I also cant afford $15 per article as this is new project and low on budget.

    Thanks.
    Given your limited budget, you could purchase some high-quality PLR and alter it to meet your specific needs. You might want to check out Tiffany Lambert's PLR Mini Mart.

    Joey
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