Free Article Use on Your Web Site
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If you are trying to drive traffic to your web site and have researched your options, you have probably reached one conclusion. Content is essential.
They say content is king and that mantra is oft-repeated for a reason. It's true.
Content is a key component in driving top-notch search engine placement. Content attracts visitors and keeps them longer. Content can help to reinforce your sales message. For those involved in affiliate marketing, content can fill space and increase the perceived legitimacy of a site.
You want traffic and you need content. You have three means of acquiring it. You can author it yourself, purchase it from someone else, or cull and use free articles widely available on the Internet.
Self-authorship offers some appeal. After all, who knows your business the way you do? However, the significant amount of time and energy required to develop the written content you need may very well be disproportionate to its benefit-especially when you remind yourself that you are an entrepreneur, not a writer.
Odds are that you would prefer to leave the monotonous process of authoring articles to someone else while you made better use of your time fine-tuning the other aspects of your business.
You would prefer to have content authored by a genuine writer-someone who knows how to use the written word to maximum effectiveness.
The decision between purchasing materials and using free content may seem relatively simple. Free articles have many benefits.
They don't increase your overhead. They are easy to find. They cover topics related to your site and products. There is no delay-you can access them immediately. Free content has some immediately visible advantages.
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