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Let Your Visitors Write the Content
By: KC Morgan
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    Does your web site seem to lack something essential to attract visitors -- namely content? And worse, do you not know where that content is going to come from? Fear not. This article will discuss an option you may not have considered before: letting your visitors write the content.

    Writing content, even for those who love nothing better than typing, isn’t easy. In fact, writing content can be a pretty time-consuming chore. But no Web site can survive without lots of content to bring in lots of visitors.

    This leaves Webmasters with two choices: they can either create the content themselves, or they can pay writers to do it for them. Both options are costly: you will either spend time or money (sometimes both) to get the content you crave.

    But why not choose yet a third path, and let your visitors write the content themselves? After all, why pay someone when you can tempt traffic into creating content for free?

    Through careful page design, great images and plenty of features, you give traffic a lot to see and do on your site. You offer all of these great features to them for free…so why shouldn’t they start to pay you back a little for all your effort? Why should you trouble yourself with content when you can get them, the traffic, to do the writing?

    Learn how to let your visitors write the content, and take advantage of the interactive nature of the Internet. After all…the content exists for them, right?

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