Researching Information To Develop Your Unique Content
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We live in a sea of information. And information overload is an increasingly common complaint.Part of the complaint arises because we get hit with different headlines that point to the same content. So we waste time on things that have no added value. Bummer.
When you email your list or put up content on your site, and assuming you want to generate loyalty, it's necessary that you have content others haven't seen a dozen times elsewhere.
If this makes sense to you, here are some ideas you can use to EASILY generate fresh content with a minimal amount of time and effort.
First of all, think about a subject in which you are interested. Let's say it's horticulture. Now if you're not aware of it, let me put you in the picture. Most people do web searches from Google's home page and stop there. Not at all creative. Not at all digging for information from which to develop original content.
So let's go exploring...
1 - Google has lots of tools besides just web searches. They let you check the news. (http://news.google.com) As of this writing, there are 1,680 news items listed by Google on the word horticulture. Bet you could easily do a summary of some of these articles and create your own content. But let's not stop there.
2 - Google also has "groups." (http://groups.google.com/) These are folks who like to discuss *your* subject. So now you can go even farther. Look up horticulture in their groups. Now this information is potentially gold. Why? Because you can see what it is about horticulture that lots of folks are interested in.
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