How to get good content for your website

Good-Content

 

The biggest complain I have heard from people when it comes to blogging is “mental block/writer’s block”. People have a hard time to come up with good content for their website or even web 2.0 properties for back-linking purpose.

I do both paid traffic and free traffic. I love both and they compliment each other. The way I think of free traffic is like long term savings. And paid traffic for short term. I know it is a little weird, but I am a bit weird myself 😉

Anywho, the downside with free traffic is you don’t get results right away. This is what turns most people off from doing free traffic. But the benefits for long terms…priceless. Let me ask you, how many times do you search online for something specific? Whether it is for local search, or specific items that you are considering to buy. Chances are, you actually go online to read some reviews before you decide to buy anything. This is why content is king.

So today, I am sharing a strategy that gives you an unfair advantage in producing good content for your site, web 2.0 properties, article marketing, or even a baseline for your video marketing content.

I just posted this video tutorial, it’s a little over 9 minutes long and you can apply it right away.  Watch the video below.

What you need/resources mentioned in the video:

1) www.expireddomains.net
2) www.google.com
3) web.archive.org/
4) Spin rewriter tool (whatever you currently use)
5) Plagiarism check site like copyscape.com

 

How to get good content for your website

 

Enjoy,

Val

Comments

  1. Way cool! Some extremely valid points! I appreciate you penning this
    article and also the rest of the website is really good.

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