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How to Create Articles Using Public Domain Material!
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My wife and I flew to Ottawa for a few days to introduce the grandchildren to their new uncle. It was amusing to see the 5' 8" uncle with three "children" all over 6' tall *8>) I didn't have much time this week to work with the Impact Web Audio program *8>) With a little more work, my voice may actually be acceptable for web audio.
Need quality articles for your newsletter, or to provide content for your web site? Public domain material may be the way to go.
How to Create Articles Using Public Domain Material!
There are many webmasters that find writing articles for their site to be a very tedious task. Many people who need to write articles also procrastinate as much as they can to delay the amount of writing they need to do. Many people dread writing articles because they find researching the topic and writing down original material is too taxing for them.
You need to have your creative juices flowing. Simply downloading an article would be plagiarism or tantamount to stealing. This is not always exactly the case. Have you ever heard of public domain material? There are articles written by many authors that have declared their works to be public domain, or works on which the copyright has expired. This means anybody can use it for whatever purpose they want. Disney is big on using material on which the copyright has expired and turning it into new copyrighted material - Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, and so on.
While most authors prefer to copyright their work to protect their rights, there are a number who do not mind sharing their work. Public domain articles are not owned by anyone and can be used and abused by everyone. The writers rights have been waived or have expired and may use the material any way you see fit.
Write Articles Using Public Domain
You can use public domain materials to help you write your articles. With public domain books, articles, and speeches you can simply edit them to your own style and rewrite them as you please to make the material suitable for your needs. Once you find the right article on the topic or subject you want, all the ideas are there ready and waiting for you to use.
This is probably the easiest way to write articles. You do not need to scour the library or the internet for hours for information or start an article from scratch. If you are an editor or webmaster who is looking for articles to fill a site and to generate a high ranking for the web site in search engine results, you can just modify an article by infusing keywords and keyword phrases related to your site.
A webmaster or web site operator does not risk the chance of getting sued for copyright infringement for using public domain material, because, once again anybody can use it. Writing an article by using public domain material will not require as much work as writing one from scratch. This obviously will save you a lot of time.
Save Time and Money
Another factor in using public domain articles for your site or for any project is that you save a lot of money or time. You do away with the need to spend the time or money to hire experienced and seasoned writers to write your articles. While a single five hundred word article would only set you back $10 to $15, hundreds of articles to fill the needs of your site will cost you thousands of dollars.
For those who need articles to generate newsletters or an ezine, public domain articles are very beneficial. You do not need to count on your contributors or pay writers to write articles for your newsletter or ezine. You can fill all the pages without any cost or the worry of being sued and pursued by the copyright holders. You can simply copy the articles and place them in your newsletter and ezine.
Public domain articles are a virtually untapped resource that many people fail to value highly. These articles are filled with the keywords and keyword phrases that have been deemed so valuable. Any Internet-based business or site that wants to rank high in search engine results should be using public domain materials.
The number of article and content writers has grown significantly due to the rise in the demand for articles. As newer and newer topics and subjects have arisen, there are many demands for new articles to be written. An industry has been formed and there is a worldwide demand.
Public domain articles have given a great alternative to those who are cash strapped as well as those who do not have the time or the skills to write articles for themselves.
Searching for public domain articles is as easy as 1 – 2 – 3. You can use search engines and do searches in many directories for the topic or subject that you need. Read them and copy and paste them into a word processing program and then simply edit them to suit your needs.
Until next time…
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