Online Business Products Pt 4

This post was written by Tony-Online on April 6, 2010
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The “Tomorrow” I referred to in my last blog got pushed out by the holidays. Hope you enjoyed a great Easter, Passover or whatever you may have celebrated in recent days.

In my last blog, I was talking about ways you could generate info product even if you don’t think you have any useful knowledge or writing ability. Perhaps you’ve tried several times and come to the conclusion that you really can’t come up with anything acceptable on your own. Even so, you have other choices available to you. As long as you have a good idea of a subject you want to provide information on here’s a couple of approaches you can consider.
•    There are services available to anyone on the web where someone like you can go and post a request to have an article written for you. is one example.

As an example, on elance, I searched for writers without stating a specific subject. The search result tells me there are over one hundred thousand authors available. To be more specific about the subject, I then searched “Raising Children” and a list of over 300 writers was returned in the result.

What you would do is enter the subject you want an article written about. It is up to you to provide as much detail as you can about what you want and writers will bid on the job. Then you choose a writer, they prepare an article per your direction, you pay them, and the article is yours to monetize and publish as your own in whatever media you want.
•    You can buy the marketing rights to articles on any number of subjects and you may find something available that suits your needs. This is a great way to get something written on any given subject when you find writing is beyond your present ability.

You might be concerned that you are receiving an article that already exists on the web; in other words, the article sent to you is not original. There are free softwares available which enable you to verify that any given article is not a copy of an existing article.

Type in the phrase “Duplicate Content” and a list of a number of softwares will be returned. Choose one such as “Article Checker” and follow the directions to check your article and find out if it is similar to anything already existing on the web.

I’ll continue with more on info-products tomorrow.

An original blog written by Tony Neilson and published at April 06/10

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