Where to Get Your Ezine Content

Coming up with your own content is always a challenge when publishing your own online eZine.

No matter what topic you’ve chosen to publish on your eZine, types of contents can more or less be classified into four groups namely factual content, case studies, short tips or how-tos and mini stories.

Besides writing your own content, you can also get unique content by interviewing an expert in the topic of your choice. No more cases of writer’s block for you because here, the interviewee will do all the work. And because essentially, these interviews are free, you need to give the interviewee something valuable in return – say free dinner or maybe tickets to a concert.

If you can afford to hire a ghost writer and take credit for the work, you may do so. There are many places online where you will find reliable freelance writers to write your content for you. You can search using your favorite search engine for this.

Another way for you to get good content is through public domains. Public domain only means that the articles/blogs your are reading are NOT protected under US copyright law. As long as nobody claims to own them, it is safe for you to use. This is a great way to get good quality content without having to spend a dime for it.

These public domains include all works published before 1923, and some that are publish up until 1978. Works pertain to written materials such as reports, articles and books.

Using public domain information by republishing and rewriting/repackaging them is a great way for you to get quality articles. It can save time and effort because you don’t have to write them yourself. You need not stress yourself out thinking of what kind of content you need to publish next. The greatest thing about it is that you don’t have to pay royalties and copyright fees for them.

If publishing great articles without having to spend anything appeals to you, then I advise you try this method.

For more Information on eZine Publishing visit http://ezinedirectory.org

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