What Do You Know About Public Domain?

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on October 6, 2009
Posted Under: Article Marketing Information

Most authors prefer copyrighting their works, however, what do you know about public domain?

A number of authors, for whatever reason, don’t mind sharing their works of literature, and freely disseminate their products.

These writers have waived all rights to their works, and have made them available for the general public to use, as public domain, in any manner they want.

Since public domain articles are not owned by anybody; they can be used, or abused, by anyone.

Do you know about public domain articles being used as a stimulant of sorts, for webmasters having creativity problems?

Well, you should.  It’s a commonly used method of stimulating one’s creative writing juices.

Public domain articles are commonly used by many webmasters, to aid them in writing their website content.

You can edit public domain articles to suit your own style of writing, and rewrite them any way you please, to make them suitable for your website.

Since the ideas are already on the Internet, it’s just a simple matter of finding an article that coincides with the subject of your website, and editing it to meet your purpose.

Do you know about public domain articles being used to generate an e-zine, or newsletters?

Many webmasters use articles found in the public domain, as a base to quickly provide content for an e-zine article, or for targeted mini sites using AdSense.

Using public domain is probably the easiest way to create articles for any purpose.

You don’t have to search the internet, or the library, for hours on end to research information to write your article about, and you don’t need to worry about being sued for plagiarism.

Public domain articles are FREE to copy for your use, however, it’s still best to rewrite these articles for the search engine robots.  You should always try to avoid duplicate content.

If you want to generate a high ranking website, all you need to do is modify public domain articles to make them keyword rich, and load up your site with content.

Now if you’re asked; “What do you know about public domain?”, you can’t plead the fifth.

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