A Stream of Original Content for Your Sites: Human-Created but Semi-Automated?

One of the most important elements of website building, blogging, SEO, and Internet Marketing, is having original, unique, useful, and human content – for your website pages, your blog posts, your article submissions, your newsletters, and just about anything.

One of the most important elements of website building, blogging, SEO, and Internet Marketing, is having original, unique, useful, and human content – for your website pages, your blog posts, your article submissions, your newsletters, and just about anything.

I have found numerous ways speed up the submission of content online.  With Trafic Kahuna I can post variations of an article to up to 30 blogs at a time, even having the submissions paced out at one every 6 hours.  And I have found other services which do similar tasks – submit your article in variations, to numerous directories, etc.  Provide high PR blogs where you can post articles and link to your sites (Traffic Kahuna does that too).

Where I feel like I am tripping over sticks is on the creation or acquisition of the content itself.  Sure, I could sit down and write 10 articles a day.  That would then leave me with no time for research, site building, promotion, tweaking, social networking, commenting, etc.

What I have been wishing for was some way to get new original content, smoothly, easily, and cheaply.

One could go to Rent-a-Coder and pay for articles to be written.  This involves bidding, waiting for a response, and paying at least several dollars for each article.  It would be good to have something cheaper and simpler.

Well today I stumbled upon a new system called Content Conveyor.

This uses a web-based account, combined with a software program, to allow you to set up a continuous stream of original content for your websites, blogs, articles, or anything.

Once you set it up, other real live human beings will see what is needed and they can perform the task for you.  You are then informed when it is completed, and you can export the content in the format of your choice.  That is the program in a nutshell, without going into a lot of details.  You will be informed when one of your tasks is completed, and you can then accept or reject the job before payment is issued.  You can then export the content (in plain text, html, etc., as you choose) and use it in your website or blog.

One of the best things about this is that it is extremely inexpensive.  You might pay around 10 cents for a paragraph to be written.  You can also set other options so as to ensure that only qualified people are able to perform your jobs.

In a nut shell – imagine if every day when you come online to work on your websites or Internet Marketing ventures, you found a stream of newly created, original content, fit to your exact needs and keywords, just waiting for you to post it, publish it, email it, exchange it, or whatever the need may be.

Once you get the hang of it, this can become semi-automatic.  As you can set up your projects ahead of time and state how many times you want the project to be done.  After this you just wait for the responses and reject or approve them as they come.

I am testing out Content Conveyor now but I thought you should know about it.  This definitely looks like a possible answer to many of of our “original content troubles” and the time saved could make all the difference in the speed of expansion of your online endeavors.

For more information you can check out the Content Conveyor website.  If you do try it, please comment back to let me know how it goes for you.

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One Response to “A Stream of Original Content for Your Sites: Human-Created but Semi-Automated?”

  1. JK Swopes@How can I make money online
    August 11, 2008 at 9:31 am #

    Wow….I never heard about this. For article writing and niche sites this could be golden!

    Thanks Anna…I will be checking this one out.

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