Where do you get unique content?

Started by fix.97, Aug 08, 2022, 02:15 AM

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Suitable for diluting texts in doorways or satellites.

1. Telegram chats
2. Instagram comments

What other sources do you know? Do not offer scans.


Parse closed FB groups, closed forums, web archives, and generally free and unique content in one sentence.
For example, specific social networks, functions, including content, which are available only after registration.
You can buy some kind of text generator. They are now changing and developing by leaps and bounds.

Build a semantic core and hire freelance copywriters.
Hire an author with good brains. And an editor for him. You receive immediately the content "on a turn-key basis".


Newspapers and magazines
There is not much need to think here, all these print media supply texts that can be scanned and immediately placed on the site. But, there are several points to consider:
Many modern media outlets have their own online version, which is most likely still indexed very quickly by Yandex and Google robots.
It is very likely that another webmaster is doing similar things with the same media besides you.
There is a high probability of copyright infringement. More precisely, the rights will definitely be violated, and there is a chance that they will find out about it.
What is the way out of this? We take old (Soviet) newspapers and magazines, check the uniqueness of their texts, if necessary, do a rewrite and, in general, that's it.

Paper books
The book is not only a source of knowledge, but also a source of good, unique and free content for the site.
The principles are the same as for newspapers with magazines: we do not violate copyrights (take old books — using the legacy of the USSR) and do a rewrite — if another webmaster has already taken up this book before you.

E-books are freely available
Once the book is freely available, then you don't have to worry about copyright infringement (they are either not protected, or have been violated for a long time and the author or publisher does not monitor this). T
he principles are the same: we check the uniqueness, do a rewrite if necessary and post it on the site.
Where to find them — wаrez sites, torrents, so-called electronic libraries.

Independent transfers
If you speak a foreign language at a high level (English, German, Spanish, etc.) and can do translations better than translate.google, then you have several advantages at once:
the translation is very likely to be 100% unique content;
the text may turn out to be interesting in itself, if you manage to find a good foreign resource;
..and in general, it would not be superfluous to "pump up" the ability to use a foreign language for a new purpose.
If your conscience is not "twitching", then it is quite possible to make a copy of an interesting foreign site.

Social networks
As a rule, in large social networks, especially Facebook, many people throw off small texts (500 — 1000 characters) in thematic groups — something like smart thoughts and other nonsense. Sometimes the texts are larger and are very informative.
So, you can search for groups in social networks. networks on the subject of your site, check texts for uniqueness and post them on your site.
Such texts should be regarded as an ordinary rewrite without copyright infringement, because in most cases in the social network. The networks host copies of content from various Internet resources.

Wikipedia + online dictionaries
There is nothing left but to do a rewrite. The advantage of this method is only that you can choose only one resource (for example, Wikipedia) to fill your site, and not run around the Internet in search of texts.
It should only be noted that this method is more suitable for reference sites, but it is not suitable for projects like "useful tips", "how to do this" and similar.