Do you know where you can get free content for your article to be posted in your blog or website for your article marketing?
Yes, you can find it at public domain magazine publications and you do not even have to give credit to anyone. But how are you going to about finding magazine in the public domain, is it hard?
There are almost half a million magazine with different titles in the public domain right now and you can find that each of the titles has a variety of volumes and issues. The chances are there a whole lot of contents out there and with these voluminous different titles you would have no problem to find one of those be in your niche and expertise.
If you are lucky enough to find one in your niche, and as long as they have published some volumes and issues before, you can have contents all to yourself for more than you need for the rest of your life for that niche.
If you can find many public domain magazine of that sort in your niche today, that mean that there had been people who are already interested in it a long time ago. Basically knowledge do not change much over time, it just need some updating like the language you would use today.
Back in the 1900s, if you have done some researching before, people do read magazine to look for information either for pleasure, to learn something new or was interesting or to buy something they want.
These were some basic core things that people then were interested in and that was why magazine were being published to fill the needs just like we do today.
Where to find these past magazine for your free content and need not have to pay for anything and are free to use it whatever way you want it?
Go to BooksGoogle.com and you will find a massive resource of magazine for public domain articles for grabs.
You can next go to Archive.org and you will be surprised how all these magazines are catalogued and how easily you can retrieve it for your consumption.
If you still cannot find what you are looking for, next stop you can go to Ebay.com. Drop in your keywords and hunt around a bit and you certainly you would not be disappointed as they have literally thousands of old magazines you can imagine for you to pick.
You will find that articles in BooksGoogle.com and Archive.org are downloadable as they are all in digital format, and it is very convenient for your cutting and pasting needs.
Except of course what you buy in Ebay.com will be a physical product and you will have to do some manual copying and compiling yourself by typing the text that you want all over again, not that you like typing but you have no choice.
With a little bit of experimenting and persistency, in no time you will be able to fill your blogs and articles with a never-ending free supply of contents from your public domain magazine contents for your article marketing needs.