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“7 Incredibly Simple Ways To Profit Wildly From Public Domain Material”
If you’re in the business of marketing online, a major portion of your income will come from your ability to deliver quality content and products to your market.
Now, besides creating these yourself, one of the quickest and cheapest way to acquire all the content and products you need is in the public domain.
Whatever your requirements, you can find almost anything in the public domain. Examples include texts, audio, images, stock video, music and software...which you can flexibly use in whichever ways you want!
A word of warning though...
While a large portion of this material is "fair use", not all the works entered into the public domain database are clear of copyright restrictions.
A true public domain work is information open to the public for use, including copying, distributing and modification at no cost. Currently works published 75 years ago are considered to be public domain, while those published from 1924-1963 may be public domain - IF the copyright was not renewed.
I would highly recommend reading the public domain FAQ pages at these websites first before you use any material:
However - if you desire an easier and quicker method of monetizing the public domain, you will be amazed at what you can do at ==> http://www.miniebook.com/files.htm
Assuming you now have all the public domain content you want, the million dollar question is:
"How do I truly monetize them to create long-term profit streams?"
The answer is in these 7 simple methods:
How many mini sites in a week can you set up to sell info-products that has already been created for you? It's a no-brainer.
Public domain provides the perfect opportunity for creating an empire of super profitable mini sites that can each make money on autopilot for you. It's really a numbers game...
If one mini site generates a conservative $300 per month, ten of these would mean a nice income of $3,000 every month! What if you just concentrate on getting the formula down to a science and duplicate these mini sales machines every day? Think about it.
Apply this concept to auction listings and you can also create a fortune with public domain and eBay.
Method #2: Churn Out Complete Niche Websites
Split up public domain material and use them as pages of targeted niche content for your website. It's a simple idea but hardly anyone exploit it.
All you do is select relevant public domain books and break them down into instant content. With a little SEO skills, planning and targeted keyword-based public domain content, you can spit out new websites that ranks highly in the search engines overnight.
This is a better solution and enhancement to automated site creation tools, which being essentially carbon copies of each other, have high risks of being banned.
While it takes work, this is one quick way to develop new niche sites on demand. You can then profit from them using Google Adsense, affiliate programs and advertising revenues. This method can also be applied to blogs.
Method #3: Get Traffic With Viral Lead Generators
A proven way to generate free and highly-targeted traffic is to create lead generating mini ebooks and make them viral. This is a strategy I reveal in detail in “Mini eBook Secrets” at ==> http://www.miniebook.com.
Basically public domain material can be fully or partially used as content for your mini ebooks, which you simply create and give away to bring back traffic to your site. Adding a viral marketing effect to your mini ebooks will explode your traffic for life - without any cost to you.
Not many people are using public domain in this way and it'll be highly profitable for you to do so.
Method #4: Follow-up For Maximum Profits
It's a proven fact that following up with your prospects through an autoresponder sequence or ecourse is bound to increase your sales. This is where you can use content from the public domain to great effect.
If you can cut and paste, you can create a quality ecourse with public domain works. It's as easy as it gets.
Method #5: Achieve Instant Recognition And Credibility
This one is good - split the public domain book's content into hundreds of articles with YOUR name and resource box on them.
Then simply submit these 'instant' articles and sit back. Your personal branding and name recognition will skyrocket beyond belief! You'll also receive credibility and expert status with your articles, provided they're good.
By the way, get this free report to populate your articles on thousands of sites and ezines:
Method #6: Create Multiple Products At Lightning Speed
Have you thought about repackaging and creating different products out of public domain material? Just changing the format can vastly increase the perceive value and worth of the product.
You can take a public domain book and split it up into modules, create audio recordings or market it as a paid subscription newsletter for tons more profits than just selling it as a single ebook. Just changing the format can vastly increase the perceive value and worth of the product.
Another idea is to combine a few books with a common topic as a themed package. You can then sell resale rights to it and generate instant backend cash. Or create a high-ticket item by combining manuals, audio and dvds together.
The possibilities are huge!
Method #7: Use Them As Special Bonuses
Public domain material make excellent bonuses for your main product when you're looking for increased value. Other uses of bonuses include:
As extra incentives for your affiliate promotions; as incentives for publishing articles; or even for a simple purpose like clicking to a site. You get the idea :-)
Apply these 7 methods and your traffic, sales and income will surely surge.
If you're ready to profit wildly from public domain material, check this out now ==> http://www.miniebook.com/files.htm
Copyright 2005 Ewen Chia
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