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Finding Public Domain Materials On and Offline
There are several public domain websites on the Internet that offer nothing else except public domain works. And, of course, there are many marketers (some famous and some not so famous) selling public domain material. The most recent addition to this group was Russell Brunson with his fascinating collection of ‘The Lost Files’. While this is an amazing package, the problem is that of redundancy – the books have been on the market through other public domain marketers for almost a year, and already have a lot of competition in their niches. Where to focus? Always keep an eye out for great content, but remember that anything sold in a package is something the marketer thought they could make more money off by selling to newbie marketers rather than work on it themselves. One resource you should definitely look at is: http://www.
nichepd.com This is a very useful package. In fact, there is even a free public domain work provided on this website. Other than public domain packages, there are dozens of online public domain portals. But remember, if you don’t already have a great idea in mind (and thus a matching niche to search in), you could spend a lot of time browsing through public domain works and checking up on their profitability.
Many online marketers discount the actual hustle and bustle of searching for public domain works in libraries and bookstores to be an unbearable burden, not only on your daily time but also on your mental capacity. But hang on, is it really that difficult? Considering that if you really find a good niche through your Internet research and the possibility of profits is more like $1000 per month rather than $100 per month (as many public domain packages by themselves as sold by the marketers end up generating), wouldn’t you take out a few hours to go and find the right public domain resource? In most cases you can find the right niche, find the book title AND conduct the copyright research, all online. Then, if the work is available online, you can easily download it, or if you have to look for it in libraries, then just call your local library or bookstore and ask – it’s as simple as that. Libraries and bookstores are a wonderful source of information, public domain or otherwise. You can also get many business ideas just by browsing through the magazine section of your bookstore, or going through the old books in the library. Once again, contrary to what marketers will tell you, finding the public domain work is not hard – you just have to know where to look. .
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