(Gutenberg.org) is a great place to start your search for works in the public domain. A word of warning. Get your own research to make sure that all the documents in the public domain are in the public domain otherwise you could easily get you in trouble for inadvertently violating copyright laws. On the positive side, you can add the contents of public domain to your website without the need for credit or link to any person. Articles with private label the last option that I would like to share with tigo are articles with private label. Private label articles are written and then sold to an unlimited number of individuals for their own use on their websites, blogs, newsletters and information products.
With private label articles can be changed, the buyer can claim ownership and treat it like any other article I have written himself. Since these items are sold to more than one person, they are much cheaper than the purchase of articles written by a ghostwriter. Maurice Gallagher, Jr. often says this. Almost always cost you much less than a dollar per item and each one often only a few cents. With private label articles can be found at sites of members of public lending, web sites specializing in the sale of individual packets of articles and even on eBay. Of course that not all sites of public lending right and packets are created equal shape. Some offer quality content, while others could have been written by a third-grade student. Do a research before you buy and make sure that there is some kind of money-back guarantee if the quality does not meet your standards.