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    How difficult do you find content gathering for website and SEO purposes?

    Hi friends............
    Whether writing content for a website is really a big task?
    My view is that content of a website should reflect all necessary information.

    What's your view.. Share it...



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    How difficult do you find content gathering for website and SEO purposes?
    I do not find it difficult at all. Since I pick topics that are part of my everyday life, I just write or video blog about what I am doing.

    One of my current projects is a patio garden in containers. So I did a couple of videos about the project, and posted a couple of blogs about it.

    The real "key" to blogging, is to pick topics that you do not have to go out of your way to find content about. Pick topics that affects your everyday life in some way or another.

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    Picking niches which you are passionate at writing about would help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Jones View Post
    My view is that content of a website should reflect all necessary information.

    The task to have all the necessary information is a big one. It's eaisier to pick a subtask and become an "expert on that"

    It would be difficult on making a site on everything that you need to know about buying real estate. But if you were to pick a subtask like how to buy foreclosures like task would be a lot easier.

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    If you are writing about a niche with which you are not very familiar, you can search for information on it. I have found that Wikipedia usually has good information that you could use. You just have to rephrase it so that you're not duplicating the Wikipedia content.

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    If you have passion towards the topic and you know well about the field of study, you should be able to produce quality content. So that would not be an issue in the first place when it comes to content gathering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie View Post
    If you have passion towards the topic and you know well about the field of study, you should be able to produce quality content. So that would not be an issue in the first place when it comes to content gathering.
    Knowing the topic is very important. It's a lot easier writing quality content form your head than researching it. The benifits are that the writing will use natural language and you should be able to write the artciles quickly.

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    it is very time consuming to do research on unfamiliar niche, instead of going through a lot of headaches I highly recommend picking the right one that suits your personality or knowledge, apply only on those which you had knowledge to write.. but actually it's your choice, you will definitely learn new things after doing some research..

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    Quote Originally Posted by janicejan View Post
    it is very time consuming to do research on unfamiliar niche, instead of going through a lot of headaches I highly recommend picking the right one that suits your personality or knowledge, apply only on those which you had knowledge to write.. but actually it's your choice, you will definitely learn new things after doing some research..
    Research can be 50% of the time spent to generate an article. It's easier to write an article pack than to do a bunch of random articles.

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    I find it extremely boring and difficult. Writing is not something that interests me.
    I'm more interesting in creating turn-key types of websites. Where users create the content.
    A few example would be
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