Fresh content is a must for survival in this informational world. Unfortunately, many web businesses are grabbing up all the Gutenberg, and RSS feed content in site. This strategy lacks for the long-term.
There is always the problem of duplicate content. Type in a sentence from one of your article pages into Google and see how many other sites have that exact same article – word for word scrape google search results. If you don’t care about long-term results, stop here and you will still enjoy short-term financial gain. But if you are concerned about longevity and all you need is some content to work with, read on.
First of all, finding untapped free public domain content is getting difficult. Grabbing up all the free content, graphics, videos and slapping them up on a site is starting to wear thin not only with visitors but the search engines. It is not the free content that is the problem; it is how it is used.
Look at this from the standpoint of writing a research paper. Gather information from various Public Domain sources – then re-write it in a coherent manner that will not only appeal to your visitors, but will aid you in gaining Search Engine Traffic.
While registering a domain name is usually a good thing, it can have some pitfalls. One of them is when your private domain name information becomes available to the internet community through the whois system.
Whois refers to a request for information regarding the domain name registrant, administrator, tech support person and billing contact. Each of these sections must be filled with valid name, address and email information. The problem is, this information is totally public and accessible by anyone with a connection to the internet. That means anyone that wants to send you spam can access your email information with ease.
The other reason why some people seek private domain name registrations is to avoid being tracked by the search engines. Why would someone worry about that? This would mainly apply to people who have registered multiple domains for the purpose of making money with them like with Google’s AdSense program. They thought goes that a search engine could theoretically shut down all websites with the same contact information in it. This tactic is being disputed by others who argue that companies like Google have access to the main Registrar’s database of whois information and therefore bypass the private domain name registration services.
So how does it work? Simply put, another company will act like a proxy for you and put their information in your place while keeping your information available in their private database. You agree to a legal contract that officially allows the domain name registration company to act in your place. They in turn will usually offer to forward all official emails sent to them on behalf of the domain name owner.
Firstly, for those who are not already familiar with how isochronic tones work, let us take a brief look at what they do. Isochronic tones are a type of sound-based brainwave entrainment technology. Brainwave entrainment refers to the brains tendency to synchronize to an external rhythmic stimulus. If the stimulus has a frequency similar to the brains own range, the brain will tend to match it.
This is useful because the brain produces brainwaves of different frequencies, depending on your state of consciousness. For example, if you are in a state of light relaxation, the brain will predominantly produce alpha brainwaves (in the 8 – 12 Hz range), whereas the theta (4 – 8Hz) range is linked with deeper trance states and dreaming sleep. By listening to an isochronic recording that incorporates these frequencies, many people find it much easier to access specific states of consciousness at will, without having to spend years learning to meditate.
Isochronic tones are pulses of sound that are regularly spaced, and turn on and off in a precise pattern. The frequency at which the pulses repeat varies, according to the purpose for which they are being used. Unlike binaural beats, each pulse is entirely separate from the next â€” this makes it easier for the brain to follow the rhythm, making isochronic tones a very efficient method of brainwave entrainment.