Yes, for a fee, you can subscribe to services that will automatically feed new content to your site daily. Just what those posts say, well, who cares? What's important is that they are fresh and presumably contain many juicy, topical keywords that will draw web surfers to your page so they can see the advertising you have arrayed there and click on those ads and earn tiny fractions of a penny for you each time they do until you become famously, fabulously, frickin' rich! Nice non-work if you can get it.
The content services assure us that their products will make readers "view you as the authority on the subject" (whatever the subject may be -- guess they decide). And the best news? The entries are prepared by English majors and other skilled writers, so no need to fear grammatical embarrassment.
As one service notes so reassuringly: "The solution for people like you and I is to use content that we get from alternate sources."
Here at NAME THAT CAR!, however, you can be confident that all material is unique. Real unique!
Does get me thinking, though. Maybe I should be a content supplier. Maybe this will be more lucrative than the foreign banking transactions that have yet to work out. What think? Would you pay Headley Gasket a small fee to have scintillating posting like this routed automatically to your blog? Hey, stranger things have happened.
Like the vehicle you see here, for instance. Pick one, baby.
- 2004 Porsche Cayenne S
- 2003 Alfa Romeo Kamal
- 2007 Audi Q7
- 2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca