Reprint-Content.com launch - free reprint content article database provides copyright free material
Added: (Sun Feb 12 2006)
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Kaizen Publishing Inc. is very pleased to announce the launch of its free reprint article directory - http://www.reprint-content.com. This newest addition to its family of virtual properties provides users with fully searchable access to a rapidly growing selection of free to reprint articles.
When asked about the reasons for the latest addition Eric Koshinsky, CEO of Kaizen Publishing Inc. stated that the move was made for "strategic purposes". "Our systems use multi-channel distribution of all the content on http://www.reprint-content.com. This provides great benefit to both the publishers and authors by making the free exchange of content so much simpler. We we have happy users, we're happy too." noted Koshinsky.
Article marketing has been around for quite some time. However in the last 6 months or so it has seen a real surge in popularity. It provides more than just name recognition for the authors. When properly executed article marketing can provide a very positive influence on search engine rankings. As people have noticed the multiple benefits that come out of distributing free reprint content articles more and more have started trying it out.
reprint-content.com provides an easy to use meeting place for authors and publishers to free exchange their ideas and content. Businesses and people who wish to distribute free articles as a way of promoting their business simply need to register for an account and start submitting your articles. "The whole process takes less than 2 minutes" stated Koshinsky.
For those who are in need of content, all you need to do is either browse the human edited article directory, or search. You then have the option of saving any articles you have or print them off. You can also subscribe to article RSS feeds for automatic updates of any category in the article directory. Once you have the content it is up to you to use it profitably.