What better way to market your small business or startup than to contribute quality resources about the products or services you offer. This not only will help you achieve that "top of mind" that we all are searching for, but it will help you brand yourself as an expert.
With that said The Free Resource is searching for business writers to contribute to our community of trusted resources.
The so-called "content farm" websites have taken a beating in the technology blogosphere in the course of the past few months, and with good reason. Thousands of wannabe writers are looking for a way to cash-in on their own piece of the web content pie. As a result, the quantity of the information available on the web goes up, but the quality of information available continues to go down.
A new website, The Free Resource, seeks to change that. Instead of churning out articles loaded with questionable facts from questionable sources, like Wikipedia, The Free Resource provides the reader with the information they seek, and at least three links to credible references for further reading. Unlike content farms, which aim to keep the reader clicking through more and more of their own content, The Free Resource finds the best resources on the web including information from leading institutions such as NASA, Harvard, and the Smithsonian. The end result is an article that delivers not only the information the reader wants to know, but direct access to the quality source from which the information came and additional resources that go deeper in depth about the topic at hand.
Brief Company Information: The Free Resource is a community of authors, teachers, and professional writers that we have selected to gather trusted information from around the web. Using credible reference materials and periodicals, these writers have a common goal of building sets of trusted resources and quality articles on virtually any topic. These resources can be used by businesses to gather sales and presentation information, educational professionals and teachers to build lesson plans, or by students to gather verifiable facts and information for homework help.