Constant Content Announced Today That They have Entered the Blogging Market

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Constant-Content (http://www.constant-content.com) the online marketplace where you can find unique articles for all of your offline and online needs, announced today that they have entered the blogging market.

Constant Content (http://www.constant-content.com) the online marketplace where you can find unique articles for all of your offline and online needs, announced today that it has entered the blogging market.

Chris Ross, owner of Constant Content had this to say, "We have seen a growing demand for blog entries on Constant Content. Bloggers that don't have time to write something everyday, but want to keep their blog fresh and interesting are coming to Constant-Content for content. It's a market we can't ignore and one that we only expect to get larger."

Constant Content connects writers and website/magazine publishers together in an online marketplace. With over 2500+ writers and over 10,000 unique articles for sale, it is one of the largest unique content providers on the Internet. They offer four different license types (free, usage, unique, and full rights) to meet your specific needs as well as the ability to put in a request for new or custom content.

The idea for a content marketplace was made more or less as a result of the tremendous success many webmasters are achieving with Google Adsense. With Adsense all you really need is content and Constant Content provides it. Since its launch last year, Constant Content has moved into the offline marketplace providing magazines with articles.

Constant Content has created a customer tutorial that explains the site to any new customers or anyone that is interested in content.

http://www.constant-content.com/?area=customertutorial

For more information about Constant Content, please visit its Web site at http://www.constant-content.com or call 734.468.0594.

SOURCE: Constant Content

Web Site: http://www.constant-content.com

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