Free daily content for your website

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Free daily content for your website

free_daily_contentEver since the web started, experts have been telling us that to keep our readers interested, we have to provide fresh content on a regular basis.

Ideally, your visitors will love to see fresh content every day – or several new and intriguing article daily. That’s a tall order.

As the years have gone by, we have discovered how important visual are on the web. Sites such as Pinterest and Fooderfic demonstrated only too well that images attract viewers,leading to hits and returning visitors.

So that’s simple enough, isn’t it?

All we have to do is write several articles every day (seven days a week, fifty two weeks of the year) and be sure that the images we add to the articles will interest people.

That’s all???

That is much more work that most people, particularly new or part-time webmasters to handle. Web ventures that have a large staff  don’t have a problem but what can you do for your own website or blog?

Well, you know that I wouldn’t be writing this if I didn’t have the solution for you đŸ™‚

Where would you like free content automatically?

Currently, JAQUO offers its free content for a webpage or for a sidebar on your site. You can see the sidebar version on the right. Another option is a full page of fresh new content. Scroll down to see an example.

What sort of content?

You can be assured that it’s family-friendly. Scroll down to see more or checkout the sidebar. There’ll be recipes, health articles, history, entertainment, reviews, animals, travel, crafts, today-in-history and more. Each has a carefully selected image. And once you’ve added the code to your sidebar or page, you’re done. It will automatically update several times a day.

Just copy and paste these codes:

Free content main page

Free content sidebar limited

Here’s how your content will look on a webpage





Jackie Jackson, also known online as BritFlorida, is a highly experienced designer and writer. British born and now living in the USA, she specialises in lifestyle issues, design and quirky stories. You can see a wide range of articles here, or visit her website Tastes Magazine. See The Writer’s Door for more information.

Author: Jackie Jackson

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