Create An Authority Site With Articles – 53 page Free Ebook Download
[…] Getting Content
This chapter is meant to act as a guide for helping you create
content for your site. You will also learn some of the secrets of the
trade when it comes to “content acquisition” that allows you to add
content to your site that you didn’t even write yourself.
Let’s say you have decided to start your first article for your
Content Site site. You have decided to make it a general article, an
overview about parrots. You have two options here. You can do up
an outline, do the research and write it yourself, or you can use an
An article directory is, in plain English, a source of well-written
original articles that are free for the printing on your web Content
What a time saver! Here’s an example of a parrots article
from an article directory that you could use on your parrot Content
Site. This will give you an idea of the quality and detail of articles
you could source for your site.
You will notice the article has a good overview of some of the areas
you wished to cover in your map. A word about article directories.
With some of them you cannot alter content and must use all links
mentioned in articles. You must also leave the author’s name on
This may work for you so long as it is a quality article,
as your whole point is to provide good parrots information for your
parrot Content Site site.
Before we continue, here’s another suggestion for article content
that you do not have to write. You can source private label rights
articles from writer’s groups who specialize in writing good, stand
alone pieces for web site publication. Generally a “package” of
articles is 25 on a variety of things relating to your chosen subject.
For instance, you could source a package relating to parrots, and
get everything from training to speak to care for the senior parrot.
Private Label rights articles do come with a price tag, but are not
horrendously expensive and may be well worth considering. For
instance, if you join a PLR club you can get hundreds of PLR articles
for as little as 15 cents or 20 cents each. Also, with these articles,
you can alter them in any manner you want.
Example starts here:
I have a 6 yr old Senegal parrot that I hand fed. My Senegal is
named Sunni and he has a vocabulary of about 6 words. He can
imitate many noises such as, the microwave, smoke alarm, running
water and telephone.
He has a sweet little personality and has
bonded very well with me. I am able to handle him anytime, day or
night, and he has only bitten me once when he was a few months
old. He will let others handle him, but has bitten on quite a few
occasions. Most Senegal parrots are as friendly as Sunni. I have
learned alot about parrot feed and nutrition while caring for my
The most important thing in raising a parrot is their nutrition. Most
people are led to believe that a diet of just seeds is adequate for
these birds, but it is not. In the wild Senegal’s will eat different
foods such as fruits, vegetables and nuts. I feed a variety of foods
to keep my senegal parrot healthy. His main diet consists of
commercially made parrot pellets.
There are a few different brands
of pellets out there is different shapes, colors and flavors. Some
parrots will take to one kind and not another. Check out this
website Caring for a Senegal Parrot for a list of companies that sell
parrot pellets to get free samples. Care must be taken when
switching over from a regular diet to pellets. You should only
change their diet about 10% each week.
I supplement my senegal parrot’s pelleted diet with fresh fruits and
vegetables. Avacodos and chocolate are POISONOUS to parrots and
should never be fed. Sunni’s favorites foods are grapes and apples.
It is very interesting watching a parrot eat a grape. Sunni “unzips”
it with his beak, sucks out the inside, and drops the skin.
This also keeps him pretty busy. Parrots like to “forage” for their food so it is
recommended that you put bowls in various positions in the cage.
Senegal parrots are drawn to colorful foods and also like things in
different shapes and sizes, so experiment!! You can cut up carrots
into sticks or squares. Some birds will only eat cooked or steamed
veggies and some like them fresh. I like to stick some broccoli in
his cage bars and make it look like a tree. Sunni has a blast picking
Noodles and grains are also good for parrots. I do give him meat
every once in a while and he eats that heartily! I feed corn bread,
wheat bread, whole wheat or white noodles, and white or brown
rice. An easy way to get a parrot to eat some veggies is to puree
them in a blender and use the liquid with a little water to make a
batch of cornbread according to the box directions. I cut these in
little “bars” and freeze half for easy thawing.
Seeds and nuts are an important part of a parrots diet, but should
be given in moderation as treats since they are high in fat. They
love sunflower seeds! I also give some spray millet as a treat.
I have also purchased some treat dispensers for birds where they
have to work a treat through a maze before they can eat it. It is
very important for parrots to stay busy and not get bored as they
tend to develop bad habits such as feather picking. […]
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