This was discussed a while back but you can get free premium access to Encyclopedia Britannica online if you regularly write on the Internet. You can apply here. I've been using it for 2 years now. I applied just using my HubPages profile URL.
I just tried. It didn't recognize the HubPages profile URL, so I used my blog URL and added the HP one in the comments box. Whether they accept it or not remains to be seen, but the application is in the works anyway.
What is the benefit of having a subscription to the site? Is it just a research resource, or does it somehow provide an SEO benefit?
Many people may not realize that if they have a library card for their local library, you can almost always access your district's library online -- and thereby have access to nearly the entire digital library from home.
Thank you UninvitedWriter! So very sweet of you to share this resource. I have signed up, and they reply within 4 working days so I await the email. I used to have a set, but they got old and we disposed of them through a charity. I am excited at the very thought of having access to them now.
The reality is -- it is the very old encyclopedias that have comprehensive history and information unedited by current politics. Anyone truly interested in real history and knowledge should have several sets from different eras. I do. They are quite bulky and quite enlightening. Never let a really good set of 'elderly' encyclopedias leave you, you'll never find the same depth of information again.
Thank you UW. I had to submit a single hub for the URL, then added I published on hubpages and linked to my profile page, in the comments section. Not sure that last link was necessary, but just received me e-mail approval.
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