I see a mail about something that I am not interested. But, I feel, it would be useful for hubbers. Can I copy that article and paste it here?
Can I do this with including Adsense or EBay or Amazon space?
Well, Can we write our article from the inspiration of any other already available article?
No you really shouldn't. You should write about things you're interested in and enjoy. Write unique content. If you take someone else's idea, then the idea is already out there, and the content is no longer really that unique. If that makes since. I mean, I guess you could as long as you didn't copy any of the original article's words or get close to the original words, but that's not going to reflect well in terms of traffic really.
You need to write good articles on evergreen subjects to get good revenue. But I'd have to say, that based on your posts I would be concerned about your ability to write in an entertaining style in good English, so you need to work on that before you even start to think about subjects.
Just a piece of unsolicited advice.. write about something that you know of.. a topic that is close to your heart. Example.. I am an internet marketer so I like mostly about stuffs related to internet marketing like Social Bookmarking Tool.
Just let your creative juices flow and do not think about the revenue thing first. Goodluck!
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