How to Find Free Legal Expired Content That (Often) Passes Plagiarism Checks

This is for newbies and intermediates, not for experienced blackhats.

If you struggle to find free quality content, whether to repost to your blog or just to use as an inspiration for your future work, don’t go any further.

I will show you how to dig out just this kind of content for free, quickly, easily and in accordance with all laws. How you will use this content is up to you …

If you are interested in full article, I wrote to this topic, it is here. If not I’ll go straight to the method.
We will scrape articles from the archived versions of once-extremely-popular article directories, that do not exist anymore.

Let’s start this adventure with our Smartial Search.
We’ll enter the main keyword “article directory”, leave the additional keywords empty and hit the search button. Then we will sort the results by the number of pages (descending).

We can see that one of the sites at the top of the search results is Those of you who swim in these waters for some time probably remember this website, once it was probably the biggest competitor of article marketing behemoth

It used to be one of the top players – nevertheless – Articledashboard also did not stand the test of time and a few years ago it disappeared in somewhere the dark of the Internet Oblivion.
Now we can either click on the corresponding link, or better yet, take the articledashboard url and go streight to the Smartial Scanner.

In the scanner, enter the url “” (to filter out from the results those pages that do not contain articles) and check the option to keep subdirectories (this is a feature which I wrote about earlier today). You will have to wait a bit, full lists of 100k URLs may take some time.

The scanner gave us almost 100k results and since we need to process them, we click on the “copy to clipboard” button and open our favorite spreadsheet processor. In my case it’s MS Excel, but you can use whatever you like.

We filter the results according to what we want to achieve, for example, I filtered articles containing the keywords “grow” and “plants” in the title (url), at the same time.

I will copy the filtered list of articles to the clipboard and go to our Article Extractor... and the time of harvest has come, gentlemen.

Enter all URLs into the extractor and it extracts texts from the individual articles in bulk.

If you’re lucky enough and depending on the niche, you can also find content that has long since dropped out of the cache of the search engines (if it’s ever been there) and the plagiarism checker may give you 100% uniqueness.

Thats all. Sqeeeze the resource to the fullest, then you can get back to the step 1 and repeat with another failed article directory.

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