Press releases are available from a wide variety of sources. They provide an excellent source for quality content and they can be edited to meet your particular requirements.
In addition to using other people's news releases you can also generate your own. These can be used on your own site and also distributed to third parties via services such as prweb.com.
Sometimes you will find press releases on the individual company sites, other times there will be an industry body the distributes news releases to all appropriate parties and usually they will make them freely available on their web site.
Usually news releases come in a format that allow you to edit them. This can be particularly useful if you want to include some of your chosen keywords and phrases. Obviously, it is not ethical to change the meaning of the press release by adding inappropriate words and phrases, but it is fine if the words and phrases you add do not change the press release to the point where it is no longer accurate.
If you have a lot of news items to include it can be worth splitting them into months and have a parent page for each month with subpages underneath. This allows you to create a significant number of pages for your site with very little effort.
Contact Pages are are great way to engage with your visitors and demonstrate that you are a real person rather than simply an anonymous web site.
This is the index page for all your articles. By using the sub-age feature of XSitePro you can automatically generate a professional looking index just by creating sub-pages and then right clicking on the main articles page and selecting "Insert Links to All Sub-Pages".
A quick and easy way of adding content to a site is to create a resources list. This can be anything from a simple list of appropriate web sites or it can be a full blown directory that includes mini-reviews of each of the sites listed.
For some niches you will find that there is an abundance of free press releases available. This is particularly true of the technology industry, but many other market places also generate significant volumes of news.