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When you really believe in a product — yourself, or something else — there’s no real “selling” involved. You’re just excited, because you believe. That enthusiasm comes across in your words.
Many writers check out the news for content ideas, but few use the news as a source of ideas for PLR creation. I find lots of content ideas in business, tech, and health news. They’re my favorite topics. You may be interested in sports and celebrity news. Choose any areas which you enjoy, and which you can write about, and then watch these areas for news stories.
Hush… I’m going to share a PLR content secret with you. I’ve only shared this with a few people. This PLR content-creation method can make a lot of money for you. One of my students claims that it’s been worth $3,000 a month to him. He’s just starting out with PLR, I’ve no doubt it will be worth much more as he builds up his content inventory.
This week we’ve published a series of articles on PLR in conjunction with the release of our new program, “Write, Sell and Use PLR: Content is King". Enjoy them. :-)
Have you noticed that the Web has changed in the past 12 months? These days, you’re seeing “media rich” content on the Web. Media rich content goes beyond articles; it uses audio and video, as well as infographics.
You’re creating a blog. Whether it’s your first, or your hundred and first, you’re nervous. You need to make a decision: self-hosted, or hosted?
Article writing and search engine optimization (SEO) worked as a traffic-generation strategy for years. Eventually it was killed off by millions of articles which were created solely for the purposes of getting a click or two.
Big blogs publish many posts each day. From memory, the blog Techcrunch publishes 2,000 posts a month. That’s a lot of posts. Remember however that big blogs are publications, much as is a magazine, or a newspaper. They get the news out to their readers.
Want to write your book? Whether you’ve previously been successful in this project or not, these simple tricks will help you.
The big challenge in writing is finishing. Many new authors started their novel in November, which was National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). If you’ve ever experienced it, you know that the first week tends to go well. After that you have lots of excuses — 1001 reasons you can’t write your book.
Want to make a full time income from your writing? If you do, you’ll be pleased that it’s completely possible, and quickly too.
Want to make money writing and selling ebooks? This can become a very lucrative home business, and most of the tools you need are free.
Want to market your book? These days, there are so many strategies that you may procrastinate, because you want to use the BEST strategy.