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How To Use PLR Articles and Books

How To Use PLR Articles and Books

You would think in a world full of information that more data is the last thing we need.

Yet the Internet doesn’t use gas – it uses content to keep it running.

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What Is PLR Anyway?

What Is PLR Anyway?

Anyone who has been marketing online for any length of time has no doubt come across the term “private label rights” or “PLR”. It’s one of those areas people nod knowingly about but there is a lot of confusion around PLR. Let’s see if we can tease some of that out.

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Beating Writer’s Block – Fill Your Blog

Beating Writer’s Block – Fill Your Blog

Having to keep up a regular schedule is something many people do well. There is another cohort of us who have great intentions. Other things seem to get in the way and we find ourselves staring at a blank blog page for a few days or, even worse, weeks. Ok. Maybe months. Anyone see tumbleweeds?

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How Much Do You Repurpose Content?

How Much Do You Repurpose Content?

I’ve just been going through my files and found a bunch of product I had created … and forgot about!

IN thinking about my content I also realised I pretty much don’t follow my own advice, embarrassingly enough.

When I reflect on what I produce I use it maybe one o three times each in different platforms. Usually it will be a blog post and maybe I’ll then repurpose that as a tweet or a Facebook post and perhaps a graphic for Pinterest.

My reflection also made me realise I’d abandoned my editorial calendar and had taken to spontaneous posting both in terms of content and timing.

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Not clever.

Not recommended.

Dumb.

So, I am starting to think about Angel reinstituting my editorial calendar as well as building into it a repurposing checklist. Of course, I won’t just think about it, I will schedule in to do it … soon!

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