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How To Blog With PLR Content - Investigation and Research - How To Use PLR Products

Blogging still remains as one of the easiest and most popular ways to have an online presence.  These content-heavy, regularly updated websites are traffic magnets with high interactivity which makes them very attractive to readers.

The downside to blogging is the amount of time and effort required to make it work.  Blogs only perform optimally only when they're updated consistently and regularly.  Sporadic postings don't do a great deal to encourage traffic or regular readerships.  

That can make successful blogging a challenge.  There are only twenty four hours in a day, and we don't always have the time or wherewithal to come up with great posts on a day in and day out basis.

This is where PLR content can help out a great deal.  You can convert PLR articles and other private label rights content into blog posts.  

You can do this on an “as needed” basis or you can create several posts at a time, loading them into your blog for automatic publication on predetermined dates.  Either way, your PLR investment can be quite helpful in this regard.

Before you start loading up your blog with a series of PLR articles, however, there are a few considerations to take into account.

First, as is the case with using PLR material as web content, you'll need to edit the materials to insure uniqueness in the eyes of the search engines.  If you're publishing an articles “as is”, you can be relatively sure, that someone else is doing the same thing.  

As such, you risk having your posts perceived by Google, and other search engines, as duplicate content.  This will hamstring your traffic generation efforts. 

Second, blog posts generally tend to be shorter than articles.  One reason why many people enjoy reading blogs is that information is presented in quick bursts instead of in long expositions.  As such, you may want to “trim down” the PLR articles to make them post-ready.  Another option is splitting a single article into two, or potentially three, different posts.

You can use PLR content to keep your blog with fresh content all the time.  If you want your blog to be a consistently read and highly regarded, you won't want to rely only on PLR alone.  You'll want to use it only to supplement your original and timelier posts.

PLR As Research Material

If you're building blogs for SEO purposes and/or traffic direction efforts, one option you have for content is using your existing PLR, edit them, repurposed them and you can tap into an endless flow of posts for your blog.  

If you're still thinking of PLR content only in terms of how you can use it directly (as in copy/paste material), you're not quite recognizing the extent of its flexibility.  Sometimes, the greatest value of PLR content is in what it can inspire.

This way PLR content can actually contribute to the creation of original text.  By supplying the owner/reader with basic information, ideas and perspectives on the topic, it can serve as a springboard for completely original content.

Something you can do first is read the article or eBooks chapter from the PLR product, then, get the main bullet points and ideas in your word processor and then write your own direct experience with each topic. This is how I personally do many of my posts. I use PLR for inspiration. The material has already been researched and the topic is of interest (you already know that) so the content will be valuable. 

PLR won't necessarily replace more traditional means of research, but it can contribute a great deal.  In some cases, where you're more interested in writing something functional and accurate than in detailed research and analysis, using PLR content as a research base can make your blogging very successful.

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