New Season, New Approach

This always happens to me — well not always, but from time to time, maybe 98% of the time. I start off with a notion and I don’t have a plan. At least not a well thought out plan.

I got caught up in the amazing PLR providers out there and wanted to recommend them all. That got overwhelming because I am at heart a technical person with a quest for order and tranquility.

On the first day of fall, which also coincides with my youngest child’s birthday, I came up with the notion to write my own bundle of PLR on minimalism.  It’s been a month of self-discovery, let me tell you.

I started working on this PLR pack and began to debate the various ways I could prepare it. I could just write a bunch of articles, an ebook, a workbook, and a couple of reports.

I could do a series of memes, a dozen mp3s, a dozen videos with a transcript, and — well, that was the problem right there. I got caught in the possibilities.

My research skills are strong. So are my writing skills. For years, I custom wrote articles for businesses. My favorite review was from a man who operated an window business. Here’s a screenshot of that review from 2012. I was writing Web Content Studio (WCS) themed articles. (I still do.)

The screenshot of the web page below explains what WCS is — very briefly. I had to get it from the Wayback Machine because I discontinued my atechnicalwriter page which I started in 2004.

I still have one client I write WCS articles for as I have turned to providing PLR web content.

Minimalism

My PLR pack is about minimalism and on the weekend I will be posting the details. It is well researched and a very hot topic.

Watch this space for more information!

Cheers, Joanne

320,000 Words of Premium PLR

Premium (and extremely high-quality) PLR (private label rights)! That’s what this is. Create order out of chaos with an extremely useful series of time-tested and high quality PLR.

This is a gigantic package of PLR that applies to just about any site you have and any niche you have. It’s all about internet marketing and the information provides what you need to know — and what your clients and buyers need to know about coaching and creating and selling online.

Check it out here.

 

Writing Product Reviews Like a Pro

One of my main gurus Andy Williams has this great article on writing product reviews, Finding LSI Theme Words & Phrases Helps You Write Better Product Reviews.

I use his Web Content Studio software for writing themed articles and take his courses on Udemy. I thought it was worth mentioning this article here as product reviews can really pull in cash.

The software is not cheap — this is not an affiliate link — and it does have a learning curve but it does a great job of writing articles and reviews that the search engines like.