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.
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!