Teach Me How to Rewrite Your PLR So It’s Unique

Hi everyone! Awhile back I did a survey and polled my list about things they wanted me to teach them in blog posts. One person wrote:

This is an interesting question. I could come up with a few, but the most pressing one at the moment would be: Rewrite your PLR so it is unique. What tools to use, what techniques to use etc. Your best recommendations in this area would be most appreciated. A quick pattern or template that would enable us to rewrite them quickly would be great. Those of us that are grammatically deficient need all the help we can get… Hope this makes sense

 

So the first thing I want you to do is download these three gifts from me:

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From Sidelines to Starting Gate

Hi everyone! Last time I posted, it was about how it was to TRULY have that real, raw “newbie” feeling again, which I hadn’t experienced in over a decade but am now going through with one of my business branches that’s sorta kinda online marketing, but not 100% – Kindle fiction.

Someone emailed saying she really enjoyed the blog post, and she’d been a sideline sitter for that reason of overwhelm. She wondered how to start if that’s your mindset. So today, let’s cover that.

Specifically, she wanted to define what she could do, what she wanted to do, how she should do it, and how to start doing it.  Continue reading

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What It Really Feels Like to Be an Overwhelmed Newbie

Hi everyone! I’ve always said I stay grounded and remember what it was like to be a newbie, but I was wrong. I stayed respectful of newbies and always tried to ensure I answered their emails and helped direct them however I could, but I wasn’t remembering that feeling you have … until yesterday.

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Social Lead Chief Review

Hi everyone! I got a JV invite for Social Lead Chief and I normally avoid Facebook technology because it gets confusing to me. But I also always check things out, and when I did watch their video, it looked easy.

So I agreed to put it to the test. What it said was that you could use their tool to put surveys, polls, buzz and quizzes right in your Facebook news feed. Well I like that idea. I like it better than linking to SurveyMonkey, and I like that its purpose is to help me build a list.  Continue reading

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Teach Me How to Sell My First PLR Pack

Hi everyone! Awhile back I created a survey asking you to fill in the statement: “Teach me how to…” and here’s one I got from one of my readers:

…get over my fear of creating my first very *basic* five-article plr pack for the warrior forum. All of the other offers I see from other writers and project creators look so professionally done with the html, fonts, flashing graphics. It gets intimidating. I feel like I can’t compete with that. Can’t we just create a little pack and then sell it in the classified section of WF to see if it “takes” that way? Or do we have to do a WSO first? Thank you in advance :) Continue reading

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Teach Me How to Find a Business Model That Fits Me

Hi everyone! This was actually a two-part request, so I’m breaking it up and today only focusing on the business model part of online marketing.

There are SO many things to choose from, and whoever asked this is right – it is hard to pick one!

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