Who else needs quality content for your blog?……. That will be all of us then 🙂

Your life as an authority blogger will constantly revolve around one thing – what to write about! The list of content you will need is endless. Content for your  free reports and ecourses, your website (if you still have one), your articles, your newsletters and of course most importantly you will need content for your blog.  So where can all this blog content come from?

 

Article Directories

A great way to get content for your blog is  to use some article directories.  When looking for blog content you have several options. I personally recommend that you use several of these suggestions to add a variety of content to your blog(s).

I’ll start with a few of my favourites…

Article directories like EzineArticles.com, LadyPens.com and ArticleBase.com are packed with quality articles that you can reprint on your site. The only requirements are that you do not edit the article in any way and that you include the author’s resource box (or bio) at the end including the link or two that the author has included to his/her website.

It’s a win-win situation. The author gets free advertising. You, the publisher, get free content.

There are three negatives to using this type of article.

•    First you’re sharing the same exact articles as everyone else that uses that directory. This is not a big deal at all if you’re using the article in your ezine but it can be if you are using it directly on your blog. To overcome that you can write an introduction to the article, and preferably a wrap-up statement or recommendation at the end – depending on how much you write it will be viewed as a brand new piece of content.
•    Second is the very difficult issue of finding quality content. Gone are the days of grabbing any old free reprint article. You want Expert Content only – and many of the article directories have “bleck” articles.
•    Third is the issue of posting those darn links in the author resource box. You’re basically advertising for someone else for free. Ouch.

Good news! I can help you with the free advertising part in the next section of this article.

Use Extra-Special Free Reprint Articles.
Oftentimes ebook owners and other marketers with affiliate programs offer articles with a twist. You get to replace the link(s) in the author resource box with YOUR affiliate link for that program.

Here you’ll find many articles that meet that criteria:  http://freeaffiliatearticles.com/wp/

OR, if your favorite Experts regularly offer reprint articles, ask if this is an option for you.

That way, the expert still gets free advertising. And, you, the publisher, still get great content. But, you can also benefit by earning affiliate commissions as well.

This model definitely adds an increased level of appeal compared to traditional reprint articles. Wouldn’t you agree?

Write the Articles Yourself.
You can choose to write some of your web content yourself. I highly recommend that you do write much of your own content, at least on the blog where you’re trying to establish yourself as an authority.

However, there are options below that will enable you to post quality content to your website without having to write all of it yourself. (Some you can just edit and use.)  The difference in the options below is that YOU become the expert, rather than endorsing someone else as the expert.

Hire a Quality Ghostwriter or Copywriter.
A ghostwriter is a freelancer who writes for you (usually articles or reports), but you take the credit.
A copywriter specializes in writing copy that sells, and you usually take the credit.

There are many sites on the web where you can find writers. Start by asking around, or go to sites like elance.com (a job posting site) or Shelancers.com (a directory of freelancers) to look around. Having a ghostwriter on hand can keep your blog fresh and active.

My Favorite Shortcut: Stock up on PLR articles.
PLR articles stands for Private Label Rights articles. PLR articles are usually written by a ghostwriter and sold to several website owners. This means that you (and a limited number of other bloggers) can edit the articles and publish them without being required to link back to anyone or give anyone credit for writing them. You become the expert when using PLR articles.

Customize the articles, tweak them for your market, insert examples or photos or case studies and publish them on your website — or just use them as they are. Either way, you gain a lot of flexibility when working with PLR. Not only that but they are very affordable.

So, How do you Find a Good PLR Service?
Simple. Find a PLR site that’s been around for awhile and offers professionally-written and edited content that’s sold in limited quantities. That will ensure that you’re not getting recycled PLR, but are getting your hands on top-quality content.

Our Recommendation for Top Quality PLR, Sold in Very Limited Quantities:
EasyPLR.com has been offering the best niche plr article packs on the web since 2006.

  • Great reputation. Thousands of happy, repeat customers over the years.
  • Great quality. The content is written by Professional Writers on staff and Edited by a Separate staff member.
  • Limited Availability. You’re not sharing your articles with thousands of other people.
  • Run by a Respected Internet Marketer. Nicole Dean owns EasyPLR.com and is oftentimes called the marketer with integrity, and runs her business by her gut and her ethics, not strictly by her pocketbook.

Excellent customer support. Need any help? They are there for you.  I’m a customer at EasyPLR.com and I highly recommend their content. Check it out here.

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