How Do I Write a PLR article?
First, research the market. Hang out in forums where Internet Marketers hang out. Get to know them. Ask questions. Pay attention to trends being talked about. Before you even begin you need to know what niches are in high demand at the moment.
Once you uncover some profitable niches, then you should decide how you will provide your PLR articles to the public. Will you sell monthly memberships for “X” number of articles? Will you sell packs of 5 or 10 articles? Determine your method of delivery before you begin writing articles.
Next, using the niches you’ve uncovered, do some quick keyword research. Find out what people are searching for within these niches. Performing this simple step will help you brainstorm article titles for your PLR articles. When you have a good idea of what people are looking for, you’ll be able to shape article topics the search engines will love as well.
Finally, write the articles. PLR articles are not meant to be in-depth feature articles. They are meant to be quick, easy-to-digest content for Web visitors. You can literally write your PLR articles using a 1-2-3 formula as follows:
- Introductory paragraph with main idea
- Supporting idea #1
- Supporting idea #2
- Supporting idea #3
Using this simple formula, you can write a nice 5- to 8-paragraph article, lending you between 300-600 words.
Tomorrow, in the third part of this series, we’ll talk about how you can start a PLR article business.
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