How To Create An Income Using PLR Content

One of the most challenging tasks is keeping your website updated with new content.

There are two immediate reasons for this.

1) You want your readers to come back for more.
2) You want the search engines visiting your site often, to keep the listings fresh.

This takes time and sometime you just don’t have that extra time available.

So this is where PLR (Private Label Right) have a lot of promise.

You can now leverage the time of other people and get a vast collection of information in a short while.

Note, I ma not saying a vast number of articles or postings.

Because, just dumping in the PRL content in your blog is not going to help you.

Your readers may recognise the content from other places, may not recognise your style and voice, and surely the search engines will recognise the contents from other sites and, while they may not penalise you, they are also not going to show your site in the search results.

So, bear in mind, PLR is a great help, but you still need to add your personal touch.

If you are going to use PLR content as an input for your own writing you will need a steady supply, and there are many membership sites where this is possible.

One of these sites is Matt Callen’s

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A few extracts from the site.

Matt Callen SimplyPLR Unique PLR Niche Content for Article Marketing

You can get 225 new articles each month.

Matt Callen SimplyPLR Unique PLR Niche Content for Article Marketing
You can monetise the PLR articles with Adsense.

If you build 100 sites that earn $1.00 per day in adsense income you are making $100 dollars per day. When you decide to increase your income, you simply increase the number of sites that you own.

You can use your PLR sites to conduct what is called Arbitrage. This is where you bid on very low paying Pay-Per Click terms to get traffic to your site. Your article site is displaying Googles own ads to the visitors. The visitors that are sent to you by Google click on your ads.

When the visitor clicks on your ads you earn income from Google. You set up your adwords campaign so that you make more on the clicks than you spend on advertising. This is an effective strategy to get traffic to your site.

Another strategy for traffic is to rewrite the PLR articles so that they fit your niche. Submit these articles to the major directories.

The most crucial element of building a moneymaking empire with articles is to have a cohesive plan on the niche that you are targeting.

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What Everybody Ought To Know

About Getting Paid For Tweeting and Posting


Why Am I Sharing This Information

Because I know it is possible.

Having paid over $10000 in the last couple of years to
have somebody else writing tweets, and posting on my
Facebook page for a Fashion project I know that this
is real.

Maybe you are looking for ways to make an extra income
and have trouble finding something that you can start
doing immediately. It may require little specialised
knowledge, however it is something that does take time.

What is it about time

Time is the whole secret here.

You see, we all *sell* our time in one way or another.

Study spend the time and get a well paid job.
Work spend time doing something that has value to the company and get paid.
Watch TV spend time doing nothing and get entertained.

So everything is about time and you may have some spare time, that you can use.

I have time but I have nothing to offer

In this Internet time many companies are looking for ways to
get in contact with customers.

It used to be advertising, now social media is the new hot thing.

But, many companies do not really get social media and that is
where you have an opportunity.

You can get paid for tweeting and posting on Facebook.

Why would anybody get paid to send tweets and posts on Facebook

The marketing budget of companies is now being shifted from
traditionally advertising to social media.

And while there is a good knowledge of how advertising work
it is people who already use twitter and Facebook that are
in demand now.

An advertisement, like

‘Buy these new headphones, with great features and a good price’

will not work as well as a tweet from a friend saying

‘I bought these new headphones, with great features and a good price’

This is Social Proof.

If you like a product your friends may be more interested in getting it themselves.

But what did you get in return for the tweet? Nothing.

What Are Typical Tasks

Some of the most typical tasks are

  • Posting status updates to Facebook
  • Updating blog posts
  • Commenting on YouTube videos
  • Posting tweets to Twitter
  • Uploading videos to YouTube
  • Replying to comments on Facebook

How much do you have to work

This is really up to you. There are no guarantees of a minimum income,
because one person may put in 4 hours a week another 40 hours.

In fact, you are the one deciding how much your income will be.

When should you start

Now is a good time!

Start small, find one task, do it well and consistent then
add an extra job.

Consistency is what is needed in this task, it doesn’t help neither
you nor your client, if your tweets are once every 3 weeks.

If you do not think you can put some time aside for your task regularly
then this is not for you. Just saying…

Want to know more

You probably have other questions that I have not answered.
Naturally I can not tell you everything about getting paid
for tweeting and posting on Facebook in this short blog post.

If you want further information have a look at this site.


Overview of Market Samurai The 4 Golden Rules of Profitable Keyword Research

Overview of Market Samurai

Market Samurai is a set of keyword research tools designed to help Internet marketers quickly identify money making niche markets as well as sets of keyword phrases around which they can achieve high ranking. However, that’s not all it takes to make money in niche marketing. If you select keywords that are not directly related to triggering a “buy response”, then your chances for making money are drastically reduced. Market Samurai is perfect for Internet marketers who don’t want to spend hundreds of hours deliberating over potential niche markets and keywords only to end up with a website that attracts tiny amounts of non-buying traffic. Here’s how it works.

Market Samurai’s set of keyword research tools goes far beyond the capabilities of what Google’s Adwords keyword selector tool offers. In fact, today you may be totally confused with Google’s tool as it is continually changing formats. The latest rendition of the tool is very different from the last version. You may very well leave the Google Adwords tool exasperated by how cumbersome it is to do simple keyword research.

Let’s take a step back and understand why keyword research is the backbone of any successful Internet marketing strategy. Keyword research is the basis for any good SEO campaign. Your success is dependent on how well you did your keyword research. Keyword research is the very first thing you do when planning a new online campaign. It is the point where a staggering 99% of marketers fail.

Why do so many marketers fail in keyword selection? They fail because they choose keyword phrases that have minimal commercial value, or for which they cannot achieve significant ranking and the traffic that goes with that high ranking. Market Samurai’s protocol involves 3 Golden Rules for creating a successful online niche marketing campaign. If you fail at any one of these three areas, your efforts will be for naught.

Golden Rule #1: Select Relevant Keywords for Targeted Traffic

Have you ever generated a list of keywords, but some of them seem odd? For example, the keyword phrase ‘arthritis cats’ is difficult to use in a sentence. In fact, flipping the words in the phrase makes more sense giving ‘cats arthritis.’ This is an example of targeting a keyword phrase that may be irrelevant because it is missing another word or the words are flipped. Use the Keyword Research module to help weed out irrelevant keywords.

Golden Rule #2: Target High Traffic Keywords

If you are going to spend hundreds of hours writing articles, posting to blogs, commenting in forums, creating Digg, Stumble or other social bookmarking efforts, then you need to make it worth your time and effort. You must only target keywords that have significant traffic. Why spend all that time and effort ranking #1 in Google for a keyword that brings you 5 visitors a day? Break this rule, and you’ll waste time and money ranking highly for a keyword that nobody searches for (which, by the way, represents 90% of all keywords.)

Golden Rule #3: Assess Market Competition

Are you a marketer that chooses keyword phrases that have the potential of attracting loads of traffic ready to buy your stuff? Do these keywords also have a lot of competition? Do you even know if you are selecting a keyword phrase that hundreds of thousands of other marketers are targeting too? 90% of keywords are simply too competitive to realistically rank for in a short period of time. This rule states that you must systematically analyze keywords phrases so that your page ranks highly beating out the competition for all that eager-to-buy traffic.

Golden Rule #4: Assess Commerciality

Let’s say you don’t have a problem with traffic. You have pages that rank highly and bring in hundreds of visitors each day. Are these visitors generating product sales? Or are they just looking for information, shopping around for different versions or perks? Unless you built your website to be the Information Booth of the Internet, having non-buying visitors is not making you money. In order to satisfy this Golden Rule you must target keywords that attract buying traffic, NOT just traffic. Break this rule, and you’ll waste time and money ranking #1 in Google for a keyword that attracts only shoppers or researchers, not buyers.

So there you have it, the 4 Golden Rules that you must follow in order to create a profitable online niche marketing plan. Ask yourself how long would it take you to do all that analysis manually? When you use Market Samurai’s keyword research tool, you can have your campaign sorted through and planned in a couple of hours.

Market Samurai SEO Competition Follow This Rule To Blow Away Your Competition

Market Samurai SEO Competition

There are volumes of material written about niche market research. In this report, though, you’ll walk through a quick process that helps you weed out keyword phrases for which you cannot compete. Market Samurai’s SEO Competition module is a key differentiator between the Market Samurai keyword research tool and all other products.

Assessing the competition is perhaps the most important of the four Golden Rules. In fact the number one reason why people fail online is because they break this rule. Just like a boxer preparing for a fight, you need to have some idea what effort you’ll need to put forth to beat the competition. Remember, you are competing for front page ranking in Google. Typically, there are only 10 positions listed on the front page for your keyword phrase. There are many other websites competing for those same slots.

There at two aspects of Assessing the Competition.

1. How much competition is there for that keyword phrase?
2. What are the strengths of your competitors?

You used the Keyword Research filter SEOC to limit you keyword phrases to those with less than 100,000 (or 30,000) competing pages. That gives you some idea of the volume of competition for your word, but how do you evaluate the strength of your competition? This is where the SEO Competition module becomes your best competition spy buddy.

When you run an SEO Competition analysis for your keyword, you’ll be presented with a matrix that represents the level of competition there is for this keyword phrase from other websites currently in the top 10 positions. This is where you determine whether you can get into the first page of Google. You’ll also gain insight as to what you’ll have to do to get to beat your competition. This matrix gives you a neat and concise view of what you’ll compete against for both on page and off page SEO.

Here’s what the Off Page Data columns show you:

DA Domain Age: The age of a domain, according to the first registered date in WHOIS records.
PR PageRank: An indicator of the overall quantity and quality of links to a web-page, as determined by Google’s PageRank algorithm.
BLP Page Backlinks: The total number of links pointing to a web-page from outside of that web-site itself.
BLD Domain Backlinks: The total number of links pointing to an entire domain (whole web-site) from outside of that web-site itself.
BLEG Government / Education Page Backlinks: The total number of links pointing to a web-page from Government (.gov) and Educational (.edu) sources that are external to the web-site itself.
DMZ DMOZ Listing: Whether the site is listed in the Open Directory Project’s Directory.
YAH Yahoo! Listing: Whether the site is listed in the Yahoo! Directory.

Here’s what the On Page Data columns show you:

Title Keyword in Title Tags: Whether the web-page tag contains the keyword.
URL Keyword in URL: Whether the web-page URL contains the keyword.
Desc Keyword in META Description: Whether the keyword appears in the “description” tag.
Head Keyword in Header Tags: Whether the keyword appears in <H1>, <H2>, <H3>etc. tags within the page content itself.

CA Google Cache Age: The number of days since Google last re-indexed the page listed.

The On Page SEO results are flagged with a Y Means Yes’ or N Means No.’ Next, there are the color cues. The more red that appears in the columns means that this area will be much harder to rank highly. Yellow is a warning’ and the more green that is displayed means that you have a good shot at winning the fight for the top 10 positions. If your keyword phrase shows Green for the On Page SEO values, then you need to review the OFF Page values to see how many internal pages you need to create, page and domain backlinks as well as page ranking. Domain age may also need consideration, but don’t drop your keyword if you can compete in ON Page SEO and backlinking.

This is when experienced marketers and SEO gurus get excited because they fully recognize that assessing competition is a weak point in keyword analysis. The SEO Competition module does all the grunt work for you and presents it in a format that is easy to grasp. Now that you’ve got an idea how Market Samurai’s SEO Competition module works, fire up your own keyword analysis and see what shakes out for your own niche keywords.

Market Samurai Keyword Research Module How to Avoid Choosing Irrelevant Keywords for Your Campaign

Market Samurai Keyword Research

Niche marketing is touted as being a great way to get started making money online. The problem is that an overwhelming 99% of these websites fail to make any money because they break one or more of the 4 Golden Rules for creating a successful niche campaign. Here’s how you use Market Samurai’s keyword analysis tool to make sure you comply with the first two of the Golden Rules: Only Target Relevant Keywords That Have High Levels of Traffic.

How To Get Ahead of the Competition Using Market Samurai’s Keyword Research Filters?

The first Golden Rule of profitable keyword selection states that you should only target keywords that offer good traffic potential. However, having a thousand keywords isn’t your goal. You want keywords that are relevant and that offer high volumes of traffic. Here’s how to use Market Samurai’s filters to create a great keyword list that meet these objectives.

One of the first things you’ll do is to set up a project for your starter keyword phrase. You also have the option of selecting a language and country besides English. While most of us are only interested in English research, there are products you can market out there that target German, Spanish and French audiences. If you are promoting one of these, then here’s your opportunity to have keyword research focused on a particular language and/or region.

Next you need to create a set of keywords. You can choose to research keywords similar to your starter keyword phrase by selecting the ‘Google Synonym Tool’. If you select ‘Google Search Keywords’ the tool will return long tail keywords. It’s recommended that you reserve that search for a separate collection. Your initial search using the ‘Google Synonym Tool’ parameter can generate literally hundreds of derivative keywords for your list.

Filter Out Low Volumes of Traffic

Now that you have a lot of keywords you need to apply some filtering. How many searches a day sounds good for your campaign: 5, 20, or 100 searches each day? There are experts out there that insist you must pick the keywords with lower volume in order to get a page ranked highly. The thought is that low volume keywords will all have a lot less competition and that you’ll have a good shot at getting a high ranking for that keyword. The concept is once that page is ranked, other pages for high-traffic keywords will follow.

The question you need to ask is, “How much effort do you want to expend for a few visitors each day?” Do you really want to spend your time creating a page with the on-page SEO optimized to the hilt, more hours building backlinks via article marketing, social bookmarking, Hubpages and Squidoo lens in order to get your page ranked highly for 5 visitors each day? You’ll have more chances for generating a sale or adding someone to your list if you get a 100 or more visitors each day.

This is easy to do in the Keyword Research module using the ‘Total Search’ or the ‘SEO Traffic (SEOT)’ filter. The simple definition of SEOT is maximum potential daily clicks that a #1 ranked site for this keyword term could potentially achieve. Set the SEO Traffic filter to a minimum of 80-100 searches per day. You’ll find this eliminates a lot of keywords that you don’t want to target.

Filter Out Keyword Noise

Have you ever run into odd keyword phrases returned by the Google Adwords search tool? For example, your initial keyword is ‘feline arthritis.’ Google returns a number of keywords including these: ‘arthritis cats’ and ‘cats arthritis.’ The keyword phrase ‘arthritis cats’ is a bit odd and hard to use in a sentence. You can filter out these kinds of oddball returns by using the Phrase-to-Broad(PBR) filter and set it to 15. This will filter out these types of unusual keyword phrases that don’t add value, just noise, to your campaign.

Now you have a great starter list of keyword phrases for your niche campaign. You used the Keyword Research tool filters to assemble a list of keywords that are relevant and have the potential of bringing in lots of visitors to your website, but you aren’t finished. Next you need to evaluate what words offer the most commercial value. That’s Golden Rule #3 and you’ll find out how to use Market Samurai to evaluate commercial value in the next post.