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5 Tips on Using Private Label Content
By: Dechen Lau
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    2005-12-11

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    If you require an incentive for
    people to sign up for your newsletter, you can offer an e-book or
    training manual made up from PLC articles. It's easy to tweak
    these to be more relevant to your website and your clients. (As
    well as putting yourself in Google's shoes, put yourself in your
    clients' shoes. What do they most need to know?)

    You could also create an e-course (anything from 6 to 52 articles
    - a short e-course, or one that offers an article for each week
    of the year). This gives you an excellent reason to stay in touch
    with your clients.

    === 2. How Can You Alter PLC Articles? ===

    Submitting articles to public article directories along with your
    resource box is a great way to generate traffic to your
    web-sites. However, many directories don't allow you to submit
    duplicate content - ie, you have to submit your own unique
    article. Therefore, when submitting an article that you obtained
    from a private label content resource, it's advisable to first
    alter the article before submission. Here are a few tips in that
    regard...

    (a) Change the title of the article. If you are using
    keyword-optimized articles, make sure you keep the keyword in the
    title - but be creative about the words that surround it. So if
    your article is based on the keyword "Mongolian Guinea Pig", your
    title might be "Where to Find the Mongolian Guinea Pig" or
    "Taking Care of Your Mongolian Guinea Pig" and so on.

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