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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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    (b) Change the opening paragraph. All you need to do (usually) is
    make sure that your keyword appears once. Take a look at the rest
    of the paragraph. How can you say the same thing in a different
    way? Look for synonyms - using your thesaurus - or alter the
    tone. Perhaps you can adopt a more casual approach (this might
    work better for your readership anyway). You might prefer write a
    different introduction altogether.

    (c) Work through the article. Add a sentence here; subtract one
    there. Present the facts in a different order. Expand by adding
    some new points. Break a long article into two shorter articles.
    (If you do this, make sure each article seems complete in
    itself.)

    (d) Rewrite the ending. When you do this, think about what you
    want the reader to do. Is this a good place to put your own
    affiliate link, or write a lead-in to your own product or
    services?

    === 3. Blend Several Articles Into One ===

    You can get a whole new look if you take two or more PLC articles
    on the same theme and blend them into one longer, fact-packed
    article. Sometimes you might find you HAVE to do this, if an
    article seems a bit 'lightweight'. Not all PLC articles are
    created equal! Sometimes it's obvious that the writer was low on
    inspiration.

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