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5 Tips on Using Private Label Content
By: Dechen Lau
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    === 4. Think Outside the Square. ===

    Most PLC articles are presented in batches relevant to one niche.
    For example, you might find that over the course of a month you
    get 20 articles on golf, 20 on cell phones, 20 on credit cards
    and 20 on travel. Let's say that you are busy building a golf
    site. It might seem at first glance that only 20 of the 80
    articles are relevant to your needs.

    Not so! Golf vacations, for example, are very popular. Could any
    of your travel articles be massaged to fit the theme of golf
    vacations? It's very likely that they could. And what about
    communication while you travel - or while you play golf? Does the
    golfer need a new cell phone that will easily adapt to overseas
    communications? How will the golfer pay for a new set of clubs or
    a golf vacation? Might he need to explore credit card options?

    You see how it's done. Be creative in your use of Private Label
    Content, and you will definitely get your money's worth.

    === 5. One Final Tip - Hold Out For Quality! ===

    Now that Private Label Content is becoming popular, more and more
    PLC sites are opening up. You can afford to be choosy. Check out
    the quality of the articles on offer, and especially the niches
    being targeted. Niche areas like golf and credit are popular, and
    that's exactly what you want. You want to go where there is an
    *existing* demand.

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