Today we’re going to be covering how to rewrite your PLR articles effectively (as well as how keywords are starting to be looked at in the search engines), but before we go into that, I want to share with you a case study from the boys over at PLR Pro from one of their clients.
Here it is…
Now, on with the PLR article rewriting and the keywords (sorry this is quite a long one today!)
One of the biggest problems that people have when they get their PLR articles, is that they don’t know how to rewrite the PLR articles.
Unfortunately most people over-complicate the article rewriting issue, for some reason it seems to hard for whatever reason, or you might even get what is called ‘writers block’… basically means that you can sit there for hours and hours and not write a single thing.
It’s not really that hard, all you need to do is look at the article you are rewriting, and just break it down.
As the saying goes, “Rome wasn’t built in a day”… you need to break the article down into bite sized chunks so that you can digest it effectively.
The first strategy you can use, is to look at each paragraph individually, read it a few times (or if you’re good, once) and then rewrite it in your own words, this is what I do, and is the most common method to rewriting articles, and works very effectively.
All you then do, is once you’ve rewritten the first paragraph (or sentence) of the article, you can move to the second, third, fourth etc. until it’s finished, or you can rewrite only a portion of it. Although it’s recommended (by Google) that you rewrite at least 30% of the article.
The second way you can do it, is to do a mind map on what is covered in the article, on the major points, and then write about each of the major points.
Mind maps are simple to learn, just do a Google search on mind maps if you don’t know what I mean, but they are fantastic for keeping ideas, taking notes… and rewriting articles.
So, that is the most basic way to rewrite articles, it’s not fancy, it’s not out of this world stuff, it’s basic, and it works.
As a side note, you can also use services out there that will compare an article side by side, and tell you what % they are different.
This is super handy, and makes it extremely fast.
The other major point we wanted to cover today, was that of the keywords themselves in the article.
Gone are the days where you used to have to use the keyword exactly as it is searched for.
The search engines are getting smarter, so when you are rewriting your articles, you can make the keywords within a ‘phrase’ e.g. “best dog training methods“, can become “best training methods for dogs” or “the best methods for training dogs” etc.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the material in today’s PLR article rewriting lesson, I know it was rather long, but there was a lot to cover.
To your success
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