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EasyPLR co-owner Kelly McCausey recently shared that just ten private label rights articles added to an existing website brought her website over 400 new search engine visitors in November 2006.

Just ten articles! This got the PLR seller pretty excited about the value of her EasyPLR article packs. She added another ten pack of articles to the site at the beginning of December and checked her stats after the end of the year.

She found that those ten articles attracted over 700 search engine visitors. That’s over 1100 visitors from a search engine in two months for just 20 articles.

The retail cost of those 20 articles is $30 and if you break that down to a ‘per visitor’ cost, she spent about three cents for every visit. (Compare that to most advertising!)

So, considering this – should you be adding free content to your site on a regular basis? Yes! Will EasyPLR make that easy? Yes!

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You may have seen the term Private Label Rights or PLR articles being tossed around frequently lately. PLR articles are articles you can buy (usually in packages or as part of a membership) that you may edit and use as you wish. Unlike free reprint articles, you are not required to link back to anyone else’s website which makes them appealing to many web publishers.

Once you understand the concept behind PLR articles, you can see why they are appealing. Most people can envision the value of adding the articles to their websites. But, did you know there are more ways to use PLR articles than that?
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The following is a great article written by Melissa from Wahm Business Boosters Newsletter!

Every business is bound to hit a lull at some point, but many business owners find themselves feeling disappointed by the lack of sales and unfortunately, businesses shut down because of it.

It doesn’t have to be that way. The next time your business takes a sales dive, be prepared, and turn it into an opportunity to revitalize your marketing efforts and start
generating sales.

Here are 4 easy ways you can boost your business during a lull: Read the rest of this entry »

Now that the holidays are over for 2006, I’m starting to recover from the sugar induced rush that sent me careening over the edge during the after Christmas sales. I managed to only spend what I budgeted (for once and only through a serious amount of will) and although I don’t have credit cards anymore (long, long story), I do know what a crazy shopping time the holidays can be.

I also know that when the sugar wears off and the credit card bills start rolling in during January that the amount due may cause a heart attack in an otherwise totally healthy person. Read the rest of this entry »

At the end of my last post I mentioned that I would not be posting for a while since I was going to have a scheduled c-section. Well, our son, Joseph, was born Nov. 30th and was 7 lbs 12 oz & 19 inches long. He’s absolutely beautiful!

Now that he’s been around for a month and we’ve gotten into somewhat of a routine, I’m starting to feel that writing itch come on me again. I’ve been writing out articles and decided to post to my blog to update you on what’s going on. Plus, I may have a full time job (other than being Supermom and Super DS Woman) in the works. I’ll know more about that soon.

Anyway, thanks for all your good wishes! I hope that each and everyone of you have a great year.

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