Herb Gardening PLR Articles

A freshly written package of articles I put together all about herb gardening. These would make a great addition to a general gardening site or to a niche such as tomato gardening.

herb garden plr pack

Package includes 5 articles:

  • 5 Common Herb Gardening Mistakes and What to Do Instead (865 words)
  • Indoor Herb Gardens vs Outdoor Herb Gardens (548 words)
  • 3 Reasons to Include Lavender in Your Herb Garden (565 words)
  • Tools of the Trade (530 words)
  • Storage of Fresh Cut Herbs (519 words)

(all articles are included in both docx and txt file types – all written by me personally and proofread with my team)

Herb Gardening PLR Article Package
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How Long Should Your Blog Content Be?

An often debated topic in the SEO world, a confusing sea of ever-changing answers for bloggers and content creators. How long does a piece of content on your website need to be to be successful?

There are a few problems with this and similar questions regarding content and length.

Every niche and audience is different.

What works for Audience A might not work for Audience B. Let’s think about BuzzFeed and HubSpot as an example. BuzzFeed content is short and funny, that works for them. HubSpot content is longer and more informative. That works for them. In each case they know the audience they’re serving and create content specifically for those people.

Many people are recommending that you not publish anything under 1,000 words on your blog these days. “Google wants long form content,” they say. I’m not going to argue about what Google does or doesn’t want, but I am going to suggest that you not plan your content around only that recommendation. Google changes their standards frequently and they don’t always tell us what they are. Write your content for the people you reach, not for Google. If the people like it, chances are Google will eventually like it too. [Continue reading]

Answer the Questions, Even When You Think People Already Know the Answers

answer the questions, create great content [blog post title card]

There's no such thing as a question that is too basic or an answer that is too simple. Just because you know how to do a thing doesn't mean everyone in your niche or audience knows how to do that thing. There are different levels of expertise and … [Continue reading]

You’re Allowed to Change Your Mind About Recommendations

[title card] It's Not All or Nothing. It's Okay to Change Your Affiliate Recommendations

Often times you hear people in the affiliate marketing world say things like "promote it or don't promote it," and "support it or don't support i," like you have to be all-in on every single thing that you promote. Sometimes people feel like once … [Continue reading]

Second Quarter Niche Picks

12 niche ideas for q2-2017

I had some good feedback on my first quarter niche picks, so I thought we'd continue and do this again with a dozen niche site ideas to get your thoughts brewing for your next project (or maybe even your first project)... … [Continue reading]

Lists and Bullet Point Content Can Work For You

easy to create content that people love

List posts, you hear people saying you should create them and you wonder why, what's the big deal, and what is it about lists posts that's so darn great anyway. I'm a fan of lists. I make a lot of lists ... so many my kids make fun of me for … [Continue reading]

Stop Giving Shareaholic All the Credit, Change Your Settings for Retweets

change the share setting to your Twitter username

While I admit that I don't spend that much time on Twitter these days, I do frequently retweet other folks articles as I'm reading them, or when I come across something useful or interesting. Almost 50% of the time I see something like this when … [Continue reading]