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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Lists and Bullet Point Content Can Work For You

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 making lists of everything. Lists of things we need, lists of things to do, lists of books, lists of craft supplies, pro/con lists, lots and lots of lists. I buy legal pads and index cards in bulk for my list making obsessions.

Posting a list of something to your blog almost seems like it’s too easy to matter in a way. Content is supposed to be hard, isn’t it? And lengthy, at least 5,000 words, and full of information and tutorials, and images and sticky grabby pushy things?

Here’s a fun fact. Content doesn’t have to be hard or lengthy to work and connect with your audience on a personal level. Content can be fun, light, enjoyable to create and to read. List and bullet point style posts are easy to research and write, so you can incorporate them throughout your content calendar pretty easily.

Use This Easy to Create Content That People Love...

Lists attract people, they’re quick to read and fun to share. Sites like BuzzFeed thrive on nothing but lists. Look at the “Popular Posts” section on a site like Copyblogger and you’ll see quite a few list style titles.

You can make lists work for you in any niche, too. [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]

Creating Content That Connects

5 types of content to connect with your target market

The more you develop personal, one-on-one connections online, the more successful your Internet marketing efforts will be. That means developing the kinds of things that your prospects enjoy consuming the most. The following 5 types of content are … [Continue reading]

First Quarter 2017 Niche Picks

I am admittedly a bit behind on my niche site goals for 2017 already, but that is mostly because I took the first week-ish of January to evaluate some personal decisions and spend quality time focused on recharging my own internal batteries. I've … [Continue reading]

Are Beards a Big Niche?

niche notebook beard care and tools

Back in January I made a list in my niche notebook of niche topics that I wanted to keep an eye, things that seemed trendy or new and possibly trendy. Beard accessories and tools was one of the things on that list - and it seems to be growing. When I … [Continue reading]

Need Some Pokémon Go Related Content?

Just because Pokémon Go is a free game to play doesn't mean there aren't things to buy, and therefore things for you as an affiliate to sell. When the smart phone with Pokemon GO and the paired Pokemon GO Plus accessory are within range of each … [Continue reading]