Making Blog Posts from Other People’s Content

I hope I made it clear in my last post that I like my blog content to be original.

To be exclusive is something that gives great value to the visitor.

But, even though I don’t like to use PLR in this way, I do use other people’s content.

How and why?

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I Don’t Use PLR On My Blog!

I don’t use PLR on this blog!

This might seem unusual to many people. Just consider all the blogs that you visit and how many of them contain posts which look, in many ways, familiar.

A lot of the time, that’s because they are PLR and are all generated from the same source.

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Improve the Quality of Forum Information

Recently, I wrote about how to be more productive when using forums.

It’s so easy to waste hours on forums reading (and writing) information that is of little value to anyone, and sometimes being drawn into perfectly pointless and unproductive arguments.

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The Forum Timewaster

Continuing my occasionally series of thoughts on productivity, how much time do you spend each day in forums?

I’ll be honest . I generally spend more than I should around a series of forums, both relating to marketing and just to general areas which I’m interested in.

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Template Driven Development

There’s one technique I use to speed up all my site and product development which I find is dramatically underused by other marketers.

That is Template Driven Development.

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