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Neil Ferree

I can't recall what longtail keywords I used to find this guest article post, and if it comes to me I'll let ya know. I bet there are a lot of people who can relate to this one. There's only 24 hours a day and whether you spend 10 or more hours per day doing all the things necessary to maintain a top shelf site or web presence, the tips Nicole suggested made a lot of sense to me. Until now, I've not been a big fan of PLR content, which may change now thanks to you Denise. Cheers - Neil

julieelder

Thank You for posting this.. It is great information.. I will re post this article on my FB page..

Beaches

It seems like outsourcing is the trend of big companies these days. And it proves to be productive and save a lot of money.

Alternative Medicine

it was just amazing information sharing and I appreciate your blog because of unique content so thanks for that.

James Moux

It's been said that "the money is in the list," or rather "in the relationship with your list." The more value we bring to our readers and customers the better the relationship we build with them.

Your suggestion about using PLR articles is great. The main thing with it is that, like you suggested, we need to give it our own flavor so that the article is somewhat unique.

Also, it is possible that the article may come with some grammar or spelling errors, so we need to make sure we proofread before using them. Otherwise, PLR articles are a great timesaver.

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