If you’re interested in publishing articles on a niche website but you have no time or inclination to write them, you have a variety of options for finding and using appropriate content.
HIre a copywriter to write the articles for you.
This is probably the most professional, but also most expensive, option. A copywriter is a trained professional who will be able to quickly and efficiently research and write on any number of topics. If you do decide to hire a copywriter, ask for a few writing samples that are specific to your industry, trade, hobby or skill. Also make sure that the copywriter you choose is proficient in writing for the web. Keywords, H1 headlines and web-friendly article formats do take some specialized knowledge and experience to master.
Buy the articles as “PLR content.”
PLR stands for Private Label Rights content. It’s the term given to packs of articles written for a relatively low wage, which are then sold to multiple parties. Some people are concerned that the quality of a PLR article is lower than one which was written by a skilled writing professional. But the truth is that you really should edit your PLR rather than publishing it word for word on your site. This is for 2 reasons: 1, you don’t want to sound like a carbon copy of someone else out there, and 2, you should be branding your own business and infusing your own ideas into the article. That’s what will attract quality people to your site – you being you, in all of your communications. PLR articles are great for jump-starting your writing.
Conduct online written interviews.
A quick way to get a full web page of article content written in a hurry is to set up an interview of someone in a complementary field.Tweet This!
For example, if you have a website that sells paint supplies, you could interview the local one-stroke painting authority. It won’t take long at all to type up a series of compelling questions, and with any luck you’ll have a perfect article in your email within a few days.
Focus on product reviews.
The product review is a legitimate piece of web content that gets a lot of traffic from curious consumers who want to gather information before making a purchase. The great news is that if your product review serves as the final sales conversion, then you can hopefully get some clicks on the affiliate links that you’ve included along with said product review. Of course, images are really important, in this case especially.
More Tips to Help You Write Articles for the Web
Here are a few additional tips about writing website articles to increase traffic to your niche-specific website and your influence:
Passive income comes from many different sources. It’s up to you which ones you choose to profit from your online marketing effort. If you’re truly interested in monetizing your blog or website, start signing up as an affiliate. Article publishing goes hand in hand with this.Tweet This!
Articles are the building blocks of all your website communication. With a simple pack of 5 articles, you can create an eBook, a week-long email series, a set of social media posts, and a mini how-to section of your website or blog. Just think of what you can do with 2, 10, 50 or 100 sets of five, topic-related articles.
A web article is quick and easy to write if you employ the tried and tested formula. Outline the topic, make your 5 or 7 points. Develop each section. Add an intro, conclusion, and author bio.Tweet This!
Don’t think in single articles; think in sets of five articles instead. This will increase the amount of content on your website and drive more targeted traffic so you can move on to promoting via social media.
Use a writing formula that works. If you’re at a loss for article topics, go for the “5 or 7 reasons,” “top 5 list,” “steps to success,” straw man argument, product review, or interview article.
If you have been struggling creating content for your website or blog or have a difficult time finding the time and space to write, check out HER PLR Library here: https://www.wecai.org/private-label-rights-library-2/