( By the Way, Thrifty Content is a terrific way to get fresh PLR posts monthly for $15 each month. They include 1500 short articles each month in 20 different broad classifications. Plus, they have a quite cool rewriting aid included with the subscription).
I am going to do an experiment. Im going to submit a bunch of webhosting PLR articles I got from Jon Legers Thrifty Content – 75 recently created in all (for Web Hosting). I desire to kinda screen how they are spidered and indexed.
( Oooh, I just recognized Thrifty Content has a blogging category this month. I will do that instead. This might get interesting).
I am going to utilize BlogHatter to send the short articles, and attempt out a couple of my own plugins to hopefully bump up the indexing a bit. The posts will not be re-written, however will incorporate “some” curation.
The posts will instantly be submitted to BackLinksIndexer for kicks and giggles.
Post Flare (the plugin Im establishing) ought to comply with the following guidelines:
Post title as H1. Socrates already imposes that. Status: Active
At least one, however not more than three images per post. Each post needs to instantly set the alt and title tags for images as the post title (in this case the primary Yahoo tag), or the main keyword (TODO).
An outbound link to an authority site (in this case Wikipedia), based on the post title. Currently, Post Flare is including a link at the end based on classification.
A “heading” line every 150 or so words (try paragraph breaks or br tags) – according to MoneySites.com.
Randomly include videos.
Randomly include news feed/rss.
Randomly add other text. Tips, prices estimate,?????. Cartoon strips???? (Mark Anastasi).
Might do something with affiliates links.
Amazon or eBay? (See Curation Club). Note: and eBay “adlet” might be included at the end of the post. Amazon too. Or, could set affiliate links automatically within post.
The alternatives page for this might get a bit big if Im not cautious.
7 Tips on How to Keep People Coming Back to Your Website( stopnswapaz.com).
At least one, but not more than three images per post. Each post needs to instantly set the alt and title tags for images as the post title (in this case the main Yahoo tag), or the primary keyword (TODO). An outgoing link to an authority site (in this case Wikipedia), based on the post title. Currently, Post Flare is including a link at the end based on classification. Keep in mind: and eBay “adlet” might be added at the end of the post.
PLR Stores( plrmemberships.wordpress.com).