In part 5 of my Work From No Home review, we’re going to be talking about content creation.  This module is quite “meaty,” so it might take you some time to get through it.  Content creation is a process and isn’t really something that you can bang out in one day.  In the first section of this module, Peng talks about the “5 golden rules of content creation” — pay close attention to these things — as well as how it used to be and how it is today after the various Google updates.

Like I said before at the tail end of my last post, “content really is king” nowadays, so this is worth spending some time on.  One of the big things in this section is that Peng stresses the importantance of writing unique, quality content for your main site.  He says that he will still spin articles for articles that are linking to his main site, but I’m not even a fan of that.  I’m a firm believer in writing unique content on all of the sites that you publish.  This is because providing unique, quality content based on what a searcher is looking for is the end goal of a search engine.

In the next section of the module, Peng talks about the first page of content for your site.  He provides you with an overview as well as very specific critera in terms of the word counts and number of articles and such.  Since this is his method, I’m going to be following this to the letter (except for the spinning), so I can see how it turns out.  One thing I will tell you is that he suggest that the first review should be in-depth, so that you’re able to provide value.  This means that you should probably by the product — especially if it’s a digital-info one.  Peng actually shows you an example in the dating niche for this.

I should also mention that if you’re gonna be promoting a physical product, it tends to be easier to check out real reviews and see honest feedback — especially when you use popular online merchants.  When doing this, however, it’s still important that you don’t plagorize stuff.  You should read stuff just to get an general idea, close it up, and write stuff in your own words.  In day 4 of the action plan, Peng just tells you to carry out the tasks that I’ve described above.  I’m going to stop there for now because I know this is a lot to take in.  We’ll talk soon.

Don’t forget that you can buy Work From No Home anytime and start building your business.

Yours in online success…

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