What does Google Panda mean for someone like you, who uses
PLR articles? And for someone like me who writes them?
Like most marketers, I try to stay up to date on developments in SEO, especially when they relate to Google.
One piece of information that has come out of the Panda update from earlier this year is that it is now very important to have a low ‘bounce rate’.
In other words, the Google bots know how long visitors stay on your site (because they track them) – and it matters. It seems clear that if you can keep your visitors entertained for longer, you will be rewarded with higher search engine rankings – at least in Google.
Gone are the days when all we wanted was for a visitor to click on an Adsense ad and disappear as fast as possible! Now, we actually want them to READ our content first.
So what does all of this mean for you as a user of PLR articles?
It means that you should be looking for PLR articles that are LONGER and BETTER QUALITY than the average PLR, right? Because that is what is going to keep your visitors on your site.
And so I am making sure that I provide exactly that: PLR articles that are longer and better quality than many others.
Most of my articles are over 500 words. Some are considerably longer.
What is more, you can easily make them even longer and make them unique at the same time, by adding a few more words into each sentence.
Check out all my current packs at Flamillion PLR.
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