Take Action Social Media Course with Karen Clark

If you have been following me for a while, you know that I rarely make recommendations of products or people. Well, I have some one that I have known and followed myself for many years that you need to meet. Karen Clark.

Karen has been a direct seller for gosh, 15 yrs or more I think. She has taken Social Media to a new level and has really done an outstanding job tweaking everything to the direct sellers point of view. Karen is offering a course that you can take to really maximize your reach. Here is some info:

Karen Clark’s Take Action Social Media course. Learn how to:
*Maximize Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
*Gain the confidence to use them
*Be effective, ethical and efficient online

This 4 week course is full of value, including live calls, worksheets, video tutorials and a private community. What a great opportunity!

If you are serious about your direct sales business, you want to get in on this course so you can learn to reach those you need to online and really make an impact with your business.

Don’t delay.. swing by today and get started. You will be so glad you did!

Using PLR Articles for Blogging

Copyright Chris Carroll and DirectSalesTalk. If you see this on any other site without my byline, please let me know.

Direct sales reps and work at home business owners often ask me how many posts a week is sufficient to keep their blog fresh and active on Google.

I think if you have been online long enough you have learned that Google is like a picky child. If they don’t get their way and you don’t play right, they take away some of your privileges…. in our world that correlates to traffic. You must keep your posts fresh and relevant to your blog topic.

How many is good enough? I usually recommend at least 2 posts per week minimum and 3 would be better. Now I know you are busy. I am too. But what can save the day when you just cannot come up with any more content that is interesting is PLR articles. I usually keep some on hand when the well ruins dry or I get too busy to post.

The great thing about PLR is that with just a quick re-write you have relevant content any time you need it. It doesn’t cost you a lot of money and your blog is fresh and gaining traffic, More traffic, more money. And these days, I am all about making money.

Next time you are stuck, check out some PLR sites and grab a pack or two. Make sure you customize it to your writing style and in a few minutes you are posting and growing your site. I think that is cool!

Do you use PLR and does it help you?

Copyright Chris Carroll 2011