Free SEO Strategy Challenge

7 Articles & 7 Emails on “Planning Your SEO Strategy” PLR

We've put together a FREE PLR Challenge pack with content that will help you get up and running quickly in the profitable online business niche. More specifically these articles and emails will show your audience how they can plan their SEO strategy in just 7 days. Use them on your blog, in your newsletters, or create a new lead magnet with them to grow your list.

You get a total of 7 PLR articles and 7 emails. You can use this pre-written content as is or edit it as you see fit. Tweak it to fit your niche and your business requirements. Put your name on it and use it in your overall content marketing strategy.

We hope you'll like our content enough to consider purchasing one of our PLR packs. For now, download this freebie and give it a try. We think you and your readers will like the business focused content.

If you want to help your readers “plan their SEO strategy” then you can get this incredibly value-packed bundle for FREE. Simply Register Below and receive an immediate download.

Here's What You Get:

 7 Quality PLR Articles

  1. Why You Need A Solid SEO Strategy And A Way To Measure Results
  2. Keywords – A Glimpse Into What Your Target Audience Wants And Needs
  3. Is Your Site Trustworthy? Simple Ways To Boost The Trust Factor
  4. Boost Your Authority And Make Sure Google And Your Users Take You Seriously
  5. How The Small Guy Can Win – Relevancy Matters
  6. Let’s Talk About User Behavior And What It Has To Do With SEO Rankings
  7. Putting It All Together And Formulating A Solid SEO Strategy For Your Site And Your Business

7 Auto-Responder Emails

Keep your readers engaged using email auto-responders. These emails have been created to correspond with the articles in this pack to help you easily create an online course, post series with follow-up emails, or anything else that you can think of to keep your readers engaged.



That's a total of  7 articles (400+ words each) and 7 emails Totally FREE. Give your readers the content they are looking for.


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