How To Use Curated Content For Niches

Mike Darling Guest Post by Mike DarlingToday we have a guest post by Mike Darling of SellFromYourDesk.com.I know Mike from a private online forum we both belong to, and I am quite honored to have him as a guest today.​​Mike is a successful online marketer. He is also a Registered Geologist out of Bend, Oregon. He runs Smarter Web Solutions, LLC.Mike teaches others to create an online business based on a laptop - one that can be conducted from anywhere in the world, needing only a computer and an internet connection.He trains how to create passive income streams through the development and proper nurturing of lots of niche websites.​ He also specializes in niche market research, search engine optimization, direct response marketing, and creating and selling digital products on-line.Please take the time to leave comments or questions below.​​How to Use Curated Content for Niches We all love the idea of creating niche websites, but one of the biggest challenges to building niche sites is getting content. Writing content for blog posts on subjects we know and love is a challenge to most people. Writing content for our niche websites on subjects that we may have little knowledge of can be even a greater challenge. There are two ways to get content for a website - create it yourself, or borrow the content from somewhere else. If you create the content, then you have to either write a blog post, record a video or podcast. The task of writing a blog post can be made easier by paying someone to write articles for you, or utilizing private label rights (PLR) source material. With both...