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3 Ways to Turn These Fitness PLR Articles Into a Report

 

 

Hello!

I have written blog posts before about turning a PLR report into articles or blog posts (like this one), but I haven’t gone the other direction. I wanted to show you some different ways you can take a list of articles and turn it into a report. I am going to use a specific bundle from my store so that you can see how I came up with these ideas. They will of course be different depending on which set of articles you are using.

My PLR bundle Exercising With Injuries includes 20 PLR articles, which you can definitely use as blog posts or turn some into an autoresponder series. However, you might want to use some of these as a report so you can have a really cool opt-in or upgrade offer.

The following tips are going to give you 3 different options for turning some of these articles into a report.

Option #1: Choose One Type of Exercise For the Report

The first way to combine some of these articles into a report is to choose just one type of exercise you want to cover. Select an exercise that is used in multiple articles for people with injuries, and put them together into a report. For example, swimming is mentioned in 5 different articles. This happens to be the perfect amount for a 5-page report!

The following 5 PLR articles mention swimming as a good exercise for injuries:

  1. Swimming Can Help Most Injuries
  2. Workouts That Are Easy on Your Back
  3. Find New Workouts You Can Do
  4. How to Exercise With an Ankle Injury
  5. Easy Workouts to Get You Moving Again

You can choose what order you want to put them in, and don’t forget to customize the articles so that they are unique for your report. When you are using PLR, you should always change the title, sections, and make some tweaks in the content as well. For these, I would change the titles of each article so that they make sense as ‘sections’ of the report.

Option #2. Choose One Type of Injury to Cover in the Report

Another good option is to choose one type of injury you want to talk about. This might include articles that mention exercising with a knee injury or a hurt back. If you want to go with ankle injuries, these 5 articles all mention this type of injury:

  1. Stretches For Leg and Ankle Injuries
  2. How to Exercise With an Ankle Injury
  3. Seated Workouts You Should Try
  4. Easy Workouts to Get You Moving Again
  5. How to Know When You’re Ready to Exercise

For a different PLR bundle or pack of articles, just look through the list of titles and see which ones seem to go together. That is how I got this idea.

Option #3: Put All of the Injuries Together

For a longer report, you can go a different direction and create a report that mentions different types of injuries. This can be a report that gives your list options for exercising with injuries, where each section covers a different type of injury.

Here are some articles in this bundle that goes over specific injuries:

  1. Exercises That Are Gentle on Your Hips
  2. Exercising With a Hand or Wrist Injury
  3. Fitness Routine to do With a Shoulder Injury
  4. How to Exercise With an Ankle Injury
  5. How to Workout With an Elbow Injury
  6. Keep Exercising Even With a Knee Injury
  7. Workouts That Are Easy on Your Back

For this report, I would title each section with just the type of injury. So, if your report was something like ‘Tips For Exercising With Injuries’, I would title the sections ‘Ankle Injury’, ‘Elbow Injury’, ‘Knee Injury’, etc.

I hope this helped you understand how you can take a long list of articles and turn them into a report 🙂 Let me know if you have any questions!

 

 

How to Convert a PLR Report Into Blog Posts

 

When you buy PLR, you will probably either buy them as individual articles to be used as blog posts, or a report. With a PLR report, you can either keep all of the information together, or break it up into blog posts. This lets you get the most out of the PLR you buy, according to what your specific needs are.

If you haven’t done this before, the following information should be helpful when you need to know how to turn a report into blog posts.

Read Through the Report

I personally recommend reading the entire report first, beginning to end. The reason I think this is a good place to start is because it helps you see the flow of the report, and find areas where you might want to break it up. While most people are going to simply break it up based on the different sections (information below), you might find other areas where you think it could be broken up into individual blog posts.

So give it a read-through and make notes of areas where you think you should separate it into blog posts. Read it a few times if that helps.

Separate the Report By Headings

Now for the fun part – separating your report into blog posts! My general advice is simple: separate the report based on each section, which you can find by the headings. For example, in my recent ‘Keto Alcohol 101’ report, the sections are as follows:

How to Choose the Right Low-Carb Alcohol
Alcohol and Mixers to Avoid
Tips For Drinking While on a Keto Diet
Low-Carb Cocktail Recipes

Each section is about 450-500 words, which makes sense that they would each be turned into a blog post. It makes it really easy to do it this way. Plus, as you can see by the headings of these sections, the title is pretty much done for you, you just need to customize it to be unique.

Combine Shorter Sections Into One Blog Post

Not all reports are going to be as simple as making each section its own blog post. So I want to show you an example of one that is a little different, which is my free How to Make a Gift Basket PLR report. This is a 3-page report, but there are 6 sections, which means some of the sections are a little too short to be turned into a blog post.

There are a few things you need to look at with this type of report that lets you know where it can be turned into blog posts

  1. The Headings

First, take a look at the text document I have included in the Zip file. I have added an image below. This gives you information about the report, including what sections are included. It is a little easier to see the sections this way than scrolling up and down the report.

 

 

What I see when I look at this is that at least 2 of the sections could easily be turned into one blog post, which are Arrange the Gifts and Add Filler to the Basket. These are both related to actually making the gift basket, along with the last section Decorate and Wrap the Basket, if it is short enough. The top 3 sections could each be their own blog post, but I think maybe Choose a Theme or Type of Basket could be its own and the Select a Container and Purchase Gifts For Your Basket could be another. But let’s take a look at step 2.

  1. The Length of Each Section

The second thing you need to do with this type of PLR report is actually see the length of the sections. While blog posts can be longer or shorter, about 400-600 words is average. So what I would do is write down the word count for each section.

To do this, open up the report (the Word version preferably), select one entire section with your mouse, then take a look at the word count.

 

 

You will select the entire section before the next one begins:

 

 

Then take a look at the word count at the bottom of the screen:

 

 

Here are the word counts I got:

Step 1: Choose a Theme or Type of Basket – 343 words

Step 2: Select a Container – 188 words

Step 3: Purchase Gifts For Your Basket – 259 words

Step 4: Arrange the Gifts – 251 words

Step 5: Add Filler to the Basket – 114 words

Step 6: Decorate and Wrap the Basket – 119 words

The first section (Choose a Theme or Type of Basket) is close enough to 400 words that I will use that as its own blog post. I know I need to rewrite some of it anyway, so I will write some extra words in each section and add a conclusion for my own use.

The second and third sections combined are 447 words, so those would be good to put into a single blog post about choosing what to put in your gift basket.

The last three are the shortest sections, and they just so happen to go together. So we’re in luck. We can put those together in a blog post about putting it all together.

Customize and Format the Blog Posts

Now that you know what your blog posts will be, you can set them up and start customizing the content. I recommend keeping the original blog post document as is, then copy/pasting the sections into individual documents for each of your 3 blog posts.

You can read this blog post about how to customize your PLR to be unique. But here are a few things I would do with these:

Come Up With New Titles – Even if one section is being used as one blog post, you still want to put the heading (now your blog title) into your own words. This is the start of making it unique for your own purpose. So for these 3 as examples, these are the blog post titles I would do:

  1. Select a Unique Gift Basket Theme
  2. Go Shopping For Your Gift Basket
  3. Have Fun Putting Together Your Gift Basket

For blog posts, you want to make sure the titles explain what the reader is going to learn, and use keywords whenever possible.

Now for formatting the blog posts. If you were using a typical report where one section is one blog post, it is a little more straightforward. The way I write my PLR reports is that the sections/headings are bolded, which would be the title of your blog post. Then I use italics for the subheadings of each section, which would become your blog post headings.

For these, you need to look at how they are put together to decide where you want your different subheadings to be in the blog post. I am going to show you what I would personally do for the 2nd blog post titled Go Shopping For Your Gift Basket.

This is what the document looks like when I copy and pasted the Select a Container and Purchase Gifts For Your Basket sections.

 

 

And this is what it looks like after I formatted it.

 

 

As you can see, I started by changing the title of the blog post, then I want to add in my own introduction. I also changed the title of the sections to become subheadings for my blog post. I broke up the first paragraph into 2 smaller ones, since blog posts are easier to follow with smaller sections of text. I also changed how the tips were formatted.

Please note: I did not completely customize this. I am just showing you a reference of how I would format it. You should still rewrite your PLR according to your specifications.

I hope this helps you see how to turn a report into blog posts! Depending on the type of report, the method may be slightly different. However, as you can see, a 3-page report turned into 3 blog posts, even though it had 6 sections originally. Sometimes you just need to figure out what parts of a report would be good as a blog post.

Let me know if you have any questions!