Growing an authority website into something really special takes a lot of hard work and effort. How would you feel about handing over some of that workload to your visitors and/or subscribers?
Sounds great doesn’t it?
The biggest problem with this is making sure the quality is there. I mean you certainly don’t want sub-standard content being published on your website.
What if there was a way you could get visitors to submit their content so you could go through the submissions and manually approve them?
I have been looking at two products that help achieve this goal.
The first one is a product created by one of my newsletter subscribers – Brian Maroevich. Brian’s product is a short PDF explaining how to get this type of user-generated content to work on a niche site. A bonus that comes with Brian’s course is a WordPress plugin that allows your visitors to submit their images with a description.
If you run a website where images are important, then this course & plugin will help. Brian’s PDF actually talks about how to get other types of submissions as well, like articles.
I have recorded a short video demonstrating how this plugin works.
If you want to read more about Brian’s course, it’s available on the Warrior Forum here.
Another Great Plugin for User-Generated Content
Internet Marketing Legend, Michael Campbell has just released his own plugin that allows submissions from visitors. This plugin is a lot more comprehensive than Brian’s and is setup to allow video, image and article submissions. I have set this one up on one of my own sites today and wanted to take you through a guided tour of how it works.
I’ve just visited the sales page for this plugin and until November 26th, there is a $20 discount.
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