Thinking of Probate Ideas

Scott Costello All, Blog 5 Comments

ideasNot to much to report over the last day or so.  I’ve been working on getting more articles up on my probate site although I’ll admit that my ideas are running very low at the moment.   Right now I’m throwing some words down on paper for an article about forcing a new executor to be named.  Outside of that one article I spent about an hour last night just pondering my next move.   I’d like to make the site a more all inclusive site, but I’m just not sure how to go about it yet or even if I should worry about that.  My ideas, good or bad are…

  • List Lawyers Contact information: not sure about this as it might come off as a recommendation which I couldn’t give.
  • FAQ
  • Definitions to Probate Terms: great for getting many keywords on your page
  • More articles: just don’t know about what yet

Speaking of articles I’ve gone and changed the title to my ezine submission yet again in the hopes that this time the content will fulfill the promise of the title.   This is the reason my past 3 attempts have been rejected by the ezine czars.

I’ve also had my Google Alerts setup to send me any new information posted around the web about New Jersey Probate and New Jersey Inheritance.  I  have gotten back very little useful information so far.  Some of it is interesting but non of the subject matter really will support the direction of my site.

Brokers

I’ve got a tentative meeting scheduled for either Tuesday or Wednesday of next week with Jarred’s broker and I’m waiting on Bruce to get back to me with a possible meeting date for his broker.

I’m going to send Ian from Exit an email today outlining what exactly I’m looking to do and see if he bites, if not I’ll pass.  I just don’t want to be forced to do unneeded “realtor activies” just so I can accomplish my goal of getting mls access, submitting offers and being able to get into listed houses.  That is exactly what Bruce has worked out with his broker so I know it’s possible.

Gonna brain storm tonight!

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  1. Hi Scott,
    I found you through Flippinghomes website and decided to check out your blog. You mentioned on here that you have been rejected by the e-zine czars, I don't know if they tell you why it is not accepted. My daughter is one of those czars. I don't know of all the criteria that can make them reject your article, but she has mentioned that is if is self-promotional it will get rejected. They are only looking for informational articles. They also reject because of grammar and how well it is written. I can check out what else could cause a rejection.

  2. Hi Cindy,

    Thanks for commenting. The reason they gave me for rejecting my article was that the content of the article did not represent what the Title said. Digging a little further I found that since my title was related to New Jersey Probate they expected the article to give content specific to probate in New Jersey. Now I thought I did that but maybe not well enough. When I resubmitted it this time I did not reference New Jersey in my title so maybe that will be good. If not then I'll try and rewrite the article.

    Thanks again Cindy.

    -Scott

  3. Scott, I've had the same exact thing happen just recently. They told me I need to resubmit without a location in the title because they said the info wasn't specific enough for the location…which was weird because I actually allude to specific processes and a website for my county, etc. But its all good. They are still a great source…I'm going to give goarticles.com a shot because it will be easier than re-structuring my articles to fit into eHow.com.

  4. Scott, I've had the same exact thing happen just recently. They told me I need to resubmit without a location in the title because they said the info wasn't specific enough for the location…which was weird because I actually allude to specific processes and a website for my county, etc. But its all good. They are still a great source…I'm going to give goarticles.com a shot because it will be easier than re-structuring my articles to fit into eHow.com.

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