Tag: PLR

Turning PLR into Information Products for Sale

There are many ways to use PLR(private label rights material) for your business. Many times people buy it so they can revise it for use on their own blogs. While this is an excellent use of the material, one of the best ways to use PLR is to create your own information products. Using private label rights materials allow you to cut down on research time and writing.

There are many ways to go about it. You can purchase a pack of 5 or 10 articles on the same topic and arrange them in an order you would like to create a small report both for free downloads for your list or to sell on Amazon Kindle. Or you can buy a PLR e-book and just sort through it taking out parts you don’t want, adding new parts, and re-arranging the content into new chapters if you prefer. You would then need to make your own original e-cover and then you would have your own product to sell on Clickbank, your website, E-junkie, or wherever you choose.

Many people do not get started with making their own products for sale because they think it will be too hard or expensive. This is not the case at all. You can get most plr for $1 an article/page and many times when grabbing a package deal, you can get it even cheaper than that. Let’s think about this for a minute. For the last 3 years, I have been making most of my living from being a ghostwriter. I charge $15 for a 450-550 page article. With PLR, you pay $1 and can change it up all you want. Now you may be wondering why I am telling you this when it could mean a loss of business for myself. There are still many people who can not write at all, or English is not their native language, so I will still find work. Besides, I am also a Virtual Assistant so this is only a certain area of my expertise. My point is, you can help yourself out by using PLR and it is not expensive. The most expensive part of the process would probably be making the e-cover, and if you have PhotoShop and a few graphic design skills, this also can be done for less.

If you would be interested in seeing what types of packages Nicole has available for sale, I encourage you to head on over to her site EASY PLR right now and grab some goodies. You will not be sorry you did. She offers articles in numerous niches, reports, and even e-courses and autoresponder messages if you are trying to find content to offer your email list. Even writers like myself, can use a break every so often and knowing that there are other quality writers out there offering such great stuff we could use, helps us to make more money by adding to our own product inventory.

You can also learn how using PLR is perfect for helping you to get more clients!
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If you create an information product of your own after purchasing PLR from Easy PLR, I would love to hear about it so come on back here and leave and comment and link below!

All the best!

melaniesig

What is PLR and How Can it Help you to Get More Clients?

This is a Guest Post by Internet Marketer Nicole Dean

Here’s a question that I received today. I thought it was such a valuable question that I wanted to share my response.

Dear Nicole,

I hear you talking about PLR articles, but I’m a Virtual Assistant, not an Internet Marketer. I need clients, not content.

Why should I care?

Dear Virtual Assistant:

Thanks so much for giving me the opportunity to respond to your great question.

PLR content can actually help you to get more clients. And, I’ll explain how.

As someone who hires and works with a lot of Virtual Assistants in my business, I’ll tell you that I hire oftentimes based upon the knowledge that person shows just as much as what they “say” they can do.

For instance, let’s compare two Virtual Assistants (hypothetically – these aren’t real people).

Susie and Tessa.

I go to Susie’s website and she’s got three pages – including contact, services, and pricing. I look around a little and discover that Susie specializes in videos and multimedia. I think “hmmm… interesting” and then leave.

Next, I find Tessa’s website. She’s got the same pages on her website as Susie – contact, services, and pricing. It looks to me as if she also specializes in videos and multimedia. That’s not what I’m looking for, so I’m about to leave when I notice that she has a blog. On her blog, she’s got articles about how I can use video in my business and how to also use video to get more traffic and make more money. I’m interested. She obviously knows her stuff. I contact her to find out how she can help me to get more traffic with my existing videos – and to brainstorm more videos that I can incorporate into my business on an ongoing basis.

Tessa got my business. Susie did not.

Why? Because Tessa did some things right.

She showed her knowledge.
She demonstrated that she understands marketing by having a blog.
She made me think about my business.
She seemed like a person who I’d like to work with.

How does this apply to PLR content? Easy.

Susie could have had my business if she had purchased some great quality PLR content and published it on her blog. Of course, as always, I would recommend that Susie use the content as a starting point only and then add her own ideas and examples into it to make it uniquely hers. But, the important thing is that she could have had an active blog offering great value to potential new customers that showcased her talent and made people desperate to hire her.

And, she could have done it for under $20.

Would you like to boost your blog content, impress potential new clients, and become the recognized expert in your niche? Check out this great PLR site to get started. Be sure to sign up for the notification list so you don’t miss a thing!

Nicole Dean is the owner of www.EasyPLR.com – where you’ll find high-quality PLR articles sold in very limited quantities. The PLR articles at EasyPLR are professionally written and professionally edited — top quality at an affordable price.

I personally love PLR and have bought a ton from Nicole’s site over the years. I would love to hear about your experience and what creative uses you have found for them. Just post a comment below!

Until next time,

Tips to Organize All That PLR Content

Let me ask you a quick question: Do you have any Private Label Rights (PLR) content just sitting on your computer, taking up storage space? Well, if you are like me, or most other Internet marketers, you probably have a ton of the stuff that you are not doing anything with.

If you’ve been working online for any amount of time, you’ve probably purchased private label rights content at some point or another. PLR is a great tool that helps website owners add quality content to their websites without having to hire a ghostwriter to write it all for them or spend countless hours writing all of their content from scratch.

If you’ve purchased your fair share of PLR and find that it’s taking up tons of space on your computer’s hard drive and you’re having a hard time determining what content you’ve used and where and which articles you still have available for use, you’ll be happy to know, you’re not alone. It’s not uncommon to becoming disorganized with your PLR, until now that is.

Here’s one way you can organize your PLR content so that you know what’s been used and what is still waiting to find it’s way to the spotlight of your website or newsletter.

First, organize all your PLR by either niche or website. If you own more than one website it might be best to use the later organization method. Move all the articles that you want to use on that website into the site’s folder. Within your website folder create two folders. The first labeled “Rewritten – Ready for Posting to site” and the second, “Used.”

By creating two separate folders you can move the articles to the “Rewritten” folder once you’ve reworked them and they are ready to be added to your blog or website. After you have added them to your site, simply cut and paste the article to the “Used” folder.

And don’t forget there are tons of ways to use the same article over and over. If you’re looking for PLR eCourses that you can use to teach others about the many uses of PLR, have a look at this: PLR eCourses

PLR vs. Ghostwriting: Which is Better?

Private Label Rights (PLR) articles and ghostwritten articles are both options when you need web content. Each is unique in its qualities and each has its drawbacks.

So, when you need content, which should you choose? Let’s analyze both options to find out which option is right for you.

Ghostwritten Articles
Ghostwritten articles are written just for your use. You own the article and can do whatever you’d like to with it.

Pros:

1. The article is unique to you and you do not share the content with anyone else.

Cons:

1. Ghostwritten articles are quite a bit more expensive per article than PLR packages.
2. You have the responsibility of finding a good writer.
3. The quality can be questionable.
4. You need to check your articles to make sure your ghostwriter isn’t stealing content. Unfortunately, that does happen.

PLR Articles
PLR articles are pre-written articles that are sold in packages or as part of a monthly membership.

Pros:

1. PLR articles are much more affordable than ghostwritten ones.
2. The content is ready, so you don’t have to wait for a ghostwriter to become available or find a ghostwriter who is available.

Cons:

1. The content is not unique. You share the articles with the other people who purchased the package or membership.
2. You can’t submit the PLR articles to article directories.
3. The quality can be questionable.
4. You have to find PLR packages in your niche – or hope that the membership you signed up for sends you ones that you can use.

How can you even the odds between the two? Find a quality PLR service that allows you choose your topics. If the articles are well written, and their distribution is limited, it’s almost as good as getting ghostwritten content just for you. That way, you get the best of both worlds – quality content at a great price.

The article was written by:

Nicole Dean is the owner of www.EasyPLR.com – where you’ll find high-quality PLR articles sold in very limited quantities. The PLR articles at EasyPLR are professionally written and professionally edited — top quality at an affordable price.