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PLR Articles: How to Choose a Good Service

Private Label Rights (PLR) articles are hot right now. The only problem is that many people have tried them and been very disappointed. I can’t say I blame them. I’ve been disappointed, too.

Oftentimes, the PLR services you may have tried are lacking in several areas. So, what makes a good PLR service and how can you make sure that you don’t waste you money on a bad one?

Here are some questions to ask yourself before investing any money into a PLR package or membership.

1. What topics are you getting?
I mean, seriously, if you are promised 100 articles each month, but you end up receiving a selection on Laser Hair Removal and Divorce, when all your websites are about cooking… You just wasted money.

2. What quality are you getting?
Say you’re lucky enough to get a series of articles on your topic. Take a minute to look at them. Are they pure fluff? I’ve paid for articles that had no original ideas, or worse, were written so poorly that there’s no possible way I’d put them on my website. Make sure your PLR package contains quality articles. Otherwise, you just wasted money.

3. How many other people are getting the exact same articles?
If 1000 other people signed up to get the same articles, are you really receiving any value? Perhaps if you don’t mind reworking the articles. However, if you’d like more unique articles, then you may consider a more exclusive PLR service.

4. Does the PLR service give you any extras?
Are they offering training on ways to use their PLR articles? Do they provide you with ways to monetize the articles you’ve purchased? Some PLR sites will include recommended affiliate programs and training on how to use their articles to get the most benefits from their service.

Really assess the value you’re receiving when investing in any PLR package or service so that you don’t end up wasting your money. I don’t want you to make the same mistakes I did.

Author Resource – Nicole Dean welcomes you to check out  EasyPLR.com – where you’ll find high-quality PLR articles on niches sold in very limited quantities.

 

Why Your Affiliates Should Be Using PLR to Promote You

If you run an affiliate program, you know how time-consuming it can be to keep your affiliate center loaded with tools and resources to help your affiliates promote your product or services. It can be a full-time job on its own and quite frankly as a business owner you have other things you need to expend your energy on, on top of your affiliate program.

One way to save yourself some time and keep your affiliates happy and with a constant source of promotional resources is to with the use of PLR articles. There are actually a couple of ways to go about this, so choose the one (or both) that fits your particular program needs the best.

The first way to use PLR in your affiliate program is to use your own PLR articles and rewrite them so they can be used by your affiliates to promote your product or service. This will save you tons of time writing completely original content for them to use. It will also save you money because PLR articles tend to be much less expensive than hiring a ghostwriter.

The second way, which will benefit you and your affiliates more in the long run, but may not be something your affiliates are willing to do on a consistent basis (which is why you should actually implement both of these techniques) is to teach your affiliates how to use their own PLR content to promote you.

You can set up an eCourse or training manual that explains how PLR works and why it’s beneficial to them to use it in your program. Don’t be surprised when if you get a few emails from affiliates thanking you for turning them onto private label rights articles, either.

Teach your affiliates how to use PLR to promote you with MostlySanePLR’s 9 Uses for PLR Articles eCourse. Check it out at Easy PLR

The Benefits of PLR to Your Coaching Clients

The Benefits of PLR to Your Coaching Clients

How many times have you had a client who is desperate to save money without giving up more of their own time in their business? Whether they are an online business owner or run a brick and mortar shop, saving money on business costs is usually at the top of every business owner’s list, followed by having more time to do what they want versus spending it working in order to cut their costs.

One way your clients can save money on their content creation is by using private label rights articles in their business. No need to hire a ghostwriter to write everything for them and they can say goodbye to spending countless hours writing their own sales letters, articles, blog posts, newsletters and more.

You probably already understand the benefits of PLR in your own business, but imagine how your clients would feel if they too could experience the freedom PLR can give them. Not to mention the savings.

Check out this eCourse that you can use to show your clients how to use PLR in their own business. They’ll love you for it! Easy 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 revisee 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 $50 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 but 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 Business PLR you do not find here on this site, go see what types of packages Nicole Dean 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 being aware 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!

 

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,



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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

 

4 Common Misconceptions about PLR Content

Recently, in an interview, I was asked this question:

“Can you explode any misconceptions that stop people from using PLR content?”

Here is my answer.

There are four main myths that I run into regularly.

1. The biggest misconception that people have is that all PLR is crap.

2. The second biggest misconception is that ghostwriters are not good writers. We can even take that a step further and add that people assume they are stupid, taken advantage of, and/or they don’t speak English as their native language.

3. The third misconception is that using PLR takes away from your expert status.

4. The fourth misconception is that PLR and ghostwriting are somehow dishonest.

Let’s run through those one by one.

Myth #1: All PLR is Crap.

If you go back to about 2003, then I’d say that you are absolutely correct. Nearly all PLR at that time was junk. There may have been a few exceptions, but I wouldn’t touch most of that PLR content with a 10-foot pole.

We’ve made great strides in the last few years to raise the standards for what is acceptable and what is not in the PLR world. I’d like to think that I was one of the leaders in that movement.

Myth #2: Ghostwriters are Stupid.

I’ve got to tell you that I’ve worked with some ghostwriters who are brilliant in many ways. Oftentimes, they’re fabulous communicators, smart marketers, and hard working entrepreneurs. And, yes, they’re qualified to write quality information on many topics on the internet.

For instance, for a long time, I had a nurse writing my health PLR articles. I’ve also got a writer who graduated from Stanford University, who writes for several popular print magazines, and is a published author. Yes, she has her own book. And, another who had a career as a Political Speech Writer (before having children). That’s just three of my writers. They’re all amazing people, each with a variety of skills and life experience.

To assume they aren’t capable of writing quality content would be just silly.

I don’t just go to eLance.com and take the lowest bidder. To think that’s how all PLR sites work would certainly be a misconception.

Myth #3: You’re Not a “Real” Expert if you Use PLR.

The other misconception is that using PLR articles takes away your own value as the expert. That you are somehow cheating, plagiarizing, or that you’re a phony if you use PLR.

If ONLY you could see my customer list. It reads like the “Who’s who of Successful Online Business Owners”.

Business is all about cutting costs while increasing the bottom line. What better example is there than PLR content?

If you use PLR articles as drafts, they are delivered to you, ready for you, as the expert, to add your unique thoughts to them.

If you look at PLR like that – you can still keep your personality in your brand – and your sanity at the same time.

Myth #4: Using Ghostwriters or PLR is Cheating.

Most biographies in the bookstores are written by ghostwriters.

Most of the famous orations from our history were written by someone other than the public figure who gave the speech.

It’s not cheating to get help. It’s smart business.

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.

 

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.

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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.

The Benefits of Using PLR material to make you money

I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately about Private Label Rights (PLR) content. I used to think that it was only for lazy people who didn’t want to do their own writing. But as I learn more, I’ve come up with lots of great ways I can use PLR in my own business.

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, PLR is content that you get from the original author along with their permission to use it as your own. So you can get a great report, put your name on it and have your own product to sell or give away!

The first couple of products I created using PLR only took me about half an hour. There have been a few sales so far from them so that was definitely time well spent.

When searching for PLR content to use, I found there were a lot of different types of sites available. Some offer monthly memberships and others offered just one time purchases. So be sure to look around before you decide where to buy.

The site I found that was by far the best was PLRWholesaler. Not only do they have an unbelievable amount of content, but it’s completely FREE. Most sites charge an arm and a leg for the amount of content that this guy is giving away.

And although I haven’t been through everything yet, what I have read is very good quality. It’s stuff you would actually want to use as your own.

Since it’s free, I highly recommend that you check out PLRWholesaler and see if they have anything that you can use in your business. There just may be an ebook or audio recording that you could quickly brand your information and start selling to your list.

Check it out and let me know what you think…

PLR Wholesaler

 

A Look at Info Products

I just wanted to discuss some aspects of information products today. I came across a free ebook that discussed making and selling info products. As I love reading info products, sell info products, and create info products, I am always trying to keep up with as much as I can.

The ebook I want to review today is called eBook Marketing 101. This is 19 pages. I will list the pros and cons as they occurred to me.

Pros

new info that was helpful
proper editing and formatting

Cons

empty pages with nothing on them
although informative, the writing style was a little boring
not written for all levels of readers skill and understanding

As I was reading through this ebook, the author was discussing how he/she made a lot of money writing and selling these products. I had to laugh. Since there were missing pages, and I felt like parts of the book were just rehashed info written another way, I was not convinced that this person truly made a lot of money. Maybe I am just picky but when I review something and it is not professional enough for me to believe this person is an expert, I tend to disbelieve most of what the message is trying to portray.

I have been guilty of this I am sure. I do have my own editor for my products, as I know my grammar is the worst. I can write with no problems, yet grammar structure I can not seem to nail. I guess though, if I could, as well as other writers out there, there would be no need for editors to be employed.

It is not such a big deal to have a free product not be perfect but most people expect that when they pay for something they will get their money’s worth or money back. With info products, you usually do not get your money back due to the nature of the product. Although most upstanding businesses will offer a money back guarantee or a replacement of some type to keep the customer happy and avoid negative feedback. The problem with free products not being as professional as paid products is that most people will never find that out once they see that the free product was lacking.

Internet Marketing is a learning process. It takes most of us years to get to the point where we can even feel secure in what we know. let alone call ourselves experts. I do not want to be a “Guru”. I prefer to write what I have learned, create products, and them tell people that I do know what I am talking about due to experience and learning through my own applications but am by no means an expert for others to “worship” or follow blindly to the ends of the earth. This way I can share what I have learned at the same time as others can hold my advice and guidance in the right perspective. It is a win-win for all.

If anyone has any questions or concerns, feel free to leave a comment and we can start a discussion over the next little while to see where it can lead us.
Take care for now.