This reputation management PLR report offers valuable information to your prospects on how to start monitoring their corporate reputations online through social media and other free tools.
This report is idea for lead generation and is completely re-brandable. The document was created using OpenOffice, so I recommend using that to edit and add your company name and website before exporting to PDF.
In addition to the report, I have also added four follow up emails for your autoresponder series. Each of these delivers valuable resources to your leads without any hard selling at all.
You are of course free to make any changes to them that you’d like. I encourage you to add your branding to the emails and personalize them for your list.
P.S. If you like this reputation management PLR, please feel free to share this link with your friends!
Free 13 page mobile marketing report featuring highlights of the biggest and fastest growing trends of the year 2012 and projected trends for this year as well! This mobile marketing report works great for generating offline leads for your marketing services.
Topics covered include QR codes, tablet apps, local search, smartphones, text message marketing, mobile friendly web design and more.
Also features some exciting mobile marketing statistics and case study examples from large corporations who are jumping on this hot trend in 2013 and have big mobile plans for the year to come!
Feel free to give this report away as an incentive to build your list.
Only restrictions are no selling it, no passing on the PLR rights and no claiming original copyright please!
Other than that, pass it on to anyone who can use it and make it work for you!
Hey there, I am excited to share these brand spanking new local marketing PLR reports with all of you.
This little package is themed around local and offline marketing using Yelp, Craigslist and Google Places.
The titles include: 7 Secrets to Getting a Flood of Customers from Craigslist, 7 Secrets to Optimizing Your Google Places Listing and 7 Secrets to Optimizing Your Yelp Listing.
Google Places report is 15 pages total, Craigslist report is 18 pages and Yelp report is 17 pages total.
These handy short reports are outstanding freebies for your offline lead generation. Give them to your prospects to help them get the most out of their advertising efforts on these sites.
PLR usage rights are simple enough. Give these away, sell them and edit them as you see fit. Just no claiming original copyright or putting my name on them and no transferring the PLR or MRR to anyone who buys them from you.
Hey there everyone, I just wanted to let you know that I have just released a free special report for the dating niche. This guide focuses on dating and relationship tips for women and has some great tips (written by yours truly) for how to make yourself irresistible to any guy you want!
I have a bit of experience in this area since I worked as an escort for over five years. I know the ins-and-outs (pun intended) of sexual attraction and my tips are unique, fresh and entertaining to read.
If you like the content in the free report, please consider buying my full PLR package (it’s only $12.00!) that comes with four PLR articles on how to get your ex back, as well as an editable version of this free report so that you can rebrand the guide and give it away, sell it or add it to an existing paid product.
As you may have noticed, I’ve been blogging a lot about PLR content recently. I have also just launched my very own PLR store, but it’s currently under construction. Although there is only one package of private label rights content for sale at the moment, I wanted to make sure everyone knows that I’m already working on my next package of articles about online dating and getting your ex back.
If you need content for a dating site or a “going green” blog, be sure to visit the site and sign up for my newsletter while you’re there. I will be sending out notifications when new content becomes available for sale.
So we’ve covered some basic information on how to get started with writing PLR articles as part of your freelance writing ventures, but today we’re going to take a quick look at some of the different websites where you can sell your content and actually start making some money!
1) Warrior Forum- This is probably one of the best places to make money with PLR, at least that I know of. The warrior forum is an internet marketing forum where you can post a WSO (warrior special offer) and make tons of money selling high-quality PLR conent.
This isn’t limited to writing either. It can be graphics, templates, articles, website designs, or just about anything else. The only real trouble you are likely to encounter when selling PLR in this forum is a lack of trust and reputation when you first start out. The forum is a community where everyone knows the other members or at least knows OF THEM. There are some cliques that appear to exist within the WF, just like anywhere else.
I highly recommend spending some time reading threads and posting useful responses before you attempt to run your first WSO. The reason is simple: it won’t sell if you just show up out of nowhere and try to sell people your product/service without first getting to know everyone first. That’s kind of how it is in any other situation too, right? No exception here.
When you are ready to post your first WSO, be sure that your PLR content is TOP-NOTCH and don’t offer CRAP! This is a great way to ruin any chance you have at making decent money with PLR and will fuck you over real fast, so put some effort into your research and writing before throwing something out there or trying to get away with as little work as possible.
Oh yes, and you will need to be smart about your WSO offerings and figure out what is profitable for the type of content you are going to offer. The reason I say that is because it’s not free to post a WSO. It’s $40 a pop, which isn’t much in the greater scheme of things. If it turns out to be lucrative, that is. If it doesn’t, you might want to readjust your strategy quick before you find yourself wasting money on useless WSOs with poor ROI.
2) Tradebit - This one is a huge marketplace for selling and reselling digital downloads. Tradebit has everything from graphics and templates to eBooks and software. Seems to be a huge competitively priced array of different products available. I’ve purchased through them a few times, you can find some of the lowest prices on eBooks by browsing this site.
As a seller, I haven’t had much luck here so far. You can setup a free affiliate program and Tradebit takes some sort of share when you make a sale. Cool thing about using this site to sell your PLR is that you can integrate it with your Dropbox account and essentially sell access to files in your public folder. Pretty cool, huh?
It also has options for adding your Clickbank products and you can setup your custom Paypal IPN if you’d like as well. You can generate widgets for individual products or merchants and embed them on your site/blog too, if you want to promote other sellers or your own stuff.
3) Fiverr - Fiverr is a great place to sell your PLR! Got any packages of content that sell for 5? Stick a couple of them on Fiverr and test it out! Or simply compile a small pack of five articles on a particular topic, then bundle them together as a single Fiverr gig. There is tons of PLR content for sale on Fiverr and I’ve found some pretty good stuff as a buyer.
I’ve done well selling too, but haven’t explored much in the way of selling PLR. However, I’ve seen tons of successful sellers on there selling PLR articles in bulk. Don’t forget that once you get some positive feedbacks from your buyers, you will automatically be promoted to a level 1 seller (then 2 and possible a top-rated seller, if you’re lucky!). What this means is that you will then have the option of adding upsales to your Fiverr gigs.
You can start with a 5 pack of PLR articles and offer an add-on for an additional ten pack, for buyers who want more of your PLR material. Tons of possibilities here.
4) eBay - Personally, I don’t have any experience with selling PLR on eBay, but I have read numerous blogs which recommend taking advantage of this sales channel so it might be worth checking out if you need to make some extra sales. I guess I dont have too much to say on this one, but if the idea sounds like something that might work for you, I suggest doing a quick Google search to learn more about how to use eBay for selling your PLR content.
5) JVZoo - This site is cool because it’s 100% free to setup your product and start selling it online. Not only that, but they also make it easy and free to start an affiliate program for your digital products as well. You will need a Paypal account first, but as long as you have one of those then you should be pretty much set.
You can even upload your files to JVZoo and they will handle the delivery after someone buys one of your products. Other users can request to be an affiliate and promote your stuff, and you have total control over who you approve and how long you want to delay their payments, if at all. You can start an affiliate contest to offer an incentive and boost your affiliates sales. You are also in full control of the commission rates for each product. You can pay your affiliates %20, %50 or even 100%. Totally up to you.
You can also find related products by searching in the marketplace for sellers to promote once they approve you. JVZoo gives you the option of linking to your own sales page or generating one through their system. You can also create a WSO using your JVZoo payment buttons, if you’d like to use it for the delivery of your files.
So as you can see, these five sites are great places to start if you are ready to start selling your PLR content. Of course, there are tons of websites that allow you to sell digital products, so don’t limit yourself to the ones in this list. The best approach to take with any site is to take it for a test drive and see what kind of results you get. Always track your success with each of them to make the most informed marketing and promotion investments in the future. It should become clear rather quickly where your buyers are and which methods work best to deliver your products to them. Best of luck!
In a previous post, we discussed how to make some extra money by writing PLR content and selling it on the web. Today we’re going to elaborate on one of the final steps necessary before you make your PLR available for sale. You can actually do this step in the beginning or at the end, it doesn’t really matter. I usually make mine ahead of time, and I have created a template that I simply edit each time I need to create a new license.
So, what should be included in a PLR license? Really, the answer is totally up to you. It all depends on what you would like to allow your buyers to do with the content they buy from you.
For example, typically private label rights allow the purchaser to re-brand the material in a way that works for their business. That normally entails editing the text, modifying the content or adding their name as the author.
There are no legal definitions for what constitutes private label rights. You can essentially think of it as selling your intellectual property (original writing) to multiple buyers. Limiting the number of buyers you will sell a given package of content to is advised, as this will make your content more exclusive and therefore allows you to price each package higher.
In most private label rights licenses I have seen so far, the author does not allow buyers to claim original copyright. That seems to be the standard as far as I can tell. Some product creators give their buyers resell rights as well, which means the buyer is authorized to sell the content to other buyers. Oftentimes a writer/creator will include a suggested retail price to charge, but ultimately the resell amount is at the discretion of the buyer who wishes to sell the content.
Unrestricted private label rights means that the buyers are allowed to resell the content WITH the same private label rights that they have acquired as a customer. Not all licenses allow this, and it’s your choice if you want to give this right to your buyers.
The standard rights included in most of the PLR packages I’ve seen or purchased myself include the following rights: editing, modifying, claiming authorship, breaking up the content, adding to the content and omitting parts of the content. Likewise, the most common restrictions I have encountered include: must include the PLR license when reselling, no giveaway rights, no selling through dime sales and no editing the PLR license.
You will also need to decide whether or not your buyers can give the content away for free in exchange for new subscribers who opt-in to their email list. I would recommend allowing this, as it’s a popular use of PLR content.
Another important decision is whether or not you will allow your product to be packaged with other products and sold for a higher price, which is usually allowed from what I can tell.
However, not all PLR licenses allow buyers to add the product as a bonus to an existing paid product. Personally, I would suggest allowing this as I consider it another popular way of using PLR products.
Below, I have included a standard PLR license template that I use for all my PLR products. You’re welcome to use it for yours as well, but of course remember to change the URL to your website and plug in your info instead of the example text.
Replace the image with a cover design for your package and make any changes to the rights that are necessary before you use the template.
When it’s all customized to your needs and specific product, then export the document in Google Docs as a PDF and zip it with your other files that you plan to package as part of your PLR product.
Are you a freelance writer who is looking for an additional source of passive income to keep you afloat between clients? We all know how inconsistent freelancing can be sometimes, and it’s not a good feeling when you are suddenly stressed out over paying your bills and making ends meet.
Even if you are established and have several returning clients, you’re bound to have some slow times here and there, just like in any other type of work.
What you need to consider is creating your own products using your freelance writing skills. One example of creating your own product is to self-publish an ebook on Amazon. You write the book once, publish it and it will be available for sale from that point on. That means that as more copies are sold each month, you’re making money without any extra work!
Trust me, I’ve done this myself. As a self-published author, I’ve managed to make almost enough to cover my rent each month since publishing my eBook on Amazon in November of 2010. That’s not a ton of money, but it’s sure been helpful and almost eliminated one of my greatest expenses!
But writing eBooks is not for everyone. Some writers prefer shorter and more focused topics to write about. So how can these writers earn a passive income as a freelancer? One idea worth considering is to write a package of PLR articles centered around a specific niche and then sell them as downloadable info products!
Not familiar with PLR content? Check out this great interview post with PLR expert Peggy Baron. It offers some great insights on how creating PLR products works and gives some great advice for bloggers on how to get started on creating their own.
After checking out Tristan’s blog article, you may also want to read through this great post from Web Career Girl. She does a very nice job of sharing her own experience with creating and selling her own PLR products, and helps to explain how the process works a bit as well.
Or, if you don’t have time to click the links right now then I have a few of my own ideas to share while you’re here…
What is a PLR Article Package?
PLR stands for “private label rights,” which means that your package of niche articles will be sold to marketers and site owners who are granted these rights upon purchase of your product.
Typically, private label rights include permission to do the following:
Edit the writing in any way
Claim authorship and add their name to the content
Package the content with their other products for sale
Offer the content as a bonus with any of their paid products
Use the writing as content for a paid membership site
Sell the content
Sell resale rights to the content
Sell private label rights to the content
Of course, if you’re making your own product then you have total control over the rights and licensing. So if you don’t like any of the permissions listed above, simply change it! That’s the beauty of offering a product you have written and created yourself — you decide what others are allowed to use it for.
How do I start creating a PLR Package?
You can do this in a number of different ways, and I encourage you to research more on the topic in order to find the best method for your needs. I’ve outlined some steps below that you can use as general guidelines to get you started:
Pick a popular niche and start researching the most popular topics and keywords within that niche.
Choose between 5-10 keywords from your research to use for your articles.
Start researching your chosen keywords to learn about their related topics, taking notes and finding multiple sources of information.
Write at least one article for each keyword you have chosen, with a maximum keyword density of 2% for best SEO results.
Edit, run a spell check and proofread all of your articles at least twice to check for errors.
Break the content of each article up into small chunks of text and use hierarchy by adding appropriate headings and bulleted or numbered lists.
Be sure that each article follows a standard structure that includes a title, an introduction, between 3-5 paragraphs for the body and a final paragraph for the conclusion.
Since you’ve done your own research and are writing original content, you shouldn’t have too much to worry about when it comes to passing Copyscape, but I recommend checking it just in case!
When you’ve completed the steps above and have at least five articles, export each one in both plain text and Word format, then zip all the files along with your private label rights license.
Design a professional looking product box graphic for your package, or hire a designer to create one for you.
Search for an available domain name to register and use exclusively to sell your new product and other packages you offer in the future.
Start promoting your new site and the products you are selling there!
Extra credit: consider going the extra mile by putting a little extra time and effort into creating a free PDF guide or report about a hot topic within the niche covered in your articles, then offer it as a bonus with the package to encourage sales!
There is a lot of buzz surrounding the topic of PLR packages. Lots of site owners use PLR article packages to stock their sites with content that is pre-written and usually priced low. In a previous post, we answered some basic questions about private label rights content and how it is used. Today, we will be covering the pros and cons associated with purchasing PLR articles for your website, newsletter or blog.
The Pros of PLR
Saves you time
This is one of the main benefits of buying PLR content for your site. You don’t have to spend time writing blog posts or email newsletters for your readers, like you normally would have to when launching a new site. As we know, that is a long and on-going process. You also don’t have to spend time researching to find the right freelancer to write your content, since PLR is already written.
Saves you money
PLR article packages are pre-written, usually by freelance writers who know the topics well and have experience writing within your niche. Since the writer is not working for you individually, they do not charge as much for the content. They typically bundle it together according to topic and sell it at a low price to attract more buyers. Hiring a freelancer to write custom content is considerably more expensive, though sometimes worth the extra cash.
Freedom to customize
As you may already know, when you buy content that comes with private label rights, you are usually given permission to edit any part of that content. You can also claim authorship, re-purpose the articles for distribution using other mediums, and add to it as well. PLR articles are a great starting point if you are new to a topic or niche and need some ideas to get started.
Easy to rewrite
Even if you are not the best writer yourself, PLR articles are usually pretty easy to rewrite in order to make them unique and to avoid duplicate content penalties from search engines. To read more about how this works, check out my list of 7 tips for rewriting PLR. Also, some freelance writers (like myself) offer rewriting services for PLR content as well. The rates for rewriting are generally much lower than a writer’s standard rate for original content, since the research has already been done for them in the case of PLR articles.
The Cons of PLR
Search engine penalties
Many site owners are concerned about duplicate content penalties from search giants like Google. These concerns are totally legitimate, and I understand why it scares some people away from using PLR packages.
However, this is easy to remedy — you just need to rework the content to make it unique! And it’s easier to do that than a lot of people seem to think. My suggestion is to give it a try as best you can, then run your edited version through Copyscape to see if it passes. If it does, you’re set to go!
If not, consider finding a freelancer to rewrite it for a small fee. I have done tons of PLR rewriting for clients and my turnaround time is very fast, so this may be worth exploring. It’s important to remember the consequences of using PLR as-is. Google will slap you with their penalties and your search rankings will suffer considerably!
Not all PLR content is created equally. It’s important to avoid articles that were obviously written by someone who didn’t know the topic well. Also, if the price is too low then you should probably be suspicious and it would be smart to view a sample from the content before you choose to purchase what may turn out to be low-quality and useless content for your site.
High number of buyers
This concern is closely related to the first item on this list. Duplicate content penalties from using PLR are more likely if the content package has been purchased by a high number of other site owners.
Some sites that sell PLR articles place limits on how many buyers they will sell a package to, which is definitely a good sign and something to keep your eye out for. The more people who have purchased and are using a set of PLR articles, the trickier it may be to recraft the content in order to make it unique.
Again, testing with Copyscape can ensure uniqueness. It may be a better idea to shop for PLR articles on a smaller site that focuses on a very specific niche, since less people have probably purchased the content and this issue becomes less of a concern.
Not specific to your site or blog
This is another issue that is easily fixed by rewriting your PLR content or simply hiring a freelancer to do the job for you. However, you will find that most PLR is not going to be 100% suitable for your blog or site if you skip that step. They tend to be written for general topics in order to work for several types of niche blogs within a given topic.
Hopefully this breakdown helps you decide if PLR content is right for your website or blog. What has your experience been with using PLR articles for your site? Do you agree or disagree with any of the points I made in this post? I would love to hear from some site owners who have used PLR in the past, and would be happy to help answer questions from any readers who are considering PLR.