What Can I Use PLR for?
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This is part 7 of 10 where we'll answer questions about using Private Label Rights... These are excerpts from Nicole Dean's excellent PLR Basics report. Be sure to check out EasyPLR andCoachingPLR to get great deals on Private Label Rights...
What Can I Use PLR for?
PLR content has been used by business owners for everything from A to Z, online and off. If something requires content, PLR is there! Here are just a few of the most common uses for PLR:
Blog posts. You can break long pieces of content into smaller chunks and publish them on your blog, creating a series of posts on a single topic to draw readers to your site. PLR is also perfect when you're ramping up for a vacation or other downtime. Pre-load PLR-based blog posts so no one will even notice you're gone.
Newsletters/ezines. Use articles as-is (rewriting for your niche), or take sections of longer articles for your newsletter or ezine. Break them into regular, recurring columns, or use the topics for inspiration, add your own content, and call it good!
Ecourses. Special report PLR is perfect for ecourses, as it's typically a longer piece of content already broken into sections. Make each section its own day, and deliver it via autoresponder for hands-off list (and revenue!) building.
Membership sites. Who wants to join a membership site that looks like a ghost town? Get a head-start on your membership site by pre-populating the site with plenty of high-quality PLR content. Even when you first open the doors, you'll have tons of great info available for your new members.
Videos and audios. A great way to stand out from the crowd and to literally put PLR in your own voice is by recording the info on audio or video. You can then use these media files as ways to drive traffic to your site, or as fee-based courses.
Special reports. Combine several PLR articles into one document, save it as a PDF, and giveaway or sell the resulting report. You can use it as an ethical bribe for subscribers to your email list, or as a small report for generating income.
Podcast content. One of the hardest things with any content-driven service is the unrelenting need to generate more – more ideas, more value, more inspiration. Fight “podfade” by using PLR for your podcast. Just take a little bit from an article for a “tip of the week,” or record an entire series based on a PLR special report or group of articles.
Sales pages. Some PLR content comes complete with pre-created sales pages, so if writing sales copy isn't your strong point, “borrow” the sales page for your own. (One well-known internet marketer I know sometimes buys PLR just for the sales pages. She dumps the content and just uses the sales copy!)
Speeches. Speechwriting can be difficult, especially if you're the type who prefers to remain BEHIND the camera, instead of in front of it. Take information from an article series or report and make it into your speech, or use anecdotes and examples from PLR to flesh out your content.
Bonuses. Want to ramp up the products you already sell, quickly and easily? Use PLR as a bonus with purchase to make your offer into a “too-good-to-miss” extravaganza. (Hint: for added punch, record some as video/audio, and give away a report and an ecourse, too. That way you hit all learning styles!).
As you can see, PLR is a business owner's dream. But I just hit the tip of the iceberg here. People have been known to create books (yes, real print books) from the PLR that they've purchased. So think big!
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The previous parts of the series are at:
Part 1 - What Is PLR: The Basics
Part 2 - Who Should Consider Using PLR?
Part 3 - What Are the Benefits of PLR?
Part 4 - What Should I Look for in PLR Content?
Part 5 - How Do I Find PLR?
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