When I was a kid one of my favorite toys was my Lincoln Logs.
I started with a single set and would build a little cabin. As I got more sets I could combine them and make bigger cabins or a bunch of little cabins or a cool fort.
What the heck does this have to do with Private Label Rights?
Just like with my Lincoln Logs (kinda), PLR products can be used to make many different (digital) items.
One of the biggest problems I have seen in dealing with private label rights products is Continue reading
When it comes to editing Private Label Rights products, there are several items you can edit or re-purpose that can makeover your cookie-cutter PLR, into a profitable piece of content.
Profitable in generating income directly by selling it or indirectly by giving it away to build your subscriber list.
With written PLR content you should, among other things, change the title and graphics. With video PLR you should have an introduction image that tells the viewer something about the video they are about to watch. You should also have what is called an outro image that acts as a call to action for the viewer.
An Example Of A Video Outro Image
The outro or call to action image will contain the url to the landing page of your offer and a brief blurb telling the viewer to go there right now! You probably would not use those exact words but the idea is to get the viewer to take action.
One of the items I include with all my PLR video packages is the intro & outro images that can be used as-is or as place-holders so you can replace them with your own.
One way to replace them is to manually create your own images and add them to the beginning and end of each video which, by the way is very time consuming.
The other way is Continue reading
PLR vs. Copywriting
Getting fresh quality content on your website is important. I’ve posted plenty of articles here over the last several years saying this & giving examples of how you can do this. But maybe you’re confused by the various ways and not sure which would work best for you.
For most people, it’s going to be a choice between three:
- Writing the content yourself.
- Hiring somebody to write it for you
- Using PLR content.
The mechanics of the first option are, for the most part, pretty obvious. Writing content yourself gives you absolute power over your content. But then, it takes a lot of time and some skill too. Let’s face it – some people just aren’t good at writing (I am definitely in that group). But this article is going to focus on the other two options, PLR and ghostwriting.
Here are general overviews of what both entail, starting with ghostwriting:
- You hire a writer who agrees to write for some form of compensation, usually money.
- He is generally paid per article.
- The very word “ghostwriter” means that your writer is anonymous. You get to claim the article as your own, and you own the rights to it.
- Ghostwriters are often hired at copywriting services, large online websites that provide a kind of brokerage service between ghostwriters and clients.
The advantage of ghostwriting is Continue reading