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11 Ways To Customize PLR Without Re-Writing It

PLR Content plrvideodirect.comI’m a huge advocate of re-doing PLR to some degree or another before putting it to use BUT..,

When you purchase quality PLR, doing a full re-write is not necessary & if it is then I would say it would not qualify as ‘quality PLR‘.

So here are 11 ways to customize PLR without totally re-writing it (these are NOT in any order or preference).

  1. Add videos (hint hint). You can create your own videos or you can find relevant videos to embed from, oh I don’t know.., maybe this site. Videos can provide further ideas, opinions or demonstrate a process shown in the written content.
  2. Use the content as an addition to a product you’ve created from scratch. If you’ve already got a product you’ve created, adding PLR can fill in some gaps and the overall flavor of your content is still completely original.
  3. Add photos or other images. You can pay for images at places like http://stockphoto.com or you can find free ones at http://morguefile.com and http://www.freeimages.com/. Images help your content stand out and can create a visual reinforcement of what the content is all about.
  4. Add links. Include useful links to resources, tools and products that your target audience would be most interested in.
  5. Include charts, graphs and diagrams. Not only does they make your content stand out, but charts, graphs and diagrams can make it easier to understand and digest your content. Just going a little extra mile can make all the difference.
  6. Create worksheets or checklists to complement the content you publish. If you’ve got a how-to article or report, taking a few minutes to give your readers an extra like a worksheet or a checklist will go a long way.
  7. Add statistics and facts for further credibility. Look for related facts that you can use in your content. There are a variety of websites that provide statistical information, including many government websites.
  8. Make your own drawings. If you’ve got an artistic flair, consider making your own drawings to illustrate your content. Art is very personal and gives your readers a real glimpse into who you are.
  9. Insert your own point of view into the content. This is the easiest and most straightforward thing you can do. Adding your own unique thoughts will allow you to connect with your audience better.
  10. When it comes to reports, add an introduction and conclusion specifically from you. This can make all the difference when getting your target audience’s attention and showcasing you as an authority in your market.
  11. Niche it. General content can be adapted to specific niches. For example, an article on weight loss could be altered to target women after pregnancy, diabetics and other groups.
  12. Add product recommendations. If you have personal experience with products related to the content, include that information. It’s useful to your readers and shows you have experience with the topic.
  13. Current events and news. Make your content more relevant by using current events to further illustrate a point. Not only is it helpful to your readers, but it also shows you as someone who is aware of what’s going on and what matters.


Just a little more than 11.

Okay so math is not one of my strong points but these are still only some of the possibilities you have at your disposal when it comes to editing your PLR.

In addition to these ideas, you need to remember that with most all PLR products you are not limited to the number of times you can repurpose the same content.

Thanks for reading my post. Please let me know if you have questions, suggestions or comments.

– Steve Dougherty


PLR vs Copywriting

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. plr content

For most people, it’s going to be a choice between three:

  1. Writing the content yourself.
  2. Hiring somebody to write it for you
  3. 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

Building an Email Course with PLR Content

PLR Content Used As Email eCourse

There are two golden rules in a customer oriented business – getting customers, and keeping them.

Both steps are an art of their own. But what if you could kill both birds with one proverbial stone? Well, you can, and that proverbial stone is PLR.PLR Content As Email eCourse

Since good PLR is content, when you’ve got it, you can use it the same way you use any content. One of the most lucrative and beneficial ways to use content is by offering a free eBook. But an even better way of doing things is to offer a free “email course” in whatever informational topic it is that you happen to have PLR for.

Using PLR content for your course material, including text and Continue reading