Video PLR & How To Buy Quality
You have come to recognize the value of great video PLR, so you go shopping.
Immediately you realize the bewildering number of sites out there who promise to sell you great video PLR. You don’t want to waste your money and you don’t want to waste your time, so how do you know you’re getting the best possible quality?
First, it doesn’t hurt to ask for some recommendations.
The more you stick around the online business world the more contacts you will make, you know, people who have been in the business and who have the same needs you have. Many of them are probably buying content just like you are. Don’t just take recommendations from someone because they’re on a forum you frequent, try to stick with people that you trust.
Second, look around the seller’s site.
Are there any samples that you can view? Obviously you are buying video PLR because you don’t want the hassle of trying to create your own professional quality videos. You’re really going to undermine yourself if the videos you buy aren’t any better than what you could be creating on your own.
So find a sample and check. Of course, samples can sometimes lie, people can put out a great sample and then put out a crappy paid product. That’s why you also want to check on the refund policy and maybe even do a quick search on the site name and owners name to see if any positve or negative ‘reviews’ pop up.
Next, look for professionalism on the website itself.
It doesn’t have to be a fancy website with all the bells and whistles, but look at the content.
Is the written content good?
Is it quality?
Does it answer your questions and offer value?
Does the PLR producer seem to understand enough about the internet to at least produce a navigable site?
Is the site SO flashy and SO hyped up that it’s nearly impossible to read?
Finally & possibly most importantly, look at the rights themselves.
Are they a match for your needs? If you’re looking for a base video that you’ll be able to edit then you don’t want to buy video PLR that specifically forbids you from making changes.
If you’re looking for something to give away you’d better make sure the rights offer that kind of capability. Some providers will vary the rights from video to video, others will have a fairly consistent set of rights across all videos.
You need to make sure you understand what’s actually being sold either way.
Video PLR doesn’t have to be stressful.
In fact, buying good, quality video PLR can be one of the smartest and easiest decisions you ever make for your business—just as long as you take the time to do your due diligence on any providers you decide to work with.
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– Steve Dougherty