This post is a guest post by Laurie Neumann
There is a variety of Internet marketing PLR out there today. In case you are not familiar with PLR, it stands for private label rights. Simply put, it is content that has been written by someone else, but authorship can be claimed by the person using it. It is perfectly ethical. Here’s how it works.
You purchase some PLR and do some editing on it. You don’t have to edit it (PLR can be used as is) but it is recommended for a couple of reasons.
- PLR is sold to many different buyers so to make yours stand out you should change it a little
- You should give it your “voice” – add some of your own personality to it and really make it yours so that your readers get to know YOU.
If you are in the internet marketing niche, you know how important it is to be consistently producing content. There is some stiff competition in this niche, and to keep up, or better yet, to move ahead of your competition, you need to be offering fresh content regularly.
Where Can You Use PLR?
- Membership sites
- To “bulk up” your own writing
PLR can fill in the gaps and supplement your own writing. I don’t recommend using strictly PLR because you will also want to write some original content. But there are many ways to use PLR successfully. Mix it in with your own writing, or use PLR content for some blog posts and your own writing for others.
Did you ever sit and look at your computer screen, knowing you need to write a blog post but you drew a blank on what to write about? PLR can not only give you ideas for topics, but also give you the basic information for the post. Just add in a story or experience of your own and you can have a winner post. And it wasn’t all that hard to write since you had a great starting point.
Let’s face it. It is difficult to come up with all of our own content. PLR is an affordable way to get help with the writing. Your market will be dazzled with your knowledge and appreciate all the information you are sharing with them.
Grab some internet marketing PLR and give yourself a break from doing all the writing.