I asked some blogger friends what was their greatest need when it came to blogging. Overwhelmingly, “more time” was their answer.
I’ve discovered a great shortcut for blogging content. It’s called PLR articles.
Let’s face it: for those of us who want our blogs to generate income, we are sometimes at a loss for words and/or aware that few people are going to find our family stories interesting enough to return.
PLR helps me fill in the content gaps, offering keyword-rich articles and blog post ideas. PLR means the hard part is done, and I can spend what limited time I do have putting on the finishing touches.
Veteran PLR provider Nicole Dean offers this informative article about PLR.
What Can you Do with PLR Articles?
by Nicole Dean
You may have seen the term Private Label Rights or PLR articles
being tossed around frequently lately. PLR articles are articles you
can buy (usually in packages or as part of a membership) that you may
edit and use as you wish. Unlike free reprint articles, you are not
required to link back to anyone else’s website which makes them
appealing to many web publishers.
Once you understand the concept behind PLR articles, you can see
why they are appealing. Most people can envision the value of adding
the articles to their websites. But, did you know there are more ways
to use PLR articles than that?
1. Add them to your blog.
Similar to adding PLR articles to your website, you can take
excerpts and use them on your blog for fresh content. Whether you take
a portion and use it as a “tip of the day” or use the entire article,
PLR articles can be a huge time saver for you.
2. Send them in your newsletter.
Need content for your newsletter? PLR articles are an option. Of
course, if you’re developing a relationship with your readers, you may
wish to edit the articles to make them your own voice. However, you can
pull a section from a PLR article – use it as inspiration — and whip
out a newsletter in minutes.
3. Start an ecourse.
If you purchase a package of PLR articles based on a theme, it’s
quite easy to turn them into an ecourse simply by adding them to your
autoresponder. Something as simple as “Five Ideas for Kids Lunches” can
become a 5 day ecourse to grow a big newsletter list.
4. Use them in your podcast.
Take a PLR article and use it as inspiration for a podcast. Add the content and you’re done.
5. Send them in a print mailing.
Direct mailing is huge. If you have a list of postal mailing
addresses, put together a free report from PLR articles and send it
6. Create a special report.
Simply bulk together some PLR articles that have the same topic,
and make them flow into a special report. Turn it into a pdf file and
give it away to your website visitors.
See how easy that is?
The only hard part is finding a high quality PLR service that fits your niche. Look around. Make sure the PLR package or membership you choose provides you with high quality articles so you can create something you’ll be proud of.
Nicole Dean welcomes you to check out EasyPLR.com – where you’ll find high-quality PLR articles on niches sold in very limited quantities.
I highly recommend this PLR site for the best PLR on the web.
I also want to let you know that I have created a PLR site myself. Please check out All Content PLR and grab some FREE PLR articles. Sign up for my mailing list to be notified when I add new PLR. Tell all your blogger friends!
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