I’m hugely excited about the wonderful new Web writing opportunities for us all in 2013.
One such opportunity is PLR (Private Label Rights) content.
Although PLR has been popular for a decade, it’s been given a kick along by the demand for CONTENT, and more content.
Some of my students are doing amazing things with PLR: they’re both writing and selling their own PLR and are buying PLR so that they can create a range of products super-fast.
As Raf, one of my students, says about PLR — it’s all about volume. You need to write, and then to sell. However, the rewards are fantastic. Raf’s making $20K a month with his PLR business.
Can you write and sell PLR? Of course you can. I’ve created a new product to help you, “Write, Sell and Use PLR: Content is King”. This product is in prelaunch, with a special offering for my loyal readers only.
The PLR Genius program is included.
This new program is both a beginners’ guide, and a guide to advanced PLR — creating your own unique products with PLR content you buy from others. I’m in many different niches. I’ve had great success in the weight loss niche, and in the self-help niche; I buy PLR from various vendors, edit and add to it, and then I sell it on my own websites.
Mobile is a huge trend. Watch for serialized content appearing as PLR. If you want to get ahead of the curve, create your own serials now. (Be sure to put your buyers onto a mailing list.)
Get ready for 2013: new Web writing series
To help you to get ready for 2013, I’ll be running a new series on this blog: “Web Writing in 2013 and Beyond”. It starts in December; watch for it.
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