This week we’ve published a series of articles on PLR in conjunction with the release of our new program, “Write, Sell and Use PLR: Content is King“.
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This week we’ve given you lots of ideas on how to write and sell top-selling PLR in conjunction with the release of Write, Sell and Use PLR: Content is King.
Check out any articles you’ve missed below. One point — save these articles. This material isn’t covered in the PLR training.
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.
Interested in writing Private Label Rights (PLR) content? There’s a huge demand for content, so this week, let’s look at various ways in which you can write PLR for hungry buyers.
When it comes to Private Label Rights (PLR) content (content that you sell to which the buyer buys all rights), most writers stick to the tried and true. They choose topics like pets, health, self-help, social media, etc.
These topics are hugely popular. This means that there’s competition; you’ll need to advertise your own PLR heavily so that you can stand out, and get attention and sales.
Affiliate marketers love content which they can reuse and repurpose to market the products they’re promoting.
Many writers check out the news for content ideas, but few use the news as a source of ideas for PLR creation. I find lots of content ideas in business, tech, and health news. They’re my favorite topics. You may be interested in sports and celebrity news. Choose any areas which you enjoy, and which you can write about, and then watch these areas for news stories.
I love magazines, because for around 15 years, before I got into Web writing, writing for magazines was my primary source of income.
So here’s what I know about magazines: mass market magazines spend hundreds of thousands of dollars each year on research. Multi-national companies spend big on full-page ads in major magazines, and they spend millions of dollars on research and development.
You can tap into all that market research to write your Private Label Rights content.
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