Hey, all. If you are still mystified as to how people make money using blogs, let me remind you of how it’s done.
- Ebook sales
- Digital product sales
- Course launches
- Coaching and teaching packages
- Pay per click ads
- Affiliate income meaning you’re sharing the link to other people’s products, digital products, ebooks, courses etc
Content marketing major shortcut: buy pre-written articles and edit them, then copy and paste
I want to tell you about a huge time-saving shortcut. You’re supposed to post a large amount of content to your blog if you want to drive a lot of traffic and get going with your various forms of passive income. But you need a ton of content to do that, and the content should also be high quality articles.
So in this video I’m going to explain to you the industry that is known as plr or private label rights as it applies to written content.
PLR articles are very similar to stock images that you download free or purchase for a low price.
You’re probably familiar with stock images that you can find on the web and use in your marketing. This type of content works the same way except it’s articles.
You use the articles to form your own content creations. They’re sold with private label rights which means you get to put your label on them meaning your brand.
Tips for branding with PLR or pre-written articles and making them your own
If you purchase PLR or private label rights content you should know that other people are buying the same content.
If you’re selling eBooks and courses created from the private label rights content you buy, it really shouldn’t be a problem. If you’re publishing as articles in your blog you definitely want to change some of the content to sound like you. More on that in a minute.
Business and Life Coaches purchase brandable courses, plr articles and more to cut their productivity time and launch in a matter of days instead of months
Take business coaching, for example. There are tons of business coaches out there but a single client will only be working with one coach. So if two coaches sell the same ebook under their own brand, it is not very likely at all that the clients who work with these coaches are going to come across the same ebook content twice. And if they do come across it, they’re not going to buy it because they already bought it!
Here’s how to be smart about publishing pre-written articles in your blog
If you’re publishing this content in your blog in order to drive traffic and signups, that’s a great thing to do. But you also want to be smart about it.
As long as you change headlines, switch points around, pepper in some of your own ideas and change the intro, you really don’t have any worry that other people are posting the same articles as you.
Once you change these elements of an article, it really becomes your own.
It’s very simple and quick to disguise PLR content. You just have to get into the flow of doing it before you publish it live on your website or blog.
If you use PLR, make sure it’s high quality pre-written articles from a reputable source
If you’re a coach or an expert or someone who publishes to a specific niche and you’re trying to drive traffic, you’ll do it faster and better with PLR articles on your side.
You can cut and paste, combine article sets, break up into blurbs and individual tips, change the content anyway you like, move it here and there and everywhere.
If you’re hoping to speed up content production to sell more digital products like courses and ebooks, then it’ll help to have a source of private label rights articles available.
Use the prewritten articles to build your list and make the money
You can post the articles in your blog everyday. You can share the links to your posts on social media. You can send out emails sharing the articles as well. And then you can offer upsells to your paid products, like ebooks and courses. And that’s how you make the money.
I will warn you though. Some people who sell content and call it PLR get it from the cheapest sources possible. Not trying to put down anyone from a different country but if you’re publishing in English and you’re publishing with the intention of sharing valuable information then you want the articles to reflect that.
It’s less likely to happen when a high school student from a third world country is the person who wrote your article.
So even though you might see content that’s cheap, cheaper, and rock bottom low price, don’t just fall to that temptation. Get a good PLR or brandable content source.
Lots of moms like me came from a marketing background. We’ve got English majors out here in the field of PLR, we’ve got communication experts and we just have a connection to some really smart people who happen to write and run their own marketing and coaching businesses from home. It makes sense for our hectic schedule and how we like to work, so this is what we do. Nice to meet you. 🙂
I will put you in touch with the best sources of pre-written articles, private label rights ebooks and such
Take our content for a test drive and sign up for a free membership at Wordfeeder. If you like the free articles, you can go the next step and purchase some content to make a course or a journaling challenge or an ebook or anything else you may intend on offering for sale on your website.
I will email you Wordfeeder content deals every day, so beware
Please note that I email every day. The more niches that you check off when you sign up and log into your member account on Wordfeeder, the more you’re going to hear from me. If you don’t want that, I get it. But then don’t put me in your work email inbox.
Instead, create an email address to you specifically for signing up for everyone’s content deals. You’re going to be barraged every day and it’s going to be awesome. As long as it’s getting to the right place and not disrupting your flow.