If you are interested in any subject in the world, chances are there is a Private Label Rights (abbreviated “PLR”) ebook, article, or autoresponder series out there somewhere on the Internet to help you become an instant author on that subject. PLR ebooks and articles generally allow you, for the price of purchasing the book and its PLR license, to “rebrand” the content with your name as the author. Most PLR content also permits you to
1) Rewrite any or all of the content
2) Break the content up into smaller chunks to use for individual articles or a series of articles, and,
3) Use them for blogging and even post PLR to article directories to gain valuable backlinks to your website.
Some PLR rights licensing is different than others, so be sure to check carefully to make sure you don’t violate any terms of usage. For example, most PLR will allow you to claim authorship of the content, but some sites selling Private Label Rights materiall will not allow such usage. In those cases, if you claim authorship, you could get yourself in legal hot water. So always be careful, when you’re getting ready to purchase PLR materials, that you understand any restrictions the seller has put on using it.
Here are some interesting and useful things you can do with Private Label Rights content, from articles to ebooks, that you may not have thought about:
1. Use the Content to Train Your Affiliates.
If you are marketing your own products online and have “affiliates” (people you pay a small commission to for selling your products), you can find some excellent Private Label Rights “ecourses” to send out to affiliates via autoresponder. Or, you can take a good ebook with such usage rights, split it into 5-10 chapter sections, and turn it into your own ecourse, adding or deleting information you find especially important.
2. Study Good Private Label Rights Content to Help You Write Your Own Content.
If you’re serious about creating and selling your own information products online, one way to become an “instant author” is to carefully read and “pick apart” content you find well written and useful to what you’re seeking to write. Take thorough notes on each chapter — even each paragraph — and think about what you’re reading. Do you understand why the author wrote the way he or she did? What are some other ways you could say the same things in different words? That’s really what “rewriting” is all about: Restate the thought in a sentence or paragraph in your own words.
Can help you become an “instant author” — by thoroughly understanding and using the material, and using well-written content to help you create your own unique information products. With experience, and a lot of practice, you might find ways to make good money, and find a whole new PLR career online!
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