What is PLR and Why Using Pre-Written Content Will Save You Time and Money

by Vickie Louise

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So what IS PLR content? How can you use these pre-written blog content and articles?

What Is PLR?

PLR content is pre-written content that someone else has written but you are allowed to use your site, edit it, and publish it as your own.

PLR, short for Private Label Rights, basically means you get all rights to use the content as you choose.

PLR can help you with your blog!

How?

Because…

We always need more content but lack the TIME to create all we need on our own.

And…

If there’s one thing you need more of as a blogger, it’s time.

There are so many tasks you have to complete when you run your own blog, like creating content, traffic generation, promotion and more.

Anywhere that you can shave off some time and retain the quality of your business efforts is beneficial. Private Label Rights (PLR) content can help you do just that – assuming you find a reputable seller.

Before I get into the details of how PLR articles can help you boost productivity, as well as the various ways you can use them, take a look at this quick 4-minute video where Nicola Dean of Easy PLR explains what PLR articles are in her own words.

PLR is content that is written once and sold to multiple buyers. Those buyers then have the ability to edit the content, put their own name on it, and use it as they see fit.

You can find PLR content in virtually every niche online by searching for the broad niche keyword plus “PLR.”

PLR is an affordable alternative to hiring a ghostwriter. While a ghostwriter charges anywhere from $10 to $30 and up, PLR content is typically priced cheap – about $1 per page (more if the packs are limited by the number of buyers).

Make sure you check the terms of usage for your PLR content that you buy. Everyone has different rules. Some will let you break up the content (like breaking up an eBook into dozens of blog posts) and some won’t. Some have rules about where you can use it and some don’t. Typically, the rules aren’t so rigid, but you just need to check before you buy.

 

How to use PLR?

Start by editing the content as much as you want to. This step is important! The more you edit, the better it will be because it will have your own voice in it. You will want to change the title of the work and put your name on it, you can also edit it line by line if you want to.

The great thing about PLR is that you can repurpose it again and again! You could take an eBook, for example, and turn it into several short reports, dozens of blog posts or articles, and even put them into an email autoresponder.

 

Where to use PLR?

1. Use them on 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 e-course

If you purchase a package of PLR articles based on a theme, it’s quite easy to turn them into an e-course simply by adding them to your autoresponder. Something as simple as “Five Ideas for Kids Lunches” can become a 5-day e-course 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 out.

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 and 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.

Once you buy PLR, you’ll want to unzip the files and put them to use right away. Don’t get in the habit of buying a lot of PLR and never allowing it to get online where it can work to help you earn commissions.

 

Where To Find Good Pre-written PLR Articles?

There are lots of really good places to get high-quality PLR articles to use on our sites.

(note: all links *SHOULD* open in a new tab/window so you don’t where you are)

Grab a FREE PLR ‘Health & Wellness’ Package from here!

And this ‘Eco-Friendly’ PLR pack is FREE too!

Or maybe you would like these 10 Completely Free Craft PLR Articles

This site here has a LOT of health and wellness articles which are very HOT topics on Pinterest.

If you’re in the Internet Marketing niche, this is a great PLR package that could work well for you.

Plant-Based Diets are gaining in popularity and these PLR articles are great.

And these pre-written PLR articles in the ‘low carb’ niche are very good – perfect for blogs with a ‘healthy living, dieting, or fitness type of theme.

And for pre-written PLR articles and blog posts and pdf guides on ALL topics…

=> This PLR Store has pre-written articles for just about ANY niche

There is also a PLR Database that has a HUGE amount of pre-written content.

So what IS PLR content? How can you use these pre-written blog posts and articles? And how will they help you save time?

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