PLR Website Content
If you're in a hurry and need to put some good content on your website or blog, you might find PLR website content to be the perfect recipe for your success. Since the real trick to success in any business is often who gets there first, putting up good content on your site as quickly as possible makes sense - but not just any content and not just any PLR, either.
It pays to shop around and find the best quality for the price. You want to review the quality of the PLR before you buy it - whether it costs $1 per article or $5 per article. If the quality is useless, it will be a waste either way.
Your website is your business and is an asset. You don't want to portray "cheap" and some PLR can actually hurt your reputation. The solution is to ask around where other people buy their PLR. Internet marketing forums like the Warrior Forum are full of men and women who will tell you what's worth it and what's not. And you don't have to buy from just one PLR site, either.
While you're thinking about putting content on your website, don't forget that there are forms of PLR other than articles and eBooks. There are some nice audio and even video PLR packs out there which you can use to add real value to your site.
A quick mention here, too, about software that comes with private label rights. While software usually has some customer service issues (like ease of use to the end user, unforeseen glitches and such), you can really add value to your site if you can find software that helps make the customer experience more enjoyable. For examples: an interest calculator on a financial website or a calorie calculator on a weight loss site.
Anytime you use PLR for your own site, you'll want to modify the text somewhat. It may be out of date and needs freshening up, but even if it's brand new, it helps to have unique content on the web.
You may want to add your personal touch to it by adding a paragraph or switching out words or phrases to make it "you." Since PLR has been offered to hundreds, if not thousands of others, take the time to personalize it.
For audio and video, make sure you to listen or view it. On the audio, add an introduction and ending call to action if it's appropriate. For the videos, you can do some editing to add an intro, text frames, and a watermark with your domain name to the video and a call to action slide at the end.
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