Information is what surfers are looking
for and successful Internet marketers know that
providing relevant content on their sites is the first
key to building a highly profitable online business.
easy enough for those who love to write, but how can new
webmasters succeed if they hate to write?
Fortunately, 'private label rights' sellers have stepped
up to fill the void.
So, what are Private Label Rights?
most cases, Private Label Rights are articles and ebooks
contracted out to and written by ghost writers.
Occassionally, you'll see private label rights granted
to software and graphics.
There are two significant benefits to
buying a private label rights package.
of all, buying PLR packages is really inexpensive
compared to hiring a ghost writer to produce articles or
an ebook for you. Private label rights articles average
10 to 20 cents a piece, whereas a ghostwriter will
charge between 10 and 30 bucks for one well-written
Secondly, you can usually modify the
content in any way you want, which brings me to the
different ways you can use PLR articles.
example, if you bought a package of 50 articles about
'interior design', you could take the entire package,
create an ebook with a fancy graphic, call it "Debbie's
Design: 50 Tips for Divine Decor" and sell it through
Clickbank. You'll even be able to find affiliates at
Clickbank to sell the book for you!
could even sell your new book on eBay and generate
affiliate sales or bring traffic to your site through
links in the book.
private label rights package you buy may come in ebook
format, so you might want to take the whole thing and
separate it out into individual articles.
could put each of the articles on your site or post them
to your blog. Those new pages will get spidered by the
engines and generate more traffic to your site. If you
can't find an affiliate program relevant to a particular
topic, you can generate revenue by adding Google Adsense
to those pages.
Another thing you can do is use the first paragraph or
two of each article in a follow-up autoresponder series
and include a link to the complete article on your site.
Alternatively, you could put one or two of the articles
together as a 'special report' which you then use as
incentive to sign up for your newsletter.
but not least, you could just give the product away as a
bonus, and drive revenue through affiliate links that
you've added to the material.
Most private label rights packages are
restricted to a certain number of buyers, so you won't
have to worry about 'your' material showing up 3
gazillion times on Google.
the right to modify the articles means that your final
product will be completely different from anyone else
who buys and repackages the same material.
likelihood however, you won't have to worry about
competition as most people who buy PLR packages set
their project aside for 'another day' and then do
nothing with the material.
you buy a private label rights package, read the terms
carefully. You want to make sure that you have the right
to change, modify, cut, delete the content in any way
you want, and put your name on it.
It's no wonder that Private Label Rights
are now 'all the rage'. It's a great way for those with
a little initiative to turn a small investment into a
lucrative online business.
Article by Rosalind Gardner, author of the best-selling
Affiliate Handbook: How I Made $436,797 in One Year
Selling Other People's Stuff Online".
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