Monday, December 14, 2015

16 Super Profitable Ways To Utilize PLR Content

Let’s get this out of the way again, Like the I said on 15 ways to use Private Label Rights content in the previously written article here.

 In most cases it’s a good idea if you rewrite the PLR so that you are using unique content.

 Generally it's a good idea to modify the PLR at least partially about 25-40% . 

Now let’s get started.....

1. Use Private Label Rights (PLR) content to post answers on Yahoo Answers or other Forums.

One way to get valuable backlinks to your site (for search engine optimization purposes) is to post answers on Yahoo Answers.

Since it can be tedious to create “fresh” answers for every question related to your niche, you can use PLR articles instead.

Ideally the full article should be posted on your website.

That way you can simply post your own site as the source of your information.

2. Use PLR articles to post comments on other people’s blogs.

Just as you can use PLR articles to post on Yahoo Answers, you can also use it to post relevant comments on other people’s blogs.

Then leave your backlink to get human traffic and – if the blog allows search engines to follow links the benefit of a one-way  link for search engine optimization purposes.



Be sure the content you use is relevant, however. And in general, you don’t want to post entire articles.

Instead, post a portion of the article that’s relevant to what’s being discussed.

You can then link to the entire article that’s posted on your own blog.

3. Use as content to post answers on forums.

Here’s another way articles can be used to get links: post the content on other people’s forums.

Now you can do this one of two ways. On forums that encourage people to post articles, you can post all or part of an article – particularly if you add your own comments about the article.

If you add something controversial, you’re likely to spark a debate (and that’s good thing).

Some forum owners frown on this, however.

They’d rather people have natural conversations rather than post articles.

In particular, new members of a forum are likely to get their hands slapped for posting “drive by” articles.

 If you run into a forum that discourages posting articles, then use your PLR to help you brainstorm topics to post about on forums – but don’t necessarily post the articles themselves (at least not in a
transparent way).

Note: On the other hand, some forums have specific sections where you’re allowed to post full articles.

In those cases, consider posting a few along with a byline.

Another way to use PLR content on forums is to use it to answer other people’s posts.

Here you may post part of an article, along with a link to the full article that’s posted on your blog.

Note, however, that most forum owners prefer if you answer the question in its entirety on the forum – so you don’t want to just post a line or two with a link.

Instead, post a complete answer with a link for those seeking additional information.

Tip: you can pay other people to post these articles or article snippets.

 Post a project on elance.com to find freelancers willing to do this work for you.

4. Use PLR articles to create Hubpages.

Plenty of savvy marketers set up Hubpages (AKA Hubs) around specific niche topics.

You can do the same using PLR articles to create the hubs.

You may want to rewrite some of the content around specific keywords.

Then add interactive features, affiliate links, and links to drive traffic back to your own site.

5. Use PLR content to create Fiverr Gigs then SELL the Gigs.

On Fiverr you can set up a Gig.

However, instead of keeping the PLR to yourself, you sell it immediately to someone else.

It’s a quick and easy way to make a nice chunk of change of $5.

Note: check your PLR license to be sure this is allowable. To be safe, find content

that comes with transferable rights.

6. Use PLR articles as content on social networking sites.

Social networking sites like MySpace are great places to network with like-minded people, build a list of “friends” in your niche, and more.

 However, in order for your social networking page to be truly effective, you should regularly update it. Usually this means posting frequently to your site-sponsored blog.

Now if you’re maintaining your own site and other blogs, the thought of maintaining yet another blog might sound like a lot of work. It’s not especially if you use PLR articles to create your blog.

7. Use PLR articles to populate your own forum.

If you’re just starting a forum in your niche, you already know the “chicken and the egg”
problem.

Specifically, you need people to start posting in the forum to get it going with some good content.

And yet most people don’t want to post in a forum that doesn’t already have lots of posts and content.

The solution? You need to populate the forum with good content to encourage others to start posting.

 And to do that, you can use PLR articles to spark discussion.

Either get your friends to post these articles for you, or ask them to join the discussion on the threads where you’ve posted the articles.

Either way, in no time at all you’ll have a thriving forum full of good content!

8. Offer your affiliates PLR articles to help promote your products and services.

If you want to encourage your affiliates to promote your wares, it’s a good idea to have a full suite of content to help them do so, including banner ads, text ads, newsletter ads, solo ads, PPC ads, and so on.

However, you should also give them relevant articles they can rebrand with their affiliate links and load into their autoresponders and on their blogs.

To make it easy on yourself, you can offer them PLR articles to do just that.

9. Tweak PLR articles and sell them.

You already know that you can sell PLR articles users to niche members who are desperately seeking solutions.

 However, here’s another idea: rewrite the articles and sell them to newspapers, magazines, and other paying markets.

You can find these markets by getting a copy of the yearly “Writer’s Markets” publications.

10. Use PLR articles as a basis to create an “advertorial.”

An advertorial is an advertisement that’s made to look like an article.

Because it looks like a newspaper or magazine article, it tends to get read more often than a regular ad.

After all, most of us have trained ourselves to ignore advertisements. So the less your ad looks like an ad, the better response you get.

Flip through any magazine or newspaper, and you’ll see plenty examples of advertorials.

 Study how a sales pitch is woven into solid content, and you’ll get a pretty good idea of how you can use your PLR articles to create advertorials.

11. Use PLR articles as a basis to create a press release.

Just as you can use PLR articles to create advertorials, you can also use them to create press releases.

The difference, however, is that the “advertising” component of a press release is even more subtle.

Typically press releases point readers to your site for more information.

 If you pitch anything in your press release, the newspaper editor will probably pitch your release straight into the garbage.

12. Use PLR articles as the basis to create offline flyers.

One way to advertise your business offline is to create advertising flyers that you hang on bulletin boards at related businesses or elsewhere around your city.

You may also do a joint venture with business owners to insert your flyers into customer shopping
bags. Or, where allowed, you can hand flyers out on the street.

Most people create their flyer by creating a regular ad.

You know what happens with these sorts of flyers: the majority get thrown into the trash and promptly forgotten.

However, you can make your flyer more valuable to prospects simply by turning it into an advertorial that includes solid information to help them solve their problems.

And ofcourse you can use your PLR articles to create these advertorials.

The end result? Your prospects will take your flyer with them and act on it.

13. Use articles as the basis to create an interactive survey, quiz, petition or similar.

One way to engage prospects online is to get them interactive.

 And a good way to get them interactive is to have them take a quiz, fill out a survey, or sign a petition.

Naturally, you can get the content to create these interactive features by turning to your PLR articles.

These sorts of interactive features work particularly well on sites where commercial activity isn’t allowed or at least not encouraged.

 For example, you can ask your MySpace friends or your friends on a niche forum to take a quiz.

So how do you monetize these interactive features?

One way is to ask people to submit their name and email address in order to participate.

However, you’ll need to offer them something else (a bribe, if you will) to encourage them to do that.

An alternative isn’t to force them to sign up for your newsletter, but rather ask them to.

Again, offer them a compelling reason to do so, such as a free report (which can also be derived from PLR content).

Finally, you may place AdSense ads, text links, or banner ads around your interactive features to help monetize that page.

14. Create your own niche article directory.

Here’s an idea: instead of submitting your modified PLR articles to article directories,you can create your own niche-specific article directory.

You can populate the directory by submitting dozens of your own articles.

Then you can ask other webmasters to submit their articles, too.

What you do after that point is your decision.

You can keep running the article directory and keep all the profit, or you can sell this established, content-rich site on eBay, the Digital Point forums, or anywhere else websites are commonly sold.

15. Combine your PLR articles with other PLR articles to create an ebook.

You can use one or more articles to create chapters for an ebook.

Put together just 20 articles, and you’ll instantly have an ebook around 10,000 words.

So what should you do with the ebook?

Read about strategies to profit from your PLR ebooks Here.

16. Put the information to use.

In addition to selling or giving away the information, PLR articles are also personally valuable to you if you’re interested in the topic.

 Don’t forget to use the information in your business or personal life.

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