How To Use PLR Articles and Books

How To Use PLR Articles and Books

how to use PLR

You would think in a world full of information that more data is the last thing we need.

Yet the Internet doesn’t use gas – it uses content to keep it running.

There is always a demand for fresh new content.

Here are a few ideas on how you can utilise existing Private Label Rights and turn it into new and more products…

  1. Work off the table of contents when you re-write PLR. This enables you to get the skeleton for your new ebook … and then fill in the rest. Change up the headings but you could use the general topic structure.
  2. Grab a bundle of PLR books and compare the Table of Contents in each.  Take the most common topics for that niche – include them and of course, any others that stand out and may be a good fit.
  3. Read a couple of the commonly-found chapters in any similar books you come across.
  4. Follow that up with reading a couple of articles from the net – research pays off!
  5. Now, with all of that material fresh in your mind a few thoughts are no doubt floating about. Re-write those chapters from memory and add any extra points you think are relevant.
  6. If you have more information than you need, turn the extra information into bonuses.
  7. Think about what you could add to make the product unique to you – add an infographic or a checklist for example.

Other Ways To Use PLR

  1. Take PLR videos, transcribe them and you have a completely new ebook.
  2. Turn written PLR into audio and video courses – use slides, mind maps or screen capture.

There are a ton of ways to use PLR.

I’ve put together a report which explains PLR, the rights, and what you can do with PLR material. Grab it here.

I reckon you should grab it, read it and put it into action.

Then, grab some well-written PLR from Amanda and integrate that into your content plans. Bear in mind that the better quality the content, the less time you need to spend on rewites.

OK, I’m off to re-purpose some of those dusty PLR articles sitting on my hard drive…

15 thoughts on “How To Use PLR Articles and Books

  1. Hi Mel,
    Very useful ideas here for rewriting PLR. I never thought to look at the table of contents and compare them. I’m having somewhat of a writers block kinda day, so I think I will try it.
    Thanks!

  2. These are really great ideas. I never really considered using them for videos. I constantly learn something new or you give me something different to think about whenever I read your blog. Thanks, Mel.

  3. Hey Mel,

    Thanks for the mention! Appreciate it a lot, lol.

    But yea, there’s a lot of ways to use PLR material, it’s just a matter of learning a new method and trying it.

    I’ll keep an eye on your blog 🙂 Subscribing to the feed for you!

    Regards,

    Matthew Roe

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