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Private Label Rights - How I Find Great PLR

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Posted 19th January 2011 at 04:38 AM by Art Peterson

Now you may be wondering how to get your hands on some good stuff. Here's how to find all the PLR sites you need... but make sure to evaluate the material to make sure it meets your high professional standards:

  • Google. Google.com will bring up almost 2.5 million responses to a search for “PLR.” “Private label rights” will reduce the number to about 400,000 – but still plenty for you to find PLR on your niche. Start with Google, search on “PLR” plus your niche (for instance “PLR” and “wine tasting”), and you'll have a great starting place.

  • Ask for referrals. Want a great criminal defense lawyer? A French tutor for your poodle? A plant-sitter? Ask a friend! And the same goes for PLR – ask your fellow business owners and entrepreneurs to see where they go for their PLR content. (Note: You may want to ask those outside your niche, so you won't end up using the same content as your biggest competitor).

  • Advertise. Put up an ad on this site right here. The Warrior Forum (www.warriorforum.com), Lynn Terry's Self-Starters Weekly Tips forum (www.selfstartersweeklytips.com), or other online business forums to which you belong. State what you're looking for, including niche and price range, and get ready for the responses.



Recommended Resources.

If you're short on time, or don't want to research, we've made it easy for you.

Some of the best PLR sites are, understandably, the most popular.

  • Nicole Dean's EasyPLR.com has been an industry standard since 2006 and is still, to this date, trusted by many of the top marketer online.

  • Nicole Dean & Melissa Ingold's CoachingPLRContent.com. This site offers packages that include PowerPoint presentations and screenshots. It makes creating webinars and videos easy to do.

  • Ronnie Nijmeh's PLR.me. Ronnie's site specializes in personal development PLR.

  • Paul Evans' Nicheology.com. Nicheology was one of the first PLR sites and may still be the largest.


Each of these sites is known for offering high-quality PLR.

Wherever you find your PLR content, as long as it fits your niche and quality requirements, you'll be ready to go. Now let's talk about the different rights and what they mean for your business.
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    First, the link doesn't seem to lead anywhere and I am very interested in the PLR for recipes and food articles.

    I do have a question though, what is the criteria for PLR vs. MRR?

    Thanks for posting these.

    Michael
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    Posted 23rd January 2011 at 11:37 AM by twoblind twoblind is offline
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    Originally Posted by twoblind View Comment
    First, the link doesn't seem to lead anywhere and I am very interested in the PLR for recipes and food articles.

    I do have a question though, what is the criteria for PLR vs. MRR?

    Thanks for posting these.

    Michael

    That's great your interested in Plr. The food and recipe niche is huge, just ask Martha steward and Paula Dean. You can make great profits in that niche.

    The links. I have not fully built out my site so they kinda are just there. I plan on having it totally up and running in 3 weeks. Sorry for the inconvenience.

    Also the difference between Plr and Mrr well here is a link to a very informative article.

    What is the difference between PLR and MRR

    Thanks for stopping by
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    Posted 25th January 2011 at 04:05 PM by Art Peterson Art Peterson is offline
 


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