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PLR? Forget about it . . .

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Posted 30th October 2008 at 02:25 PM by X

I expect my blog readers already know what PLR is, but if you don't it's pre-made products or articles you can re-write, re-package and put your own name on if you want.

I've blown a lot of money on PLR over the years - most of it's garbage. It would take more work to turn it into something I'd sell with Mike Filsaime's name on it - never mind my own - than it would take to just start from scratch. {Hey, just kidding Mike.}

Damn . . . I needed a laugh.


Someone posted on the forum today "Where do I get good PLR content?"

I know some good PLR sources, but you know what? PLR is a hell of a lot of work even if the product is good. It is - I don't think it's much of a shortcut at all.

Especially not when you can take my strategies and essentially make other people's products appear to be yours - and it's all perfectly legal the way I do it.

Now this approach could also be a lot of work, but it's work worth doing, because here's what you still need:

- Your own domain [can't get around that]
- Your own squeeze page
- Your own graphics
- Your own sales letter
- Your own autoresponder follow-up series
- And . . . traffic.

But, you can take someone else's product and make the whole thing work. If you're focused on Clickbank products, most of the time you'll get paid a better than 50% commission . . . you don't have any customer support to do . . . no refunds to deal with, etc.

If you can still build a list and make the lions share of the money, then why would you mess around with the whole product creation thing and everything else involved?

And yes, it's super easy to build massive lists off other people's products. I've been doing this for years.

Sure, it is easiest to go direct to merchant but if you're doing that you better know that you're losing a lot of money. Clickbank products are "front-end" type products - merchants pay out high commissions because they're going to sell more stuff on that back-end (at least in theory).

But you can do the same thing as an affiliate if you know what you're doing. And if you don't want to do the work above - your own squeeze page, graphics, sales letter, autoresponders, etc, then you can buy those from at least two HIGH QUALITY sources that I know:

{ not affiliate links - just good value from two good guys }

Of course, there's one more reason to have your own product and that's affiliates, right? Well, I've figured that problem out too and it's included in the Affiliate Black Book I'll be releasing real soon. You can build your own affiliate army without having a product of your own to sell.

Dude, I'm serious.

Having your own products is great - and eventually you should have them, but let's be honest about it: creating product is a lot of work. And you'd still have all of the additional items to put in place too that John Hostler and Eric Louviere have provided a convenient solution to. If you're a newbie, you should be focused on developing your sales and marketing chops and nothing else.

I've just shared a powerful secret to creating some real leverage and making the affiliate marketing system work for you.

All best to you - X
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