German PLR - anybody interested?

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Hi warriors ;-)

I'm just busy preparing my first WSO and would like to read your thoughts, opinions and needs.

So the question is: Is there anybody here interested in German PLR articles?

There's a big market of PLR in English language, but its hard to find HQ German PLR content.

I'm a native German freelance jorunalist, book author and article writer. In the past, I've written content for lots of customers, but the problem is: Single offer, single payment. Once sold, the full rights belong to the client.

So I decided to start marketing HQ German PLR -- unique articles, well researched, affordable.

So what do you think?

Looking forward to your thoughts and hope we'll have an interesting discussion here ;-)

Thanks for reading.
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  • Profile picture of the author elcidofaguy
    Personally I think you're gonna do great given that the German market is not as saturated as the English speaking market.... and that the demand must also be there for German IM'ers as you have found with being a freelance journalist...

    I would also look at finding German speaking forums and other places where you can put your offer which is specifically targeting German speakers from the onset as obviously most of the folks here on Warrior are English speakers...

    The most important thing is that you move forwards and get your offer posted and learn from it.... I certainly would be interested if I was a fluent German speaker.... Perhaps one day ;-) That said I wish you lots of good luck!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Lucian Lada
      Originally Posted by elcidofaguy View Post

      Personally I think you're gonna do great given that the German market is not as saturated as the English speaking market.... and that the demand must also be there for German IM'ers as you have found with being a freelance journalist...
      I don't think the English-speaking market is saturated. Perhaps full of not-so-clever marketers, but not saturated.
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      • Profile picture of the author elcidofaguy
        Originally Posted by Lucian Lada View Post

        Perhaps full of not-so-clever marketers, but not saturated.
        I like your point... Lol... Well said... In the end it's about seeing the wood for the trees...
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    • Originally Posted by elcidofaguy View Post

      Personally I think you're gonna do great given that the German market is not as saturated as the English speaking market.... and that the demand must also be there for German IM'ers as you have found with being a freelance journalist...

      I would also look at finding German speaking forums and other places where you can put your offer which is specifically targeting German speakers from the onset as obviously most of the folks here on Warrior are English speakers...

      The most important thing is that you move forwards and get your offer posted and learn from it.... I certainly would be interested if I was a fluent German speaker.... Perhaps one day ;-) That said I wish you lots of good luck!!!
      Thanks for your kind words ;-)

      You're right - of course I'll also intend to offer my PLR to German speaking IMs. Reason why I asked here: There's also a demand of IMs all over the world who want to get started with German pages. I've seen a lot of bad quality articles written by other freelancers (partly no native speakers). If you have a look at Freelancer.com, the rates are lousy: US $1 for 500 words?! Stop textploitation...!

      And you're right concerning "just doing". Time to reduce my perfectness ;-)

      But you could also profit from such PLR articles even if you don't speak fluently German. Many of my customers live in other countries, like the US, Italy, Romania, Turkey, China, and they only know some German words. Some of them want to expand their business (travelling company, mobile repair services, ...) and create according sites in German, others just do a broad business. They let the articles check by a proofreader and have a VA to put them online (I do this also for some sites).

      So my question here was also a kind of hint that there could be a market that has been neglected yet ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author BradCarroll
    More US IMers are picking up on the German market for CPA offers.

    I'll PM you. May want your services in the future.
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    • Originally Posted by BradCarroll View Post

      More US IMers are picking up on the German market for CPA offers.

      I'll PM you. May want your services in the future.
      Hi Brad,

      thanks for your info on the CPA offers; didn't know this yet (to be honest, I didn't care for CPA yet because I'm involved in other things ;-) )

      looking forward to hear from you ;-)

      btw: just bought your great report offered in this WSO ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author techservice
    Sounds good to me, think you will do well.
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  • Profile picture of the author espresso
    Not at the moment but in the past yes
    If and when I needed german plr I normally bought english ones and got them translated
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    • Originally Posted by espresso View Post

      Not at the moment but in the past yes
      If and when I needed german plr I normally bought english ones and got them translated
      Thanks for sharing your experiences ;-)

      I did such translations also for some customers, and I sometimes use such articles for my own sites. But there are some problems with just translating PLR:
      • the translater should be a native
      • the keywords don't fit if only translated, so the translator should also have some SEO knowledge
      • the tone and style of a foreign language document don't fit the German ones (it's a difference between word by word translation and a rewritten, adapted translation). Besides there are some differences between German language used in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (even I myself have often to look up such things when writing for Austrian or Switzerland customers)
      • the documents don't always fit the German market (think of bankruptcy or other fnancial topics or of legal related things, cars, real estate and so on)
      • esp. for Amazon product reviews, many of the products aren't available here or there are slightly changed or adapted products (think of electrical products or products with software)
      • there could be even legal issues (e.g. in the health niche, if a remedy isn't available or is even forbidden in Germany, like steroids or certain sex pills and nutrition supplements, or in the gambling niche)
      So these are things you could avoid with original German PLR.

      And that's why I rarely seldom just translate PLR articles for my sites but rather use them as a basis for the structure and contents of my own articles. So I can at least benefit from the already researched information and use them for a research of information that would be useful for my readers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marco Moeschter
    Hey,

    I maybe would be interested in German article but it depends on the niche. I also would have interest in well researched and written article of different client projects we have.
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    • Originally Posted by Marco Moeschter View Post

      Hey,

      I maybe would be interested in German article but it depends on the niche. I also would have interest in well researched and written article of different client projects we have.
      Thanks for your input ;-)

      I do offer PLR as well as premium content on main stream topics and in various niches like health, fitness, hobbies, etc, and the according subniches, and I seldom refuse a request. Though there are some topics I don't really prefer like gambling, brokerage or smart phone apps.

      My PLR articles are of course also well researched, but if a customer requests premium content he can expect (and will get) deeper information. E.g. for the health niche (I have a deep medical background) I'll also research, check, interprete and compare medical studies. It's all a matter of price ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author wn123
    The German market is easy. A lot of Americans don't even know where Germany is so there's very little competition from Westerners.
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    • Originally Posted by wn123 View Post

      The German market is easy. A lot of Americans don't even know where Germany is so there's very little competition from Westerners.
      LOL ;-)

      Some weeks ago I happened to watch a video of a so called IM guru. In his video, he also showed a list of some TLDs including .de (for Germany), read this aloud and then wondered what it would be...

      OK, but some others are already jumping on the train.

      I'm already working on a small report to show why this would be a good idea and what should be taken into consideration by starting IM business in the German speaking market zones.
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  • Profile picture of the author seoboyz01
    I'm not in the market for German PLR now, but I'm sure there are many who are. Actually, you would likely earn well with any non-English PLR, assuming you have very good translations.
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    • Originally Posted by seoboyz01 View Post

      I'm not in the market for German PLR now, but I'm sure there are many who are. Actually, you would likely earn well with any non-English PLR, assuming you have very good translations.
      Thanks for sharing your ideas;-)

      As stated in a previous post, I'd rather not translate existing PLR but completely rewrite it or better provide my customers with fresh content. So maybe this could be another plus for my work ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author nizamkhan
    Seems to be a good idea. Good ahead and do it. Good luck
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