I've been perusing the forum a bit, and seeing a few threads related to my question but none really nailing it down yet. While browsing them I did glean that the "content" part of any PLR product seems to trump everything else.
I'm writing a ton of content right now about astronomy and telescopes, and it dips a bit into other science areas as well. Basically taking something I know very well and turning it into informed content that could be used by science niche websites or possibly camera/toy sellers, etc.
I know it's likely a tiny market, but it's something I know so well that I can put it together in my sleep. I tried dressing up my first content piece (which isn't selling at all) on focus and flow states, and I'm wondering if anyone really cares about all of that effort. For instance, if it's worth it to dress up individual articles (ranging from 1000-2500 words each) with pretty pictures and videos and landing pages, etc, or if the internet marketer would be more interested in focused content that teaches things which are harder to find using a google search (and the black hole of useless copied articles that answer no questions, but man they can throw ads at you fast)
Would I be better off saving my time and pitching quality content with simpler formatting (since most of it will likely get changed anyway)? The ebook is over 20k so I don't mind slapping a pretty cover on it and doing some rudimentary formatting, but I plan on writing 20-50 articles to go along with the packet, in addition to other cool and related learning tools. Better to leave those alone as word documents or text files? What do you think?