Heard a new word PLR!! Need help!!

by cryst
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Today i received a mail in my in box, from a reputed marketing site.
It was great reading the new techniques, but what bothered me, was a totally new word... PLR...!!!
I tried a bit googling, to know more about this, but Google left me in a big soup.
It found PLR results, which were not related to internet marketing and websites.
Results like...
Private label Rights
Prime Lending Rate
PLR loan.... left me in labyrinth!!
Someone .. please help me out with the perfect description on PLR in internet marketing or websites or else suggest me some nice sites where I can learn more about it!!:confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author mr2monster
    Originally Posted by cryst View Post

    Today i received a mail in my in box, from a reputed marketing site.
    It was great reading the new techniques, but what bothered me, was a totally new word... PLR...!!!
    I tried a bit googling, to know more about this, but Google left me in a big soup.
    It found PLR results, which were not related to internet marketing an websites.
    Results like...
    Private label Rights
    Prime Lending Rate
    PLR loan.... left me in labyrinth!!
    Someone .. please help me out with the perfect description on PLR in internet marketing or websites or else suggest me some nice sites where I can learn more about it!!:confused:
    It stands for Private label Rights

    There is lots of information on this topic throughout this forum. Try doing a search.

    The basics are that PLR is content that you can relabel as your own. Different products have different licensing restrictions.

    For instance. I have a salsa company. I don't actually produce the salsa or make the recipe, I just have PLR (Private Label Rights) to put my own name and marketing on another salsa company's actual salsa.

    The same type of thing happens with ebooks... or articles... or whatever. Someone writes an ebook, and rather than (or in addition to) selling it themselves, they sell PLR rights to someone so they can put their name on it and market it themselves.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amanda Craven
    As well as finding plenty of PLR products on this forum you will also find excellent courses on what to do with it to make decent money - look out for the one produced by Calvin & Patricia (the IMLovebirds) and there is also a good one by Jason Fladlien called PLRGold.

    Many people buy PLR and then wonder what on earth to do with it - or have half an idea but never get around to it - and so it sits gathering dust on their hard drives for ever more. The sad thing about this is that PLR is a great shortcut to earning money and a godsend for marketers who can't, or don't want to, write their own products, sales pages etc and/or create graphics. Go through a decent course and you are way ahead. Implement it to the letter and you'll be making consistent, good money online.
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  • Profile picture of the author cryst
    Thank you Amanda and mr2 !! Thank you very much!! Will look forward to do a bit r & d on this!! Thanks for the salsa example!!
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  • Profile picture of the author allenjohn
    Yes, I think the mistake that most people make with PLR is to put it up "as is". Lots' of tweaks is the key.... regards Allen
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  • Profile picture of the author lstoops
    PLR is a great way to get content fast. It is always recommended to change it up to suit your market's needs.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alan Ashwood
      Originally Posted by TiffanyDow View Post

      Thanks so much for this excellent explanation of PLR.

      I have a draft post trying to do just this, but your video is far superior to my scribblings.

      It certainly taught me a few things I wasn't sure of.:confused:
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      Now where did I put that pencil?

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      • Profile picture of the author Alan Ashwood
        Hi

        I'm unable to send PM due to post count, so apologise for this method.

        Is there a way that I can post your video on my blog, with a little intro by me?
        If so, what's the best way to link back to you, so you can gain some credit? I've never done tis before so will need to take things carefully.
        Alternatively, could I use it as a Guest Post, and how can we set it up?

        Hope you can help
        Regards
        Alan
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        Now where did I put that pencil?

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  • Profile picture of the author Kecia
    PLR, private label rights, is given to content that you can purchase and use how you want. It is cheaper than original content bought from a writer, so you can more content for your ebook or site for less. Be sure to rewrite/edit the content to make it unique.
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  • Profile picture of the author pmbrent
    I think the most important thing to consider with PLR products is it's usage rights. Some PLR products are looser then others, you want to buy PLR products that allow you to pretty much do whatever you want with it. i.e give it away, provide it as a bonus, re-brand and re-sell, offer the PLR rights to someone else, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Thorsett
    Also, if you're any good at writing, you can produce your own PLR material and sell it to others. As you can see, many people on this forum are doing exactly that.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by Michael Thorsett View Post

      Also, if you're any good at writing, you can produce your own PLR material and sell it to others. As you can see, many people on this forum are doing exactly that.
      Exactly, there's a huge market for that (especially for high quality PLR) - there's a lot of cheap PLR out there that is worthless rewritten/spun content that is just saying the same thing with slightly different wording.
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      • Profile picture of the author BrenOHara
        Some great posts here on PLR. I've worked with PLR since 2006 and it can be incredibly profitable, however, you do get your fair share of the good, the bad and the downright ugly. I pretty much know who produces the very best PLR on the market now, Tiffany Dow is one of those

        As allenjohn said one of the biggest mistakes to make is to simply sell it "As is", my case in point is that I have several products over on Clickbank that I flipped, reworded the content, rewrote the sales copy, new graphics etc, to this day those products still do fairly well for me.

        Most consider PLR "Gold dust", I sure do!
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  • Profile picture of the author cryst
    Thank you... every1 for the support..... thanks for that video which tiffany posted!! It was really helpful!!
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  • Profile picture of the author gottahave
    There's a lot of free information on private label rights at http://www.fastplr.com
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  • Profile picture of the author TimBock70
    Yes it's a great source for content, but should ALWAYS be tweaked and/or re-written. A lot of times PRL isn't very informative. You should always make sure it answers the questions your customers need answers to.
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