by nmb
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I have been looking at a current news PLR servcie and was wondering if there is still interest in PLR.
#plr #sell
  • Profile picture of the author SEOSoftworks
    Hi,

    I'd try Better Than Private Label Rights @ ArticleBuilder.net.

    It's a Jon Leger product and I've heard really good things.

    I don't personally use it, but a know a few who do. A little pricey, but it also creates the articles so they are unique.

    Check it out...does this help?
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  • Profile picture of the author madchef1962
    PLR does work IF you do it right. Read more threads in the forum to gather more information
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  • Does PLR still sell?

    The answer is yes, because it fills a need of a proven market.

    The market is website owners, and their need is content which they are unable/unwilling to create themselves, but do not want to pay the increased price for unique content so go for PLR.

    Cheers,
    Gordon
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    • Profile picture of the author bangdent
      Originally Posted by The Great Gordino View Post

      Does PLR still sell?

      The answer is yes, because it fills a need of a proven market.

      The market is website owners, and their need is content which they are unable/unwilling to create themselves, but do not want to pay the increased price for unique content so go for PLR.

      Cheers,
      Gordon
      i agree with Gordon
      many company want to made them look good
      they need good writer
      PLR one of them
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark72
    If you offer good quality products to a loyal following at the right price it can work.

    Make sure you read through every page of content and watch every video though as you don't want to be associated with selling crap.

    Note that some ebooks are written by multiple writers which means that they start off OK and then a few pages in turn into rewritten garbage.

    This is why you need to read the whole thing - don't just glance at the first couple of paragraphs.
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  • Profile picture of the author Plaskass76
    Originally Posted by nmb View Post

    I have been looking at a current news PLR servcie and was wondering if there is still interest in PLR.
    PLR is the hottest topic on warrior forum, so yes there is still a lot of interest in PLR.
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  • Profile picture of the author hardinflash
    I've had a fair amount of success selling PLR articles, I haven't however pushed any of the full blown products & I generally list them like "50 articles related to pregnancy PLR" breaking them down. Not very many people have a use for something like 9k articles on various subjects so the important part is breaking them all down into packs that fit certain niches.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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    From what I've heard from a few PLR sellers, there has been a bit of a downturn in PLR sales lately. This has nothing to do with the quality or viability of the platform though. Rather, IMers seem to fear it because of Google's updates. The thing is, the only way you will face the wrath of Google is if you just take PLR and repost it as is.

    When used correctly (as a research base, rewritten), PLR is still as valuable and important as ever. The right people will buy it, you just have to market to them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dex88
      Have to agree with this one right here... There are some people who are now afraid to use PLR articles, so you may find it challenging to sell PLR articles.


      Originally Posted by Joe Robinson View Post

      From what I've heard from a few PLR sellers, there has been a bit of a downturn in PLR sales lately. This has nothing to do with the quality or viability of the platform though. Rather, IMers seem to fear it because of Google's updates. The thing is, the only way you will face the wrath of Google is if you just take PLR and repost it as is.

      When used correctly (as a research base, rewritten), PLR is still as valuable and important as ever. The right people will buy it, you just have to market to them.
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      • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
        PLR does indeed still sell. Those that are afraid to use it in the fear of being penalized by Google, just aren't being creative.

        PLR has so many more uses than just being quick blog content. It can be utilized in a myriad of ways. It can be rewritten with your own experiences or personality injected into it for your blog, yes. But over and beyond that, it can be used as research, as a bonus for building lists, as email content, as the script for videos, as substance in your ebook, to name a few.

        So you see, if you utilize it to the fullest, you really don't need to worry about the search engines.

        The only other advice I would give, is to make sure the purchase is from someone with a reputation as a quality writer by perusing their samples and researching feedback on their work.

        Terra
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    • Profile picture of the author Mena Jo
      I see huge growth potential for the PLR market. PLR content is still very underground; only people in the Internet marketing world seem to know what it is and even then, there is a lot of confusion over how to use it effectively. But that's a matter of education.

      PLR is relevant to so many industries outside of traditional IM. Just the other day I came across a site offering PLR content to tradespeople; plumbers, builders, etc. I thought about how awesome that was. Think about it; is there a type of business that doesn't need quality content - online or off?

      PLR is incestuous within IM, (particularly here on the WF), but I believe that's just the tip the iceberg. There is a bigger world out there to conquer and a fresh bunch of PLR buyers who are just waiting to be schooled on the benefits of using PLR to boost their businesses.

      More quality driven PLR sellers coming onto the scene = wider exposure and access to better quality PLR = an increase in awareness and appreciation of PLR = more buyers across diverse industries.

      That's my vision anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author BVanaeltten
    I don't use them often but from what I know prl is very popular and lot of people use them.
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  • Profile picture of the author greenleaf5
    Quality PLR articles can save money, time and effort. The best use of PLR content comes from re-writing it and adding your own voice to enhance its value.
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  • Profile picture of the author marketerpro
    Despite Google, I still think PLR is one of the best investments you can make. You do have to get good quality PLR, and not the junk that is often out there.
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  • Profile picture of the author asepkomara
    PLR business is still work in my opinion.
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  • Profile picture of the author sriram rajan
    PLR used smartly is going to save you time, efforts and also help remove writer / content creators block. You can also turn in to different types of medium yusing the same content and provide more value. Yes it is very valuable. Calvin Woon is on the top 10 and primarily does only PLR products so certainly it's a in demand market from either side of being a customer or PLR creator..
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  • Profile picture of the author Ronnie Nijmeh
    I'm a PLR seller myself and it's a six figure business.

    PLR is nothing "new"... walk into a Walmart and you'll find them privately labelling products for their store brands.

    Private Label Rights is THE fastest way to get products under your brand.

    So forget using PLR for blog posts... what about product creation or transforming text into audio, video, or physical products?

    That's where the REAL money is (and where my best customers focus on).
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    • Profile picture of the author Mena Jo
      Originally Posted by Ronnie Nijmeh View Post

      I'm a PLR seller myself and it's a six figure business.

      PLR is nothing "new"... walk into a Walmart and you'll find them privately labelling products for their store brands.

      Private Label Rights is THE fastest way to get products under your brand.

      So forget using PLR for blog posts... what about product creation or transforming text into audio, video, or physical products?

      That's where the REAL money is (and where my best customers focus on).
      Totally agree! PLR was born out of 'private labeling' and that has been around for decades (late 1980s I believe), but not many people make the connection. I, for one, need to do more to drum that message across.
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  • Profile picture of the author hbteos234
    Anyone know where is a good place to buy plr articles?
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  • Profile picture of the author JeniferStarr
    You can definitely still make money with PLR, it just takes time to build the business. It seems like a lot of people give up when it doesn't become successful overnight. If you're willing to put in the time and effort, it's viable.
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    • Profile picture of the author Martin Lee Jr
      sure does sell - it's best though to use it for inspiration
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  • Profile picture of the author biz_online
    Originally Posted by nmb View Post

    I have been looking at a current news PLR servcie and was wondering if there is still interest in PLR.
    PLR always sell if you re-write and repackage it.

    I do this all the time. I re-write and change the title. Sometimes, it the topic is hot! I will build full-blown websites and package of re-written PLR.

    I don't outsource the re-writes. I do this myself so that it's done right.:p

    There's Lot's Of PLR Sold Here.

    Also, You can Find Gaming PLR And Just About Any Other Speciatly PLR Here.

    But, I would not sell any of these products "as is". I would repackage it and rename it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    There are many people still successfully selling PLR. I personally think the money lies in using the PLR to create products and to create backend products for more sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author Caragui
    PLR still works. We see them all the time without even realizing it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris-
    There is still interesting in PLR, but it's not an easy service for a newbie to make a lot of money in any more.

    I have a PLR pack, hugely over-delivering with full instructions on how to use PLR to make money, 55-page traffic guide, and high quality articles, and I've sold a few, but selling PLR is not easy, in my experience, although I am sure there are some people making good money from it (and plenty who aren't!).

    Chris
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