Driving Traffic Using PLR

As we’ve all learned over time, blogging requires writing a lot of content on a regular basis.  If you don’t have someone to assist you in writing articles then you are spending a great deal of time writing posts. In turn, this leaves you little to no time for anything else.

Enter PLR – Private Label Rights

PLR articles have become so “in-demand” these days and can be a wonderful asset for helping you keep powerful content for your blog.

Here are some quick and easy steps for using PLR articles:

Purchasing PLR articles and customizing them to post on your blog is an excellent avenue.  Find PLR articles with content that relates to your particular niche.  Take these articles and break them down into smaller, customized articles for posting.  Rewording, using some of your own thoughts and expertise will make these articles unique to you.

Keep in mind that in order for search engines to index your blog and drive traffic, you do need to incorporate unique information within your posts.  Keep your articles relatively short (300 – 500 words) and concise.  After you have customized and tweaked your PLR, post it!

Another great avenue is to purchase PLR articles or ebooks and create your own ebook from this information.  Take these PLRs and tear them apart to make your own ebook that is unique and loaded with valuable content.  This might seem overwhelming but it’s not.  Go through the original article and find paragraphs that you can easily turn around in your own words and or knowledge.  If you have to, go paragraph by paragraph.

These articles will give you great inspiration for putting your ebook together and you’d be surprised how quickly this will starting flowing and you’ll have your ebook in no time at all.

Once your ebook is done, offer it on your blog as a free, no cost book for your readers.  This will add valuable, helpful content to your blog and generate visitors bookmarking your site!  Using PLRs is a much easier way of creating your own ebooks and/or reports that trying to write them from scratch.  Writing from scratch can be expensive and time consuming.

Taking PLR content and creating special reports to post on your blog is another great way to drive visitors to your site.  These special reports should cover products your are selling or affiliate products that you are promoting.  By including the link to your blog within these reports will drive traffic to your products.

Here’s a Great Tip!

Look around for invitations to JV Giveways.  Starting off, this is a great resource forgetting PLRs for free! Many top marketers place their PLRs on Giveways to build their downlines.  You can pickup wonderful material.  Once you are comfortable with your ebook or report – keep these giveaways in mind to contribute your books and build a downline!


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6 Responses to “Driving Traffic Using PLR”

  1. Excellent post and yes PLR are excellent way to get content if you are running into a pinch – even you are having a writers block – I find scanning thru the 1000 of them I have download gets the juices flowing and then I can whip them out again – I also like giving them out to my list as a thank you gift – remember it’s important to keep your list happy and giving them something they can use – these JV’s that you have are great ways for you to find giveaway PLR products

    Skype: nancyradlinger

  2. Jon Benton says:

    Hi Ellen,

    Great post and awesome information. I could not agree with you more about the use of PLR products when it comes to content for your blog. I have used some PLR product to produce a report and it made it much easier to write it.

    I know your readers will get a lot of use out of this post.

    Jon Benton

    Skype me – soonerdad3

  3. Chuck Bartok says:

    Nancy sent me here. Glad she did. Love your format and delivery.
    As you mentioned there is a responsibility to “edit” the PLR Content.
    Making the article YOURS asure optimizing the Search and ranking System.
    I noticed an unusual circumstance on you blog making it a bit difficult to edit comments.
    Your right click option is disabled??
    We have found the easier it is for our readers to comment, the better it is for everyone.
    Sorry about the typo above

  4. ellen says:

    Hi Chuck, Nice to meet you! Thanks so much for your comment, I appreciate it.

  5. Kathy Clark says:

    Ellen love your blog and this is a topic I needed to learn more about. PLR does help us with inspiration and tools to build your ebooks and articles with. Thanks for the great information.

    Kathy Clark
    Skype: kathyclark1945

  6. ellen says:

    Thank you so much Kathy. I will be writing some more information on those handy little PLRs. I hope it helped.

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