We asked some of our friends, clients, and associates to tell us how they use private label rights content in their business. These are the answers we have collected so far. We plan to publish more of how smart business owners use PLR in the future. If you’d like to be included let us know.
Amanda Myers from Create Meow
Amanda Myers is a freelance photographer. She specializes in photographing Pets and Products. She has 5 cats who love to model with pet products. Amanda also photographs lots of products for humans too such as jewelry, shoes, home decor, subscription boxes, teacher worksheets, Amazon products, and lots more.
I love using Private Label Rights content to help me create blog posts. I’m a photographer and not a writer, so PLR really helps me by having a good content base to start with and then I usually add a funny story about my five cats or an inspirational cat quote.
I create stock photos that go great together with PLR. Private Label Rights content is also great for personal learning too with lots of social media marketing tips and inspirational content. It is so much easier to start with PLR rather than staring at a blank page.
Thanks so much for the inspiration.
Pam Collins from Gift of Simple
You can learn more about Pam at her website Gift of Simple where she is Sharing Solutions for a Simpler Life – Focusing on Faith, Simple Living and Self-Care
I found out about PLR in my second year of blogging. It took me quite a while to really understand what it was and exactly how I could use it to grow my business.
Honestly, it seemed like cheating at first. However, eventually, I found that I could use PLR in a way that felt right to me. Because I do not have a lot of time for my blogging tasks, I was looking for tips. PLR is one thing that I found that has proven to be very helpful.
Typically, I utilize written PLR to help get my brain and the words flowing about a certain topic. When I am done with the post, it is generally nothing like the original, but the PLR helped me get moving in the right direction.
Additionally, some written PLR comes with associated images, so I don’t have to take the time to search for all of the images. I may still add other images, but the PLR product often gives me several that I can start with. I love creating printables to use for my blog, as well as for my printable shops. Although I love the process, my time is limited. Printables PLR is a huge time saver.
I search for products that are close to what I want to create and then modify those to produce the desired printable. That often requires a bit of modification, but that does not take as much time as creating the product from scratch.
I still have a lot to learn about utilizing PLR, but I am enjoying the process and learning a lot along the way.
We love sharing how and why other business owners use PLR.
We know it’s a solution that’s been around long before the internet. Businesses have been using newsletters with PLR content for decades.
Utilizing PLR is an effective and cost-conscious way to build your business. PLR enables you to educate yourself, get out of a rut, or simply use it for all your content needs. There is honestly no right or wrong way to use PLR content to grow your business. You can use it a little or a lot.
How do you use PLR in your business? Comment below. We want to hear it.