If you have been working on the Internet you may have downloaded some PLR content, also known as private label rights content.
This can be a very effective tool to help you get some ideas for good content for your sites without having to write all the content yourself or having to pay a ghostwriter to create content for you.
But do you know how to tweak, re-write, and publish your PLR in 7 minutes or less?
Using this super simple step-by-step checklist, you’ll be re-writing titles, adding value to your blog posts, and publishing your PLR content faster than ever before.
You’ll also learn some incredibly easy formatting tweaks you can make to juice up your content to ensure people not only read the words, but take the precise action you want them to take.
If you have downloaded a lot of private label rights articles, you may find after some time that they take up a lot of room on your hard drive. You may have a hard time remembering which content you have used already and which content you have not used yet.
This is quite a common problem since it is very easy to get disorganized with PLR.
Here is a method that can help you keep your PLR content organized so you know what has been used already and what is still waiting to be used.
First, organize all the content by either the niche or the website.
If you have several websites, you should organize by website. Put all the articles you want to use on that site into a folder that is dedicated to that site.
Inside the folder for that website, make two separate folders. Label one as “Rewritten and ready for use” and label the other one “Already used.”
When you have two separate folders, simply place the articles into the “Rewritten” folder after you have rewritten them and made them ready to be used. After you have used them in a blog or placed them on your site, cut and paste the articles to your “Used” folder.
Now, you will never be disorganised again! Do you have any tips for organising your PLR?