April 12, 2010
Many online marketers turn to the profitable method of using Private Label Rights to create their own content material, especially once they have got a grip on Internet marketing and decide to branch out and sell their own products online.
Content that comes with the tag ‘Private Label Rights’ is content that can be sold to others. Private Label Rights, or PLR, as it is more commonly known as, has become one of the most popular and useful ways to create new product and content in the Internet marketing world. Complete flexibility to change as much of the original work as you want is part of the beauty of Private Label Rights content. Although you must be careful to look at the PLR Licence that comes with each product as some owners of the original work may place some limitations and you do not want to find yourself in a costly legal battle, so look carefully at the rights before deciding to buy in case you end up with something that you cannot ultimately work with.
When you receive your Private Label Rights product, it will normally come to you in a .txt (text file), .doc (document file) or .rtf (rich text file). The text file is normally from Notepad and the document and rich text files are usually in Microsoft Word and these can be used to edit and modify the original work into a masterpiece of your own in which you can name yourself as the author. This saves you numerous hours wondering what on earth to write about as the basis of the whole document, report or article is already set down for you.
As I said earlier though, you must make the content your own, not just change the author name. Examine it thoroughly and use your own personality to come through to be able to rewrite the content suited to your needs. It is a fact that you are most likely to be one of hundreds of people with the same Private Label Rights content and if you do not take the time to alter the content substantially, then you will find that consumers will be fed up with seeing the same old stuff; the seller may have sold several hundred copies of his original product after all. On top of this, the search engines do notice the same content on multiple sites and will give any credence to it. Try adding some completely new content, it’s far easier once you have a start from the Private Label Rights content; use it to generate new ideas in your mind and just write as if you were talking to a good friend.
Fill out the content more, give it some real substance and really make it worth reading and selling to others. You should also ensure to change the title; make it outstanding and unique. This in itself can make all the difference between an okay seller and a real profit maker. There is undoubtedly many products on the market today that just haven’t sold simply because the headline was uninspiring. They should be thought stirring and provoking; drumming up emotions and creating curiosity.
Karen Thomson is a successful Internet Marketing Consultant. If you found this article useful, claim your free social media for business e-book and more goodies, available at =>