Here you'll find blog posts about how to use and monetize PLR. Gone are the days of thousands of PLR articles collecting digital dust: let's put that PLR to use!
How to Grow Your Blog Using PLR
Let's face it: many bloggers are lazy when it comes to recipe posts. If you're specifically a food blogger, you probably have an awesome flow and you are good with subheadings, questions, extra ingredients, etc. The rest of us? We need some help! SOS! That's where Conversion.ai (aka Jarvis) comes in. Heads up: links in
Every article you purchase from PLR for Blogs has affiliate link suggestions in the files you download. This makes it easy for you to earn money without tons of extra effort. However, you probably aren't going to make the big bucks from Amazon unless you have a gazillion pageviews. That's why diversifying and finding high-paying
I kept hearing the phrase “super affiliate” and was intrigued. I figured it meant the “top” affiliates for a company or something, but a super affiliate is defined as someone who takes affiliate marketing seriously. Ya know, the folks who make a living with it. Are you a super affiliate yet? If not, let's get
I created this website so I can help bloggers make more money. PLR saves time, but it costs money… so how do we balance it all out? When you purchase PLR, have a plan in mind. This plan can be reverse engineered so you know exactly what you have to do to turn content into
Why do people sign up for your email list? Hopefully because they think you're awesome and talk about helpful stuff in the emails you send out each week. But honestly, we all know people really sign up for our lists for the freebies. What makes you say “I need to be on that mailing list”…?
We've all heard of (and love!) Pexels, PicJumbo, and Unsplash, but have you used these other free stock photo websites? Here are some of my favorites! In the coming weeks and months, I'll be adding stock photo packages to PLR for Blogs, so be sure to join our email list and check back frequently! 🙂
I love working less and making more money. To do this, I use a combination of PLR with trending topics. The PLR creates a foundation for my blog posts, while the trending topics carry it through for traffic and $$. Planning is key. Obviously this is a given as part of “how to plan a
Ranking on Google with PLR is similar to ranking on Google with 100% original content. If you use PLR correctly, you won't have to worry about duplicate content issues or failing to rank. There are pros and cons to using Private Labels Rights (PLR) or Done-for-you (DFY) content. The pros are obviously tons of time
I've been blogging for more than a decade, and the number one thing most bloggers tell me is that they need more time! Because we can't add more to the 24 hours in a day we already get, we have to be more efficient with the time we have. That is where PLR comes in!