Introduction
Over the next several pages you're going to discover over 70 ways to use PLR ebooks, articles, and software.
Before we jump in, let's get this out of the way: In most cases it's a good idea if you
rewrite the PLR so that you are using unique content. That point won't specifically be
mentioned in most of the strategies listed below. However, you should assume it's
generally a good idea to modify the PLR at least partially - about 20-30% or so.
Now let's get started Procrastination Killer PLR Review

How to Make Money with PLR Articles
1. Load articles into an autoresponder.
You already know you need to load up an autoresponder series as a way to
automatically build a relationship with your readers. PLR articles make this task easily.
While you should load at least seven to twelve articles into your series, you can also put
your business on autopilot by loading 52 articles into the series - one per week. That's
a full year's worth of content that you can use to build a relationship, help you close
sales, and so on.
Do note, however, that you should be using "evergreen" content. In other words, use
content that's always relevant and timeless. Details: https://goo.gl/Udxqjd

2. Use the content to create regular newsletters.
Of course you don't need to use all your PLR content in your autoresponder. You can
also use PLR articles for real-time broadcasts to your entire list. And since you're
blasting it out live, you don't even need to worry about it being "evergreen" content.
For best results, weave affiliate links - or links to your own products and services - into
this content.

3. Use the content on your blog.
You can get your blog off to a good start by populating it with PLR content. Then you
can keep your blog going by posting PLR articles once or twice a week. In fact, if you're
using a blog platform that allows you to autopost, then you can load it up any time you
want ….. and the software will post it for you once or twice a week.
Since blog posts can be short - even as small as a couple hundred words - you can
easily take one PLR article, chop it in half, and create two blog posts.

4. Create offline newsletters using PLR articles.
Many marketers use PLR articles to help create their autoresponder series or their
online newsletter. However, PLR content can also be used to create an offline
newsletter - either free or paid.

5. Use PLR articles as the basis for your research.
I'm sure you've seen it before: PLR articles that are written so horribly that they are
difficult to read. Obviously, they were written by someone whose first language is not
English. While they might pull in search engine traffic, you know that any human who
reads these types of articles will hit the back button ….. fast.
Worse yet, sometimes you run into PLR articles that are beautifully written - but you
can't use them. The problem is that when you run them through CopyScape.com, you
find out that they're plagiarized. That opens you up to copyright infringement and
intellectual property lawsuits.
Obviously, you cannot use these articles as-is. But does that mean you wasted your
money buying these PLR articles? Not necessarily. You see, if the articles are well researched
and the content is good, then you can use them as the basis for your own
research to write completely new articles.
Think about it: researching your article usually takes more time than writing it. So if you
have a well-researched article in front of you, all you need to do is rewrite it to create a
completely original (yet factual) article.
In other words, don't despair the next time you buy dirt-cheap PLR articles only to find
out they're cheap because they're poor quality. Just consider the money as well-spent
since it reduces your research time.

6. Add affiliate links to articles and submit to article directories.
Here's an easy way to make money from PLR articles. Simply go to Clickbank.com,
Amazon.com, or any other site with an affiliate program. Find a best selling product.
(Clickbank in particular makes this easy to do, since they list their hottest products at
the top of each category.)
Next, find PLR articles closely related to the same topic of the affiliate product. Rewrite
the content, as most article directories won't accept PLR articles or duplicate content.
As you rewrite, insert your affiliate links into the article.
It's also a good idea to rewrite it around one or two keywords that your market will use
to find your article. Use WordTracker.com (or your favorite keyword tool) to determine
what longtail keywords get traffic, but also have very little competition in the search
engines.
Finally, submit your rewritten PLR articles to article directories like ezinearticles.com.
You should also include a resource box at the end of the article to point people to your
website, which should encourage people to get on your mailing list.

7. Use PLR articles as search engine food.
Instead of merely posting PLR content on your blog as mentioned in strategy #3, you
can rewrite it around your niche keywords and then post it. That way these articles will
not only serve as "sticky" content to draw visitors back again and again, you'll also pull
in new search engine traffic.

8. Create a content-rich site /and sell it!
That's right, you can use your PLR articles to create a content-rich site based around a
particular niche. Then you can monetize the site by adding AdSense to the site or
adding affiliate links to the content (or both).
Usually you might then start working on promoting the site, such as tweaking your
content around longtail keywords to bring in search engine traffic, using article
marketing, using expired domains that are already bringing in traffic, or similar traffic
generation strategies. However, your other option is to simply sell the site outright to
another marketer on eBay, DigitalPoint forums, or a similar marketplace.
You also have two options. You can either create one site - with a domain name and
everything - and sell the site and domain name. Alternatively, you can sell the site
template (design) and all of its content to multiple buyers as an "out of the box" solution.
Note, however, that some PLR licenses may not allow you to resell the content, even if
it's part of an overall site. This is especially true if you're selling it to multiple buyers.
You'll need to look for PLR content that includes transferable rights.

9. Create the site - and keep it.
Of course you can create a content-rich niche website as described above, except don't
sell it. Instead, keep adding content to it, keep promoting it, and keep monetizing it
….. and keep all the profits for yourself.

10. Create a site using PLR and sell advertising.
As described above, one way to monetize a content site is to insert advertising links or
AdSense on the site. Another way to do it is to sell advertising on the site. You may
sell text ads or banner ads. If your site has a high Google page rank, many advertisers
will be content to merely buy a link as a means to get the benefits of your high page
rank.

11. Run a membership site.
Membership sites are good profit models, because of the residual income. However,
generally membership sites are also tedious to maintain, simply because you need to
constantly be creating and uploading new content.
That's where PLR articles come in. No more struggling to brainstorm your next topic.
No more spending days creating the content. Just tweak PLR articles and upload it to
your site. Now membership maintenance only takes a couple hours instead of days (or
weeks)!

12. Pull in foreign search engine traffic.
Are you bilingual? Or do you know a good translator?
If so, you can translate your PLR articles into foreign languages. As usual, pay
particular attention to one or two keywords in each article. Then upload to your site and
watch the traffic start coming in.
(Naturally, of course, it's best if you have products - your own or affiliate products -
available in this same language.)

13. Turn PLR articles into an online course.
An alternative to offering a regular ebook is to offer an online course. You can send
each lesson directly via an autoresponder, or you can merely send the link to a
downloadable PDF.
Either way, PLR articles can be used to create the online course. Best of all, you can
either offer a free course as a lead generator, or offer the content as a paid product.

14. Use PLR articles as the basis for a teleseminar series.
Just because your PLR articles are in text form doesn't mean the content needs to be
delivered strictly in a text format. (Indeed, you'll discover other non-text uses for PLR
articles in just a few minutes.)
Here's an idea: use your PLR articles as the basis for a teleseminar series.
You can give a presentation based on one or more articles, and then open the phone
lines for questions. Or, you can have a friend interview you based on the content ….. and
you can give your answers straight from your articles.
It's two products (free or paid) in one. First, you can give access to the live
teleseminars. Second, you'll have the recordings to sell or give away to others.

15. Use articles to create content for others.
If you have a writing business, you can use PLR articles to create content for others.
Since you need to provide unique content to your clients, partial rewrites won't do.
However, good PLR can save you a lot of time in the research department.
You may also take on clients who can't pay as much by offering to use PLR content as
a base for their content. They get something that's nearly 100% original (yet they don't
have to pay full fees), and you get paying clients. It's a win-win situation.
Note: you should only use PLR content as a base with prior approval from your
clients. Otherwise you're likely to ruin your reputation if they discover that you're not
giving them unique content.

16. Use PLR content to post answers on Yahoo Answers.
One way to get valuable backlinks to your site (for search engine optimization purposes)
is to post answers on Yahoo Answers.
Since it can be tedious to create "fresh" answers for every question related to your
niche, you can use PLR articles instead. Ideally the full article should be posted on your
website. That way you can simply post your own site as the source of your information.

17. Use PLR articles to post comments on other people's blogs.
Just as you can use PLR articles to post on Yahoo Answers, you can also use it to post
relevant comments on other people's blogs. Then leave your backlink to get human
traffic and - if the blog allows search engines to follow links - the benefit of a one-way
link for search engine optimization purposes.
Be sure the content you use is relevant, however. And in general, you don't want to
post entire articles. Instead, post a portion of the article that's relevant to what's being
discussed. You can then link to the entire article that's posted on your own blog.

18. Use as content to post answers on forums.
Here's another way articles can be used to get links: post the content on other people's
forums.
Now you can do this one of two ways. On forums that encourage people to post
articles, you can post all or part of an article - particularly if you add your own
comments about the article. If you add something controversial, you're likely to spark a
debate (and that's good thing).
Some forum owners frown on this, however. They'd rather people have natural
conversations rather than post articles. In particular, new members of a forum are likely
to get their hands slapped for posting "drive by" articles. If you run into a forum that
discourages posting articles, then use your PLR to help you brainstorm topics to post
about on forums - but don't necessarily post the articles themselves (at least not in a
transparent way).
Note: On the other hand, some forums have specific sections where you're
allowed to post full articles. In those cases, consider posting a few along with a
byline.
Another way to use PLR content on forums is to use it to answer other people's posts.
Here you may post part of an article, along with a link to the full article that's posted on
your blog.
Note, however, that most forum owners prefer if you answer the question in its entirety
on the forum - so you don't want to just post a line or two with a link. Instead, post a
complete answer ….. with a link for those seeking additional information.
Tip: you can pay other people to post these articles or article snippets. Post a
project on elance.com to find freelancers willing to do this work for you.

19. Use PLR articles to create Squidoo pages.
Plenty of savvy marketers set up Squidoo pages (AKA lenses) around specific niche
topics. You can do the same using PLR articles to create the lens. You may want to
rewrite some of the content around specific keywords. Then add interactive features,
affiliate links, and links to drive traffic back to your own site.

20. Use PLR content to create Squidoo lenses - then SELL the lenses.
Here you set up a lens as described in strategy #19 above. However, instead of
keeping it yourself, you sell it immediately to someone else. It's a quick and easy way
to make a nice chunk of change.
Note: check your PLR license to be sure this is allowable. To be safe, find content
that comes with transferable rights.
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