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How To Convert PLR Product Into REAL Content
Unless you're just getting into the content generation game, it's a well-known and echoed fact that PLR (Private Label Rights) products are the most pricey and sought-after content favorably looked upon as foundation material used to help jumpstart readership of blogs, websites, forums,and so on. Most high-level content professionals advise against the usage of PLR content products for traditional reasons of SEO concern (fear of duplicate penalty reprisals) and the like.
Online Marketing would proclaim them all resoundingly wrong, as the content provision game is only set to grow in the coming year, revenue generation-wise. A disappointing trend noticed in the requests of Buyers is for more work versus less pay. Only illustrating that in 2019 it'll be a Buyers' Market free-for-all that only truly resourceful content practitioners will be able to leverage profitably while chaos reigns all around them in the ranks of the less-visionary.
It's not that PLR products pose any sort of inherent damage to the rankings of a website or blog, but it's the consistently-horrible way in which it has been abused by those of a low content familiarity. PLR content products are supposed to provide a (decent) writer with core material that is usually intended to require input from them to add dimensionality and convert it into a unique piece if information its' target market paid to consume.
I can't tell you how many times in the 80s, I saw whole PLR article series published
into low-rank article directories and passed off as the work of the author name slapped onto it. Hilariously disgraceful when cross-referenced with two-to-three other so-called writers publishing the SAME SERIES. There's no accounting for resourcefulness (lol!).
All that chaff is the result of the abuse of the lazy, gleaning material even remotely
matching their spammy, ineptly-researched long-tail keyword phrases. I mean, index of/PLR, index of /eBooks, and other kiddie Googlehacks are how the lions' share of less resourceful content freelancers are often quietly able to gain some sort of inroads in the marketplaces.
The only science to PLR content product usage is to have the semiotic chops to effect alteration on the cellular level as to achieve a uniqueness that will pass plagiarism filter challenges Internet-wide. THAT, sad to say, requires either years of exceptionally-high level writing experience or software that provides instant synonymization to enable content by-product sales.
A lot of thinking outside the box is needed if you want to get an edge on using, and profiting from PLR content products. For example, MP3 audio is a particularly huge online market, and as far as the Online Marketing and interrelated niches go, your profit margin is guaranteed with at-least decent content product laser-targeting issue-plagued groups easily monetized by their desire for a solution.
An excellent way to convert something like a text-file collection of PLR articles into an MP3 series is to use freeware like the CoderRevolt Text-To-Speech program to generate MP3, TXT, and XML files instantly. This is profit leveragement as you've just increased the market value on that previously-PLR text article collection by creating a UNIQUE PRODUCT.
I mean, any writer of talent and hustle will have multiple ways to exploit PLR products and transmute them into profit. From autoresponder series fodder, to affiliate marketing material, to membership site padding, to content freelancing inventory, to...you get the point. It's not the TOOLS or MATERIAL - it's the WRITER.