52 Ways to Cash In Using PLR
You’ve heard PLR content can make you a lot of money and save you time. And yet most people just post it as-is on their blog or sell it without modifying it.
Sure, you can do that.
And here are 52 other ways to profit from PLR content…
- Respond to questions on Yahoo! Answers by excerpting or rewriting PLR content.
- Use PLR content to create a “slideshow style” video that you load up onto YouTube.
- Use PLR content to create a video that you offer as a paid product.
- Chop up a PLR ebook to create short reports that you sell for $10 to $15.
- Use PLR content to create blog posts.
- Rewrite or excerpt PLR content to create articles that you submit to article directories like ArticleAlley.com, Buzzle.com, GoArticles.com and EzineArticles.com.
- Rewrite PLR content to create a free ecourse that you offer by autoresponder.
- Use PLR content to create a short report that you give away to newsletter subscribers.
- Compile PLR articles to create a short report that you use to promote your blog.
- Excerpt or rewrite PLR articles to answer questions on niche forums.
- Create a weekly newsletter using PLR content.
- Load 52 PLR articles into your autoresponder to create a yearlong evergreen newsletter.
- Offer PLR products as bonuses to your paid ebooks.
- Turn PLR content into the basis for your “workshop at home” course.
- Take snippets and tips from PLR content and post them on Twitter.
- Turn a PLR ebook into a Squidoo.com lens.
- Use a pack of 10 PLR articles to create a HubPages.com hub.
- Turn a PLR ebook into an audio book.
- Rewrite a PLR ebook and turn it into a physical product using Lulu.com.
- Create a third-party blog (like a Blogger blog) using PLR content.
- Join Facebook.com and post rewritten PLR content to your page.
- Populate a new blog with six or more posts using PLR content.
- Rewrite a PLR ebook and offer it as your main product.
- Offer PLR articles as bonus content for your membership site members.
- Rewrite PLR content and create your own PLR offer. (Only if you have transferable rights.)
- Turn your PLR content into a paid weekly newsletter that you send via the postal mail.
- Turn chapter of a PLR ebook into weekly lessons that you offer in a fixed-term membership site (like membernaire.com).
- Burn PLR content onto a CD and sell it on eBay.
- Create a rebrandible report out of PLR content. (Preferably promoting your products or products with two-tier affiliate programs.)
- Offer a “tip of the week” feature on your blog using PLR content.
- Stock a vault-style membership site with PLR content.
- Create a monthly membership site using PLR content.
- Transcribe PLR audio products and turn these products into articles.
- Offer the transcripts to a PLR audio product as an upsell to an audio product.
- Bundle together multiple PLR products and have a firesale.
- Use a complimentary PLR product as an order-form upsell or cross-sell.
- Stock your affiliate center with PLR articles and reports.
- Package multiple PLR products together to create a one-time offer.
- Use PLR articles to create press releases that you distribute online (PRWeb.com) and offline.
- Extract “talking points” out of PLR content and use it to give a free talk at a local organization (such as the Garden Club, the Rock Hounding Club or the Chamber of Commerce).
- Extract bullet points, tips and highlights out of PLR content and use it to create slides for paid weekend workshop.
- Burn a rewritten PLR report onto a CD and give it away free at a niche event (such as a trade show).
- Sell PLR content on CDs at the back of the room at a weekend seminar.
- Start a forum and use PLR content to create the first half a dozen or so discussion topics.
- Post articles on niche forums (where allowed – some forums have an articles section).
- Offer PLR content as a “bribe” to get people to subscribe to your RSS feed.
- Use PLR content as the basis for an audio training course.
- Create a radio show on BlogTalkRadio.com and use PLR content as discussion topics.
- Offer free products (derived from PLR content) as an incentive on a “tell a friend” script.
- Train your new affiliates by giving them marketing materials to read and apply. Naturally, you use PLR content to create these materials.
- Combine multiple PLR products to create a high-ticket home-study course.
- Create an article out of PLR to use when you act as a guest blogger on someone else’s blog.
There you have it – 52 ways to profit from PLR content.
If you can’t profit using one of these ways, then maybe you’re not cut out to be a marketer!