Summary: We've all heard it, the famous phrase, 'content is king'. Well if content is king then how the heck can we go about increasing the number of content we are able to utilize.
We've all heard it, the famous phrase, 'content is king'. Well if content is king then how the heck can we go about increasing the number of content we are able to utilize. I mean we've all been there, feverishly writing article after article to use for submissions and posting to our sites and the more we write the less enthusiastic we start to become about create a successful online business. So, how can we get around the one thing that all internet marketers hate doing?
PLR Content To The Rescue
If you haven't heard about PLR(private label rights) content then it's basically this - content that you can take and use as your own to submit to article directories, on your site, in an email series or any other method where content necessary.
In Search Of PLR Content
So where is it? Where can you go to find a whole bunch content to use as your own? Well, there are many services out there that offer quality content that members are free to use in which ever way they deem appropriate. Of course the option of taking content from the many article directories out there is possible, however there is one thing that limits this method and that is the fact you are required to add in the author box that comes attached to the article you are wanting to use.
This means their link will also have to appear on your page, intern sucking out Google Page Rank that would normally filter through to the other pages on your site. The other disadvantage is the fact that hundreds if not thousands of other marketers out there would be doing the exact same thing. Having the same page on your site as thousands of other people makes it incredibly hard to rank in the search engines.
So What's The Other Option?
The other option would be to pay for your PLR content. There are many services that offer content to their members. This usually means you'll have to share the content with a limited amount of people. Only members will have access to the content, however there are some things you need to look out for.
Firstly how many people will have access to the same content as you? If the service you are looking at requires you to share their content with a thousand other members, then what's the point? You may as well go out and grab content from article directories.
Secondly work out how much you'll be paying per article. If a membership costs $100 and in that member ship you're going to have access to two hundred articles that would mean the cost per article is going to be $0.50. Therefore a membership that offered 400 articles would make the cost per article half of that.