So you’re on a tight budget but still need to keep publishing content on a monthly basis? Then you might like consider subscribing to a PLR membership site.
PLR memberships have the usual benefits of PLR such as speeding up your content creation or saving you the effort of writing or recording content if this isn’t your strength. This frees you up to spend time on other tasks, such as marketing or managing your team.
One of the problems with PLR is that you can’t count on the quality from provider to provider. Yes, you could do a Google search of your ‘subject + PLR’ and find plenty to buy. Chances are though that you’ll have to rewrite it because it’s either poorly written or outdated – which is why it’s so cheap. On the other end of the spectrum, you could hire a ghostwriter or freelancer and that’s great if you have the budget.
This is where a PLR membership site can help. PLR membership sites have several distinct advantages, one being the fact that they limit the licenses sold, such as only 200 members are issued licenses. That keeps the value high because there’s a limit to how many times that content will be published. While some might say that 200 licenses are still too many, probably only 10% of the actual products are being used. The actual competition is more like 20 versions, most of which will be changed enough to avoid duplication.
Another distinct advantage is that the owners of the membership site put together high value products for their members. A package will typically include at least one 30+ page report, a 5-7 page shorter viral report, a pack of articles, and a well written sales letter with nice graphics.
Finally, a PLR membership is perfect for the infopreneur who likes to put out a niche site complete with all of the promotional materials in a matter of a few days. After all, speed is crucial in Internet marketing. With a new PLR pack ready to go you can have a brand new product available on the market every month or you can fill up your own membership site every month with the minimum of work. It’s no longer just for info product creators, though. Coaches are now using PLR content to deliver webinars and even entire coaching programs too.
The cost of the PLR membership usually starts at $27 a month. But if you break it down, you can’t beat the value. The best PLR memberships offer at least one well researched eBook ($400), a sales letter with quality graphics ($400+), and a pack of articles to use on your autoresponder, blog or to do article marketing ($200). So for the monthly fee, you get $1,000+ worth of well written, ready to go info products, which can potentially make you thousands of dollars.
One tip though is to look for memberships based around a niche, rather than general ones. For example All Private Label Content has separate PLR memberships on health, self improvement and marketing. Unless you have a wide range of niche sites, a PLR membership with content on any subject could leave you with a lot of unused PLR on your hard drive.