I released a new PLR pack this week. You can buy 5 Bathroom PLR articles for just $5.
If your blog is about the home, decorating, renovating or revamping, then these articles could be just right for you. You can easily add a nice photo and affiliate product links from Amazon, Commission Junction or the affiliate programme of your choice, to build up your niche site.
Each article is a minimum of 400 words. The titles are as follows:
- 4 Ways to Reduce The Cost of Replacing a Bathroom Suite – 560 words
- Transform Your Bathroom with 3 Easy to Replace Items – 459 words
- Ways to Maximise Space in a Small Bathroom – 437 words
- 3 Inexpensive Accessories for Your Bathroom – 466 words
- Flooring Options for the Bathroom – 534 words
What is PLR?
PLR stands for Private Label Rights. This is the term used to define the rights that come with purchasing PLR articles or pre-written content. This can be articles, ebooks, reports, videos, almost anything. The type of rights that are sold can be different depending on who you buy from.
Some people get a little confused as to why people would choose to buy pre-written content that is sold to multiple buyers. Here are a few of the reasons, as well as details about the different ways that you can use PLR articles.
Why People Use PLR Articles
People buy PLR articles for a variety of reasons. It is cheaper to purchase these packs than hiring a freelance writer. A website owner might not have the time or the inclination to write their own articles. Getting pre-written content is a quick way to got a website up and running.
How You Can Use These PLR Articles
If you choose to buy PLR articles, there are several ways that you can use the content. You could choose to copy and paste each article directly into your blog as your next post. You could alter the format and re-write the content by adding your own slant or your own personality into the writing. You could choose to create an opt in report so that visitors to your site can sign up and you can build up your email list.
The Things You Can Not Do With PLR Articles
You can not use PLR articles to create kindle books. Amazon is not a fan of duplicated work. What you can do is re-write PLR articles in your own words and then use them as part of a book.
You can not resell PLR articles to others unless you have purchased a collection with re-sell rights.
Check out The PLR Boutique, if you are in need of quality articles for $1 per page. I hope to add new packs over the next few weeks so watch this space