Beginning this section of my review of Peggy Baron’s
Become a PLR Writer course, I’m starting out with the section titled, “The Bones of a PLR Article.” This is where she gives you a basic article format.
We differ a bit here because I use a different format. What I like is that she then goes on to give NINE additional article methods you can use for your content. I always like to mix mine up too!
She gives good advice on the legal front – something I’m always too lazy to even bother with. Playing Russian roulette I guess. I think she could go into more detail on outsourcing. She does the basics but I find many marketers need more mapped out on how to hire ghostwriters.
On to the next section, titled, “Offering More.” There’s immediately a tip at the bottom of page 25 that I hadn’t thought about doing that could increase sales. She also names a couple of things I hadn’t considered as add-ons to a PLR pack. The others I knew.
We totally do things different on keyword usage in our PLR, so there’s a spin on what I do if you’re looking for options.
In the next section titled, “Setting Up Shop,” she talks about two different platforms. She directs you to a site to get the info you need for that set up. But she does go into what needs to be a part of your site. And she gives specifics on various terms you can include. I never include all of this but MANY plr providers do, so it may be an option you want to try.
In this review of Become a PLR
Writer, I discovered that Peggy and I have some good variations on our business models and how we teach our PLR students. This is a PRO, not a con – because it means you’re getting options on how to launch and grow your business. And you can even have multiple PLR sites (my sister has 2 right now) and test each strategy out on a different domain if you want to.