What’s PLR Got to Do With Your Blog?

PLR-with-your-blogYou can get some writing shortcuts using PLR with your blog!

How can you use PLR with your blog?

OK. Original is fabulous and you can make PLR (Private Label Rights) into your own original material.

First what’s PLR got to do with your blog?

Your main job as a blogger, is sharing valuable updates about your work and business as you offer the information and training that your ideal audience is looking for, to solve their problems and needs.

And when you’re in business online, there‘s really no escaping the need for you to create and deliver valuable content.


When you purchase Private Label Rights (PLR), you can use articles that have been written and sold to a lot of other online business owners to use on their websites, blogs, or to create infoproducts.

How is that valuable and unique for you, then?

Golden Tip: Using PLR with your blog content can save you time from creating your own content.

 A lot of PLR content really isn’t that great. So…

When you find a great PLR content provider, you’ll want to:

Repurpose, re-use, and recycle that PLR content branding it as your own!

You can use PLR with your blog content as long as you have purchased a product that gives you permission to modify and use the content as you please, you can reuse or recycle it to turn it into more visitors for your blog site, your emails, and for engaging on Social Media platforms.

Here are a couple sites for you to check out and get the idea:

  • Nicole Dean  You’ll learn a bit more and have the opportunity to purchase quality PLR reports and article packs at really great prices.
  • Dennis Becker Get Private Label Rights To (THREE) Full-Blown Businesses You Can Market As Your Own Forever!!

I purchased both types of these packages from both of these top PLR sellers! Using them in great ways in the past! You might enjoy this.

Here you can:

  • Repurpose
  • Rebrand PLR can also help get products to sell.
  • Put in your own keywords and title.
  • Put in your own unique quality and make it all yours.

Remember that opt in list you’re building?

You can have more offers and easily written emails for your list!

  • Advertise and promote your PLR products that you have re-written with your own voice as you promote to your list more often.

I have used PLR in the past:

  • Rewriting PLR articles for email programs to help my list with their solutions. Helping me deliver my thoughts easier and fast with information my list would find helpful.
  • I’ve also used parts of the articles to inspire new ebooks over the years!

So PLR could fire up your blogging, your emails, and your free optin offers!

Have fun and let me know your experiences when you use PLR with your blog?

DISCLOSURE My goal in sharing resources with you is to bring to light those things that can benefit you. Some links in some of my posts might be “affiliate links”.  If you click an affiliate link and purchase something, the company will give me a small percentage of the sale, at no additional cost to you. Then, I’ll go out have and have fun spending all the money I make on deliriously exciting stuff! Thank you 🙂


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15 thoughts on “What’s PLR Got to Do With Your Blog?

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  • December 14, 2014 at 8:03 am

    This is a great idea as I find that you need to be more regular with your blog posts. As well, you want to produce good content. I will take note of this.

    • December 15, 2014 at 6:53 am

      Great, Sophia – I am happy that you found this useful! And, happy that you made a comment here – thank you 🙂

  • December 14, 2014 at 8:25 am

    I’ve never heard of PLR, so this has enlightened me a bit….
    Sorry that I deleted my post and reposted it again, I didn’t want to receive only 2 blog comments.
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    • December 15, 2014 at 6:52 am

      Very fun, Sophie – I find in my coaching others – that many people don’t know about PLR – as I’ve said some of the bigger ticket items I purchased actually helped me learn more about marketing my own business in the beginning! 🙂

    • December 15, 2014 at 6:50 am

      So glad that you learned about some things that may be of help to you, Barbara – I hope to have you in our Blogging Mastermind – where we’ll go over this and more to get yourself out there! Thanks so much for your comment!

  • December 14, 2014 at 3:00 pm

    I have used PLR from time to time to create emails series and write ebooks. If you find a reputable PLR company with good content you should stick with them.

    PLR can be great for list building if used correctly. It can even give you awesome ideas for blog articles. The key is to rewrite the PLR and make it your own. I personally like PLR.ME because they have such a broad range of categories and the content is well written.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    • December 15, 2014 at 6:49 am

      You are so right here, Nate – and yes plr.me is another good site – the 2 I’ve listed are in the top sites – and Dennis does have all reanges as you can see, I shared his high priced plr pac to show the difference – and I have used a couple of his higher pacs – event helped me learn ‘how-to’s’ when first started out. Thanks so much for your note!

  • December 14, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    I love using PLR articles now and then, although, as you say, some of them aren’t very good. It’s difficult to find a good source, so I will check out the 2 you recommend above. What I find happens a lot for me is that I start out with a PLR article about a certain subject, and as I write it in my own voice it starts to take on something else entirely. A different subject. I get the inspiration, and then it takes on a life of its own. Pretty cool, that. 🙂 Thanks, Donna. I love your blog.
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    • December 15, 2014 at 6:43 am

      That is super, Jeanne – and yes when I’ve used PLR and start to re-write them, they turn into something very different. Great point – thanks so much!

  • December 16, 2014 at 9:40 am

    Hi Donna,

    Loved this post and thanks so much for sharing these great ideas for utilizing PLR content 🙂 Always sharing tons of value, thank you girlfriend 🙂 BIG HUGS 🙂

    • December 17, 2014 at 9:22 am

      Thanks for stopping by, Joan! I love your visits and thoughts! Big hugs back at ya!

    • December 17, 2014 at 10:19 am

      Super cool, Jaye! Thanks again for stopping by – and so appreciate your notes! 🙂

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