When you want to create a new product to sell on the global marketplace which is the Internet, this can often seem like it’s going to be a long drawn out process. For many marketers, this can be. People can spend weeks, months or even years writing a single information product, without knowing if it’s going to sell or whether it will be a success. But, that needn’t be the case. If you can work smartly, you can create your own information products and profit from them in a fraction of the time required by your competitors. It’s all about using Private Label Rights content and following a simple three stage process, which I explore with you in this model.
Stage #1 is simple. You have to find PLR which is of a high quality and which you would be proud to put your name against as if it were your own original product. That’s often easier said than done. A lot of PLR can be very run of the mill, or written by people who can barely communicate in English. You should avoid that level of PLR at all cost as it’s not worth putting your good name against. Instead look for PLR which you know is worth you selling. Perhaps it is by a name value writer who you’re aware of. Or maybe you can see some of the product as a sample. Choose your PLR carefully, as the rest of the model depends on it.
Stage #2 involves familiarising yourself with the PLR and deciding how best to use it. To create a highly original product, you need to think of this as a well-considered research source, with most of the hard work done for you. You can reuse sections of this research source directly, but it’s much better if you can rewrite this into a format that is unique and personalised to you. Decide on a focus for your new product. This might utilise some or all of your information source. Decide also on the format, whether this is text, audio or video.
Stage #3 is where you create your product. You already have a perfect blueprint from it based upon the high quality of research you compiled already. Simply sit down and write your product if it’s a report (or create it, if it’s a video or audio product). Stick to your outline. Remember that you want to be profitable, so this needs to be completed quickly. If you can make a 5000 word product, that’s more than suitable for you to sell.
By following this straight forward three step process you can easily turn around products that are a credit to you quickly. Then simply rinse and repeat. The more products you have to your name, the better your business will do. Make sure you are fully using Private Label Rights products to grow your business empire today.