(This post is a live example of producing fresh and new content using private label rights articles in just a few minutes. I took an old PLR article and created fresh content out of it in just over 9 minutes. All I did was follow the instructions laid out below.)
The purpose of this article is to hopefully help those of you that can’t seem to rework those PLR articles into fresh content the search engines are going to love.
But first, a disclaimer:
I can’t guarantee you can make every PLR article unique in 10 minutes. I simply don’t know you and everyone is different. For example, some of you may be able to type 100 wpm while others are hunt and peck typists.
But yes, I personally have taken articles and made them unique within 10 minutes. In some cases it has taken 30 minutes to an hour depending on the type and length of the content.
That said, let’s move on.
Turning PLR articles into unique content
If you own lots of private label rights articles and they’re just collecting dust sitting on your hard drive because you feel it just takes too long to make them unique or too expensive to have them rewritten then you’ll want to read this article.
You really just want to make yourself a little more unique than everyone else out there promoting the same PLR ebooks and articles and by combining PLR’s together, you can be more unique.
Another really good idea is to make audio eBooks out of some of the PLR articles you have not doing anything but sitting on your hard drive. Audio files make it easy for folks to get the information they are looking for but without having to read it.
Not only are audio files easier to “consume,” but you can also charge more for this type of media due to the perceived value and the ease of use.
Now that I’ve given you some ideas of what can be done with articles and eBooks, I’ll go ahead and walk through one of the methods I use. Let’s go ahead and get started!
Steps to turn old PLR articles into fresh, new content
First of all you need to change the title to something that is a good match to the content and also something that would have one or two good keywords in the title.
Normally I’ll take an article that has around 500 words and add a short paragraph at the beginning and maybe at the end as well. But usually just adding a paragraph at the beginning is sufficient.
After the title is changed and a paragraph is added then it’s time for the content to be changed. I’ve found the quickest way to do this is changing the words into my own as I read the article. Perhaps I’ll add a sentence or delete a sentence here and there as I’m going through the content. This really depends on the flow of the original article.
Once this has been completed it’s time to proof read the new article. Finally after any errors are corrected I’ll read the entire article one more time to make sure that it has good content and that people will genuinely benefit from the content.
The final step is to get my article published. I use Isnare.com most of the time. The reason I use them is they will distribute your article to over 40,000 publishers and hundreds of article sites. They charge a small fee per article but it’s well worth the money and the time you save by submitting only one time.
I hope you have enjoyed this article and it has been helpful. If you have any ideas to share, please comment below.