Use Re-Branded PLR Products to Create Membership Websites
Internet websites come in all different shapes, sizes, and formats. There are content fill websites, online stores, video websites, social networking websites, and the list goes on. Most websites are free for all internet users to view. However, you will also find membership websites. They also vary. Some restrict entire site access to paid members and others make special bonus material available. If you want to setup a membership site, but are nervous about the experience, first test the waters with PLR products. They are easy to find and relatively affordable to buy.
Before explaining in detail how you can use PLR products to create membership websites, do you know what PLR stands for? If not, now is the time to learn. It is private label rights. These rights have varying meanings; usually the seller sets the standards. With these products, you can leave as is or make a few changes and add your name as the creator. Some products you can sell, like a PLR e-book to readers, but there are limitations. Rarely can you take PLR e-books or articles and sell them to resellers.
Returning back to membership websites, just about any type of website can be transformed into a membership one. You might be surprised what people are willing to pay to gain access.
Homeschooling parents are likely to pay for homemade workbooks, tips, and more. Pet owners are likely to pay for how-to guides on pet grooming, healthcare, and more. People, just like you who want to make money online, are willing to pay for quality work-at-home information.
Since any type of website can be turned into a membership site, keep this in mind. Consider buying your PLR products in bulk or with a membership subscription. For example, if you pay $150 for 250 articles each month on a wide range of subjects, you pay less than $1 an article. If you choose to use some of those articles, great. If not, there is no big loss. But, since any subject can translate into a membership site, use all the products available.
Speaking of those products, what works for membership websites? Everything. Common private label rights products include e-books, audio books, videos, articles, and software programs. What can you do with each of these items?
An e-book has a lot of potential. Say your paid membership website for homeschool parents has printable worksheets, which can also be bought as PLR products. You want readers to pay for these, but since they are available for free online too, you need to offer a bonus. A re-branded PLR e-book with tips for homeschool parents that you offer for free to all new members draws attention.
As for PLR articles, these tend to have more restrictions. Since you cannot usually resell the articles themselves, you can use them to generate interest. Say there is a paid membership website for photos. You take quality digital photographs or hire a professional. Members pay to gain access to these photographs. As an internet marketer, you know that photographs can generate income online, but not everyone does. Don’t let visitors think opting into your membership only enables them to view quality photographs. It allows for use on websites, in e-books, printed books, and more. Explain this with articles. Find and buy PLR articles with anything related to making money and photographs online. Post them on your opt-in page.
As for PLR videos and audio books, they are available for sale too. You can use them as membership content. Let your free viewers read the information. Let the paid members see you implement each step or tip in action. With that said, do not pay extra for PLR audio books and videos unless you have to. Instead, think outside of the box. You can take one product and easily transform it into more. With paying for only 1 PLR e-book, you can get a total of 4 uses. They are the e-book, shortened articles, an audio book, and a video series.
To make money with membership websites, cost limitations are a must. Do not spend time and money to create a new product from scratch yourself or pay a professional. Use private label products instead. You can re-brand them for half the time and cost.
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