Today I’m talking about how to use written PLR (Private Label Rights content) to create low content books. Yes, you CAN!
I show you how in the video and below that, I’ve written an overview and tips if you just want the highlights.
Fair warning, there are some sound issues and for some reason, it’s really loud when I’m typing. So you’ll have to adjust your sound. (I’m in the market for a new microphone!)
The video is a little over 30 minutes and I talk about where to get good PLR for your books (links below), what to do when you purchase, and how to create your books with it.
Feel free to follow along as I go.
You’ll see me go through how I can and cannot use the content, how I rewrite PLR, How I add a journal page, and how I add in a design from a purchased template I already own.
Good stuff! Enjoy. :o)
✅ Tips to Remember when Using PLR for Low Content Books
- Purchase the best quality you can – I’ve given recommendations below for my seller top picks
- Always read the usage rights, which will come with your PLR download
- When using PLR for journals and notebooks you’ll sell on Amazon, you MUST rewrite every single word to create unique content
- To take it a step further, I recommend you personalize and add in additional content
- Break up your PLR and mix it with content from other packs and sellers
- Use purchased journal and planner templates – these are also PLR – as well as your own custom designs (watch me tweak a template here)
- The more unique you make your book, the better off you’ll be
✅ Where to Get Top Quality PLR for Journal Creation
- Tracy and Suzanne write incredibly well and have challenge packs that make it super easy to create a low content journal challenge!
- ✅ They’re having a sale right now – Save 50% on EVERYTHING in their store until 4/15/19 with coupon code BEACHCAMP
- Tiffany is another amazing seller and writes so well, it’s a piece of cake to rewrite, which makes MY job way easier. I have her lifetime PLR membership (a one-time fee) and it’s been worth every penny. She’s frequently adding new content and covers a wide variety of topics
- I use quite a bit of PLR from April, who has a couple of challenges that would make a great low content book or two. She also writes about health and wellbeing, self-help, personal finance, parenting, and more.
- For food and recipe PLR, I love Trish’s stuff! To use this kind of PLR, you can leave the ingredients list alone but you do need to rewrite the recipe directions. You could easily make low content cookbook journals, meal planners, and food journals.
- ✅ Trish is having a Spring Fling Sale through 4/14/19 – Save 50% on EVERYTHING with coupon code SpringFling50
- And finally, we have Arun, who’s another top seller that writes GREAT PLR on popular topics that’s easy to rewrite and repurpose for low content books.
Any one of these sellers is a winner.
When the writing is good, you don’t have to work as hard to rewrite, and since we have to rewrite everything we use, we have to start with the best quality content possible.
✅ Top Templates for Low Content Publishing
- In the video, I use the goal planner from Profitable Journals and they have awesome templates. So easy to edit, mix and match!
By using PLR and rewriting it for journals and notebooks, we have a framework that speeds up the creation process, we can mix and match to create TOTALLY unique interiors, and when you combine a little bit of written content with low content pages, you’re creating a one-of-a-kind product that buyers really appreciate.
Question? Comments? Drop them below. And let me know how you’ll be using PLR in your notebooks, planners, cookbooks, and journals!