The Best Ways to Use PLR Content for Blogs

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Do you want to know how to use PLR content for blogs? Whether you’re a new blogger or an experienced one without much experience using PLR content, it helps to understand how to use this content.

If you do it the right way, you’ll save money, post more content, and bring more viewers to your website. Who wouldn’t want to have a way to continue posting fresh content without having to come up with all the ideas on their own? If you’re ready to get started, check out the helpful tips below.

What are PLR articles?

PLR stands for private label rights. They are articles that are sold in their entirety more than once. Most PLR articles are sold as a package and you can do anything you’d like with them. You can resell them, rewrite PLR articles to publish or publish them in an online course, newsletter, or whatnot that’s hidden behind a paywall.

Edit the Content to Fit Your Voice

Always edit the content to fit your voice when you’re using PLR content for blogs. Remember, you want to rank on search engine sites, such as Google. If you’re ranking, people will find your site with ease when looking up specific keywords.

When they find your site, they’ll click on it and check it out. However, it’s not that easy to rank on search engines when your content sounds the same as several other bloggers.

After buying your PLR content, carefully read through it. Consider rewriting it or changing up some of the sentences throughout each paragraph. You want the content to sound fresh and exciting while adding your personality to it. Add words to the content that you’d typically use. It doesn’t take much time or effort to tweak the articles you’ve bought.

Find Images or Take Photos to Go With the Articles

Make your content more exciting by adding a few images that will go with it. The photos you’ll use will depend on the niche and the specific topic discussed in the post. You can use royalty-free images, purchase high-quality photos, or even take your own when possible.

Adding images next to your PLR content for blogs will make it more enjoyable. While some people like reading, others are visual learners who enjoy the pictures they’ll see before scanning through the content.

Post the Content to Your Website’s Blog Section

Be sure to add the content to the blog section of your website. If you have a following, you likely have people visiting your website to look for blog content each day. Keep your content organized and in the right spot by posting it regularly to your website’s blog.

If you want to keep viewers coming back, let them know how often you’ll add a post. Some bloggers add one post each day, but others may update the site with content three times a week. It depends on how much you’d like to post.

Turn Larger Articles Into Multiple Posts

Most viewers want to read short, simple, and informative content. They want straightforward, scannable content that won’t take them forever to get through. If you’re purchasing longer PLR articles with 1000+ words, you can split those articles up into different posts.

Because you’ll need to edit and customize them to your liking, you can decide where to end the post for the first blog and pick it back up with the second blog. It’s a great way to leave readers in suspense and have fresh content for them to check out the next day. When you think about it, you’ll get more for your money, too!

Turn the Content Into a List

Some readers enjoy lists. They’re broken down into small parts and are easier to follow along with. If you’re trying to switch things up, turn some of your PLR content into listicles, such as “The top 10 things you need to do…” or “15 reasons to buy…” You will take ideas from the PLR content, but make it your own by turning it into a complete list of informative details for viewers to go through.

Use Bits and Pieces of Articles in Newsletters

If you’ve started a newsletter for your site/blog and have subscribers, you may feel like you’re running out of things to say. Whether you’re sending something out daily or weekly, you can use the PLR articles to your advantage.

With content used in emails, you don’t have to stress over ranking. You’ll still need to customize the content, but you don’t have to put forth as much effort into making it different. The purchased articles will get put to good use when you’re adding them to emails and sending them out to subscribers. The subscribers will enjoy the fresh content coming from you.

If you’d like to start using PLR content for blogs but don’t know how to do so, follow these helpful tips. Many bloggers use PLR because they’d like to save time and money while still regularly updating their blogs with fresh content. If you’re willing to add unique images, post regularly, and even edit the content to fit your voice, you can have the most success with this type of content.

The Best Ways to Use PLR Content for Blogs

Are you considering purchasing PLR content for your blog? You’re going to find that with a little tweaking, you can be well on your way to posting fresh blog content more often!


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  1. First time to hear about PLR. It sounds so good and helpful to all bloggers out there. Thank you!

  2. I never knew or heard about PLR until now and definitely learned something new today. This is quite an informative and helpful guide you’ve posted and thanks for the share.

  3. Always edit the content to suit your personal preferences. I love that you’ve made this an easie process for everyone to follow. Great tips overall.

  4. This is actually the first time I’m hearing of PLR. I’m glad to have seen this. You have some really good tips here. I’m surprised I’m just now hearing of this.

    1. I am amazed at how many people haven’t heard about PLR before. I guess I will have to write more about the topic. I have some in my shop, but I remember you saying that you enjoy writing your own content, wishing you much success and thank you for your comment. xo

  5. I only recently came across this phenomenon. I had no idea that it was a thing, but wow is it super helpful to get content up super fast!

    1. It’s so amazing that few knew about it. I’ve been writing it for clients for a long time now – health and wellness coaches that sell PLR packs, but now I have my own packages for bloggers. Just four in the shop right now. BUT I knew about PLR since 2006 when I first came home to make money on the internet. I need to share more details about this for others to learn, I think 🙂

  6. I am going to take a look at PLR articles. Sometimes life gets too busy that I rarely find time to sit down and write. This is going to be a big help for me to have fresh content when I am pressed for time.

    1. Thank you, Eileen, for your comment. I am willing to bet that it will be quite helpful 🙂

    1. Hi Janel, I’m going to quote from my previous blog post 🙂 “What are PLR articles?
      PLR stands for private label rights. They are articles that are sold in their entirety more than once. Most PLR articles are sold as a package and you can do anything you’d like with them. You can resell them, rewrite PLR articles to publish, or publish them in an online course, newsletter or whatnot that’s hidden behind a paywall.” This question was asked twice today though, so I am going to have to work on a what is PLR post soon 🙂 I did just copy this quote into the article, I assumed more people realized what PLR is, my bad 😉 Thank you for asking 🙂

  7. I absolutely love your tip about rewriting or tweaking to fit your voice. If you just throw what you got in there, it will be obvious that it wasn’t you who wrote it.

    1. Hi Heather – PLR stands for Private Label Rights. PLR is content that can be edited, modified, and shared by you as your own. 🙂

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