Category: Blog

Using Keto PLR for Your Health Niche

One of the tricky things about specific diet PLR is that you assume it only applies if you have a very specific type of niche. You know it obviously works if you have a keto blog, or even one that talks a lot about low-carb or Paleo in general. It is good for weight loss-related content, but that doesn’t mean YOUR niche won’t like it.

Here are some things to know about Keto and how you can use it for other purposes than just weight loss:

Keto helps reduce inflammation – One of the benefits of the ketogenic diet is that it can help reduce inflammation, perfect if you post content about diabetes and chronic conditions.

It is amazing for fighting sugar cravings – Just about everyone lately has been talking about the dangers of too much sugar, and Keto is extremely low in sugar, so it’s perfect for those nasty sugar cravings. This is also an amazing benefit of talking about Keto if you frequently discuss diabetes.

There are TONS of appliances to promote – Do you like to talk about healthy cooking because of the appliances? Keto encourages a lot of cooking at home, particularly with appliances like pressure cookers, slow cookers, grills, blenders, food processors, and similar appliances.

Journaling has a place with Keto – I personally love to use journals for writing about my Keto experience, recording food and exercise, and complaining about missing donuts 😛 If you like journaling content and promoting journals, there is definitely a way to cross-promote with diet-related content.

COFFEE! – If you have been grabbing the coffee PLR that has been coming out lately, you can easily use Keto content to add to it, since Keto coffee and Bulletproof coffee are frequently consumed on this diet.

I could seriously go on and on, but you get the point. When you see this type of micro-niche PLR, what I recommend, is looking first at the “health benefits” of the topic. This is usually a good place to find out if those benefits apply to what you like to promote the most.

Find out what you get in my brand new Keto FAQs bundle by clicking here.

 

How to Write About Sensitive Topics on Your Blog

I feel comfortable writing about emotional eating and anxiety and depression and eating disorders because not only have I been around a lot of people with them and done my research, but I have experienced them myself.

This might not be the case for you, so if you want to talk about sensitive topics on your blog and don’t have personal experience to share (or are a little weary about discussing it), these are my tips.

  1. Always Include a Disclaimer

This goes for everyone, whether you are discussing your own experience with eating disorders or mental health, or you are using PLR on your blog. Some content you add to your blog might be worded in a way that makes it sound like you are giving advice. Be careful! Make sure your readers know you are not a medical or mental health professional.

  1. Be Careful About Using the Word ‘Treatment’

This is something I learned just recently, so I have since adjusted how my titles and content is written. I advise you think before you tell your readers about natural options for treatment. With this type of angle, I would personally use ‘manage’ or ‘cope’, instead of insinuating they can fully treat or cure an eating disorder without medical intervention.

  1. Stay Neutral About Natural VS Medical Options

There are a lot of things people can do on their own to help cope with an eating disorder or mental health issue, but that doesn’t mean it will help everyone, or that they should only rely on that.

This is where this topic gets tricky. I know many of you are like me where you tend to lean more toward natural and holistic options.

Personally, I do a lot of journaling and self-care at home, but I also have a therapist. I don’t medicate and do talk therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy instead, but this isn’t for everyone.

This is why I would stay neutral. Of course, you can do whatever you feel comfortable with, but if you are a little weary about the topic, I would mention ALL options. With eating disorders, I highly, highly recommend encouraging them to also get help from a professional for treatment (see what I mean about treatment?).

Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening – so it’s okay if you don’t agree with my approach – but that is the only way I would personally feel comfortable talking about it.

  1. Do Research on Proper Wording

This one is more about being sensitive and not wanting to offend someone. It is really hard researching your own eating disorder or mental health issue when so many blogs or sites will use wording that makes you instantly feel worse.

I think the best place to go to figure out how to word this type of content is blogs or social media of people who have these issues. Not just someone offering advice – but those actually suffering from it. Look through their posts and see how they personally like to talk about it. You can learn a lot just by spending a little extra time learning about the sufferers themselves.

Quick Tip: Look up things like “what not to say to someone with an eating disorder” and similar phrases in Google. You should get some good ideas of what not to say with those results as well.

  1. Know the PLR Providers Beforehand

The reason I feel comfortable promoting Susie & Geoff after they wrote about eating disorders is because they write (most, if not all) their own content, and they do their research. I would absolutely trust them to take their time making sure the content is not half-assed, and approaching this type of topic with kindness.

Other PLR providers have attempted this type of topic, and I refused to promote because I didn’t like how they talked about eating disorders or mental health. So my last tip is to really know who you are buying prewritten content from when it comes to highly sensitive topics.

I hope this helped! Let me know if you have any questions.

 

My 3 Tips for Changing [PLR] Article Titles

When you buy prewritten content, such as what I offer here at Health & Wellness PLR, it is recommended that you do some editing or customization of the content so that it is unique for your blog or list.

One of the main things I recommend is changing the article titles – at the very least. Here are my personal tips for changing the titles.

Please Note – I am using my limited PLR pack Coffee for Health as an example for the following tips.

  1. Convert a ‘Benefit’ Into a ‘Why’

This is a super easy way to change a title very slightly when you’re in a hurry. The good news is, this works both ways! If the original title talks about the ‘benefits’ of something, just re-word so that it talks about ‘why’ they need it. Here is an example:

In this pack I have an article titled ‘Health Benefits of Coffee’. You can easily just re-word it to‘# Reasons to Drink More Coffee’.

You can do it the other way around too. With the ‘Why You Should Drink Mushroom Coffee’, try ‘Health Benefits of Mushroom Coffee’.

  1. Add More Details to a Short Title

Sometimes I will keep an article title super short and basic because I know you will be rewriting it anyway. All you need to do is keep the short title, then add a few more details after it.

Here are a couple examples from this pack:

Coffee VS Tea – Coffee VS Tea: Should You Make the Switch from Coffee to Tea?
Facts About Caffeine – # Facts About Caffeine and Why it Matters

  1. Ask a Question

Another option is to rephrase the title as a question when it is written as a statement. When you turn it into a question, it suddenly becomes easy to change the original wording. For example:

I have an article called ‘Dairy-Free Options for Your Coffee’. If it were phrased as a question, it might look like:

‘How Can You Make Your Favorite Coffee Drink Without Dairy?’

or ‘Allergic to Dairy? Try These Coffee Drink Alternatives’You can of course switch up the titles to work for you, such as mentioning plant-based or vegan diets that might not want to use dairy.

Bonus Tip: Keep your readers guessing. If this is your style, you can definitely phrase the title as a question, where they can only find the answer if they click on your blog post. This might be a bit “clickbaity”, but they always get me 😛

How to Promote and Earn Commissions with Anti-Aging Content

As I was finishing up the Healthy Aging report, I noticed that each section in the report had its own micro-niche that you could easily use for your promotions. So, I wanted to show you some different ways you can use this report (or content like it) to get more commissions and more traffic to your blog.

Talk About Infused Water

This is a big one since not only does everyone need to drink more water, but many people struggle with it. It is hard to find any type of anti-aging content that doesn’t mention the importance of drinking more water. This is the perfect opportunity to promote infused water bottles you find on Amazon, and add a few blog posts or emails talking about how to make it.

I even have a free ‘Ways to Drink More Water’ report in the store.

Educate Your List on Environmental Concerns

The Healthy Aging report I just added to the store talks about environmental concerns that might lead to aging prematurely, and the importance of looking for more natural options.

This is not only in skin care and diet, but with things like housecleaning supplies as well. If you think your list is burnt out on talking about skin care products to help with their anti-aging concerns, why not promote natural ingredients or natural products for the home?

Think about products like:

Premade all-natural products
Spray bottles (for making their own)
Baking soda
Essential oils

Look up recipes of DIY home cleaning products, check the ingredients, and see if you fit those affiliate links into your posts.

Promote Sleeping Products

Another big tip for people who come to your blog looking for healthy aging or anti-aging tips is to get better sleep. This is when you can promote things to help with their sleep, such as supplements, pillows, weighted blankets, and essential oil diffusers for their bedrooms. There are TONS of products that work great for promoting better sleep.

There are my 3 tips. I wanted to give you some ideas aside from the typical “watch what you eat” and “use these natural skincare products” This is a great start, but there is so much more to it.

 

4 Ways to Find Your Next Blog Post Topics

Today at Health & Wellness PLR, we are talking about blog topics – and how to find inspiration for future blog posts.

There are of course the typical methods:

Look at seasons or holidays coming up and plan on posts for those holidays.

Re-visit old topics and put a fresh spin on them.

Read through the most recent news articles about your niche and cover those in your blog posts.

Purchase PLR packs to give you starter posts that you can customize. << BIG fan of this one 😉

There are also a few more ways I love to choose new topics, that I thought might be helpful for you. Some of these you probably already do, but others might be a bit unconventional.

  1. Choose random keywords and search them on Pinterest

I love Pinterest, not just for personal reasons, but because it is an awesome way to find out what is trending. There are a few different ways to search Pinterest for topics, from just looking through the latest pins of people you follow, to checking the “Explore” tab.

My favorite way? Just searching for completely random (or not so random) keywords. You might be surprised what you find. It can be something broad like “nutrition” or specific like “herbal remedies”. Don’t just stick to what you find on the first page – take some time looking through the pins, going through to page 3, 4 or 10, and see what you find.

In many cases, you discover unique topics you never would have thought of.

  1. Find ‘trendy’ health blogs or websites and view their latest articles

Let’s be honest.. there are a lot of crazy health trends out there. I don’t talk about everything I come across, but I often find interesting angles or micro-niches that I know you guys would be interested in.

If your health niche is more on the medical side, I recommend going to sites like WebMD or Mayo Clinic, and just looking through some of their topics. WebMD often puts their latest articles right on the front page, so you know what people are currently reading about. *I would do your research outside of these sites – they are just good for ideas.

For other health topics, I recommend finding health blogs of people who tend to talk about the trendy stuff – things that are brand new in the health community. I am not a big fan of Dr. Oz (and I know he is super controversial), but he does tend to have a lot of the more trendy/popular health topics. I suggest doing your own research elsewhere, but there is nothing wrong with taking a peek every once in a while for some ideas.

  1. Browse image sites for inspiration

This is one of my favorite *secret* ways to find inspiration. Usually, you don’t look for images until after you have chosen your topic and angle, but why not reverse it? Sometimes, I will just browse through Pixabay or other imaging sites, and think of health topics for certain images I like.

You can just browse through their latest images, most popular images, or enter a keyword. Even something like “green” comes up with interesting stuff. Maybe you find an image of someone gardening, which reminds you that you haven’t talked about growing herbs yet.

  1. Think about health issues your family and friends suffer from

There is no reason you can’t use personal experiences to come up with health topics. Pay attention to what your friends post on social media. Is there something you see multiple people bringing up? Maybe more than one friend is talking about a new diet, or you keep seeing a hashtag on Twitter for the same fitness app. These are signs of new health trends you might want to cover.

I hope this helped give you a few ideas for your next blog post topics!

 

 

How to Find Royalty-Free Images for Your Blog

Today, I want to talk about finding royalty-free images from free imaging sites. I personally love Pixabay, so I will be using that as an example.

For my latest Bullet Journaling PLR package, I have graphics and eCovers in there for you, but I did not include royalty-free images. So, I wanted to show you how you can look for them and find the right ones.

These are just some little tricks I personally like to use when just typing in the common keywords isn’t helping me find anything good. I also have some tips specifically for journaling content!

Tip #1: Think Outside the Box When it Comes to Keywords

I think we all know to begin an image search, you type the most literal keyword you can think of. For journal-related content, you probably start with “journal”. Definitely don’t hesitate to do this! However, you will run into a wall at some point in the search results and need to think of some other keywords that are related to journaling in order to bring up those other images.

To find other keywords, start with the ones that are closest to what you are searching for. In the example of journal, this might include:

Diary

Notebook

Notepad

To continue the search, maybe try an action for the keyword you are looking for. Such as:

Writing

Drawing

You would be surprised how many more results you get just by switching the keywords around a little bit. Just like when you are researchcing your content, you start with the most obvious keyword, then you start thinking of those related to that keyword, and go from there.

Tip #2: Browse Through the User’s Photos

Another way I like to find images on Pixabay (and other imaging sites) is to look for one good image, then click on the User of whoever uploaded it. Often times, they will have other images in a series with that same topic, subject, or style. When you want multiple images of the same type of style, this is one of the easiest ways to find them.

It might take a few tries, but eventually you will have a list of users that have the images you need. This is how I ended up finding good graphics for my sales page that all seemed to go together.

Tip #3: Save Your Favorites for Later

I am always running into images I love, but that aren’t a good fit for what I am currently working on. Don’t scroll past them! I can’t tell you how many times I have tried to go back and find an image, and it took hours of searching before I remembered what keyword I originally used.

Save your favorites! Pixabay allows you to do this easily by just clicking the heart – without ever having to click on the image. I’m sure other free imaging sites have a similar function.

This saves time, and gets you a good collection of images to use for various projects.

Helpful? No? Medium helpful? Okay I’ll take it!

PLR Tips: 3 Ways to Use This Grain-Free Diet Prewritten Content

Yesterday, I released my weekly bundle on Grain-Free Diets. One of the great things about this topic is that not only will it work when you want to talk about the benefits of cutting out grains from your diet, but there are some other ways to use the content.

I have come up with 3 options for you:

  1. Combine the Articles with Gluten-Free, Paleo, or Low-Carb Content

While grain-free is not the same thing as being gluten-free or Paleo, there are some definite similarities. You can pick and choose some of the articles about grain-free and mix them in with your Paleo or gluten-free content.

If you have a blog that talks a lot about Paleo or Keto (and other low-carb) diets, your readers already don’t eat grains because they aren’t allowed. By delving deeper into the grain-free trend, you are giving them even more benefits of remaining on one of those types of dieting lifestyles.

  1. Get Subscribers with the Report, Then Keep Them Engaged with the Emails and Blog Posts

This is one of the reasons why I love doing bundles with a report and articles – there are so many options! My favorite combination is to use the report as your opt-in to get subscribers by giving it away for free when people sign up, then using the articles as both emails and blog posts.

Split up the articles so that about half of them are email topics, where you give them some info in your autoresponders, then direct them to read more about the topic on your blog. Once they get to your blog, you can then start promoting products related to the content.

  1. Create an eBook About Going Grain-Free

Since you are getting 15 articles along with a 5-page report, you have enough to put them together into an eBook. It will just take a little tweaking to get all the content in the right order. I would start with the report content if you intend to use it, because that is a good overview of grain-free diets. Then start adding in some articles until you reach the desired number of words or pages.

This can either be a larger, more in-depth opt-in or content upgrade, or you can sell it right on your blog.

I hope these ideas helped! Get the Grain-Free Diets PLR bundle here 

 

Behind-the-Scenes: How I Brainstorm My PLR Launches

 

Now that my Natural Skincare PLR Special has been released, I can finally show you how I chose the topics to go into this bundle.

I remember I was taking notes just like I do for everything, whether it is a “launch” or a small store pack, and when I was done I was like.. I should show this to someone. Because I’m curious if it makes any sense, and if other people work things out like this.

I am still a big fan of actual writing. I don’t take many notes digitally just because it’s a bit of a pain going back and forth between tabs and screens. It is SO much easier to just jot notes down on paper and look back on it.

I might be alone in this..

One last warning before we start – When I am trying to write fast, my chicken scratch game is strong. I can write pretty if I want to, but most of the time, my natural handwriting is kind of this lazy cursive/non-cursive hybrid.

I also apologize for how long this is..

How I Brainstorm a PLR Launch – From Keywords to the Funnel Layout

You will learn a few things about me and my process from the pictures below. 1. My handwriting is terrible. 2. I have no patience – I just want it down so I can keep going and not mess up my focus. 3. I like to change my mind a lot (look at the funnel in the last section, I completely changed the second upsell). 4. I almost never know what direction I’m going until I’m there.

1. Coming Up with the Main Topic

I don’t really have much to say about how I choose the main topic, which would be natural skincare in this example. The reason is because it constantly changes. Sometimes, it is a highly requested topic. Other times, I know it’s trending. I might just be really interested in writing it (like the bullet journaling PLR), or I haven’t seen it done yet (also the bullet journaling one).

You’re welcome for how helpful I’m sure that was.

2. Choosing Notes and Keywords

Once I know what the main topic is going to be, I start jotting down notes, keywords, anything I can think of or find. This often starts with just stuff already in my mind. That’s not unusual since before choosing a main topic, you will usually do some cursory research just to make sure there is enough out there to write about it (that hasn’t already been done to death).

You will see some different areas of words, keywords, sub-topics, etc in the image below. This is always how I start taking notes for anything I release.

 

3. How I Write Them Down

Another thing you will notice is that as I am writing keywords down, I tend to put them into different categories. It is SO confusing when you just have a long list of words, and have to try to puzzle piece them together into different areas to come up with something that makes sense.

So, as I am doing research or looking for inspiration, I will kind of separate them as I think of ideas. It is impossible not to see an idea like “natural treatments for rosacea” and not think “oh, maybe I should cover all the different skin conditions”. That is kind of what you get a glimpse of in these pictures.

 

4. Looking for PLR-Worthy Topics

Once I fill up a page – or run out of ideas (whichever comes first honestly), I start to look for patterns and inspiration. This is when I start putting the funnel together, by at least deciding what might work as an eBook, what should be a report, which topics might be better at articles.

That is what you see me working on in the image below.

I put an X next to topics I had already covered in other natural skincare PLR products in my store, stars next to the topics I liked the most, and squares around report and eBook ideas.

5. Planning Out the Funnel

And of course the last step is to put it all together. I do have a “template” for these bigger launches that I started with the bullet journaling one, so that at least gives me something to work off for the front end (FE) and the one-time offer (OTO). The second OTO is basically optional, and I always use current products for the downsell (DS).

I knew for the FE I wanted an eBook topic, report, articles, so I started with that. I filled in the lines as needed, and moved onto the OTO. I did change a few things around as will almost always happen, and the OTO2 never happened obviously..

Why am I showing you this?! For fun. Because I can. In case you were looking for ways to brainstorm your own content. For fun.

-Jenn

 

 

Do You Have to Edit Your PLR?

 

This blog post is going to address a common question: do you need to edit and customize the PLR you purchase, before you add it to your blog?

The short answer? No. 

When you get private label rights to content (at least mine), I have only a few simple rules. Don’t sell it to anyone else or give them the rights, and don’t put my name on it. How you choose to use it beyond that is completely up to you.

So why edit or customize the PLR? There are a few reasons.

  1. It needs to be relevant to your blog or list. I write in a casual, conversational tone with all of my PLR. That may work perfectly for your blog posts, but you might also want to add a little to it. Perhaps you change some of the wording to first person, add in your own links, or completely change some of the content to be in your own voice. Totally up to you!

Personalizing the PLR is also what is going to make you stand out as an authority on the topic.

Think about when you personally look something up on Google or whichever search engine you prefer. You probably find similar information on more than one website or blog, but you have reasons for choosing one or the other to read.

Why?

Sometimes it is a matter of recognizing the sources, but a lot of times it is how the content is written and represented.

  1. You don’t want to get dinged by search engines. I am no internet traffic expert, my experience is in coming up with topics and writing content. But from what I know, if your content is exactly the same from beginning to end as someone else’s (like someone else who used the PLR and didn’t edit it at all), you might get dinged for duplicate content.

This is also why I encourage people to buy exclusive or limited PLR when they can. With less competition, there is a lot less editing that needs to be done.

Are you short on time and need to get the content out ASAP? Try this. 

I know it’s not always possible to do a lot of customizing or rewriting of PLR, which is probably why you choose prewritten content in the first place. But just because you are customizing it for your own needs, does NOT mean you are practically rewriting the entire thing.

It is more about tweaking the content to work for you. 

If it were me and I was short on time, this is what I would do first:

  1. Change the Title – This should only take a few minutes, depending on how unique you want your title to be. But I highly recommend at least changing the blog post title to something that is either more relevant to your blog, or just different what was the original PLR title is.
  2. Rewrite the Intro (or at least first few sentences) – I know intros are tough – in fact, I write them last because they are harder for me to write than the rest of the article. BUT, you don’t have to change the entire thing. At the very least, write your own opening sentence in a blog post or email that relates to you and your blog. It will be a much more personal introduction to the content for your readers.
  3. Write My Own Conclusion– If it were my blog, I would also want to add my own closing paragraph. This might include a link to another related blog post, reminding them to sign up for your email list, or just providing another tips or two related to the topic. Make it personal!
  4. Change the Subheadings– I like to break up my content with subheadings because content is much easier to read that way. You can very easily change them, which is a super fast way to make the content more unique to you.

With just those few things, you have spent maybe 5-10 minutes on editing the content, and can post it on your blog or send your email, and you’re good to go!

I hope this helped answer your question. Let me know if you need any help!

Jenn

 

Earn More Money From Your Blog With PLR Cheat Sheets

 

Jenn here from Health & Wellness PLR. Today, I want to talk to you about using cheat sheets, specifically when you buy cheat sheets as PLR – or prewritten content. These cheat sheets come with private label rights, allowing you to customize them with your own information, but keep you from having to create them from scratch.

Keep reading to find out what cheat sheets are and how to use them for your blog. I also have some awesome ones for you if you are interested in adding content about natural skincare.

What is a Cheat Sheet?

Cheat sheets are essentially fact sheets that provide brief, summarized information of the topic. They become an easy reference for anyone that just wants to look up basic info about a topic without actually reading through a long article or report.

I like to think of them as a bigger version of an infographic – they are very similar, except cheat sheets are usually a page or so long as a document, while infographics are smaller and for visual purposes.

 

5 Ways to Use Cheat Sheets – How to Use PLR Cheat Sheets to Earn More Money From Your Blog

I highly recommend buying cheat sheets as PLR whenever you can. These provide good templates to start with and all the essential information, but they are always editable, so you can add in your own customization, change the wording, and add your own logos or graphics.

Here are my 5 tips for using PLR cheat sheets:

Tip #1: Use Them as a Free Opt-in Gift – Everyone wants more subscribers, right? You can create a new opt-in page on your blog or site that uses the cheat sheet as incentive. Give it away for free when they sign up for your list.

Tip #2: Give it Away to Your List – If you want to tell your current subscribers about the new content you have on your blog, whether it is a series of blog posts about skincare, or you want to send them to your report or eBook opt-in page, you can give the cheat sheet (s) away as content upgrade.

This gets them to open up your email, and become more interested in the topic.

Tip #3: Create Infographics for Social Media – When you buy cheat sheets that are less than a page long (like the skin condition fact sheets here), they are perfect for converting into infographics.

Once they are turned into graphics, you can then share them on social media, and have them linking to your landing or opt-in pages, or just blog posts about natural skincare products you are trying to promote.

Tip #4: Add Them to eBooks or Reports – Do you want to customize the natural skincare reports or eBooks you just purchased? You can insert one or multiple cheat sheets into this content to make it more unique and increase the length.

I think the skin condition cheat sheets I have in my skincare upgrade PLR package would be perfect for this. You could use each one as a chapter image, since there are 5 chapters in the eBook about these skin conditions.

Tip #5: Promote Products with the Cheat Sheets – Regardless of which method you choose, don’t forget to customize the cheat sheets with your own information, and add affiliate links.

Each one of them mentions products, especially with the first cheat sheet you get (see it here), where you can link to the products mentioned and get some affiliate sales while also providing a valuable resource.

My Natural Skincare Cheat Sheets – All Ready For You to Customize!

In my most recent PLR package, Natural Skincare PLR Special, I have 1 cheat sheet created in the main prewritten content package, with another 5 in the upgrade offer. Here is a preview of these cheat sheets so you get an idea of what they look like:

Choosing Natural Skincare Products – This is the cheat sheet I created for the main product here. This entire PLR package is all about switching to more natural, toxic-free products for skincare and beauty, so I put together a super handy cheat sheet that covers the following:

Toxic Ingredients to Avoid
Derivatives and Preservatives
Natural Skincare Products
Drugstore Natural Skincare Brands
Additional Tips

Skin Condition Fact Sheets – Then for the upgrade here, which is about chronic and common skin conditions, I included 5 fact sheets about each skin condition I covered, which are rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, acne, and seborrheic dermatitis. These have the following sections:

What the Skin Condition is
The Risk Factors
Common Triggers
What it Looks Like
How to Manage it

I hope this helped you understand prewritten cheat sheets a little better! They are a great tool for earning more from your blog, whether you are selling content packages, getting more subscribers, or promoting products with them.

Jenn

How I Created a PLR Report from Articles

 

I recently released a new PLR pack in the store about Perfectionism, and thought this was the perfect opportunity to show you exactly how I turn articles into a report. I have done this for you in the pack, but now you will also know how to do it yourself for other packs. Specifically, how to choose which articles to include in the report, and in what order.

Step #1: Look at the List of Articles

This is obvious. You need to know what articles you are working with, read the titles thoroughly, and start to work on an order that makes sense to you. With a report, you really want it to flow nicely, from one section or chapter to the next. This is why it is important to get that order right.

Below is an image of the text document I provide when I create PLR packs. This is a list of the articles included – and the word counts. Knowing the word counts also helps, because if you have articles especially short or long, you might want to combine them or break them up.

 

Step #2: Figure Out a Good Order for the Report

As you can see, the articles don’t really follow a specific sequence, so you want to switch them up so that they work in a report. What I like to do is first copy and paste the same list of articles beneath the original list, then move them around that way. I only do this so that I can keep the original document intact. You don’t have to 🙂

This image below shows how I copy/paste the list.

 

I then decided to rearrange them a little bit. Looking at the list of articles, I tried to figure out how I wanted my report to begin. For the topic of Perfectionism, I decided the first section of the report should give some background/general info of what it is, then go into the different tips for living as a perfectionist.

This is why I chose the “Your Views of Perfectionism and How They Affect You” article. It made sense to me that this would first show them why it can be hard to deal with. A good opener for the report. Then I went with the “Signs You Might Be a Perfectionist” next, as it provides a good flow to the next phase of understanding perfectionism.

Here is the final order I went with. You can see the original articles list on top, and my new list for the report on the bottom.

Step #3: Setting Up Your Report

Now that you know the order of your articles, you can create your report. This is actually a lot easier than it might seem! You are simply copy/pasting, then editing the content to be unique.

The first thing I do is open a new text document and number the sections of the report, which is the articles we just arranged. Here is what that looks like:

 

This is how I set up most reports:

  1. Open up each article document. I like to open them up in the order of how they are going in the report, but it’s not necessary.
  2. Create a new document for the report. Add the list of articles we just made, number them, and bold them so they are easy to see.
  3. Copy and paste each article under the corresponding section header. Make sure you double-check that it is going in the right place.
  4. Edit the content. Before formatting the report, you want to edit the content to be unique. You can do this with each individual article before putting them into a report, but I find it easier to work with the report as a whole. Here are some tips for editing your PLR content.
  5. Finish formatting the report and add images. When I provide you guys with reports, I don’t usually add images, but I often provide royalty-free images that would go good with that content. You can either use these or find your own. It is great to have images for your readers as it keeps them engaged.

The following image shows you what my final report ended up looking like. You will also get it when you buy the Perfectionism PLR pack as a free bonus I included.

 

Have any questions? Let me know! I’m happy to help.

 

More Bonuses Added for the Healthy Eating Social Posters

Hey guys!

Yesterday I told you about the new Healthy Eating Social Posters PLR package Darren Ross just launched, which already comes with 5 awesome bonuses, but I wanted to provide you with some related content from my store as well.

I know. I have a serious problem with giving stuff away. But – to your benefit right?

Before I get into the additional bonuses, the answer is YES – if you bought this through my link yesterday, the new bonuses will be available to you! Just go to your JVZoo account, look at your purchases, click on the Healthy Eating Social Posters, and scroll down to the bonus area. You should see my bonus there for you to download.

As a reminder, you get the following with this package:

100 Healthy Eating Quote Posters
Excel Spreadsheet With Quotes
Front End Sales Page
Sales Video
Social Swipes Kit
Camtasia Video Project File
Setup Guide

And the 5 bonuses already included by using my link are:

1. 100 Healthy Eating Stock Images
2. 25 Healthy Eating PLR Articles
3. 6 Social Media Poster Banner Ads
4. Healthy Eating Book
5. Healthy Eating Infographics

My NEW Bonuses

Now for the fun part! I have added 5 PLR products from my store that I think would go perfect for the Healthy Eating niche, 3 of which are bundles. This is a lot of content for you to use with your new social posters.

You will get 75 pages of content in total, valued at $90. The bonuses include:

Bonus #1. Clean Eating PLR Pack (here)

This is a PLR pack with 10 high-quality articles on the following topics:

1. The Basics of Clean Eating (454 words)
2. How Clean Eating Cooking is Different (441 words)
3. Tips for Transitioning to a Clean Eating Diet (406 words)
4. How to Eat Out With Clean Eating (466 words)
5. Clean Eating as a Vegetarian (482 words)
6. Tips for Saving Money on Clean Eating (454 words)
7. Quick and Easy Clean Eating Breakfasts (424 words)
8. Simple Clean Eating Lunches (438 words)
9. Filling and Healthy Clean Eating Dinners (513 words)
10. Clean Eating Desserts (408 words)

Bonus #2. Nutrition PLR Pack (here)

With this bonus, you get the following 5 article topics:

1. Foods That Help Your Digestion (416 words)
2. Why You Should Cut Back On Sugar (430 words)
3. The Most Versatile Fruits and Veggies (486 words)
4. Health Benefits of Goji Berries (427 words)
5. Ways to Add More Grains to Your Diet (412 words)

Bonus #3. Growing Your Own Food PLR Bundle (here)

The Growing Your Own Food PLR bundle is extremely popular. It is a big bundle with the following:

15 Articles
5-Page Report
Report Cover
15 Images
15 Tweets
15 Facebook Posts

Bonus #4. Healthy Meal Planning PLR Bundle (here)

You are also getting another super popular PLR bundle from my store about healthy meal planning. This bundle has:

15 Articles
5-Page Report
Report Cover
15 Images
15 Tweets
15 Facebook Posts

Bonus #5. Fall Superfoods PLR Bundle (New-ish!) (here)

If you didn’t grab my Fall Superfoods PLR Bundle a couple weeks ago, now is your chance! This bundle includes:

15 Articles
5-Page Report
3 Report Covers
15 Royalty-Free Images
15 Social Media Posts

>>Click Here to Get the Social Posters Bundle With The Previous 5 Bonuses AND My 5 New Bonuses<<