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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.


New PLR in the Store: Fatty Liver Disease Prewritten Articles



Get 10 brand new pre-written articles all about fatty liver disease.

Now that I live with my sister, I get to watch whatever she is interested in. That means a lot of reality shows. But also – she loves Dr. Oz. While I am not a huge fan of ‘talk shows’, I do like that he tends to cover trending topics in health. Which is how I learned about fatty liver disease.

If you are interested in adding a hot, trending health topic to your blog or letting your subscribers know about it, I highly recommend this one.

This PLR pack comes with the following 10 article topics:

1. Types of Fatty Liver Disease (402 words)
2. How is Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Different? (420 words)
3. Signs You Have Fatty Liver Disease (437 words)
4. Foods to Clean Out Your Liver (420 words)
5. Lifestyle Changes for Managing This Disease (406 words)
6. Superfoods to Help With Fatty Liver (416 words)
7. What to Avoid if You Have Fatty Liver Disease (414 words)
8. Detox Drinks for Your Fatty Liver (444 words)
9. Herbs to Clean Out Your Liver (454 words)
10. Low-Carb Tips for a Fatty Liver (400 words)

Ways to Use This Pack

When you are working with pre-written articles, I find them to be the most versatile. You of course can leave them as articles and post as blog posts to your blog, but you also have some other options. I think these work great as:

Autoresponders – Teach your list all about fatty liver disease, while also including some promotional links in each email. You can also split these up into 5 autoresponders, and 5 blog posts.

Opt-in Report – The PLR articles can also be put into a report. Each article is a little over 400 words, which is the perfect length for each page of a report. You can do a 10-page report very easily, or longer if you decide to use images.

Part of a Larger eBook – If you want to expand on this topic, you can also do a longer eBook. If you want to do an eBook, I would do one all about liver health, then have fatty liver disease just one chapter in your book.

What Can You Promote?

I know this question is going to come up, so I thought I would address it now. The good thing about the topic of fatty liver disease is that most of the treatments are related to changing your diet, drinking water, exercising, and using herbs. Here is a small list of the many things you can promote:

  • Digital and physical books on liver health, dieting, exercise, or weight loss
  • Water infusing cups and pitchers
  • Herbs and supplements
  • Blenders, juicers, and cooking appliances for healthy eating
  • Exercise accessories and equipment

Grab the Fatty Liver Disease PLR pack here.


My Morning Routine for Better Productivity | Health & Wellness PLR


Earlier this month, I wrote an email about how I have been boosting my productivity lately. This also happens to be one of my favorite things to talk about, aside from food and dogs and also food. You can read the email here if you missed it.

To be completely honest with you, I have become a little obsessed with productivity. I like to push myself and see how much I can actually do during a typical work day. I feel like if I wrote 20 pages yesterday, I should be able to write 21 today. That seems logical, right? I don’t seem to have a firm grasp on how time works and that you don’t just get more of it as long as you’re motivated 😉

I have also discovered that I am a glutenous person. I always have to have more, more, more. I need to do more and earn more and write more. While it can be frustrating sometimes, it definitely keeps me on track (mostly).

Did I have a point? Yes. My morning routine.

As I mentioned in that email, I have started a new morning routine. I originally did it completely on a whim because I heard someone talk about The Miracle Morning book by Hal Elrod. I love me a good self-help book and almost never do what they tell me, so I figured why not continue the tradition?

I don’t do everything he tells you to do – which is basically to start a new morning routine for happiness, success, etc. I’m so good at book reviews, you guys. But it did encourage me to try some new things in the morning.

It used to take me forever to just get going in the morning. While I can technically work any time of day, I do best in the morning. I have somehow turned into a complete morning person where I’m awake and alert immediately, even before coffee.

I know. Freak.

So, to get the most done, I have figured out I need to start working pretty much immediately after taking the dogs out. This is what my current morning routine (for productivity) looks like:

The dogs wake me up at roughly 4am. Yeah. No, you read it right. FOUR in the morning. I take them out, then climb back into bed. This is where I used to go back to sleep until 8-ish, but now I stay up. And this is where my morning routine really starts.

I have 10 minutes of meditation. When I say ‘meditation’, I mean, ‘sitting quietly with my eyes closed, while focusing hard on not focusing on anything and threatening myself to stop thinking about work for 5 damn minutes’. It’s a work in progress.

Does it help? I don’t know. I still do it though. Plus, this combined with breathing exercises are supposed to help with my anxiety.

Next up is journaling. I love journaling. I love writing about it. I love doing it. I love starting new journals, getting about 1/3 of the way through them, then throwing them in a box so I can start a new one. That must be how sports people feel when they get new sports things. I clearly know a lot about sports.

I don’t set a specific time for this. It basically has become my ‘brain dump’, as one of my lovely subscribers put it (thank you!). Anything that is on my mind, good or bad, stressful or not, I write down. Some mornings I complain to my journal and force it to listen to my petulant whining. Other days, I start the day feeling hopeful and excited about work, so it’s all about what my next steps are in my business.

This is probably one of the best things I do that helps get me ready for the day.

Then I work on my to-do list for the day. Sometimes I combine this with my journal, but not always. I might talk about what I want to do for the day in the journal, but I need a more structured list to get everything done. DO IT. Seriously. If you don’t currently work off a to-do list, how in the world do you get anything done?!

If I could be best friends with things that aren’t people, it would be journals and to-do lists. Put it together however you want. Use pen and paper, write it in your planner, use Evernote or just a notepad on your computer. I am personally a fan of OneNote, because I can access it anywhere I have Microsoft Office.

Here is a sneak peak at my Saturday to-do list:

I put X in place of some of the titles of work I’m doing since it’s not all for my store (I still do ghostwriting on occasion), but you get an idea of what a typical weekend to-do list looks like for me.

*Note: I usually have a separate list for daily stuff like workouts, errands, etc. This is just my work to-do list.

Lastly, I do my morning workout. The final part of my morning routine is my workout, since after that I will take a shower, grab another cup of coffee, and then start work for the day. Depending on the day, it might be a short, 10-minute yoga workout, going to the harbor for a 3-mile walk, or just some bodyweight exercises when I’m pressed for time (planks, lunges, squats, burpees).

It’s hard to get my ass up and do the actual workout, but I always feel better afterward. It gives me energy for the day, plus if I get super lazy in the afternoon, I know I at least did something good for my body that day. And if it raises my metabolism, then cool. I love bonus health.

How long does it take? From start to finish, my morning routine can range from 1-2 hours. There are a lot of factors involved, like how long it takes me to actually get out of bed, how long my workout is, and whether or not I accidentally fell asleep during meditation (it happens often).

I started doing this just to get a better routine and schedule going, but in the process, I figured out it does wonders for my productivity. As you can see from my to-do list, I work a lot. And that’s a weekend list. I do more during the week. If what you’re doing right now isn’t working for you, why are you still doing it?! I ask myself that question often, usually when I’m crying about being fat with a donut in my mouth, but that’s beside the point.

I hope this helped. And if it didn’t, were you at least moderately entertained?




3 Ways to Turn These Fitness PLR Articles Into a Report




I have written blog posts before about turning a PLR report into articles or blog posts (like this one), but I haven’t gone the other direction. I wanted to show you some different ways you can take a list of articles and turn it into a report. I am going to use a specific bundle from my store so that you can see how I came up with these ideas. They will of course be different depending on which set of articles you are using.

My PLR bundle Exercising With Injuries includes 20 PLR articles, which you can definitely use as blog posts or turn some into an autoresponder series. However, you might want to use some of these as a report so you can have a really cool opt-in or upgrade offer.

The following tips are going to give you 3 different options for turning some of these articles into a report.

Option #1: Choose One Type of Exercise For the Report

The first way to combine some of these articles into a report is to choose just one type of exercise you want to cover. Select an exercise that is used in multiple articles for people with injuries, and put them together into a report. For example, swimming is mentioned in 5 different articles. This happens to be the perfect amount for a 5-page report!

The following 5 PLR articles mention swimming as a good exercise for injuries:

  1. Swimming Can Help Most Injuries
  2. Workouts That Are Easy on Your Back
  3. Find New Workouts You Can Do
  4. How to Exercise With an Ankle Injury
  5. Easy Workouts to Get You Moving Again

You can choose what order you want to put them in, and don’t forget to customize the articles so that they are unique for your report. When you are using PLR, you should always change the title, sections, and make some tweaks in the content as well. For these, I would change the titles of each article so that they make sense as ‘sections’ of the report.

Option #2. Choose One Type of Injury to Cover in the Report

Another good option is to choose one type of injury you want to talk about. This might include articles that mention exercising with a knee injury or a hurt back. If you want to go with ankle injuries, these 5 articles all mention this type of injury:

  1. Stretches For Leg and Ankle Injuries
  2. How to Exercise With an Ankle Injury
  3. Seated Workouts You Should Try
  4. Easy Workouts to Get You Moving Again
  5. How to Know When You’re Ready to Exercise

For a different PLR bundle or pack of articles, just look through the list of titles and see which ones seem to go together. That is how I got this idea.

Option #3: Put All of the Injuries Together

For a longer report, you can go a different direction and create a report that mentions different types of injuries. This can be a report that gives your list options for exercising with injuries, where each section covers a different type of injury.

Here are some articles in this bundle that goes over specific injuries:

  1. Exercises That Are Gentle on Your Hips
  2. Exercising With a Hand or Wrist Injury
  3. Fitness Routine to do With a Shoulder Injury
  4. How to Exercise With an Ankle Injury
  5. How to Workout With an Elbow Injury
  6. Keep Exercising Even With a Knee Injury
  7. Workouts That Are Easy on Your Back

For this report, I would title each section with just the type of injury. So, if your report was something like ‘Tips For Exercising With Injuries’, I would title the sections ‘Ankle Injury’, ‘Elbow Injury’, ‘Knee Injury’, etc.

I hope this helped you understand how you can take a long list of articles and turn them into a report 🙂 Let me know if you have any questions!



Top PLR Sites



Hello Friends! Here are some of my personal recommendations for buying PLR. I want everyone to have the content they need, so if you can’t find what you need here in my store, there are lots of other great places to get it!

All of these I personally vouch for as they consistently produce quality PLR content. Plus, lots of them have free PLR, so yay!

Niche Starter Packs – Mixed PLR Topics, including Family, Parenting, Health

Recommended PLR:

Superfoods PLR

Weight Loss Report PLR

Gardening For Depression


BuyPLRTodayHealth, Lifestyle, Self Improvement, Business

Recommended PLR:

Journal PLR Pack

Health Fit Club Membership

Slow Cooker PLR Articles


KitchenBloggersCooking, Recipes, Includes Professional Recipe Photos

Recommended PLR:

Juicing For Better Health

Mega Food PLR Pack

Monthly Food and Photo Club


MasterPLRHealth, Wellness, and Beauty

Recommended PLR:

Low Carb Diet PLR Pack

Monthly PLR Membership

Essential Oils PLR Package


Tribe BloomHealth, Dieting, Fitness, Includes Video and Audio

Recommended PLR:

Yoga PLR

All Access Pass

Free Weekly Social Graphics


BuyHealthPLRHealth, Wellness, Dieting, Fitness, Mental Health

Recommended PLR:

Gluten Free PLR Pack

Body Detox PLR

Migraine Mega PLR


List MagnetsBusiness, Social Media, Health, Self Help

Recommended PLR:

Secrets to a Healthier You

Meditation For Focus

12 Daily Habits


WholeFoodPLRWhole food, Keto, Paleo Diets

Recommended PLR:

Paleo For Weight Loss

Whole Food Basics

Paleo For Beginners


Content ShortcutsMultiple Topics, Including Health, Family, Toys, LIfestyle, Business

Recommended PLR:

Clean Eating For Normal People

Relaxation For Stress Relief

Core Fitness Challenge Mega Pack


Piggy Makes BankHealth, Food, Multiple Topics

Recommended PLR:

Preserving the Harvest PLR

Lean Protein For Weight Loss

Sugar Detox PLR


My 10 Rules For Better Productivity



This blog post originally started as an email about productivity, but then suddenly I was looking at 1,350 words and not entirely sure how I managed to pull it off without watching 7 YouTube videos, posting on Twitter 4 times, reading emails I don’t care about, looking to see what is on Hulu today, and playing a 4-hour round of fetch with my dogs.

But guess what? I mastered productivity.. most days. There are definitely days when I find myself staring at a blank document for 3 hours, not sure where the time went.

Well.. if we’re being honest, I know where it went. I was using my phone at the time, watching YouTube videos that started innocently enough, but somehow got me into the video rabbit hole where I went from a tutorial on making images with Canva, to a dog that knows how to surf.

It happens.

But I do try. Most days I succeed, even if I have checked Pinterest one too many times that day and don’t finish my writing goals until an hour before I was supposed to be waking up the next day.

That happens too.

So far, I am really selling myself on these tips! But seriously, they DO help. I have been ghostwriting and content writing and whatever-writing for about 10 years, so I have learned through trial and error. I know how to write an article in 6-8 minutes by the methods I have picked up, and I can tell when it is going to be a day where I really need to remind myself of these rules just to get it all done.

These are not rules I live by every single day, but they are more like.. suggestions. Things I try my best to follow as often as I can in order to get everything done.

1. Close the Browser Completely While You Write. I have gone back and forth on this, but I have learned that having any access to the internet is just not helpful. It’s too tempting. “Just checking Facebook real quick” always turns into anywhere between 10 minutes and 7 hours. So, I get all my brainstorming and research done, outline my articles/blog posts/reports, then close the browser completely. I have an old POS computer, so opening up a browser just to check my email is way too much trouble. Sometimes you have to trick yourself.

2. Turn On a Timer For 1-3 Hour Blocks. This isn’t some magical tool or a big mystery. A lot of people do it, especially freelancers and business owners who don’t have a boss walking behind their cubicle every 30 minutes, pretending they are picking up yet another fax (but is probably just a blank piece of paper they faxed to themself), but really are just reminding you to get back to work.

The reason I don’t go over 3 hours at a time is because I need to give my hands a break, and my dogs don’t hold their pee as well as I do.

So i set my timer, and during that block of time, I am not allowed to do anything else but write. There is some kind of weird voodoo witch magic that happens when you know you’re being timed. It is really hard not to work.

3. Take a Break At Least Every 3 Hours. This is how my day goes: I do all my brainstorming, to-do lists, researching, and outlining during the first hour or so of my day. Then when it is “writing time”, I set the timer, close the browser, and write. Every time the timer goes off, I stop working, take the dogs out, and grab a snack.  Sure, let’s say it’s a healthy snack and definitely not a pint of ice cream.

4. Time Your Breaks. I have learned this the hard way. I have had many days where my first block of writing went great, I took my break, innocently turned on Netflix, then suddenly I have watched the entire first season of Westworld.

Oops. That was a LONG break. So I now time my breaks as well. I typically turn on a timer on my phone for 10-15 minutes per break. But only after my dog’s potty break. It’s not my fault if they don’t like that grass or that one or that one.

*Fun fact: They rarely choose the grass, but find the sidewalk to be oddly satisfying.

5. I Said No Internet. Turn Off Your Damn Phone. Okay, so I’m not perfect. I know how to trick myself into doing something I know I shouldn’t do, but can still get away with. Sure, my browser is off and I’m totally not checking the internet. But you didn’t say anything about your phone, me. I sometimes have to catch myself and not just turn the phone on vibrate, but put it on silent, and place it face-down inside the washing machine because I have no self control.

6. Write it Down, Then Move On. I have this problem where my brain can’t seem to focus on just one thing. It may look like I am writing a PLR article, but really I am writing a PLR article, deciding what to eat for dinner, thinking about the book I’m currently reading, naming my imaginary first born, decorating every room of the house I don’t own, and practicing the speech for the novel prize I fully intend to win when I turn 112 and finally get around to that novel I’m going to write. But also writing an article. It’s a serious problem, you guys.

So I have a notebook next to me where I jot down whatever I am thinking about, then get back to work.

7. Multi-Tasking Isn’t Helpful. STOP IT. Okay, so here’s the thing. Multi-tasking, when it comes to certain things, is total crap. Stop doing it. Seriously. Yeah, multi-tasking when it comes to cleaning the bathroom while you have a load of laundry in the washer is awesome. You have just done 2 very productive, adult things at one time. But with writing and various other work projects, it doesn’t help.

This is what happens to me. Say I have 4 different writing projects to get done today. I say.. oh, well I’ll just go back and forth, so I get a little done from each one. I won’t get bored, and I’m making a dent in each one. So I write an article for my bundle, and then a blog post for my launch, and then I create an image for my store. I keep going back and forth like this. But usually what this results in is constantly having to shift my focus from one thing to another. That shift in focus breaks up your routine and actually makes everything take a lot longer. 

8. No Sleep Until You Get it DONE. This is something I turned into a rule for myself when I kept doing the “I’ll get it done tomorrow” dance. You know the one. It’s 10pm and you’re tired and in bed, and it’s just 5 more articles, so why not just write them in the morning? You add it to tomorrow’s goals, but then that means you have more to do, so you have 10 leftover that night. It keeps going until it is Sunday and suddenly you are 75 pages behind.

So I have a rule (I mostly kinda stick to) where I don’t go to sleep until the writing for that day is done.

9. You Can Have Time Off When You Meet Your Goals. Since I know myself and that I’m not going to stick to rule #8 every time, I made up rule #9. If there are weeks where I have put off a little too much work and have leftover writing to do on Friday, I force myself to work the weekend. It is supposed to encourage me to do more during the week to get things done so I can have days off. Realistically, the last time I had a day off, Donald Trump was still a… (enter your own punchline here).

10. Coffee is Allowed On Your Diet. 

So now that you have all my secrets (and excuses), you can get to work. Your break is over.

Top Fertility-Related Amazon Products to Promote



I just added a new PLR pack to the store all about Boosting Fertility, so I thought I would give you some products recommendations you can promote. While all links included here are for Amazon products, many of them can be found at other retailers with their own affiliate programs.

All products listed are perfect to go with this PLR pack, but also just to promote fertility and infertility content in general. It includes a combination of products for men and women, those who are just starting to conceive, and couples having difficulty getting pregnant.


Vitamins, Herbs, and Supplements

Fertilaid For Women

Fertilaid For Men

Organic Fertility Tea

First Response Multivitamin

Vitex Fertility Tea

Maca For Fertility

Nature Made Folic Acid


Conception Tools

Clearblue Fertility Monitor

Pre-seed Personal Lubricant

Clearblue Ovulation Tests

Fertility Aromatherapy Candle

Kimmidol Fertility Doll

Basal Body Thermometer


Fertility Books and Tests

Restoring Fertility

Making Babies

Taking Charge of Your Fertility

SpermCheck Fertility Test For Men


These are not affiliate links.

How to Find a Writer to Customize Your PLR



Private label rights (PLR) provides an excellent opportunity for adding high-quality content to your blog, website, or email newsletters, without actually having to write it yourself. However, while you are not researching and writing the articles, you still need to do some editing. This is often referred to as customizing the PLR, since you are putting some of it in your own voice and editing certain sections so that it is unique and does not appear plagiarized.

If you are not comfortable with customizing the PLR yourself, you can hire a writer to do it for you. Here are some tips for looking for a good writer that you can trust to deliver quality results.

Know Where to Look

To start with, you need to know where to look for a good writer. My personal recommendation is to start with referrals, then begin looking elsewhere. Networking is really iportant with any business,and you might already know someone who is a writer themselves or knows a good one. Many freelance writers (myself included) rely heavily on these connections. When you decide to go elsewhere, I recommend the following resources:

Craigslist – I actually like Craigslist a lot, both for looking for freealncers and when I am looking for a writing job. It is free to use for this purpose, so you can either contact someone who has posted an ad about their writing services or post an ad yourself. If you are going to post your own ad, make sure you mention that they are editing or customizing PLR content. You want someone that knows what it is so they understand what type of writing and editing is required.

LinkedIn – LinkedIn is highly underreated, and I admit to not using it as often as I probably should. You can use it similar to other job boards where you pay to post an ad, or what I recommend is searching through profiles. Writers who are familiar with PLR probably use this keyword in their profile, so it should be easy enough to search.

Google Search – The trick with searching Google or any other search engine for a writer is knowing what keyword to use, otherwise you will be looking through millions of results. Try to think of a keyword a writer or editor might put on their website in order to get better search results and search that, but within “quotation marks”. This is going to give you results for that entire phrase, not just one or two words from the phrase. Here are some examples:

“plr writer”

“plr editor”

“writer available”

Use your imagination and really think outside the box when trying to find writers through a search engine.

Social Media – You can also use this same keyword system to search social media sites like Twitter and Facebook to find a writer that is experienced with PLR editing.

Ask to See Examples

Once you start searching for writers and editors to help customize your PLR, you will then need to begin the ‘interview’ process. To start with, you should ask for samples of their work. It is ideal when a writer has the original version of the document, then the edited version. Otherwise, just look to see examples of some writing they have done to get an idea of their overall writing style. If you choose to, you can also ask for references. This is really up to you and a personal preference. Another idea is to try them out by customizing just a few PLR articles, then deciding if they are a good fit. But make sure you pay them!

Pay Attention to the Signs

Whenever you are hiring a writer, there are certain signs to pay attention to. This applies for a writer that is writing your PLR from scratch or just customizing it. There are good and bad signs to consider. For example, some good signs are a writer who pays attention to detail, such as answering all questions you asked in your ad. Other good signs are someone who responds to you promptly and uses proper spelling and grammar in their response. They don’t need to be asked multiple times to provide certain types of samples.

Here are some red flags that you probably have not found the right person:

  • They don’t follow directions
  • They take too long to respond
  • You have to repeat the same question multiple times
  • They don’t understand what PLR is
  • Their samples show very minimal customizing
  • The individual has major spelling or grammatical errors in their communications or samples

Keep in mind for a writer who can rewrite some of your PLR, you don’t necessarily need someone that has done this type of work before, but they should at least understand what PLR is. If they just don’t seem to understand, it is going to be hard for them to understand how you want your PLR customized.

What Not to Do


As one final note, I wanted to remind you that you should always pay your PLR writers, even if they are submitting a custom sample to you. If you want to find out if a freelancer is up to the task and can customize PLR how you want it, it is okay to request a test sample, but you should still pay them for this. Never ask for them to do work you don’t intend to pay for, no matter how you word it.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions on the subject.

Just Added: Lifetime Membership to Health & Wellness PLR



Hello Friends,

As you can see, Health & Wellness PLR is growing fast and adding new content on a regular basis. I thought this was a great time to start a Lifetime Membership. It is going to give you the opportunity to get access to everything in the PLR store now and forever. Here is a look inside what you get.

What the Lifetime Membership Is

As you can see, Health & Wellness PLR is growing fast and adding new content on a regular basis. I thought this was a great time to start a Lifetime Membership. It is going to give you the opportunity to get access to everything in the PLR store now and forever. Here is a look inside what you get.

Perks of Buying the Lifetime Membership:

  • You don’t have to wait for products to go on sale to get access.
  • You never have to use another coupon code again.
  • Products are always available to you, with unlimited downloads.
  • Free PLR is also listed on the membership page, making it easier to access them.

Why Should You Buy the Lifetime Membership Pass?

Easy, you save money! And I mean a lot of money. It not only gives you access to everything in the store now, but everything I release in the future. If you have been a subscriber for a while, you know that i release content regularly, so it really is a major savings.

The membership includes the big weekly bundles and full-content funnels as well. The free PLR is also listed on the membership page, so don’t worry about adding those to your cart and going through the whole checkout process. It is easier to grab them when you have the membership.

The price will go up. Another important reason to buy the Lifetime Membership now is because the price is going to go up. This is an introductory price that is only available for a limited time, so you save more now than you ever will in the future.

The Lifetime Membership product page has an FAQ that should answer any questions you might have, but definitely let me know if there is anything else you are curious or confused about!


Is PLR a Fancy Word For Plagiarism?


Are you confused about the link between Private Label Rights (PLR) and using plagiarised content? If so, you’re not alone! There is a common misconception that when you use PLR for your own blog, website, email, or other purposes, it is “copied” content. However, that is only true if you use it incorrectly.

Understanding How to Use PLR

PLR is not meant to be content you buy, then publish right away without making any changes. It is a stepping stone to having unique, high-quality content that is customized according to your needs. Think of PLR like an outline with all of the research done for you. Now you take that content and re-work it, customize it, re-format it, and move all of the pieces around until they work best for you.

I have mentioned before how to properly customize your content, so that is a really good start. In that blog post, I mention using Copyscape or a similar program that will look for content that is already published. This program will run your content through an online database and find out if any of the content is too similar to something already published. If it is, then you know you need to work on it some more until it is unique.

When PLR Can Be Considered Plagiarism

Someone who is new to using content with rights they purchase, such as is the case with PLR, might confuse what the purpose is. They assume they are buying content that is ready to go. While in a sense, you could technically publish it as-is, you are taking a big risk that your site will get dinged for using duplicate content. That is the wrong way to use it.

This is why I recommend starting with basic editing of your PLR content, then running it through Copyscape. This lets you see exactly how much more needs to be changed to be unique, then you add in your customization. If anything comes up on Copyscape or another plagiarism program, then it could be considered plagiarism.

Not adding your own spin in order to customize the content is another big mistake that is made with PLR. Plagiarism, by definition, is using someone else’s work and passing it off on your own. I want you to use PLR you buy from me as a way to add valuable content, but in a way where it helps you succeed. Try to add some of your own voice when you are customizing it.

How to Use it the Right Way

Here are some tips for making sure you are using your PLR content correctly and getting good use out of it, without getting a plagiarism flag on your website or blog.

  • Always run the content through a plagiarism checker multiple times until it comes up as 100% unique
  • Edit the content so that you are changing words, phrases, complete sections, and subheadings
  • Always make sure the intro and conclusion is completely re-written
  • Customize your PLR content to fit your needs, as this is a great way to make it more unique

Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns about this topic!

5 Ways to Find Topics For Your Niche Site




When you have a niche blog or website, coming up with future blog posts is sometimes difficult to do. You want to make sure your blog posts are relevant, but also that they are going to be popular and shared often. Here are 5 easy ways to find more blog post ideas based on the topics that are trending now or in the near future.


I highly recommend using social media to find blog post topics because all of the latest trends are going to be talked about there. Sometimes it does take a little big of searching, but with the right methods, you can use it to your advantage. With Twitter, aside from just seeing what people you follow are talking about, I highly recommend checking out the Twitter Moments feature. This is a relatively new feature that shows all the topics talked about the most. Sometimes you need to be patient so you can get past all the news topics not relevant to your niche, but you can definitely find some good stuff there. Also try simply entering a hashtag for your niche and seeing what comes up.

Recycle Old Posts

If your niche blog has been around for a while, take a look at some of your older posts and see if you can write an updated version. There are a few ways you can do this.

  • Update the old post with new information that is trending today
  • Write a brand new post about the same subject, but from a new angle
  • Use old posts as inspiration for sub-topics you have yet to talk about on the blog

Local News Outlets

Looking through the news is by no means a new way of finding trending topics, but sometimes people don’t realize the potential that is there. I don’t recommend going to CNN or other major news websites, because they are going to be riddled with politics, finance, and a lot of other topics that might not fit within your niche. A better option is to find the sub-categories on the news website, particularly with your local newspaper. I live in San Diego, so I popped over to SanDiegoUnionTribune.com to see what was there. Instead of looking at the front page, I went to the categories, clicked on Lifestyle, and Home and Garden. There I noticed that two of the top stories were on growing mini roses and fall gardening. A quick Google search told me that when the weather gets cold, you can’t grow these roses outdoors, but there were resources one could use to write about growing mini roses indoors. There you have your next blog topic if you have a home and garden-type blog.

Other Blogs

I don’t generally recommend duplicating blog posts others have put out already since you want to be original, but blogs in your niche or related niches can provide the inspiration you are looking for. Check out websites that will list a lot of the recent blog posts so you can do a quick scan and look for what is most relevant to you. Bloglovin.com is one of my favorites to use since it is easy to add blogs or just browse through the latest posts.

My Own Life

Yes, I am one of those people that gets inspiration for topics from my own life. Not all topics I write about are directly related to things I have gone through, but I do like to use things I do and see, or people I know, as a way to guide me toward the next blog topic. When you start paying more attention to the environment and people around you, the ideas will never stop flowing.


Follow These Easy Tips For Formatting Your PLR




Once you have properly edited your PLR and made it unique, you then need to format it as a final step before sharing it with your readers or posting it on your blog. While formatting may seem like a simple task, it is an important detail you don’t want to overlook. These tips will help you get your PLR formatted, whether you are using PLR as a blog post or putting together a content upgrade report.

Be Consistent With Your Font

A really easy way to format your PLR is by making sure it is always consistent when it comes to the font. While you may have a different font style for your website than you do with a report you give out for free, the basic style should be as similar as possible. However, with content you are sending to your subscribers, like an eBook or report, try to use the same font style, color, and size for each of them. People will definitely notice if you are using a different font style for every single report, so try to choose a font you like and stick to it. While the type of font you use is entirely up to you, make sure it is easy to read. Using fancy colors may look pretty, but are you sure it is easy to read? I personally like font sizes between 10 and 14 pt, and prefer the standard fonts like Arial, Courier New, and Verdana, but of course there are others you might prefer.

Add Subheadings

Most content requires subheadings, with a few minor exceptions. Think of subheadings as a way to split up content into different sections. If you are providing tips (such as this blog post) each separate tip becomes a separate section of the blog post, so a subheading is used for each. This goes for longer content like reports and eBooks as well. With eBooks, they are split into chapters, but then those chapters are broken down even further into different sections, so those also get subheadings. Make sure when adding your subheadings, it is obvious that the reader is entering another part of your content. I like to bold subheadings, but that isn’t always required. Some people prefer making the heading italic or using a larger font. That is totally fine, as long as you keep consistent.

Use Bullet and Numbered Lists

There isn’t a use for these lists on every single blog post, but definitely add them when it is relevant. People like to read lists when you are providing a lot of information in one section of the content. It makes it much easier to read. For example, if you are writing a blog post about a type of slow cooker you want to promote, adding the features into a bulleted list instead of just putting them all in a paragraph makes it a lot easier to read them.

One thing I like to remind people is that the bulleted list typically has short words or phrases without a period at the end, while numbered lists are more often full sentences. Think about what the list contains to decide which list is best. Recipes provide a really good way to tell the difference between a bulleted and numbered list. The ingredients list is a bulleted list because it contains just short words or phrases. The directions section is numbered because there will be full sentences to explain the different steps.

Make Sure Report Sections Are Clear

With a report or eBook, it is formatted slightly different than a blog post or article. There are going to be multiple sections and sub-sections within the report, so this calls for changing the formatting a bit. I like to bold the main section subheading of the report, then if I am adding multiple sub-sections, I will italicize those so it is obvious they are part of that bigger section. It just makes it a little easier to keep track and to absorb the information.

I hope this shed a little more light on how to get started with formatting your PLR. Let me know if you have any questions!