Tag: prewritten content

Why You Should Blog About Anxiety

Maybe you have a lifestyle blog where you prefer to keep things light and fun, or your list is health-based where you prefer talking about holistic health or common health conditions, but prefer not to talk about mental health.

I understand this philosophy, but I guarantee people on your list or who read your blog suffer from anxiety and other mental health issues.

Here is the thing about anxiety – Not everyone likes to talk about it.

I think the stigma is gradually becoming less of an issue, but many people don’t even want to seek professional help or tell their doctor.

What do they do about it?

They look it up online! That is how I originally figured out I was suffering from anxiety and panic disorder, and I know many others like me do the same thing.

YOU can be the blog people turn to when they want to learn about the symptoms, when to get help, what they can do from home, and the best ways to cope with anxiety and panic attacks.

Just Look at the Statistics

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety is the most common mental health condition in the United States alone. I imagine there are similar statistics in other parts of the world.

At any given time, approximately 40 million people are suffering from anxiety.

Anxiety is highly treatable. This is perhaps the most important statistic to keep in mind.

While I still personally recommend having a disclaimer when talking about mental health and asking your readers to seek professional help if they need it, you can still provide information about anxiety and ways to manage it on their own.

MANY people with anxiety do what I do – they not only go to therapy, but they also manage symptoms and panic attacks at home.

Use High-Quality PLR to Start Discussing Anxiety

If you’re on my list and buy from my store, you probably like to use prewritten content. A lot of PLR providers out there (including yours truly) have awesome PLR about anxiety, stress, depression, and other mental health conditions you can bet your readers are interested in learning more about.

What Can You Promote?

As I was writing the Managing Anxiety limited PLR pack, I started jotting down notes of what you can promote.

I made a list of the types of products I mentioned in the articles, that way you can easily link within your blog posts to products on Amazon and other places for quick and easy affiliate commissions.

Here is a list of what you can promote with these 5 articles specifically, but others on this topic also have plenty more options!

Coloring books
Coloring supplies – crayons, colored pencils, markers, etc.
Journals
Yoga supplies – clothing, yoga mats, accessories
Workout supplies – water bottles, clothing, DVDs
Books
Essential oils & diffusers
Aromatherapy candles
Bath supplies & accessories
Pet supplies

My Last Tip: Put a Personal Spin on it

If you have any level of anxiety, I highly recommend talking about it when you are adding anxiety-related PLR to your blog or mailing your list.

I used to have this lifestyle blog that really didn’t have a lot of posts on it and I wasn’t consistent with at all. But I did have a series where I talked about my own experience with anxiety, and those were always the most read posts and the ones more people interacted with me about.

Why? Because not only did a lot of people who found my blog want to know more about anxiety, but they felt connected to me because we shared the same symptoms or experiences with it.

Even if you don’t personally struggle with anxiety, you might know someone who does, so you already have a fresh perspective on it – from someone who has seen how it can impact other people. Use that!

 

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 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.

 

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

 

 

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