I have heard from a few of you that you’re worried about buying PLR and not using it. So I’m putting together some tutorials to help make sure that this doesn’t happen!
The first step is making it easy to find the PLR you’ve bought on your computer, so here’s how I go about doing that…
First, remember that organizing your PLR means you’re more likely to use and make money from it. So please don’t think that this is a pointless task! Watch the video or read the text below to see how best to go about it…
Note that I made this video before I rebranded my site to “Content Shortcuts”, but all the info is still relevant 🙂
Step 1: Start by Coming Up With A Folder/ File System
Personally I have one overall “PLR Purchased” folder. Then I create several sub-folders by niche. Every time I buy a new PLR pack, I add that pack to the relevant niche folder. I also rename it something that describes it properly e.g. “Strength-Training-Net-PLR”. I keep the store name in the folder name because it means I’ll remember where I bought it from. That’s important if you run into any problems or need to check license terms!
Step 2: Note Down Extra Details in Evernote or Spreadsheet
Next, to help you keep track of extra info, and to make it easier to search for your PLR, you’ll want to keep track of it either in Evernote or a spreadsheet.
Option 1: Evernote
If you want to use Evernote, simply create a new “PLR Purchases” notebook and then create a new note every time you purchase PLR. Things to include in your note:
- PLR pack name
- Date purchased
- PLR store name
- Quick description of PLR rights
- Sales page link
- Quick overview of contents
Then, when you actually use parts of that PLR package, update the note with the date used and where/ how you used it.
Use the built in Evernote search function to find your PLR packs when you want to see what you’ve got available.
Option 2: Spreadsheet
The key is to find a system that works for you – and that might differ a little from my system. But when you file your PLR properly, you can keep track of what you’ve got and actually put it to use![bctt tweet=”When you file PLR properly, you can keep track of what you’ve got and actually put it to use!”]
Question: Do you have a PLR filing system?
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