Recruiting Affiliates Takes WORK

I wanted to break away from my Q&A posts for this one post to talk about how important it is to get affiliates on board with your PLR store. If you don’t have an affiliate program – stop reading now and look into setting one up! If you do, keep reading. Read more »

Is PLR A Viable Business Model? [PLR Q & A 9]

This post is part of my series where I answer your PLR questions. If you have a question you’d like me to cover on the blog, please send it to me here, or click here to view past answers.

Question: My question is this – I purchased Tiffany’s course last April- read Peggy’s, Nicole’s and Lisa’s as well… I was very enthusiastic to get things rocking… Little by little though I am getting less enthusiastic and that hopeless feeling in that  hardly a week goes by I don’t see someone launching a new membership site and PLR in areas that I thought I would get into. I don’t want to be just another “me too” in a saturated market. 

“Back when Tiffany released her course you just didn’t see much happening as far as training and it was unique. I really saw it as an open door an opportunity – now, as I said, it seems to be quickly saturating as many people have provided training and many are jumping in. Is it still a viable business model? thoughts here?” Read more »

Boosting Your Income As A PLR Affiliate [PLR Q & A 7]

This post is part of my effort to answer your PLR questions. If you have a question you’d like me to cover on the blog, please send it to me here, or click here to view past answers.

Question: “I am planning to become affiliate for [other PLR sites]. Can you suggest me a way where I can prod my subscribers to buy from my link regularly? If I do that, do you think people will leave my small site and prefer you people instead to buy from?”

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Analyzing A New PLR Store Strategy [PLR Q & A 5]

This post is part of my effort to answer your PLR questions. If you have a question you’d like me to cover on the blog, please send it to me here, or click here to view past answers.

Question: “I am in a regular job now, but I want to quit and want to write full-time for my PLR business. However, now I can write only one article a day, and I have written 32 articles so far. I am planning to complete 100 articles first, and then I want to start my first WSO. I don’t think I will be able to write an ebook or a report before I leave my job.

Q1. Do you think that’s a right strategy to begin with?

Q2. Do you think I will be able to leave my $2000-a-month job in 365 days (when I have 265 more articles after my first WSO)?”

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