One of the easiest ways to create printables is to take Private Label Rights (PLR) content and customize it for your niche with new graphics. But many people who are just learning about low content publishing don’t know what PLR is or how to use it.
That’s why I’ve created this quick to help you understand exactly what PLR is and how it works. Here are the answers to the top five questions I get about PLR…
What Are PLR Printables?
Private label rights (PLR) printables are printables you can re-brand and use as your own. Sometimes, PLR is called by different names including…
- Commercial Use Content
- White Label Content
- Readymade Content
- Done-for-You Content
Here’s an example of a free PLR printable from PLR Beach.
How Can I Use PLR Printables?
One seller might say you can sell the printables, but you can’t give them away for free. Another seller might say that you can giveaway the printables for free but that you must customize them first.
Isn’t Creating with PLR Plagiarizing or Copying?
Private label rights content is created with the understanding that customers will use it on their own shop, website and in their marketing. Many PLR sellers are delighted to come across their content on various websites.
As a partner who owns a PLR shop, I can’t tell you how wonderful it is to know my content is out there making the web a better place. It truly thrills me. 😊
Here’s another free PLR planner you might want to download. It’s from For Mommies by Mommy.
Can I Sell the PLR Printables I Buy to Others?
Yes. You can take PLR printables and sell them to your customers, but only for their personal use. You could not give them the right to resell it to their own customers as you weren’t granted that permission.
Your customers don’t have permission to change or edit the PLR printables. Only you, the original buyer, have that right.
How Can PLR Printables Increase My Profits?
You can use PLR printables to create a shop filled with printables that your customers are eager to snap up. I recommend creating several PLR printables each containing 4-5 pages.
Once you have a few products published, bundle 3-4 of them together and create a MEGA pack that you can sell to customers who want ALL of your printables on a certain topic.
For example, if you have 10 printable products and 4 of them are on gardening then combine those 4 to create a mega pack of gardening printables. This makes PLR a fantastic way to quickly create multiple products and build a profitable business.
Here’s a free goal planner kit from Simply Couture Designs.
This post is an excerpt from my workshop, Profit with Printable Planners. It gives you the tools and resources to turn planner pages like these into planners that you can publish and sell on Etsy, Amazon, and other sites.
Besides over-the-shoulder tutorials, you’ll also get full access to a PDF guide of publishing resources that you can use again and again with each planner you create.
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