For some people, designing the layout of how their PDF ebook looks is easier than writing their own unique content to put inside it.

Well, this short post is for them. And possibly YOU. If you are someone who is stuck when it comes to writing.

Most people will use PLR content for their ebooks.

What Exactly Is PLR?

The term ‘PLR’ stands for Private Label Rights. And you can find a ton of this type of content all across the web.

Having Private Label Rights content gives you tremendous freedom. Basically, you can become an ‘instant author’ by using something else someone else has written. It’s like having your own personal ‘ghost writer’ on tap.

What it boils down to is this. . . .

PLR author writes up content either as an article, pack of articles, or actual ebook on any given subject.

PLR author sells the content to others that are in need of it either because they cannot write themselves, or just don’t have enough time to do it.

PLR buyer purchases author’s content and is given a Private Label Rights license that allows buyer to claim content as his/her own without giving any additional credits. It is as if buyer has written the content themselves.

PLR buyer transforms PLR content into a new ebook product and resells to his/her customers with designated rights associated.

( Sometimes you can pass on Private Label Rights to your own customers, but you must always check the original authors Terms of Use, or License, that should be included with the PLR product )

But, like most things, you get what you pay for when it comes to quality. And good PLR is no different.

Suffice it to say that you need to be really choosy about the PLR content you decide to purchase. And be prepared to spend a pretty penny for the best stuff.

Now, with that said, here is a list of reputable PLR content sellers:

Gabor Olah’s PLR Wholesaler.com Site
a good option for both free and paid PLR content

Mike Collins’ Fresh PLR Content Site
focusing on specific niche subjects and offers article packages for them at low prices

Nichole Dean’s EasyPLR.com Site
a really big selection of both specific niche article packs and special reports for low cost

Bob Bastian’s Private Label Publishing.com Membership Site
a very good option at a low cost monthly fee for fresh new PLR content every month

JayKay Bak’s Unselfish Marketer Membership Site
my very personal favorite because not only do you get fresh PLR products, but Master Resale Rights products, services, and additional FREE memberships. it’s a #1 site for everything!

JayKay Bak’s Content Provider Pro Membership Site
a nice site providing ghost writer content for your ebook projects — here’s a quick hint, if you join the UnselfishMarketer.com membership site above, you’ll get this membership thrown in free

Once you have a good PLR product, it becomes simply a matter of copy + paste into your ebook document template. You may have to do some additional formatting such as setting the size and style of the font you decide upon inside your ebook so it’s more ledgible to your readers.

Sans-serif is normally best for computer read ebooks. While Serif is best for ebooks that are to be physically printed out and read.

Oh, and one last quick tip . . .

It is a really smart idea to run the automatic “Spell Checker” inside of OOo Writer once you copy + paste your PLR content inside your ebook because many times there are grammatical errors throughout it. And, you don’t want to sound like a total dummy to your loyal readers :-)

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