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Re: Best way to use PLR
« Reply #15 on: March 24, 2010, 12:10:59 PM »
Hi, All -

This thread has really helped me as I have been wondering about how to use PLR.  I have had to be away for a while, so am slow getting started.  But hopefully now I will be able to get started with a better understanding of this part of the process.

MaryAlberta

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Re: Best way to use PLR
« Reply #16 on: March 26, 2010, 10:40:14 AM »
I have been told that with PLR you should change the e cover and content. Is that with older PLR or also with up to date stuff?
Once I get my AR up and running I am going to give it a bash.

Information on this forum is second to none.

Thanks

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mark1966

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Re: Best way to use PLR
« Reply #17 on: March 27, 2010, 11:59:07 AM »
Hi guys,

As some of you have mentioned list building as a great way for using PLR products I thought I'd try and answer this question. Why Build and Use a List? Commonly, not having a list is said to be 'leaving money on the table', and that much is certainly true. Take the example of a conventional clothes store. Customers come, browse around, maybe buy something, and then leave. Once they've left, the store has no
way of getting in touch with them, and maybe convincing them to come back again.

On the other hand, if the store had their contact details, they could notify them when they have a new stock of clothes on the rack, or special discounts, and so on. By doing so, the customer would then feel compelled to perhaps come back, or at very least would consider doing so. Similarly, in whatever niche that you're into, if you had a list of previous customers then whenever you have a new product, or some other offer, you'd just be able to shoot out emails and see if anyone is interested. Simple as it sounds, this is amazingly effective.

Think about it in terms of figures, if that helps. Let's say you have an 8,000 strong list, and you send out an email regarding your latest product that costs $20. Even if only 10% of your list buys your product, that is 800 instant customers and you would have made $16,000. To sum it up, the reason to build and use a list is to establish a firm base of regular customers to which you can market your products and offers too with great ease.

Finally I've just set this up please feel free to critique and let me know what you think?

Regards

Mark

http://www.1stopwealthcreation.com/supersevenoffer/super_internet_marketing_offer.html

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Re: Best way to use PLR
« Reply #18 on: March 27, 2010, 06:28:41 PM »
Hi guys,

As some of you have mentioned list building as a great way for using PLR products I thought I'd try and answer this question. Why Build and Use a List? Commonly, not having a list is said to be 'leaving money on the table', and that much is certainly true. Take the example of a conventional clothes store. Customers come, browse around, maybe buy something, and then leave. Once they've left, the store has no
way of getting in touch with them, and maybe convincing them to come back again.

On the other hand, if the store had their contact details, they could notify them when they have a new stock of clothes on the rack, or special discounts, and so on. By doing so, the customer would then feel compelled to perhaps come back, or at very least would consider doing so. Similarly, in whatever niche that you're into, if you had a list of previous customers then whenever you have a new product, or some other offer, you'd just be able to shoot out emails and see if anyone is interested. Simple as it sounds, this is amazingly effective.

Think about it in terms of figures, if that helps. Let's say you have an 8,000 strong list, and you send out an email regarding your latest product that costs $20. Even if only 10% of your list buys your product, that is 800 instant customers and you would have made $16,000. To sum it up, the reason to build and use a list is to establish a firm base of regular customers to which you can market your products and offers too with great ease.

Finally I've just set this up please feel free to critique and let me know what you think?

Regards

Mark

http://www.1stopwealthcreation.com/supersevenoffer/super_internet_marketing_offer.html


Mark1966


You've provided some really super information here. I especially like your examples of the store...and then, of course, the money one could possibly earn.

So thank you for that.

I looked at your site/page, and have a couple comments.  I really, really like it, although I suggest that I would like to know who I'm giving my name and email address to.

In other words, who is offering this FREE offer. Perhaps under the sign-up box, you could at least have your name.

Also, if someone wants to contact you (whoever you are at this time, since your name is not listed), how would they do that?

What about any kind of a disclaimer, too?

Perhaps you could also include at least a "contact" link in a footer.

Again, thanks.

Karen

mark1966

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Re: Best way to use PLR
« Reply #19 on: March 28, 2010, 10:10:51 AM »
Hi Karen,

Many thanks for the feedback and your excellent advice. As usual in the heat of the moment its easy to forget the basics.  I'm going to make sure that your suggestions are are sorted out ASAP.

Thanks again

Mark

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« Reply #20 on: March 28, 2010, 12:48:54 PM »
Hi Karen,

Many thanks for the feedback and your excellent advice. As usual in the heat of the moment its easy to forget the basics.  I'm going to make sure that your suggestions are are sorted out ASAP.

Thanks again

Mark

Mark,

You're welcome.

Well, you were excited to get your link up so we could see it.   ;D

Now, as far as the suggestions I gave, in fairness to you and others, I have seen many a site that did not have contact information or the person's name. Or disclaimers, either.

So if you don't have them, I don't suppose the "Internet site police" will come along and say you can't have your site up.   ;D

Having said that, though, my preference is to have those features (contact info, disclaimer, person's name), etc., if I am going to consider and/or buy from someone on the net.

Glad to see you making such terrific strides.

You're rockin' now.

Karen

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Re: Best way to use PLR
« Reply #21 on: March 28, 2010, 11:51:04 PM »
Hi Mark -- you have a beautiful, professional site.  Congratulations.  I concur with Karen.  In fact, I'd add a disclaimer, contact information and a privacy policy page.

Perhaps the most important - for your peace of mind - would be the disclaimer.

Best of luck with the site - it really looks great. - Magicman

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« Reply #22 on: March 29, 2010, 04:10:44 AM »
This is my first time of taken time to read any post in this forum, and alas! the information in this forum can not be quantified in $$$. So informative, educative and simple to understand.

Thanks you all.

mark1966

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Re: Best way to use PLR
« Reply #23 on: March 29, 2010, 06:30:01 AM »
Hi Karen, Magicman,

Thanks for your feedback.

All the best

Mark

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Re: Best way to use PLR
« Reply #24 on: March 29, 2010, 09:32:01 AM »
Hi Fadvee,

Welcome to the forum!

Mark
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Re: Best way to use PLR
« Reply #25 on: March 29, 2010, 04:48:01 PM »
Hi Fadvee ::P

:welcome: to RRW.

It's nice to meet you.

If you have any questions, please let us know.


Karen