Before you buy any private label rights content from a PLR seller, take the time to download some of their free content. Review this content and pay attention to the voice behind it. As you review it ask yourself these questions:
- Is the content easy to follow?
- Does it sound choppy and artificial or natural and relaxed?
Next, look at the quality of the information. Here are a few more questions to keep in mind as you review the free PLR content:
- Is the content factual and full of helpful tips or is it filled with inaccuracies and bias?
- Is the information tediously repeated again and again with only slight differences each time?
Finally, consider how much of the package you would consider usable. And here are a few more questions to consider:
- Do you love the audio but hate the graphics?
- Is the PDF report poorly written but the video is engaging and entertaining?
When you buy a PLR package, you don’t have to use everything inside of it. But it can be helpful to know in advance what a PLR provider’s strengths and weaknesses are. Always review a free copy or sample of a seller’s work before making a purchase.
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