You’ll need to click on this post’s title to see what I did on this day.
I’ve been playing with the idea of starting my own PLR business online for a while now. (If you don’t know what PLR is, keep reading. It’ll all be clear soon enough.) Luckily, one of my more active readers here on Blogging Bookshelf is Peggy Baron, and she just happens to be a PLR expert.
Today’s post is a series of questions (from me) and answers (from Peggy) about selling PLR online. And not just generic stuff about selling PLR, but I specifically wanted to ask her questions about how bloggers can make money by creating and selling their own PLR products. I feel that this is a way to make money blogging that isn’t really getting talked about very much.
But that’s all changing with this post!
First off, Dino Dogan from DIYBlogger.net interviewed me last week and you can listen to it here. Also, Dino just came out with a great free PDF ebook (no opt in for Blogging Bookshelf readers!) about video blogging. Download it here.
Guest posting is an awesome way to get your name out there, and I think that every blogger should write guest posts frequently. I try to do one every week or two, though I’ve been slacking off the last couple weeks…
If your readers like what you’ve got on your blog, there’s no reason they wouldn’t like to read what you write on other blogs, right? So I recommend making your guest posts easy to find by having all in one place.
There are a few different ways of doing this, so keep reading!
I think this is one of the shortest post I’ve ever written on Blogging Bookshelf (though it’s still 950+ words…), but it touches on one of the most important parts of blogging: having a great headline.
Below are a series of 6 different headlines that I brainstormed for a guest post I did. The first one is super lame, but they gradually get better until I come up with one that draws the reader in.