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The "Garbage" Strategy
The "some ghostwriters take too many short cuts" strategy tells your prospects that their ghostwritten content could just end up being a bunch of rehashed, plagiarized, highly repeated garbage.
The "Master" Strategy
The "get the master private label rights as a bonus" strategy tells your prospects that they can actually sell the private label right to your private label content and keep 100% of the profits. Most marketers know that private label content sells like crazy.
The "Super Affiliate" Strategy
The "use the content to sell affiliate products" strategy tells your prospects that they could actually become a super affiliate. They could place affiliate links in the products they create from your private label content.
The "Display Ads" Strategy
The "use the content to earn money running pay-per-click ads" strategy tells your prospects that they could earn huge commissions using your private label content to create targeted, keyword dense web sites for displaying pay-per-click ads.
The "Unique Content" Strategy
The "make the content unique without writing" strategy tells your prospects that they could make your private label content different by using all the content changing software that is now available. You could give them a list of web sites that offer it for a fee or for free.
The "It Seems Lower" Strategy
The "that's only ($) per (product type)" strategy tells your prospects that purchasing your private label product is a sweet deal. When you divide up the price into specifics, it makes the total price seem lower.
The "Huge Web Sites" Strategy
The "easily create huge content-based web sites" strategy tells your prospects that they could divide up your private label content to turn it into a huge web site. Remind them that they could divide your content into individual web page tips, articles, audio files, video files, etc.