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Private Label Persuasion PLR Ebook

Private Label Persuasion PLR Ebook
Date Added: October 25, 2017
License Type: Private Label Rights
File Type: ZIP
SKU: 61247
Shipping: Online Download
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Introduction:

When most people think of promoting private label products, what comes to mind is usually basic information that's not particularly interesting or beneficial. But there's a lot more to than just the basics in this report.

You should be able to find several indispensable strategies about promoting private label products in the following paragraphs. If there's at least one strategy you didn't know before, imagine the difference it might make.

1. The "Economical" Strategy

The "a ghostwriter may charge you ($) per (product type)" strategy tells your prospects that purchasing your private label product is more economical than hiring an expensive ghostwriter. Money has a strange way of switching people's perceptions.

2. The "Better Than Money" Strategy

The "writing your own (product type) is time consuming" strategy tells your prospects that they will save tons of time by just purchasing your private label product. Most people think time is more valuable than money.

3. The "Blog It" Strategy

The "use the content on blogs" strategy tells your prospects that they won't have to write or find new content for their blog. Many marketers use blogs to update their opt-in subscribers, sell affiliate products and make money from displaying pay-per-click ads.

4. The "Tons Of Words" Strategy

The "that is over (no.) words of information" strategy tells your prospects that your offer is a real bargain. It makes it sound like they are getting more for their money with such a large number of words. You could also break it down into the number of pages, articles, niches, or tips.

5. The "Resell" Strategy

The "sell the resell and master resell rights" strategy tells your prospects that they could use your private label content to create products that come with resell and master resell rights. Most marketers will realize they can then sell the products for a higher price.

6. The "Fly By Night" Strategy

The "ghostwriters could take your money and run" strategy tells your prospects that if they put an upfront deposit down for a project, a ghostwriter could end up not finishing the work. Most people would feel safer getting all their private label content right after they pay.

7. The "With Out Work" Strategy

The "sell the private label rights for commission" strategy tells your prospects that they could gain the rights to sell your private label content by just signing up to your affiliate program. It's also a great way for them to make their money back from buying your private label content.

8. The "Won't Find It Anywhere" Strategy

The "100% original private label content" strategy tells your prospects that they won't find your private label content in products that you or others have sold in the past. It would be a good idea to mention ways they can easily keep the content original from your other new customers.

9. The "Follow The Money" Strategy

The "create your own autoresponder messages" strategy tells your prospects that they can use your private label product to create their own follow up e-mail course. Many marketers know they can increase sales by including a test ad or two in each lesson.

10. The "E-zine" Strategy

The "publish your own newsletter" strategy tells your prospects that they can use the content from your private label product for their e-mail newsletter. Most marketers know one of the best ways to get people to purchase is to build a relationship first.

11. The "Contextual Advertising" Strategy

The "sell products with the content" strategy tells your prospects that they could sneak in ads and mention their products within the content of your private label product. They could place ads at beginning, middle and/or end of the content piece.

12. The "Sell Space" Strategy

The "charge for advertising around the content" strategy tells your prospects that they can use the content from your private label content to increase their traffic or opt-in list. People will want to advertise on their web site or e-zine to get a piece of their success.

13. The "No Cost PLR" Strategy

The "free private label (product type)" strategy tells your prospects that they can get your private label product for no cost. People will flock to your web site just to be able to get the free private label content.

14. The "Edit It" Strategy

The "edit the content how you wish" strategy tells your prospects that they can easily add their personality or information to the content without rewriting all of it. People like to make little changes to private label content that will make it their very own.

15. The "Plagiarize It" Strategy

The "rewrite the content" strategy tells your prospects that they can totally rewrite your private label product. People sometime want to convert and target the content for a different niche or market.

16. The "Spread The Wealth" Strategy

The "create free viral products" strategy tells your prospects that they can slice and dice the content into viral articles, e-books, reports, etc. Most marketers know how powerful it is to give away a viral product with their ads in them and allow other people to give them away.

17. The "Become Famous" Strategy

The "add your name as the author" strategy tells your prospects that your private label product will help them become known as an expert and an authority. Most marketers realize it will help them sell more products.

18. The "I Rather Listen" Strategy

The "create an audio recording with the content" strategy tells your prospects that they could create audio CDs and files for their customers and web sites. Audio products are becoming more and more popular because some people rather listen than read.

19. The "I Rather Watch" Strategy

The "create a video recording with the content" strategy tells your prospects that they could create video DVDs, files, infomercials, how-to products, etc. At the time of writing, online videos are starting to become mainstream.

20. The "Rank High" Strategy

The "optimized for the search engines" strategy tells your prospects that your private label product is already set up to rate high in the search engines. Most people know that search engine traffic is essential to an online business.

21. The "Little Report" Strategy

The "create special reports to sell" strategy tells your prospects that they can use your private label product to create a special niche report to sell. Many people don't want to read through 300 pages to learn something that only takes 5 to 20 pages to explain.

22. The "Time To Write?" Strategy

The "create your own e-book in (no.) minutes" strategy tells your prospects that they could use your private label product to almost instantly sell their own product. Many people just don't have the time to write a new e-book over weeks or months.

23. The "Sticky" Strategy

The "high quality content" strategy tells your prospects that your private label product is useful and people actually are interested in it. Most marketers realize that type of content can increase repeat visits, readership and sales. It will make your business "sticky."

24. The "Missed Deadline" Strategy

The "ghostwriters can miss your deadlines" strategy tells your prospects that even though they can hire a ghostwriter, they can never solely rely on them. Businesses don't want to make promises to their visitors, subscribers and customers that could backfire and jeopardize their relationship.