Remember when you were a kid and the things you loved to do most were exercise? Of course, you never thought of it as exercise. Instead, you thought of it as jumping rope, and hula hooping, and trampolining. And you didn’t do them because they burned calories or reduced belly fat. You did them because they were fun.
A secret that many adults have forgotten is: those things are still exercise. And they’re still fun.
You know what’s a huge market? Self improvement. And Aurelius Tjin has a powerful new PLR release on self improvement called Personal Transformation Mastery and you should have a look at it.
Why Publish in the Self-Improvement Niche?
Now, there are a couple of reasons why self improvement is a great niche to be in. First of all, it’s evergreen. What you publish now about ending procrastination or developing self-confidence will still be valuable in a year, or even ten.
Here’s the thing. You’re not the only one who buys the PLR. Dozens, even hundreds, of people buy the same stuff that you buy. They get the same articles and the same e-book that you get. So how do you stand out? How do you make your PLR unique?
If you have a website or need content for any other reason, PLR can be your best friend.
What is PLR?
PLR stands for private label rights. That’s a type of web content that carries a license that lets you treat the content as your own. You can edit it however you like or use it just as it is. You can put your own name on it, present it as your own work, and sell it without owing any further royalties after you’ve paid the purchase price.
PLR is often written content. It’s most likely that you’ll find article packs, e-books, and short reports. But just about anything that requires a level of creativity can be sold as PLR.
You can find PLR graphics packages and photos. PLR videos are becoming more and more common. There are even PLR packages containing music to use as background for videos and podcasts.