Tiffany Lambert is without doubt one of the giants when it comes to PLR. You have to search long to find a more prolific writer.
True hardship and problems as well as during happy times, Tiffany would write and continue writing. Never giving up. I admire that.
She’s a writer by heart, and her PLR is among the best.
Right now she’s doing a sale, where you can get her products for $1 a piece (in stacks of 10) or you could simply jump on board and get lifetime access.
There are 700-800 PLR packages in her store, so there should be something for everybody to pick from.
And buying good PLR will save you time writing your own content.
Even if you prefer to write your own books (which I understand) then PLR will come handy as content on Facebook, Twitter, your blog, other places, freebies, bonuses… There are so many places you can use PLR to your advantage.
Take a look at Tiffany’s catalogue to see if she hits any of your niches, and if she does, then dive in here and grab your content.
Yeah, that was so stupid.
I normally check the link before I mail, but this time…
You see, I use a timer, a Pomodoro, and it had told me that time was up.
But I was almost ready with my mail, so I kept working, setting it up in the autoresponder, checking that the mail looked good, clicked Send.
Then I replied to a question from a subscriber.
Meanwhile my mail arrived and I discovered the link-mixup – argh!
It should have been this link: http://malka.im/adamskigmagic
In case you’re wondering and didn’t see yesterday’s mail, I was talking about a high-quality graphics package with almost 900 pieces of really good-looking graphics.
Some will help you make your blog look good. Others are great for squeeze pages, sales pages, Pinterest, Facebook (there are quotes and all). There are even hand-written fonts and much more, and the price is superlow, if you buy now and before five days are gone.