How To Organize Your PLR Content To Keep Track Of What You Own

In this post, we are going to be discussing a strategy for organizing PLR content. PLR stands for “Private Label Rights” and it is a fancy name for licensed content which is what we sell here at Tools For Motivation. If you are new to PLR read about us here.

One of the most common questions we get from our customers is “How do I keep track of the PLR content that I have purchased so I don’t forget what I own?

This is a GREAT question because once you find a few good sources of private label content, you will likely start accumulating lots of material that can come in handy when marketing your business/brand online.

In the video segment below, we cover some simple strategies that you can use to keep your content organized into relevant categories so that you can quickly find the PLR material that is most useful for your current projects.

Below is a screenshot of the sample folder structure we created in the demo video above.

This example was created on a Mac computer but you could easily follow the exact same folder/sub-folder system on a Windows machine to create a repository of PLR content that you can quickly pull from for your projects…

Full Page Screen Capture…

Towards the end of the video presentation above, Chad Fullerton (our guest presenter) mentioned the Full Page Screen Capture plugin for the Chrome Browser which will help you take full screenshots of sales pages.

If you want to test it out you can go here: FULL PAGE SCREEN CAPTURE PLUGIN

Thanks for checking out our little training session. Hopefully this helps you stay organized 🙂


26 thoughts on “How To Organize Your PLR Content To Keep Track Of What You Own”

  1. Justin,
    Really useful overview, always hunting for lost PLR, so having a little discipline should really help.

  2. Great post. Thanks Justin.

    I also keep a spreadsheet of all my TFM downloads, mostly for tracking and inventory.

    1. That’s great Albert! Very good idea for staying organized especially as you accumulate more and more content over time!

  3. This is a great post – biggest challenge has been locating what I want when I want it! This provides great direction. And I LOVE the screen capture plugin! Amazing tool! I see so many potential uses for it… You’re always so ahead of the curve in every aspect of PLR and the various tools and resources available. Thank you!

    1. Hey Marilyn… thanks for your comment! Yes that screen capture tip came from our guest speaker Chad Fullerton. He has always has AMESOME tips when it comes to the latest tools and tech available to help with online publishing!


  4. Great training, Justin and Chad! I’ve been storing my assets by vendor/provider vs. by topic and things are really messy that way. I really like the idea of having topic categories and then Premium and Public stacked beneath that. Thanks for the tip and screen shares.

    Thanks for the info for Chrome plugin. I just discovered Firefox has a similar add-on called Movavi Screenshot to capture full pages too.
    Works great!

    I agree with what Dr. Marilyn says: you’re always so ahead of the curve.


    1. Justin.Popovic

      Hey Debra! Great to hear from you and thanks for your comment. Glad you liked the training and the strategy for organizing into Premium and Public content! It works really well 🙂
      Also thanks for the tip about the FF plugin, I’ll check it out!

  5. Hey Justin,

    For Windows users.

    I use Firefox and have an Add-on called “FireShot” that allows you to capture the full screen. They have both a Free Version and a Paid Version. I was so happy with the Free Version that I upgraded to the Paid. I’ve had it for several years now and would recommend it as a very good tool to have.

    I also think there is a Chrome version available.

    Have a Great Day!

    1. Hey Jeff,
      That’s great! Thanks for the tip I’m sure many of our readers will check it out and get benefit. Much appreciated 🙂

  6. James Clabaugh Jr

    After reading these posts, I’m embarrassed by my question. I’ve only been in TFM for 2 months and already am lost in content. I learn so much from your training videos, but either I’m not smart enough or too unorganized to grasp this one.

    What are the topic headers your would use to categorize all your content?

    Will the Topic/Title of the original set be lost in this method or is it not necessary to know where it came from?

    thanks for your guidance,

    1. Justin.Popovic

      Hey Jim, I think my original reply somehow got removed…

      The topic headers are entirely up to you. Each one of our products cover a specific theme. For example, last week we published a content bundle called “How To Handle Criticism”. If I were organizing this on my hard drive, I would check if I already had a category for “Criticism” and if not, I would create it.

      I would also check for similar folders I may have already created that may apply. For example, the topic of handling criticism could also fall under “Self Esteem”, “Emotional Intelligence”, “Facing Fear”, etc… depending on how I intend to use the content.

      Hopefully that helps!

  7. Thank you, Justin, I am in the process of organizing my podcasts into units on Facebook. It is also a good idea for organizing it on our computers too. I am wondering do you have any tips on how to organize it on a PC that is not a mac? And Mark Hunter did an amazing job speaking this week. Both of you did a fantastic job talking about WordPress Plugins and other fantastic tips. He has so much valuable knowledge to share. I hope that you bring him back on your podcast. He makes everything look so easy to do on WordPress. That is why I trust him with my website and no one else. My website is under construction at the moment and getting a much-needed facelift, thanks to Mark Hunter. My current website is the one I am listed below. Merry Chrismas to everyone and Happy New Year Too. Thanks for all of your generous PLR gifts and for all that you do for us. Cheers.

    1. Hey Marie, thanks for the feedback! We don’t have a specific PC video but most of the folder structuring concepts will work on any operating system! So glad you are getting value from the PLR we send out, best of luck with your new projects and have a great Holiday and New Year!

  8. Charles CM Bannister

    A latecomer responding because Arun Chandran made this available on his facebook page recently. Love the content. Simple yet robust as they say, thank you both. Also try Zoho Annotator if you use firefox it captures full pages and allows annotation, very useful

  9. This is how I use “tags” on windows.

    Open folder
    Right click on the file you wish to add tags
    Select Properties
    Select Details Tab
    Select Tags and add your tags
    Select Apply and then OK

    You can add tags to multiple files by highlighting the files and following same steps above.

    There are other ways to add tags. Look for the “tags” box when saving or naming any file.

    You can search for tags by checking the “tags” box on search panel.

    Hope that helps.

    1. Hey Sherryl

      Thanks very much for the share! You’ve filled in the gaps perfectly here since our demo was Mac based… I think our other readers will really benefit from your tips here! Thanks again and for our other readers, please let Sherryl a comment if you got value from her great advice 🙂


  10. On a Mac, you can print any full page in PDF format. Depending on the browser, it might be a good idea to set printing at 72% size, then “print to PDF” and voilà!

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