Is PLR Content Too Generic To Offer Genuine Value? – Tools For Motivation

Is PLR Content Too Generic To Offer Genuine Value?

In this post I wanted to touch on a subject that has been coming up quite frequently at our help desk lately.

New people are looking at Tools For Motivation products and wondering if our content is just “generic self help advice” or if it contains unique insights and perspectives that will really inspire the reader.

It seems a number of people are concerned about publishing content that is too generic and not specifically useful (with real examples, stats, data, etc…) to the end reader.

They wonder if our PLR will help them publish advice that is of genuine value to their audience.

My reply usually goes something like this…

As a company we are in constant pursuit of producing high quality, useful PLR material. We have evolved our research, writing and editing process over many years to a point where we have a huge amount of positive feedback from our customers to know we are on the right track (and we continue to work on improving)…

Having said all of that: At the end of the day I will always remind you that PLR content should still be seen as a “tool” to help you with your content creation.

In some cases (depending on your goals), simply taking what we have built and publishing it will work very well

However, in other cases (especially if you are someone who wants to share specific/unique advice with your audience) it is vitally important to use the PLR as a “baseline to help you create content that meets the needs of your audience and what they expect from you.

So if you want to be known as someone who doesn’t just recycle generic advice but offers a unique perspective on solutions to life’s problems (in whatever niche you are in)…

… then it would only make sense that YOU produce unique content that draws upon your life experiences and falls in line with the type of advice you genuinely want to share with your followers.

Free PLR Download For Visitors To Our Training Portal..

Here’s a little piece of content you can experiment with. It is an article/audio combo called…

Success Takes Longer Than You Think (free download)

It’s a short piece of advice that speaks directly to the reality of the pursuit of success in any endeavour of life. Whether it is business, health, relationship or any other kind of goal…

…if the vision is large enough, the end result is likely going to take far longer than you expect when you set the goal in a state of excitement and optimism.

Make This Your Own…

The above free PLR download is written in a generic tone. It contains some powerful truths about the pursuit of success… but it certainly lacks any specific examples or stories that could potentially make the lesson “come alive”.

YOUR JOB as the publisher of the content is to use this PLR as a “tool” to get you started.

Read/listen to the content first to get the creative juices flowing.

Make some notes or brainstorm some stories that you could tell that would help your audience really understand the message and be inspired to apply the lesson to their life!

True Value Of PLR Content…

The above scenario I have just laid out demonstrates the true value of PLR to me. Rather than asking a PLR company (or a ghostwriter or freelancer, etc…) to build you content that will be powerful and unique and make you stand out from the crowd.

USE those opportunities as tools to help YOU create the unique piece of content that will elevate your audience and leave them feeling inspired by your words/advice.

Hope you like it!


8 Replies to “Is PLR Content Too Generic To Offer Genuine Value?”

  1. Awesome response an advice. Makes a lot of sense, especially since you also provide the “how-to” examples, tutorials, etc.

    1. Justin.Popovic says:

      Thanks Nate! So glad you found it useful/valuable!

  2. Leigh says:

    Great advice and an excellent example, thanks, Justin. I really appreciate all that you are doing for us. :-0

    1. Justin.Popovic says:

      Thanks Leigh! So glad to hear you are getting value 🙂

  3. You explained the use of PLR so well, Justin! I appreciate your site very much and the “freebies” are always a welcomed surprise!!! Thanks so much!!

    1. Justin.Popovic says:

      Awesome! Thanks for the positive feedback Janet 🙂

  4. Shalita says:

    This makes perfect sense. For me all PLR is for inspiration. I love to translate my content to my audience in my own voice.

    You do a great job providing us with useful tools to get the juices flowing.


    1. Justin.Popovic says:

      Hey Shalita, thanks for sharing! That’s great to hear and a perfect example of how to effectively use PLR content 🙂

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