How To Write an Ebook PLR Package – My Results

June 20, 2011 · Print This Article

On 5/30 I released a new PLR package on How To write an ebook and if you're curious about it and how much I've made in the first 20 days, this post is for you.

First off, I am a PLR writer but I usually write PLR articles because they're faster and easier for me to do. BUT, I like to change it up occasionally and do some ebook packages because, while they're a LOT more work, the potential income is greater.

Here is the website where I sell only these bigger items: www.plr-packages.com
And here is the sales page for From Idea to Ebook.

 

I like to make these as helpful as possible for people to have success with so I include:

  • the ebook
  • sales page to go with it
  • download page
  • report they can use for optins
  • squeeze page for the report
  • 5 autoresponder emails to help pre-sell the main product
  • all the graphics including blanks and PSDs
  • instruction guide
  • guide on how to make this as successful as possible for the customer.

A lot of time goes into this for me. I love starting in on the writing process and get a lot accomplished in the beginning. I get bogged down in the middle with whiny thoughts of "Will this EVER be done?" [as mentioned on Paul Wolfe's excellent site]. Plus I get pulled away to work on other aspects of my businesses. Then I gain momentum towards the end and finish up the book with a happy and relieved flourish.

But I'm not done.

I puzzle through topics for the accompanying report. I don't like reports that are merely giving parts of the ebook. I think reports should compliment, not give the same info but less of it. So I bounce ideas off my favorite smart marketer friend, Alan Petersen, and come up with a great one.

I outsource the graphics to Buddy at Coverscorp and the sales page (the one that goes with the product) to Elisabeth Kuhn. Both do a wonderful job. Packaging everything up and making sure the images are in the right folder for the customers makes me very cranky! I'm working with 2 packages of images (one for the ebook and one for the report) so I have to rename all of them because I can't have two header.jpg, footer.jpg, etc.

Last, but very important, I write some emails and load up some graphics for my affiliates to use.

 

Once it's all done and bundled up all pretty-like, the real work begins.

Decisions, decisions, decisions… again bouncing thoughts off Alan.

WSO or not?  (Offering it at a discount on the Warrior Forum) 
WSO pricing? What are others currently doing?  Regular pricing?
Limit sales of WSO? To what? Limit all sales to what?

So I decide to offer the product as a PLR WSO for half price and limit the sales there to 100. I have it on my site for regular price and will (potentially) sell a total of 100 more there.

I post my WSO with a lot of cursing and hair-pulling angst on my part because the formatting always adds mysterious spaces and extra lines. Grrrrr. :(


Well here we are 20 days into it!

There have been almost 90 sales so far, with about 1/3 coming through my affiliates.

I've also made several sales of my other packages as I have them featured on the download page (not on sale or anything, just mentioned with links). Even my holiday and families ebook is making sales which makes me very happy as this was a labor of love.

MY PLR list has grown because I give customers the opportunity to sign up for notifications. This is exciting because it means they're happy with the quality of my product and are interested in buying future products! Note – I don't make people optin to get their product, I just let them know they can hop on the list if they want to be notified in the future.

WSOs gain steam when they have lots of views and it turns the little icon on fire. This makes them catch the eyes of browsing parties. Positive comments also give the post some buzz.

My first comments were download issues. Apparently I shouldn't have bundled everything together because the zip file was too huge for some people to download. So I corrected that as quick as possible (while sweating profusely). I'd always separated it out before so I don't know why I did it differently this time.

Note – Always stick around when you start a WSO to handle any unforseen issues! Sometimes it's your fault and sometimes it's not, but you need to have prompt customer service and make it right, or better than right, for them.

Here's a couple unsolicited comments that made me smile big:

hi Peggy
1st time buyer of your PLR products and so far I've read through 10 pages and I'm pretty impressed. You've got a rock solid product.

sunnygc

 

Hi Peggy,

I skimmed the ebook quickly, it's definitely a solid PLR product, better than most of what you get elsewhere.


The marketing material looks good to, I just checked the emails and I wouldn't hesitate to send them to my subscribers.

Ralf

Also worth mentioning is that sales of my regular PLR articles also increased. These were from new people whether they bought my WSO or not. Gotta love that! :)

I also love that people like these complete deals. I really want to do more of them but they are very time-consuming to do. I'm working out possible scenarios in my head as to how to further streamline this process to make it faster. I outsource the sales page for the ebook and the graphics and I have templates for my own sales page. I won't outsource the ebook writing because that's the part I like to do, plus my reputation is built on my quality. Plus, I admit it… I'm a control freak.

My favorite part of posting is getting to read what YOU have to say!  

  • What ideas do you have to speed it all up? Without me spending more than I would make?
  • What questions do you have about writing and selling PLR?
  • Or do you have questions about any of the selling/marketing process I've talked about in this whole post?

Comments

63 Responses to “How To Write an Ebook PLR Package – My Results”

  1. Barry Wells
    Twitter:
    on June 20th, 2011 1:32 pm

    Hi Peggy, I saw your tweet and had come and see what was on offer as Mandy Allen has previously told me about the quality of your PLR material.

    I have to say that you certainly do give a complete package, and seem to have sussed what tools we need to make things happen our end, excellent!!

    I opened the sales page from the link at the top of the post and thought wow that’s impressive. I kept the page open whilst I read the post and I’m really glad that I read the complete post before hitting the buy now button because I just got 50% off and you’ve now made 91 sales from the WSO :lol: …….and your list has grown by one :cool:

    Thanks Peggy,
    Barry
    Barry Wells recently posted ..My Head Is Spinning With Ideas But I Need your Advice

  2. Sue
    Twitter:
    on June 20th, 2011 1:43 pm

    Hi Peggy

    Your results are really impressive for sure. I am in the middle of creating more content and it definitely is really time consuming. I agree with you about the reports, I try to write a report that can be used as a standalone product from the e-book.

    You should be really proud of your results, congratulations!

  3. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 20th, 2011 3:12 pm

    Hi Barry,

    Thanks! I think it’s always helpful when a PLR writer is also a PLR user who knows what they want and need. Good luck with the package, #91. ;)

    BTW, Mandy is tops in my book, and she always makes me think.

    Peggy

  4. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 20th, 2011 3:18 pm

    Hi Sue,
    Yes, it’s very time consuming, but the results can be worth it. I’m always on the lookout on how to shorten the time outlay without too much cash outlay.

    I felt kind of rant-y about the report thing, but that’s because I recently bought a PLR package and the report was nothing more than a couple of the chapters from the ebook. If that’s going to be the case, the person shouldn’t have marketed that as part of the package and a selling point.

    You’re right, the report should be able to stand alone. And that way the buyer is actually getting 2 products they can use separately if they want.

    Much luck with your next bigger product, Sue!

    Peggy

  5. Laurie Neumann on June 20th, 2011 8:37 pm

    Wow, Peggy, this was really interesting reading for me as I have also started a PLR site with a partner. An ebook sounds like a big undertaking, but I can see that it was well worth it for you:-) That’s awesome!

    Thanks so much for sharing all this.

  6. Alan Petersen
    Twitter:
    on June 20th, 2011 9:09 pm

    Hey Peggy, thanks for the great post and for sharing such great information. I’m always here to brainstorm with you since it goes both ways. And you won’t have to hear me whine about my Internet issues these past few weeks. I’m back. :-)
    Alan Petersen recently posted ..Internet Marketing Without Internet

  7. Lisa
    Twitter:
    on June 20th, 2011 10:05 pm

    Hey Peggy,

    Love the results!! I recently did something a little different with my own PLR and saw a HUGE difference in sales. This is why I love creating and selling PLR…there’s so many things to try out and you can be as creative as you want. :)
    Lisa recently posted ..So Many Great Deals So Little Time

  8. Amanda T on June 21st, 2011 12:37 am

    I love hearing about your experiences! I did buy your WSO and it was fantastic. Not only has it been a great help for me, but the information was laid out in a way that made it much easier for me to help others that are struggling. Just want to say keep up the good work and thank you for all of the wonderful tips!

  9. Tristan
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 12:38 am

    Great stuff here, Peggy. As far as I’m concerned, this is the best kind of blog post; the kind where you share your actual experiences with us. Awesome!

    I’d love to hear any tips you’ve got for offering WSOs. What are some do’s and don’ts?

    And I don’t know if you’re willing or able to share this information (it’s understandable if you can’t), but how much did it cost to get the graphics and sales page done?
    Tristan recently posted ..How I Became an Extreme Minimalist Without Even Realizing It

  10. Fran Civile@boomers making money on June 21st, 2011 1:12 am

    Hi Peggy,

    I bought your WSO package and I’m very happy with it. I noticed with appreciation that the report is a standalone product.

    I really enjoy your writing!

    Fran
    Fran Civile@boomers making money recently posted ..Is Your Road to Success Paved with Fears of Defeat

  11. Terry Conti on June 21st, 2011 4:01 am

    Hi Peggy,

    It’s nice to know what you do and how good you do it. It’s good that you are a control freak because it seems you put out a quality product.

    I understand about you wanting to do the writing. That’s the core of your product.

    I don’t know how fast you type but perhaps getting a quality speech recognition software may help to speed things up.

    Terry Conti
    Terry Conti recently posted ..Action- The Master Gear that makes Everything Happen

  12. mandy@LearnToBlog
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 5:01 am

    Hi Peggy, I can’t fault the quality of your products and always recommend you. Glad it pays off for you. I loved your comment about being around during the offer to deal with customers service. It’s so important to have that follow up, isn’t.

    As for your questions, well I’m not sure you should be doing things differently. I think quality offerings do take time and we have to appreciate the additional value of handling everything ourselves. What you do is top drawer stuff. I guess the only thing is maybe to have a written template to work to each time once you’ve got everything down to a fine art, just so you don’t forget anything. And it saves having to think ‘what do I do with this bit now?’. I have been doing giveaways and had to make a template for the pages as I kept forgetting to link something or where a particular bit of code should go. But then I am seriously non techie! It takes me ages to do even the simplest task.

    As for marketing, have you tried Craigs list classifieds? I understand they’re free. May be worth a try.

    Enjoy the journey.

    Mandy
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  13. Mouh
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 6:21 am

    Hi Peggy,

    Being a PLR writer is a tough thing. It is time-consuming. I wonder how you organize your time…

    Thank you for sharing your results. You’re doing just great. If you continue like this, you’ll surely achieve your dream and have a big boat in the San Juan Islands ;) . I wish you the best of luck!

    Mouh
    :)
    Mouh recently posted ..Read the Story behind These Blackboards and Board Notes and get FREE Instant Access to them

  14. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 9:13 am

    Hi Laurie,

    Thanks :) Writing an ebook and putting the whole package together is much more time consuming (and a bit daunting). Honestly, I’ve not kept track of my total hours spent doing one of these and I’m afraid if I do I’ll find out it equates to me earning 50 cents per hour or something like that.

    Good luck with your store!!

    Peggy

  15. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 9:15 am

    Hey Alan,
    I’m so glad you’ve got your Internet back! Now maybe you’ll get back on Skype so I can bug you easier. ;)

    Thanks for being a smart marketer and always giving me honest feedback.
    Peggy

  16. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 9:17 am

    Lisa, Lisa, Lisa! It’s fun to figure out new ways to make it work better, isn’t it? Ok, email me because I want to hear all about what you did differently that made such a huge difference with your sales!

    Peggy

  17. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 9:22 am

    Hi Amanda,
    I’m glad you stopped by and I’m really glad you liked the ebook! I’m going to cut your comment out and tape it to my computer screen while I’m writing the next one to keep me motivated.

    BTW, thanks for saying such nice things about me on the Warrior Forum. Just recently you commented about Become a PLR Writer and I got 2 more sales after that. People obviously listen to what you have to say there. Thanks!! :D

    Peggy

  18. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 9:30 am

    Hi Tristan,

    I like to read posts about marketer’s experiences too. Partly because I’m nosy and partly because I can learn something from them. ;)

    I don’t always hit WSOs out of the park, that’s for sure, but I have figured out a thing or two. That would make a good blog post, don’t you think? I’ll write that up soon.

    As far as graphics, one is the $47 package Buddy does, and then the other is a “custom” order at around the same price. One is for the ebook and the other is for the report. Very reasonable and in line with other graphic providers.

    Thanks,
    Peggy

  19. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 9:34 am

    How’s it going Fran? Thanks for your kind comment about the package. It’s funny now how much time I spent trying to figure out what to do the report on. I’m glad you liked how it turned out. :)

    Thanks,
    Peggy

  20. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 9:38 am

    Hi Terry,

    Haha, you caught that bit about me being a control freak. It’s so true, I’m afraid. But yes, the writing is the core part of the product. When customers come back for more, it’s for the “core part” and they expect the same quality or better in the next product they purchase from the marketer.

    Thanks for the speech recognition software idea. I’ve never tried it, but I really should test it out and see which is faster for me.

    Thanks Terry,
    Peggy

  21. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 9:45 am

    Hi Mandy,
    My first real WSO was a nightmare at one point because PayPal was down. Not just for me but everyone. So I was having to sit there and manually send people their product after they paid and apologize for PayPal’s problem. While a nightmare for me, my customers were pleased with my fast response time. Yes, customer service is important!

    I am a big believer in templates, thanks for bringing that up! I must sit down and really think mine through and figure out how to make it more efficient and smoother. So how is your big giveaway adventure going?

    I’ve never used Craig’sList for anything other than selling household items so I’ll have to check that out.

    Thanks,
    Peggy

  22. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 9:54 am

    Hi Mouh,

    Thanks for stopping by! I just got back from vacation and I was actually on a boat in the San Juans. It was only a 2 hour tour, but it again confirmed my desire to have my own boat in my favorite part of the world.

    As far as time organization, I think the biggest thing is being concious of my time and how I spend it. When I really want to stay on task and accomplish a lot I use my favorite time organization app. How about you? How do you organize your time?

    Peggy

  23. Steve@Internet Lifestyle
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 1:06 pm

    Peggy,

    Great results so far. I am very happy to hear that it has been a rousing success.

    I am certainly curious to hear more about the process of using the warrior forums.

    I have sold stuff on the warrior forums before. But frankly it has been YEARS and my results there were middling.

    Of course I never took the time to create much of a “presence” there… which is likely the reason for any slow results.

    Anyhow. It is great to hear that your ebook is doing well for you!
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  24. susanjoyce on June 21st, 2011 1:48 pm

    I have never looked into developing PLR materials. Went through your sales pages – wow, it seems there’s a lot of work behind….Is it working, i.e. are people buying a lot of these?

    Thanks,
    Susan
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  25. Adrienne
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 2:14 pm

    Another great product Peggy and congratulations on your results to to now. And you’re just getting started too!

    I’m thinking about writing an eBook for my first product. Not quite sure yet but am leaning that way. That’s what everyone is suggesting that I do after surveying my readers and my list. Keeping my fingers crossed and may come to you for some advice.

    Congratulations on your results… I didn’t expect anything less.

    Adrienne
    Adrienne recently posted ..Why People Fail In The Online Industry

  26. Mouh
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 3:32 pm

    I am not really good at organizing myself. But I tend to work really well when I have a to do list. I learned some techniques from Adrienne and they are working for me so far.

    Mouh :)
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  27. Lynda on June 21st, 2011 4:28 pm

    Peggy,
    Huge congrats to you!! I think 90 sales it outstanding in 20 days!! I’m with Mouh above I need my list of to do, only I organize myself with my planner. Thanks for sharing your success!!
    Lynda recently posted ..Regal Coupon Code

  28. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 4:48 pm

    Steve,

    You hit the nail on the head regarding using the Warrior Forum effectively to sell… you need to have a “presence”. You’re very astute. But then, I already knew that about you!

    Most of the sales come at the beginning, but this little guy will bring in occasional sales for a longer period of time (since the next 100 will be available at the regular price). That’s why I preach to others to build up their real estate/products/inventory/stock. THAT’s what consistently and continually sells passively, while they’re frolicking on the beach. ;)

    Thanks, Steve.

    Peggy

  29. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 4:52 pm

    Hi Susan,

    People are always looking for content they can use in a myriad of ways, so that’s where PLR comes in. These complete ebook packages seem to do pretty well in the Internet Marketing niche, but then again, selling them on the Warrior Forum means I have a built-in audience of interested Internet Marketers.

    It is a lot of work! And I don’t mind working hard, as long as I’m also working smart. Right?

    Peggy

  30. Dawn Kay
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 4:52 pm

    Hi Peggy

    Congrats on the 91 sales that’s brilliant and I like how you have shared how you do it and how you put it all together because a lot of other people miss this bit out and we are left wandering.

    Take care

    Dawn
    Dawn Kay recently posted ..Sally Neill – What Would You Do Differently And Why

  31. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 4:54 pm

    Hey Adrienne,

    I think it’s high time you write an ebook! You’ve got a lot of knowledge inside that head of yours and it’s about time you share it further than your blog. :)

    Of course I’m here if you have any questions.

    Peggy

  32. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 4:56 pm

    Hi Mouh, I bet you’re better at organization than you think! And with Adrienne giving you pointers, you can’t lose.

    Take care,
    Peggy

  33. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 4:58 pm

    Hi Lynda and thanks!

    I’m with you and Mouh, my To Do list is what keeps me from going to far astray everyday.

    Peggy

  34. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 5:55 pm

    Hi Dawn!

    Thank you. I think that’s how I learn best, when marketers let me see around inside. So that was what I was attempting to do here… for people who are like me. ;)

    Take care, girl!
    Peggy

  35. Debi J
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 10:42 pm

    And then you have those of us who create more work for you because we hit the “Pay Now” button before we check to see if we already bought it!! :)

    Love your stuff Peg…and yes, I like the “whole package” deals because there’s no guess work as to what you have to add to a stand-alone ebook (although, if you were doing ebooks only, that wouldn’t slow down my use of your “Buy Now” buttons!!

    Thanks for all you do…and for those who haven’t used your stuff yet…get it while you can!

    Debi
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  36. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 21st, 2011 11:30 pm

    Ha ha Debi, that double purchase was pretty funny! I love your sense of humor.

    And thanks so much for liking my stuff! That means more to me than you’ll ever know. :D

    Peggy

  37. Viola on June 22nd, 2011 3:36 am

    Hi there…what PLR stands for..i’m just new in this blog…sorry if i’m confused…Anyway i find this post very interesting..Thanks for this i get a new insights.:)

  38. Paul Wolfe on June 22nd, 2011 2:25 pm

    Hey Peggy

    Congrats on the eBook! (You know how much I love eBooks!) I was tempted to buy it to check it out – but thought as I’m creating something on a similar topic that I would wait so that you can’t accuse me of stealing all your great ideas! LOL.

    Seriously, good work.

    Paul
    Paul Wolfe recently posted ..Protected- How To Write an eBook For Bloggers and Content Marketers – Module 3

  39. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 23rd, 2011 7:51 am

    Hi Viola,

    PLR stands for private label rights.

    In a nutshell, it’s content you can purchase to use for your own. You are allowed (and encouraged) to change it up and add your personality to it and then use it how you want (depending on terms of service of the PLR provider) – as blog posts, ecourses or newsletters, as your own product to sell, as a report to build your list, etc.

    Writing and selling PLR is one of my streams of income. :)

    Peggy

  40. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 23rd, 2011 7:54 am

    Hi Paul,

    I DO know how much you love ebooks! I was wondering if you could resist this one. ha! But seriously, I’m the same way – I didn’t buy Michael Martine’s ebook for the same reason.

    You do have a lot of great ebook information on your site and that is why I included a link to it in this post. :)

    Peggy

  41. Viola on June 23rd, 2011 11:31 pm

    Hi there..Thanks a lot for elaborating it for me..Now i know…i have an idea..Anyway.congrats to you..Keep it up..:D

  42. Sheila J. Hill on June 24th, 2011 12:10 am

    I believe that creating an ebook is not easy… It requires a lot of knowledge and information too… You are really great because you have made it in 20 days only…If I were the one doing that, I will not finish within that span of time…
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  43. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 24th, 2011 1:58 pm

    Hi Sheila,
    Actually the 20 days pertains to how long I’ve been marketing it. I’m not sure how long it took me to create the whole package because I tend to work on different aspects of creation at different times, depending on my mood.

    Hey, some days you feel like writing and other days you feel like loading up the images or doing the sales copy. :)

    Peggy

  44. Jon
    Twitter:
    on June 25th, 2011 12:10 am

    Peggy,

    First off – congrats on the success of your product’s sales! This is great.

    In terms of how you could save more money, time or both – I can’t see how without relinquishing control over the parts you enjoy doing. And why bother? You have something you’re quite proud of and the buyers are happy to let you know they think highly of it as well.

    I didn’t know you put so much work into each of your offerings. You definitely pour a lot of TLC into these bundles, thanks for sharing the inside track with us.

    Jon

  45. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 25th, 2011 5:18 pm

    Hi Jon,

    It’s always a pleasure to hear your thoughts. Thank you for your wisdom. You’re right, I don’t want to relinquish control over the part I like doing – writing the ebook. Just trying to figure out how to make the other bits faster for me to do or if I should outsource them. The writing part is my brand.

    The regular article packs are a totally different ballgame and don’t require the same amount of work at all. That’s why I do them more often… all I have to do is write and bundle them up for sale. :)

    Take care,
    Peggy

  46. Fran the Online Writer on June 26th, 2011 10:20 pm

    Hi Peggy:

    Wow I am so happy to read the post and then comments. Your sales are good. You are a pro in PLR, though it is a long procedure to create PLR ebook and website, with all the header and footer, etc.

    But again you make the same kind of return and your hard work pays.

    You are an inspiriation to me.

    Fran A
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  47. Daniel Flower
    Twitter:
    on June 27th, 2011 6:19 am

    Hi Peggy

    Very interesting post, especially to someone like me who writes and sells PLR too :-)

    I also use Buddy from CoversCorp and I have to say he always does an excellent job. I’ve paid more for graphics from other people and the quality wasn’t nearly as good.

    Looks like you get some fantastic feedback Peggy. It’s wonderful isn’t it when people email you and say something like that? Really makes my day!

    Thanks again for the interesting post.

    Cheers

    Daniel
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  48. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 27th, 2011 9:00 am

    Hello Fran,

    Thank you!
    It is a lot of work to do the whole packages. I’m thinking about still doing these, but also offering some that are just the ebook so I can handle more topics that I’ve had requests to do.

    Take care,
    Peggy

  49. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 27th, 2011 9:06 am

    Hi Daniel,
    It’s always nice to see you and I’m glad you found my post interesting. :) I first came across Buddy through Tony Shepherd, I imagine you might have too?

    Feedback is always helpful – the good and the bad. The good makes it all worth it and the bad we learn how to do better.

    Have a great day.
    Peggy

  50. Kathy Dobson on June 28th, 2011 7:28 pm

    Hi Peggy,

    I love your stuff…I’ve bought it in the past ;)
    I do have questions as writing and selling PLR is something I have thought about doing.
    Is there a course you could lead me to or a book that teaches one how to do this?
    By the way…I am hoping to be heading to Denver sometime this month to visit my sister.
    Denver is where I was born and mountains are my magic ;)
    Kathy
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  51. admin
    Twitter:
    on June 29th, 2011 7:34 am

    Hi Kathy,
    Thanks! And it’s always nice to see you. :)

    I’m glad to hear you’re interested in writing and selling PLR! I know of 2 excellent resources for you – one is Tiffany Dow’s PLR ATM and the other is mine – http://allstarplr.com/becomeaplrwriter

    I’ve been told they compliment each other well. Email me if you have questions.

    Enjoy your trip! It should be really hot. The Rockies are beautiful any time of year and I love them. However, I do miss living near water as I grew up in Seattle.

    Peggy

  52. Sue
    Twitter:
    on June 29th, 2011 8:33 am

    Hi Kathy

    Just wanted to say that I have both of those e books and they really do compliment each other. Tiff’s book goes into great detail about how to set up your PLR store on word press. Even if you have never done this before you shouldn’t run into any problems.

    Then Peggy’s book offers some great advice on how to position your store and suggestions on making your PLR a little different from the rest.

    Good luck!
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  53. waterpearls on June 30th, 2011 9:30 am

    Hi Peggy,
    It is a very nice and informative post how to write an ebook PLR package and you are a professional in PLR.Thanks for sharing your result here.
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  54. Ambrosio on July 1st, 2011 8:20 am

    we’re glad that u post some PLR idea how to post it.because before i read your article i encounter a problem about PLR.thanks for sharing this informative indeed..
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  55. Susane D on July 4th, 2011 8:03 am

    Hi Peggy! I like a lot the idea of offering a full package, i.e. sales page, auto-responder messages, etc. To me such an offer sounds very attractive, as from a buyer perspective, it’s hard to find time to develop all those tools. Thanks for sharing!
    Susane
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  56. admin
    Twitter:
    on July 5th, 2011 4:54 pm

    Thanks Waterpearls and Ambrosio! Glad I could share some insights with you. :)

    Peggy

  57. admin
    Twitter:
    on July 5th, 2011 4:55 pm

    Hi Susane,

    Thanks for the feedback from a buyer’s perspective. It’s always nice to know what people want to buy so I can deliver.

    Thanks,
    Peggy

  58. Jason Mitchev on July 6th, 2011 5:36 pm

    I enjoy reading about other people’s experiences. You have detailed what you have done and your results shown here for the world to see. eBooks and self-published books are becoming more and more popular and less complicated. Still, lots of hardwork. Good luck!
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  59. admin
    Twitter:
    on July 7th, 2011 5:50 pm

    Hi Jason,

    Self-publishing has certainly become mainstream and easier due to Amazon’s Createspace! Yes, there is still lots of hard work, but we’re not afraid of that, are we? ;)

    Thanks,
    Peggy

  60. Evan Griffin on July 7th, 2011 10:30 pm

    Great job in creating the package!!!You did a great job in posting this too…I hope you can inspire a lot of people…
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  61. admin
    Twitter:
    on July 8th, 2011 8:01 pm

    Hi Evan,

    How are you?
    My aim with this post was to inspire people as well as show what goes on behind the scenes. There are lots of decisions to be made – some can make a huge difference to the bottom line.

    Peggy

  62. Robin on August 9th, 2011 10:50 pm

    I am really grateful that you have shared us how to write an ebook…Yes it may be easy to some but for me, it’s not…I have to learn more information before I can do it myself…
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  63. Peggy
    Twitter:
    on August 10th, 2011 8:50 am

    Hi Robin and thank you. There are plenty of things that don’t come easy to me either and I’m always happy when I can find a resource that breaks it down into steps I can take.

    Thanks,
    Peggy

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