Internet Marketing Milestones – My Results Writing and Selling PLR

March 11, 2011 · Print This Article

Now that all the 2011 goal-type posts are long gone, I think it's okay to write a milestone post… because it's my anniversary! I've been writing and selling PLR for 3 years and I'd like to share some of my journey.

Prior to the PLR store
 Although I had a website for CookinKids since 2003, I didn't catch the Internet marketing fever until September of 2007. I started by interviewing 11 IMers about how to look after your list of subscribers and build relationships, and turned it into a free optin ebook. That link will take you to the original squeeze page, which I think is pretty good considering I really didn't know what I was doing at the time! 

Then I floundered a bit trying this and that with no clear plan of action. I was working hard and making a little money, but I knew there had to be more. Then I thought about writing and selling PLR. I knew how to set up a website and I'd already become an EZA expert author so I knew how to write articles.

April 2008
I officially opened the doors of AllstarPLR with 9 article packs. A lot went on behind the scenes first – looking at the other top stores and making lots of decisions. I had to decide how to lay out my store, what topics I wanted to have packs on, how much I wanted to charge, etc. It was a lot of work, but very exciting. I knew this was work that had to be done once, and after that I could make money selling my articles.

I can still feel the excitement I felt back then when I first realized what the term "passive income" meant. And that's what I wanted! Having a PLR store made perfect sense – write the article packs once and sell them again and again. :)

Since I "knew" it was important to have a list, I put an optin form on my site giving away a report I wrote about 51 ways you can use PLR.

I started growing my PLR list by telling all the people I had on my existing list (from the ebook freebie mentioned above) about my new venture. Some of them joined my new list and bought some of my article packs.

Note – I make sure to keep my lists separate. If a list is only regarding PLR, then I only send them info on PLR.

I also did a WSO on the Warrior Forum offering 3 of my bundles at a discount. This did decent sales considering I was an unknown, plus I got some good testimonials. What surprised me was people visited my site via the WSO and I sold more of my other bundles than I did the ones listed in the WSO!

Note – I didn't think to collect my testimonials and keep them all in one place until much later. It would have been easier to do it as they came in, instead of trying to gather them up afterwards!

Rest of 2008
I continued a pattern of writing and as I got done with 3 packs I would list them for sale on the Warrior Forum. I would let my list know too, but with it still in its infancy stage, the Warrior Forum provided a much bigger base of potential customers plus a chance to further grow my list.

I also joined a few Giveaways with my stuff and got more subscribers that way.

Beginning of 2009
I didn't do as many article packs in the beginning of 2009 because I was also growing my other businesses. I wrote and sold some of my own ebooks and reports and worked on a few projects with other people. 2009 was surely my year of massive learning and growth as an Internet marketer. One added benefit to all that growth was now I could really write IM PLR with the voice of experience.

March 2009
Pat Graham and I teamed up for MyNichePLR, a membership site, and started the first membership for Baby Boomer. The software we used delivered 3 new articles every week plus a report once a month. Next we added a Wedding membership, and a few months later added an Internet marketing membership.

Wow, I can't tell you how thrilling it was to wake up every morning and see "You've received a subscription payment" messages in my inbox!

We wrote enough articles to keep these memberships going for 9 months and then decided to cap it. The way the software worked, it didn't matter when someone joined, they would start at week one. That meant we could still welcome new subscribers even as existing memberships ended.

Rest of 2009
I tallied up how many PLR articles I wrote in 2009 and it was 313! One new thing I did at the end of 2009 was create my first full PLR package including ebook, bonuses, salespage, articles, download page, graphics, etc. This was a big money-maker and I vowed I would do more of these in 2010. I started a website for these complete packages at PLR-Packages.

As far as my PLR articles went, I was now making an average of $10-25 per article, and that's just with the initial announcement of new packs. That doesn't count the sales I make over the lifetime of the article – customers come to my site to purchase when they need something, not just when I announce the new stuff.

As my list grew, I really understood it's power. If I send an email to my list, I make money. You hear of that happening, but it is so cool when it happens to you!

Note –  Of course not all my emails are promotional; sometimes they're just informative or asking the subscriber to take some sort of action. 

Pat and I turned MyNichePLR into a non-membership site so that people who don't like the membership part of it could buy the PLR in bundles. We are planning a new branch – Baby.

I'd been writing PLR when it suited me, which is usually when I get in the mood to do it, or realize it's been a while, or I'm in-between other projects.

I really like this business model and I'm happy with how it's going, but I realize it could be so much more. I make a conscious decision in 2010 to quit dividing my time equally between my different income streams and put more, much more, of my time into this one as it's my most successful.

I'd been thinking for quite a while about writing an ebook about starting a PLR business for others who are struggling to make money online and need a sound business model to follow.

Become a PLR WriterI finally wrote it because I had an upcoming interview about PLR with Tristan Higbee of BloggingBookshelf. Some of his blog readers had been asking me questions about selling PLR so I knew Become a PLR Writer would be of interest to at least some of them.

Then I realized I had even more to say about writing PLR after the ebook was done so on the backend I offered a paid subscription newsletter called the Professional PLR Provider newsletter. I just finished writing the 2nd month and I really enjoy sharing what I've learned about building a list, getting traffic, tips for doing WSOs, package ideas, and marketing the business.

Some lessons learned –

·    Hiding behind your site doesn't make you much money, no matter how good your products are. Be bold and be everywhere!

·    Some people will buy everything you create, so keep creating and don't stop. :)

·    If Spider Solitaire is installed on your computer, uninstall it.

·    SEO is very, very important.

·    Working on your relationship with your customers and treating them right means customers become friends and supporters. I really like that.

Is my PLR business a success? That depends on how you define success. No, I'm not making a gazillion dollars but I am making money and reaching goals I've set for myself.

There's great satisfaction in setting out to do something and having it really work, even if the path to get there wasn't exactly how I envisioned it!




51 Responses to “Internet Marketing Milestones – My Results Writing and Selling PLR”

  1. Sheila Atwood
    on March 11th, 2011 6:55 pm


    Well done! Every success in this business is BIG. The gazzillion bucks is made up of this continual work and success.

    Some of your tips here go for any site….like keeping your testimonials.
    Sheila Atwood recently posted ..Button Button Who’s Got The Button

  2. Paul Wolfe on March 11th, 2011 7:44 pm

    Hey Peggy

    Interesting post. I have to be honest and say I’m not really interested in PLR – but I AM interested in online business models and I always like to read other people’s stories.

    Liked reading yours.

    A great lesson your readers could learn is the persistence that you’ve displayed – your PLR site is nearly 3 years old now! That’s fantastic.

    My ‘other’ site is about two and a half years old – and I’ve experienced the same effect with the list. You create something…people buy it. What I like most is the sales that just come in….today was a good day for sales that I didn’t do a single piece of promotion for.

    Remember one important thing too – YOU define what success is, not anyone else. If you are meeting your own goals, that IS success. And good on you – it’s good to see people working hard and getting rewarded for it.

    Take it easy.

    Paul Wolfe recently posted ..How To Write An eBook – The Outline and Bundle Method

  3. admin
    on March 11th, 2011 7:49 pm

    Thanks, Sheila!

    And I agree that any success in this business IS big.

    That’s funny that you, of all people, commented on the testimonial tip when just the other day I went hunting for a testimonial you had given me. :)


  4. admin
    on March 11th, 2011 8:34 pm

    Hi Paul,

    I like to read other people’s stories too.

    Thanks for noting my persistence. Some people would call it sheer stubborness. ;) I like your wording better.

    Congrats on your other site. I still find it amazing that people “find me” and buy without me having done anything. For me, the ultimate giggle is when I’m doing something I love – like skiing – and I’m making sales. That scenario is exactly what has driven me to work so hard setting the scene.

    Thanks for your comments!


  5. Fran Aslam From Onlinewriter on March 12th, 2011 3:20 am

    Hi Peggy:

    Wonderful blog post you have got here. It is motivational and exciting just like all other success stories.

    Peggy Congratulations for a jobe well done for your success, where Internet Marketing is not nice to every one, several end up quiting it and you are not one of those. I am so happy for you.

    Keep up the good work

    Fran A
    Fran Aslam From Onlinewriter recently posted ..Product Information for High Internet Income

  6. Marcus Baker
    on March 12th, 2011 8:25 am

    Hi Peggy,

    Sounds like your PLR business is very successful if you consider how many people online never earn a cent or very few anyway.

    It’s great that you are sharing what you have learned through your experiences. I am sure the EBook will be extremely valuable to anybody wanting to short cut some of the pain!

    Marcus Baker recently posted ..4 Point Goal Replacement Surgery Checkup Available Here

  7. admin
    on March 12th, 2011 7:41 pm

    Hi Fran,
    It’s nice to see you here again. :) And I do hope this post is motivational. One of the things that I don’t mention here is the times I’ve been afraid but pushed ahead anyway.


  8. admin
    on March 12th, 2011 7:48 pm

    Hi Marcus,

    I’m still laughing that I thought your ComLuv said “goat” instead of “goal”!

    You’re right, many people don’t earn money online. They get distracted by the promises of easy millions and jump around. I’ve been there too. That’s why it was such a relief to find a business model I could believe in, and that I could see a clear path to follow.

    I have gotten some good feedback on the ebook and I love that these people are excited because they see what I saw 3 years ago when I first started.

    Take care,

  9. DailyAppNews on March 12th, 2011 7:52 pm

    Wow, You have amazing journey. You have much experiences that’s could be instructions for the readers.
    I love read the journey of someone. because it’s could be benchmarks.

  10. Sue
    on March 12th, 2011 8:22 pm

    Hi Peggy

    It is so great to hear how well you are doing. Congratulations!

    I am just starting out and am looking forward to growing my business. I hope to be just successful as you on my 3rd anniversary.
    Sue recently posted ..HCG Diet PLR

  11. admin
    on March 12th, 2011 11:26 pm

    Thanks Fariez. I think everyone has amazing journeys when they stop to think about it. :)


  12. admin
    on March 12th, 2011 11:29 pm

    Hi Sue,

    Even though you’re just starting out, you’ve taken massive action and I am impressed with what you’ve already done!

    Keep up the good work! I like your style. ;)


  13. Steve@Internet Lifestyle
    on March 13th, 2011 11:12 am


    Just reading the words “spider solitare” made me realize I haven’t played it in years and wat to play…. Ack!

    it is great to see you’ve had some success. I like to be step-by-step process charts. I think many ways they’re good lessons people starting out. It shows better than anything that, “Rome wasn’t built in a day”

    online success really does grow, sometimes slowly sometimes exponentially, but no matter what you build on what you done before and your ability and knowledge grow with it…which may be even more important.

    Congratz on your 3 years and good luck for the next three and beyond!!
    Steve@Internet Lifestyle recently posted ..Blog Traffic Blueprint Week 15

  14. Jon
    on March 13th, 2011 3:08 pm

    Even though the path you set to get there wasn’t quite how you envisioned it, you kept at it. This is an awesome post, Peggy. I really like articles like this one about someone’s journey.

    You must be quite happy to be experiencing the same successes most people read about from industry leaders. You bring transparency and ethics to this realm and that’s something that is so very needed.

    Jon recently posted ..Business Ideas- The letterly Strategy

  15. Sandor on March 14th, 2011 7:25 am

    Hi Peggy,


    I’ve read your motivational story. I think all beginner would have to read it, because it would be instructive for them. They can follow the way you proceeded forward, step by step.

    Let me throw in my two cents. Several things that can help you succed online (IMHO):

    *businesslike mindset*

    You need to undertake the challenge. You need to undertake the learning. You need to undertake the work. You need to know why do you want to start an online business.

    The ‘making money’ is a simple answer only. You need to know, how would that money serve you to being better people, and fulfill your life by helping others.

    When I started my entrepreneurship in 1990, I wrote this into 3 sentences on a small paper and put it into my vallet. When an obstacle or the ‘give up’ feeling occured – in the beginning has repeatedly been, LOL -, I re-read that sentences… got energy from them… and continued.

    Naturally, so I did when I achieved success. (Later they were in the majority, anyway.)

    *rational goals*

    By setting rational goals you get purpose. With purpose you have a solid direction. With a solid direction, you can achieve many things such as avoiding distractions, and using your time more productively.

    This way you can perform better, your work will be more efficient. Moreover your self-confidence grows. And… every achieved goals will motivate you even further.

    *well grounded plan*

    A well grounded business plan is your roadmap to success. Please, don’t underestimate its significance – as I see oftentimes.

    It shows your business model , what you are trying accomplish and in what time frame, how you’ll use your devices, how it will turn into your cash flow, how your business will make a profit. So, that guiding outline, in turn, can contribute significantly to the ultimate success of your business.

    When I started my offline business, it was a must to create a business plan, because without it you wasn’t able to get your licence. I made five variants of it, then took the best for my start. That plan wasn’t static, it has always changed when needed. Since then, I wrote a few hundred plans for myself and others.

    I see online oftentimes, people are jumping into something without any guideline – saying they just want to make some money on the net. It’s okay, nearly everyone want to earn cash online.

    And that is possible. If there is an enforceable plan, you will succed earlier. If not, you are wasting your time, money, energy and… after all… you’ll give up.

    Which way will be effective for you, you decide.

    Have a successful next week,:)


  16. Adrienne on March 14th, 2011 2:03 pm

    Congratulations on your success Peggy! You have come a long way!

    I enjoy writing but I never really thought about writing PLR material. You really gave me a good idea there. Might be something else I can add to my already existing business. Thanks for planting that thought in my head!

    Enjoyed the post and so happy you are doing so well.

    Adrienne recently posted ..Free Methods for Driving Traffic to Your Blog

  17. admin
    on March 14th, 2011 2:51 pm

    Hey Steve,

    Sorry about the Spider Solitaire reminder… it is something I struggle with. I actually prefer to lose a game because then I’m challenged to play it again (and again) until I win.

    “online success really does grow, sometimes slowly sometimes exponentially, but no matter what, you build on what you done before and your ability and knowledge grow with it…which may be even more important.” – - that’s gold, Steve, thanks!


  18. Mandy Allen
    on March 14th, 2011 3:33 pm

    Hi Peggy, great post. It’s lovely to see plans coming to fruition after all the hard work. I believe there are a lot of people in Internet Marketing working really hard but making very little from their efforts.

    I believe you are quite right to be loyal to your lists. I hate signing of for updates on something then being bombarded with emails trying to sell me something else. Good for you.

    Enjoy the journey.

    Mandy Allen recently posted ..Why Use WordPress

  19. Noelle
    on March 14th, 2011 4:12 pm

    As someone that just purchased “Become a PLR Writer” it’s actually really refreshing to see the full path you’ve taken to your success. It’s helping me keep on track for mine.

    I think the most eye-opening thing is hearing you talk about doing what a lot of us have done; floundering from opportunity to opportunity, not having a plan in place, and to see you take that and steadily grow a thriving online business is a great inspiration to budding entrepreneurs like myself.

  20. Pat Graham on March 14th, 2011 7:48 pm

    Great post, Peggy. I enjoyed reading it, I also remember how tired we both were after writing articles and short reports for months. It was a magical journey and, in some ways I miss it. Now, I’m busy with our new topic, Baby, and several other projects.

    We seem to be always busy and I believe that is a good thing, even if I wish for a bunch of dead time once in a while until I check my PayPal account.

    Keep up the good work. You are living up to my nickname for you,
    “Denver Diva.” I like it better than “Guru.”


  21. admin
    on March 14th, 2011 11:25 pm

    Ah Sandor,

    I can always count on you to add your wisdom to the conversation!

    I like hearing how you wrote down your 3 sentences and re-read them whenever you felt like giving up. That’s inspirational.

    You’re right about having a business plan. People can learn from your comments about that!

    Thank you, my friend.


  22. admin
    on March 14th, 2011 11:28 pm

    Hi Mandy,

    I think you would absolutely agree with me that honesty is important (and sometimes missing) in this business, otherwise how can we sleep peacefully at night? Tell them what you’re sending them, and then send only that. :)


  23. admin
    on March 14th, 2011 11:30 pm

    Hey Pat,

    Yes, I remember how tired we were too, writing all those articles for MyNichePLR. But it’s easier to do when you know you’re putting out a good product that others will be happy to get their hands on and consequently pay us for! :D


  24. admin
    on March 14th, 2011 11:34 pm

    Hi Noelle,

    Thanks for stopping by! I’ve certainly NOT done everything right, even once I found my calling with the PLR biz, which is a big reason why I’m doing the PLR Provider newsletter – I can help others get there faster without having to make all my mistakes.

    I believe you can do it, Noelle!!


  25. Lisa
    on March 15th, 2011 6:58 am

    It was really nice to read your story! I just started my PLR store in Sept 2010 and I’ve really had a lot of fun. It is addicting selling these little packs lol! I would love to sell more. I just signed up for your pro PLR newsletter…what a great idea too!

  26. admin
    on March 15th, 2011 8:10 am

    Hi Lisa and welcome to the blog!

    I’m glad you arrived here when the post just happened to be about something that would interest you. :) Unplanned, but a happy coincidence.

    Yes, it is addicting selling the packs! I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of seeing those PayPal notices. lol

    Thanks and best of luck to you! And please forward any questions or tips for the newsletter.


  27. Sarah Russell on March 15th, 2011 11:16 am

    Congrats on the success with your PLR projects! I’ve experimented with it to some extent, but not enough to actually gain momentum (I honestly didn’t think it was something you could make money with…).

    Maybe I’ll have to revisit that idea sometime this year!
    Sarah Russell recently posted ..How to Save Money on Your Affiliate Marketing Business

  28. Murray Lunn on March 15th, 2011 11:19 am

    Wow, what a wild ride Peggy!

    You’ve been at it for quite some time and it’s amazing how many ventures you’ve spurred from the one action from the very beginning – truly inspiring. That’s what I like to see in people – not getting comfortable with just one thing, the NEED to go out and create – old school entrepreneurship.

    I’m just getting into this game, as you know, so I have a lot to catching up to do. Really looking forward with crossing paths and perhaps working on a few things in the future :)

    Stay in touch and talk soon :D
    Murray Lunn recently posted ..Content Strategy- The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need to Create an Incredible Impact Online

  29. admin
    on March 15th, 2011 12:47 pm

    Hello Sarah,

    Thanks for stopping by. Honestly, I’ve learned from experience that dabbling in this business model did not get me the results I wanted. I started off with a bang and then had periods of Dabble Mode interspersed with Great Productivity and Traffic Getting Modes.

    I’ve made money throughout, but more during the non-dabble periods. But I think that’s the beauty of it because afterall, life does happen while you’re running an online business.


  30. admin
    on March 15th, 2011 12:57 pm

    Hey Murray,

    Glad to see you coming up for air now and then. :) I loved your last blog post, BTW.

    Actually, this post doesn’t tell the story about the rest of the products I’ve created, *some* having to do with using PLR…

    * How to Quickly and Easily Rewrite PLR – (very successful but revamping to make it bigger and better, look for it soon)

    * How to Turn PLR Articles into an Optin Report


    Everything does come together, doesn’t it? I see that clearly now, although I sure didn’t in the beginning.

    You won’t find me sitting back too often because to me, comfortable is boring.

    Take care, my friend.
    P.S. I’m looking forward to our purposefully crossing paths. ;)

  31. Teresa Miller
    on March 16th, 2011 12:54 pm

    Great post Peggy. I do so love to hear other people’s stories and yours is certainly an inspiration.

    I admire your focus and dedication to achieving your goals. What really stands out to me, though, is that you’ve been building your list from the beginning.

    You also display an awareness of the need to treat that list with respect. (One of the reasons I stay on it. :) )

    Teresa Miller recently posted ..Stepping Outside My Comfort Zone…Among Friends

  32. Penned PLR on March 16th, 2011 9:34 pm

    Happy 3 yr Anniversary for your PLR mastership, Peggy! It is good PLR content creators like you that give good name to plr and make it worthwhile and easy to ignore the bad talk about duplicate content and plr abuse. Keep up the good work and continue trailblazing the plr well beaten path!
    Penned PLR recently posted ..Penned PLR Products – Articles

  33. admin
    on March 16th, 2011 9:54 pm

    Hi Teresa,

    Thanks and right back at ya! I was very inspired by your New Year’s post.

    And I’ll be by to visit again after I get home from my spring break trip to the grandparents. They’re telling me to get off the dang computer now… :(


  34. Patricia@lavender oils
    on March 17th, 2011 3:10 am

    Hi Peggy

    Congratulations on your milestone. And you are one talented lady. I just clicked over to your kids cooking blog.

    A friend of mine is doing something similar offline locally so will send her over to see what you have done on your blog.

    I know you are an inspirtation to many. See you mentioned when they discuss writing and I can see why.

    Really enjoyed your milestones post. Telling us what you had achieved thus far. Rather than just what you hope to in the future.

    Patricia Perth Australia
    Patricia@lavender oils recently posted ..The Lovely Lavender’s Smelling Sweet…Unlike Athlete’s Foot!

  35. admin
    on March 17th, 2011 10:33 pm

    Thanks Penned PLR. I feel like we should have a party! But alas, I don’t know how to do that through the Internet… ;)


  36. admin
    on March 17th, 2011 10:39 pm

    Thank you Patricia. That means a lot to me, coming from you!

    Unfortunately, my cooking kids site does not get the attention it deserves these days, although one of my favorite thing to write about is on the subject of kids learning through activities (such as cooking).

    I’m enjoying watching your journey and I can’t wait to see how your new chapter goes.



  37. Pleasant Valley homes on March 20th, 2011 7:03 am

    this is a very inspirational post. For some who is still grappling and trying to survive the competitiveness of online marketing like me it is indeed heart warming to hear such success stories. I look forward to the success of your new venture as well. I hope that years from now I may also come close to the success you have achieved! congrats :)

  38. Clark Hetherington from SEO Ireland on March 21st, 2011 6:54 am

    Hi Peggy,

    Truly agree that even the tiniest success we encounter on our online business even on our blogging activities can be a great milestone for us, the owners! Cheers to all risk-takers and businessmen online. May we all have more success in the coming years.
    Clark Hetherington from SEO Ireland recently posted ..The Best Decision You Have Made For Your Business

  39. Mike Paetzold
    on March 21st, 2011 3:08 pm

    First comment luv works as I missed this on Twitter when you first posted it but did visit after you left a comment. A point others may want to consider.

    And sorry I refuse to get rid of spider solitaire. Just only use it when the top 3 of my to do list are gone.
    Mike Paetzold recently posted ..What is your business model

  40. admin
    on March 21st, 2011 7:39 pm

    Hi Clark,

    It’s nice to meet you and thanks for the cheers. I’ll raise my glass to that!


  41. Daniel Flower
    on March 21st, 2011 7:42 pm

    Hi Peggy

    Wow – what a great post, and I didn’t realise just how similar our paths are (albeit I am a lot further behind than you!)

    I’ve been doing some very similar things – building a list of people interested in PLR using WSOs and then emailing them when a new pack becomes available. I’ve also recently teamed up with Tony Shepherd and took over his PLR membership site.

    How often do you offer new packs to your list?

    Great post, I’ll be checking out your product and newsletter :-)

    Daniel Flower recently posted ..How I’m Building My List and Making Money Online

  42. admin
    on March 21st, 2011 7:43 pm

    Hi Mike,

    First off, I’ve got to tell you that following one of your tweets first led me to Blogging Bookshelf and all those wonderful bloggers. Thank you! :D

    Your blog post today was such a perfect fit for me that of course I had to comment and let Comment Luv do it’s thing! lol

    That’s a nice healthy approach to Spider Solitaire. Unfortunately, addicts play it first thing in the morning, last thing at night, and all times in-between.

    Take care,

  43. admin
    on March 21st, 2011 7:57 pm

    Hi Dan,

    I think you started your PLR business fairly soon after I did, which makes you an old hand at it as well. ;)

    That’s great news you’ve taken over Tony Shepherd’s PLR biz – good for you, and him too, I expect! That reminds me, I haven’t read his mentoring newsletter yet this month – my vacation has screwed me up.

    Please do check out the ebook and newsletter. I’d love to hear what you think, being experienced with PLR.

    I’m not on a set schedule for putting out new PLR because it depends on what kind I’m working on as to how long it takes me. The full-out ebook packages take me a lot longer and that’s what I’m working on now.


  44. Daniel Flower
    on March 21st, 2011 8:22 pm

    Hi Peggy

    Thanks for the reply (you’re lightening fast :-) )

    I might be an old hand at PLR but I don’t think I’m as profitable as you yet lol…

    I will say this though. To anyone thinking of getting into the PLR market – do it!! I’m sitting here now writing this comment and I’ve just had an email saying I’ve sold another PLR pack. Don’t underestimate how hot this market is guys and gals!

    I will definitely check those out Peggy – they look like they would really help me. That’s now on my ‘to do’ list for this week, lol.

    Re: Tony’s mentoring newsletter – this month’s issue is excellent as usual – there are some really great methods in there.


    Daniel Flower recently posted ..How I’m Building My List and Making Money Online

  45. admin
    on March 21st, 2011 8:50 pm

    Haha Dan! I just appear to be fast because I happened to be answering other comments right when you added yours.

    Okay, I’m halfway through Tony’s newsletter (let’s see if he uses Google Alerts and gets notified when his name is mentioned – Tony Shepherd -) But I like to put his newsletter down and come back to it so I can fully absorb the wisdom.

    Isn’t that nice to sell something over and over after having only created it one time?


  46. Sue
    on March 21st, 2011 9:45 pm

    I have been reading all these comments adding up over the past few days and you have such a great community here Peggy. It just makes me so pumped up to be writing PLR too.

    So now I am intrigued about Tony’s newsletter will have to check it out.

    Thanks again and am glad that I bought your book and am getting to know you some more.
    Sue recently posted ..HCG Diet PLR

  47. admin
    on March 21st, 2011 11:08 pm

    Hi Sue!

    The people who comment here have great blogs themselves so do check them out. I like being a part of this community… and I truly believe the best dialog happens after the post, in the comments section.

    I’m going to do a post one of these days about Tony’s newsletter but if you want to pick up the first issue for free, you can do it through the link I posted in my comment above.

    Cheers to being pumped up! :D

  48. Marlee on March 22nd, 2011 10:05 pm

    Hey Peggy!
    Congrats on your many milestones of success. You should be very proud.

    You know I didn’t realize that you actually wrote PLR, rather I thought you only sold it! That’s incredible that you do all that writing. I’m going to take a closer look at some of what you’ve written because I’m finding PLR to be useful in my healthcare marketing business.
    Marlee recently posted ..The Only Guide to Creating Killer Content You’ll Ever Need- Guaranteed

  49. Ayden @ Look At BigCommerce on March 23rd, 2011 2:36 am

    Happy Anniversary, Peggy! When I started reading your article. I just can’t stop. Probably you’ve heard this several times already, but I just want to say you’re awesome. That “sheer stubborness” cost you a great milestone, not to mention you are humble too. Found another person to admire…:)
    Ayden @ Look At BigCommerce recently posted ..Creating A Logo For Your Ecommerce Store

  50. admin
    on March 23rd, 2011 8:39 am

    Hi Marlee,

    Thanks for stopping in! I loved your last blog post and checklist.

    Yep, I write PLR. I like to write so it’s fun… most days, and I appreciate the fact that I can write about what I want (and what sells). I hope I have something you can use!


  51. admin
    on March 23rd, 2011 8:42 am

    Thank you, Ayden.

    Shucks. If you want to admire me because I’m stubborn as a mule, then you go right ahead! lol! :D

    That didn’t sound too modest, though, did it?


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