Let's talk about what to do when you think a piece of PLR isn't a good fit. 

Image of a middle aged woman with brown hair in a black shirt sitting at a desk. The words "This isn't going to work" are written on the screen in white letters on a pink background.Today's video is about a mindset shift. If you think a particular piece of prewritten content isn't a good fit, think again. With a little tweak, you can make it work. More importantly, by getting creative and thinking outside the box, you may just surprise your audience. In a good way!

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Sometimes it’s hard to find the perfect piece of PLR content. This is especially true when you already have a topic in mind. You know what you want to cover, but then you can’t find a PLR pack that covers everything you wanted it to.

Or maybe you bought a bigger bundle because it was a great deal, or joined one of the many PLR content memberships out there, like the ones we offer here at Piggy Makes Bank.

Either way, you end up with some content you don’t think is a great fit for your niche or your target audience. I would like to challenge you to look at it differently. To change your mindset about what is and isn’t a good fit for you.

Here’s the thing. As PLR providers, we do a lot of research into topics and trends. It’s our job to put out pre-written content on what’s popular and what people want to read or learn more about. If we don’t do our job well, the packs don’t sell. And not to brag or anything, but Tracy and I are very good at our job. So maybe that topic you think isn’t a great fit is worth taking another look at.

Try it. Share something a little off the wall with your audience. Don’t be afraid to branch into adjacent topics. For example, if your site is mostly about building an online business from your kitchen table, share some health and wellness content that helps your audience counteract the damage sitting in front of the computer for days on end will do. Or give them tips and ideas for healthy meals they can fix on busy days. Talk about increasing productivity, better sleep habits, and various ways they can improve their minds and their bodies.

Think outside the box. And then tie the content in with what they expect from you. Take those exercises that stretch the back muscles and in the introduction mention that they are perfect after you’ve been sitting at your desk answering customer emails all day. Or share how these freezer meals have saved your bacon when you didn’t have time to cook during launch week. You get the idea.

Here’s a fun challenge for you. Head on over to Piggy Makes Bank and look for PLR in a category that’s completely unrelated to what you do. Find a pack. You don’t have to buy it. Look at the topic covered. Browse through the article titles and get an idea for what the content inside will be about. Then come up with some ideas on how you could make this work for you and your readers. For bonus points, share what you’ve come up with in the comments below.

It’s a great exercise to help you see the potential of pre-written content from anywhere that you don’t think is a good fit at first glance.

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