Let's talk using PLR for Videos and Podcast Episodes.
Today's video and this blog post are about using PLR are as inspiration, research, and scripts for recording videos similar to the one below. You can also use the same technique to come up with material for podcast episodes or any other audio content you want to create for your online business.
It's a great time saver and perfect for those days when you are either coming up blank when it comes to ideas, or you need to generate fresh content quickly so you can move on with the rest of your busy life.
Watch this short video tip on using PLR for Video and Podcast content.
Today we’re going to expand on the idea of the last video, which was all about using PLR as inspiration for writing your own content.
Don’t stop there. You can use the same content and research when it comes to video and audio.
Let’s say you have a podcast. Or maybe you’re creating videos like the ones I’m creating for you here on this channel. You can use PLR to help you do that. Here’s how:
Grab a PLR article on a topic you think your audience would be interested in. Read through it. Make a few notes if you’d like on how you can customize it for your audience.
Use examples that speak to them.
Tell stories from your life or your experience.
Weave in additional tips.
Come up with a takeaway. Something you want them to do or try after they watch the video or listen to this particular podcast episode.
Ask them a question to get them to comment and engage with you.
Come up with a journaling prompt that helps them dig deeper.
When, with your notes by your side, sit down and record your video or audio file. Try it and see if this isn’t much faster than coming up with this type of content from scratch. And if you’re using a PLR article pack, or an entire eBook, you have everything you need to create an entire series of video or audio posts.
Need some PLR to play with? Grab a free sample of our pre-written content.