Wednesday, November 14, 2007

A Decision

Well, my company came through and finally made me an offer on that promotion and I can't refuse it. It is exactly what I asked for and I didn't think I was going to get it. I thought I'd have to fight a little bit for it. So, not quitting my job for at least the next two years.

But I'm not giving up writing either. I just need to get a little more organized. I have two regular clients that keep me hopping and I'm working on some PLR content. I have to decide whether or not to go with another site that offers PLR (and already has Google ranking) or to go on my own site.

Writing will never be something I can stop.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do you mean you're writing content to sell as PLR? PLR is a new concept to me, as I stumbled upon it quite by accident...

Deborah
www.therhythmofwrite.com

Danielle said...

Hi Deborah,
PLR stands for private label rights. It means that people can buy the article and they can do pretty much whatever they want to it except sell it. They can re-write it, put their own name to it, submit it to article directories, etc. But you can sell the article a certain amount of times that you determine. So, as an example, you could sell 10 articles of whatever length you want to 50 people at $5 for the package. So you make $250 from those articles. There is apparently a huge market for it. If you want to know more about it and find a great place to sell PLR packages you should check out http://www.websitecontentplr.com - Charisse has a great site with lots of info and if you join the yahoo group there's tons of info on how to get started.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Danielle! Some of the rewrite work I do is for people who have purchased PLR content. At first, I couldn't figure out where they were getting these articles! Now, I realize it's easier than one might think. Thanks!

Matt said...

Hi Danielle,

I stumbled across your site from lifereboot.com and wanted to thank you for your articles. Always well written and insightful I've enjoyed reading through your page. I hope you continue to write and wish you all the best.

Courage!
-- Matt