If you’re running a membership site or a group coaching program, PLR is a true godsend for you. For these types of programs to be successful, the information must continuously flow to the customers to keep them motivated and engaged. Private label rights products are made for this type of delivery because when the delivery is not forward-facing (directly on your website), you don’t even have to do much editing to make it work. A PLR product prompted me to start a Facebook group where I coach individuals on how to PLR products work for them.
Membership Websites Ideas
Running a membership site is a really great way to earn consistent money month after month, but it also requires that you continuously provide new information to the members. The more you can give them for the price, the more likely they are to stick around as long-term customers.
Send At Least Daily Emails
Even though your members will come to your membership site to access most of the information you provide, use PLR to help you develop at least one daily email. For example, if you’re a life coach, you might find PLR that has 365 motivational quotes by famous people. You can then cut and paste that information into the daily emails, which you can also add other information and a CTA to if you wish.
Add New Content Two to Three Times a Week
A membership site will only be as active as the content delivery. Focus on finding content that fits each category you have chosen for your membership site. Find content that fits the category, edit it for branding and voice then add it to the website. Once you add it, it exists forever, so eventually, depending on how long your average member sticks around will help inform how much you need to add.
Keep the Content You Provide Relevant
Always stick to your own niche and narrow subject matter to avoid any members becoming confused. For example, if you have a membership site that is for dog lovers, don’t start including cat stuff or children stuff because your members-only want dog stuff. The more niched down you are with the content you add to the membership site, the more your audience will see you as an expert and the go-to person for that niche.
Group Coaching Program Ideas
Running a group coaching program can be fun to do. I actually love it! It’s also a great way to use private label rights content. A group coaching program usually lasts anywhere from 7 days to a few weeks and typically ends up with a result that means their problem was solved.
• One Problem Per Program – You would not have a coaching program that covers all aspects of a topic, but rather it would tackle just one thing such as challenging the group members to accomplish a task by the end of the program, such as building a customer avatar, for example.
• Use How to Content – Look for “How To” content, whether video, audio, blog posts, eBooks, reports, and so forth. The only thing that matters as you search for PLR is that it addresses the problem you want to solve. For example, if you’re going to teach the group to create their client avatar write down the steps and then locate the content that teaches that step. Edit it to fit your branding, and you’re in business.
Whether it’s group coaching or a membership program, the main thing you want to do is to keep the content you add for these customers as relevant as possible. You only edit the PLR you buy to the point that it looks like it came from you. Whether that is branding it or adding more information inside depends on the niche, but starting with PLR saves a lot of time and money.