There is a lot of discussion lately about high quality PLR products and whether they are still relevant in the age of Facebook and YouTube.
I would definitely say that PLR products are more useful to newcomers to internet marketing. There really are only about 20 -30 or so subjects in the IM space and if you’ve been around for a while the stuff gets pretty repetitive.
How many ebooks or videos on list building can you digest over time? Or advertising on Facebook? It’s not to say there aren’t occasional new insights or tips and tricks, but you’ll have to invest to find out, even if its only your email address. And you also have the option of checking any subject out on YouTube.
I suppose the same can be said for the multitude of courses available. Who has the most bonuses? Who has the better reputation? Who charges the least?. You need some experience to wade through all of this and it’s still caveat emptor at the end of the day.
I’d recommend a connection with a PLR site, if only to see what’s coming down the pike. But it is the newbies who will can benefit greatly from high quality PLR products.
I’d like to emphasize that if you are starting a business and want to experiment with various lead magnets and landing pages, PLR is going to get you off the ground. There are several video courses as well as ebooks and audio that can help a lot and they’re usually only a few years old and still very relevant. I have been using a high quality PLR products site for almost 3 years now and still derive benefit, although in different ways than when I first started out..
It’s been extremely useful and well worth it. Free to try and, if you decide to upgrade, there is a one-time fee. No monthly membership. Great money saver.