To continue our series of interviews with successful mom bloggers this month, I am excited to interview Rhonda White of MommyRevenue.com. In this interview, Rhonda will share about how she’s saved hours using PLR for blogging. She’ll tell us what exactly PLR is, how to use it, and where to find it – be sure to keep reading!
Rhonda’s blog is a great resource for bloggers and business owners wanting to grow their business online. She has videos and posts to help make your ventures successful – right now, you can also get involved in her weekly challenge to start improving your blog today!
A Cross-Blog Interview
This interview will be a little different from the others in that Rhonda and I will be conducting a cross-blog interview. I am posting my interview questions below and Rhonda is answering those questions in a post on her blog, which you visit here.
Rhonda, tell us a little bit about yourself. What is your blogging background?
How did you learn about PLR?
Can you tell us – what is PLR exactly? Where does it come from?
How can we use it on our blogs?
This final question, Rhonda will answer here:
Where can we get PLR?
Well, at last we’ve come to the easiest question of all. (Smiling big here!) I’ve been maintaining my own PLR resource site for quite some time now. I’ve chosen to keep my readers up-to-date on some of the best private label sites available. You can find my list of favorites here: http://plrcontentshop.com/quality-plr-resources/ If you subscribe to my blog there, I’ll also send you alerts when fresh plr content has been released and occasionally offer some of my own plr content for free.
Rhonda ends with: Tanya, thanks again for this opportunity. I hope that I’ve been able to enlighten some of your bloggers about the possibilities of using PLR. Readers can grab my free report (no email address required) here: “31 Ideas to Re-purpose Your PLR Content.”
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Update: Be sure to read the follow-up post about the moral use of PLR.