Okay. I’ll show you how I take a PLR package, edit it to make my own and squeeze benefit out of it. The process can be done in many ways using different tools. But I will show you, how I do it.
If you have not downloaded already, please download the plr package from here:
Download the package and unzip the file. You’ll get a folder, “Responsive List Building Secrets.” Open the folder and you will get another three folders, named Graphics, Report, Web site and a txt file named, License.txt.
The first thing you should do is to open the license.txt to check what are rights that are included with your download. Go through the file. The owner has given “unrestricted private label rights,” in this case. So we can do whatever we like with these files. No problem there.
The second important thing you should do is to browse through the folders to see what’s in it.
There are few images of 3d book cover and a flat book cover in the “Images” folder. We will not use these. We will create our own book cover.
The second folder contains two files, Responsive List Building Secrets.pdf and Responsive List Building Secrets.doc. We don’t need the pdf file. We will take the doc file, edit, rename and personalize the file and convert it to a pdf file of our own.
The “Website” folder contains files that are to be hosted on our server. But we will not use these files. We will be creating our own web files like sales page, squeeze page, download page, etc., with our own product our name printed in it.
Now, let’s choose a color theme. Check the images of “graphics” folder. They used blue theme. I always choose a color theme that is boldly different with the original plr package. Let’s say, we choose deep green as our color for this project.
First, we are going to edit and personalize the main e-book. Named, “Responsive-List-Building-Secrets”. We have to change the name. We have to rename it but rename it by something similar.
I used to search Google first, to search for a alike name with similar meaning. I searched “Responsive List Building Secrets” in the Google search and came up with a similar and simple name. I got it all the ways to the 3rd page. It is a simple name and I liked it. Our e-book name will be, “How to Build Responsive Mailing List”. We are going to use this name instead of the original name, “Responsive-List-Building-Secrets”.
Now open a new blank document file. I use Open Office Writer but the process is similar in MS Office.
This file will be transferred as our e-book in pdf format. So, you should save the file with the name, “ How-To-Build Responsive-Mailing-List. Use these hyphens in between each word. It keeps the url intact, and error free when the file is uploaded in a server.
I would like to change the appearance of my document. As different as possible from the original file. That will make it somewhat ‘stand alone.’
Now the default page in open office is 8.50”X11”. I would like to increase the page width to 9.50”. Go to format → page and the below looking interface will appear. Increase the page width to 9.50” also reduce the margins (shown in the picture) to .50” from the default .79”.
Now go to “Border” tab shown in the picture. Here I would give a border, specify how I want my border around my pages and select border color into deep green. Our color theme is deep green, remember?
I generally don’t want to change the color of my page and keep it white. If you like a specific color, go to “Background” tab and choose some light color.
Now I insert a header and a footer. In the header, I place the name of my e-book, i.e. “How to build responsive mailing list.” Also I place a line under it. See the picture below:
Okay. Now our page is ready. We need to insert our content. Open the “Responsive List Building Secrets.doc” file at the “Reports” folder.
Now, copy all the text there by Edit →Select All →Copy.
And paste it to our new file named “How To Build Responsive List”.
Here, I change font and font size. I like a font called “Yu Gothic Light” and font size 15 or 16. Perfect for pdf format. But you also need to change line spacing to 1.5 because the content appears too clumsy in pdf with line spacing 1.
Now, we have to edit few things. From “Edit” drop-down menu, select “Find & Replace” and replace “Responsive List Building Secrets” with “How To Build Responsive List.” This will replace all the “Responsive List Building Secrets” with the “How To Build Responsive List” in the document. Look at the image below.
I don’t edit or rewrite any text, but I change all the headlines of the contents and make a new “table of contents,” discarding existing one. Reason for that is, the headlines have been changed, also the page number will not be same with all those changes with page settings, font size and line spacing.
Take an example of existing and changed headlines:
The Gadgets You Need- Resources Needed
Developing A High Converting Squeeze Page- Making a Squeeze Page that converts
Generating Maximum Profits – Max. Profit Generation, etc.
But I like to go through the content at least once so that I understand what I’m selling.
Another important thing is to check all the links in the content, to see whether the links are live and functional. If a link is taking to the error page, we need to replace that link with similar resources. And never misuse an opportunity of inserting your affiliate links if there is a chance.
Well done! We have created a stand-alone e-book from a plr material. Now export the document- oh, wait. There is one more thing we must do. We must create a book design with our name and paste at the first page of this document.
We will cover that in the part-2 of this tutorial.
PPC is one of the most popular forms of paid advertising and is not likely to lose that title any time soon and you can make PPC ad profits if play right. Its appeal extends from online marketers to giant corporations, with everyone wanting their piece of the money pie that springs from PPC platforms that populate the online advertising space. And while the PPC environment adapts to changes with new platform providers and regular updates to advertising rules, those who master the method continue to rake in massive paydays from what are very targeted and highly converting buyer customer bases.
Why PPC ads work
PPC ads work on so many levels that they are almost ADDICTIVE in their application. The most popular form of pay per click is buying a listing on the search results pages of the major search engines, where your ad will appear alongside those of organic or non-paid search results. PPC allows you to set up your live ad and then practically watch the results unfold before you.
The appeal with this kind of traffic is that it is almost instant.
With the correct targeting of your ad, the constant search by the masses for what you are offering places a targeted audience in front of your ad the moment it goes live. This means that an unlimited number of targeted people can see your ad, and you only pay when they actually click on your ad. With such fast search results, this form of marketing provides what is practically an unmatched opportunity to adjust your campaigns for better results in just hours or days, depending on your criteria.
Pay per click advertising is an online auction-style process in which a person bids money against other advertisers to have their keyword targeted ad listed on certain websites. The person gets charged when someone clicks on their ad, regardless of how many times the ad was seen. There are two main types of PPC advertising;
PPC search allows a text ad to show at the top or side of the search engine page, and is positioned against other ads depending on its bid, as well as its quality score as determined by the search engine.
PPC display shows ads that are influenced by the advertiser’s targeting selections, and appear on the content pages that are relevant to what the searcher is reading, as well as their previous browsing behavior.
Typically, PPC display catches potential buyers looking for information, whereas PPC search ads are more likely to convert as the prospect is searching by specific keywords and phrases.
Google and Bing are the current predominant networks for PPC advertising, and they both employ the quality score method which assists in determining how your ad will rank. Scoring 1 to 10 from lowest up, you can assist your bid costs and ad placements by promoting your quality score through landing page and ad keyword relevancy, and landing page loading time and quality. You will need to look into this deeper with the relevant networks prior to commencing your campaigns to ensure that you get maximum value for your money.
Before you set up any campaign in a PPC network, make sure you know the rules of that particular network. The process of setting up your ads in each network will differ to some extent, and is beyond the scope of this guide to delve into the intricacies of any or each. To get started however, there are some consistent actionable steps you can take to getting your ad live online;
1. Your goal
Determine what you want to achieve with your ad – sales, sign-ups or enquiries.
2. Sign up
Select the network where you will be placing your ads and create your account.
3. Select keywords
Identify your relevant and related keywords and phrases based on buyer intention. Build out groups of themed keywords from which to create several campaigns.
4. Ad copy
Write the copy for your ad and link the ad to a relevant landing page, ensuring all the pieces of your landing page are in place and working.
5. Keyword bidding
When you start bidding on your different keywords, be sure to set your budget, especially given that your early ad runs will be for test purposes in order to obtain performance data.
6. Activate campaign
Don’t forget to activate your ad to get your campaign up and running online.
Depending on the ad network that you run with, your considerations for getting your ad online will require you to follow each point at a much deeper level. You will need to think about geo-targeting for your local area, whether you want your ad displayed on search only or on third party websites (Adwords), conventional or mobile targeting, quality score, and conversion tracking.
The best place to become proficient at the required steps is directly from the ad networks themselves. Once you have followed their guidelines and have all the pieces in place and activated your ad, the most crucial part of the process then becomes tracking your ad to allow for changes and improvements. Your analytics will assist your tracking efforts by enabling feedback on your keyword costs, click-through rates and visitor behavior at your landing page. From there, it’s all about optimizing your ‘pieces’ along the line for better results.
7 secrets to a winning PPC ad campaign
When a PPC ad hits the mark (read: targets), it can generate a lot of funds in a very short period of time. While much of the time your ads will require testing and re-working, there are some practices you can adopt to ensure a greater rate of success early in the campaign;
1. Keyword analysis
You won’t be able to compete against the multi-nationals, so your focus should be on long tail keywords based on relevancy. If you are targeting locally, include local keywords, and include your main keyword in your solutions based headline. For even greater effect, you should group ‘related’ keywords based on buyer intent, and have themes of keywords around which you will build your campaigns.
2. Select one platform to commence
Many marketers jump between platforms with their campaigns looking for better cost and positioning. This is a recipe for instability, failed campaigns and a deflated budget. Select just one platform to learn it intricately before moving onto another.
3. Geographic planning
Target the audience to which you are trying to sell. This applies even more so if your audience is based locally. This will reduce the amount of clicks that will never lead to sales.
4. Landing page relevance
Paying per click can lose out quickly if you are not getting paid in conversions. Ensure that your landing page contains your main keywords and is relevant to your ad.
5. Stop testing…never!
Use A/B split testing and run different ads at varying times. This applies also to your landing pages. If you have no desire to test the elements of your campaign, then you are really using the wrong traffic method here.
6. Don’t outbid yourself
Contrary to popular belief, your campaigns can still succeed if you are not holding the top position. Traffic to lower positioned ads is generally more ready to buy, resulting in less wasted clicks and better conversions for your campaign.
7. Your ad must be interesting
You need to utilize your limited ad space to captivate the attention of your targeted traffic. Learn some basic but effective ‘selling’ copywriting skills if necessary to know which ‘buttons to push’ to draw in your prospects.
The following recent press release offers some insights into the way a PPC management company achieves significant success for their clients through Google Adwords campaigns;
PPC is not for everyone because it requires a real discipline in order to control your spend. Ironically, this is just one of the many benefits to marketing with this paid traffic method.
You get to control ad copy, time of day, location, network, ad position all from your selected keywords and chosen sites.
Your ad can be online fast and providing results feedback very quickly to allow for changes where needed.
It need not be as expensive as many marketers claim if you are targeting the right keywords and utilizing various networks.
Geo-targeting can provide very targeted traffic.
Campaigns can be stopped quickly if they are not working.
It is easy to split test landing pages for better conversions.
4 common mistakes that will kill your campaign
As effective as PPC ads can be, many fail to reach their full potential because of a variety of errors that people make. Four of the most common mistakes include the following;
1. Missing call to action
It may seem obvious to you that someone reading your ad would know that the next step is to click through your ad in order to get from point A to point B. This is not always the case, and all of the great ads became that way because of their call to action. You need to instruct your ad ‘viewers’ on what they need to do next. Your call to action also needs to be succinct and relevant. If you want someone to ‘buy now’ as opposed to browsing further, than state that, rather than something vague like ‘click here’.
2. Sending traffic to a home page
This applies to all non-relevant search pages. Visitors want to land on the page that is relevant to their search term when they click through. If you direct them to a home or other page where they need to do further searching, there is a good chance that you will lose them.
3. Ignoring negative keywords
If you really don’t want to waste clicks by having your ad appear alongside those with the word ‘free’ in it, then be sure to include your negative keywords to prevent this from happening. If your ad appears with those ads, people will still click your ad and cost you significant advertising funds.
4. Using broad match types
If your targeted keywords are too broad, then your ad will appear for irrelevant search queries. This will attract more visitors to your site, but will cost you dollars and reduce your ROI.
Drawbacks of using PPC
Anyone who is familiar with PPC advertising will know full well that it has its ‘frustrations’. The most common include the following;
You need to be constantly testing and tweaking your ads in order to get the most from your campaigns.
It’s a short term strategy. You need to continually pay for ads to be in the game.
Clicks are not conversions. Even targeted traffic needs to be converted to sales.
Testing can be expensive. With each click you lose budget unless you are converting.
Networks have strict guidelines regarding their terms of advertising. Breaking these rules can get your account banned – Google is renowned for it with their Adwords platform.
You always need to be staying on top of your PPC campaigns. The following link reveals a story that, while told a few years back, is relevant even today as a reminder of what can happen if you ‘drop the ball’ with your ads.
PPC is one of the most challenging areas of online advertising in which you need to stay on top of your game. Successful marketers know that when it comes to online advertising, you have to expect change. With Google consistently waging war on ‘the little guy’ and keeping secrets with its highly feared algorithm changes, you will only survive with PPC if you adapt to the changes and find ways to compete with the big players. Luckily, you have options. Take advantage of the consumer swing towards the other search engines, focus on highly targeted but longer tail keywords, and consistently test, test, and then test again. Persistence can bring definite monetary rewards with PPC marketing.
Act like A Smart Guy
Let’s face it. Getting accepted into CPA networks is the hardest thing for most of the newbies in this CPA business. Because CPA networks try to play safe as there are lot of frauds that happens online in terms of fake leads and transactions. The more quality traffic these CPA networks send to the advertisers makes the advertisers happy, they make money, and then they send CPA networks their commissions and these CPA networks pay you your commissions. So we need to play some smart moves to get accepted into CPA networks.
Second Tier Networks
If you’re new into this CPA game and you never accepted into a CPA network then what I suggest to you is always go and first try to get approve into small CPA networks. And the reason is all CPA networks ask 1 common question when your joining them. What other CPA networks you work with? People reply none and CPA networks denied there applications. Once you get accepted into 1 or 2 small CPA networks then approach to big networks and your chances to get approve into networks increase. Email@yourSite.com This is very important you should register a domain name with your own name. Like I have a domain name “marketingwithalim.com” this shows you’re a professional guy and working in internet industry. Always use your domain name email while applying into CPA networks. Like I use the following email address when I apply to any of CPA networks Support@marketingwithalim.com
Call Your CPA Account Manager
Another tip while applying to CPA networks which increase your chance to get accepted into CPA networks is once you finished your application process you should call your affiliate manager and talk with him. The only thing which most of the CPA managers are looking to know is how you promote their offers. So you should have a complete pin point plan ready which you will explain your affiliate managers on the call. (Don’t worry in the next section I will give you answer of some of the common question which your affiliate manager will ask from you)
When you will be talking with your affiliate manager be sure you’re confident and already prepared about the question your affiliate manager will ask to you. So it is important that you’re well prepared before your call. One of the purposes of phone verification is because most of scammers are not willing to give their phone number. So they just want to check either you are a genuine affiliate or not. And second purpose of call is just to ask you your driving source.
Important Question which CPA networks Ask
Now let’s discuss some common question and their which your CPA networks ask from you
Q 1) How long you have been working in Internet Marketing?
A ) I have been working in internet marketing for about 8 months now. And I have seen some success using FB and Bings as my traffic sources.
Q 2) what is your website Landing Page Url? Or Show me you’re landing page
A ) I mainly use the bing ads to drive traffic to CPA Offers and I mostly use direct linking mechanism.
Q 3) what is the volume of your daily traffic?
A) Currently I am spending $50 to my traffic. As I told you I mostly Use bing ads and FB ads to drive traffic so he volume of traffic entirely depend on offers. And keywords belong to that offers.
Q 4) what is your monthly traffic volume?
A) As I told you my entirely traffic is depend on the PPC campaign. So it’s hard to tell you exact volume of traffic. But I target long tail keywords so my traffic conversion ratio is very good.
Q 5) how did you plan to generate traffic to our offers?
A) I only use PPC traffic and my favorite traffic sources are FB and Bing Ads.
Q 6) What Kind of Offers You Like To Promote?
A) I am interesting in Weight loss and Fitness relating offers
Q 7) How did you heard about us?
A) http://www.offervault.com These are 7 most common questions which almost every CPA network will ask from you. So it’s advisable that you are already prepared for these questions to improve your chances to getting into any CPA network.
Tip: – Alright guy here is my little advice which will help you to get accepted into CPA networks very easily. Never file your applications to Top Tier Networks. Always Try To File Your Applications to second and third tier networks.
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