LinkedIn PLR 2019 (10 Articles + Tweets)
10 top-quality LinkedIn PLR Articles you can instantly use for content creation. Use the articles to create a viral report, autoresponder, video scripts, etc.
Here are the topics included in the LinkedIn PLR Articles Pack:
1. How Often Should You Post on LinkedIn?
2. How to Create Your Own Course on LinkedIn
3. How to Find New Employees on LinkedIn
4. How to Get the Most out of LinkedIn Groups
5. LinkedIn Etiquette: The Do’s and Don’ts
6. LinkedIn Learning: How the Courses Can Benefit You
7. Nine Ways to Grow Your LinkedIn Network Effectively
8. Ten Ways to Ensure Your LinkedIn Posts Get Noticed
9. Tips on Optimizing Your LinkedIn Profile
10. Using LinkedIn for Content Marketing: Tips for Success
Here are a few quick ideas to get you started with the content:
- Use the content to set up your autoresponder/newsletters
- Use the content to create an Adsense site
- Use The Content to create a viral report to promote your business
- Make an eCourse to educate your subscribers or grow your list
- Use the articles to create a site and flip it
- Use the articles as a bonus for your main product
- Use the content for the webinar or video scripts
LinkedIn PLR Sample
LinkedIn Etiquette: The Do’s and Don’ts
LinkedIn is a global network made for business professionals and recruiters. Its mission is to connect business professionals so that they can be more successful.
LinkedIn is very useful for many different types of business professionals if you use it right. One way to ensure you are getting the most out of LinkedIn is to follow basic LinkedIn etiquette rules.
Do Be Prompt
Because LinkedIn is focused on business professionals communicating with other professionals, it requires that you don’t leave them hanging on business days. When someone wants to connect with you or talk to you, try to answer within 24 hours of receiving the message. Even if you are not interested, being prompt with your responses is a professional courtesy.
Don’t Invite People to LinkedIn Using Their App
When you first join LinkedIn, they prompt you to invite people from your email list to LinkedIn. However, this isn’t the best way to do it. Instead, get your profile completed and then personally invite everyone else to connect with you on LinkedIn, which means they’ll then create their own profiles. But, only invite relevant connections – not your mom, dad, sisters, best friend, and so forth unless they are truly business connections.
Do Customize All Automated Messages
LinkedIn offers some automated messaging when you connect with people and for other types of messages such as recommendations. However, don’t use their messages and don’t send invites, connection requests, and so forth in bulk. Take the time to make a special message for each person.
Don’t Pester People
The worst thing you can do is try to connect to people too many times. If they don’t connect with you after one or two tries, give it up. Also, don’t send messages to people before getting to know them a little bit about your offer or something you’re selling. No one wants to do that. They want useful information in a timely way, but they don’t want to be annoyed.
Do Connect to Engage – Not to Sell
In groups, on your feed, and in InMail, don’t connect with people because you have something to sell to them. Instead, you want to connect with people because you believe that you will be able to build a mutually beneficial relationship, and you want more engagement. The selling will happen but not if you start with that.
Do Stay Active and Consistent
LinkedIn rewards active participation. You should seek to update your status a minimum of three times a week and at most daily. But you also want to publish articles, share your blog posts (which can be shared automatically right on your profile) and participate in groups by commenting and engaging with the members. If you go dark for any period, it’s like starting all over on LinkedIn.
Using LinkedIn can be very lucrative. However, remember that using any type of social platform for networking means you are in it for the long game. You need to nurture your audience and take your time getting to know them before throwing out your offers. Plus, the proposals need to be 100 percent relevant and useful to your audience.
License: Private Label Rights + Resell Rights
You can buy it for own use or resell the articles with Private Label Rights.
Your buyers can get the content for own use or resell it to their audience with non-transferable Private Label Rights. This means their audience can only use the content for personal use, they cannot resell the content.
What You Can Do With The PLR Content:
[YES] Can be branded or edited in any way.
[YES] Your links can be added to the messages
[YES] They can be used as Website/Blog Content.
[YES] They can be added to Autoresponder/Newsletter.
[YES] Can be compiled into an eBook or Report.