Private Label Rights: Using Private Label Rights and Ebook Directories To Generate Traffic

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on May 8, 2010
Posted Under: Private Label Rights

Many newbies to Internet marketing who have not yet compiled their list of contacts, are using private label rights and ebook directories to generate traffic to their websites.

If you don’t already have a compiled list, or a ready made audience such as a newsletter, forum, high traffic website or blog; you can still get your ebook into the hands of your prospects.

You can simply rework or modify a private label rights ebook, and submit it to all the ebook directories you can find online.

Using private label rights and ebook directories to generate traffic isn’t a new concept; but in order for it to be effective, you need to create an extremely useful and entertaining ebook.

The idea is to make your new creation go viral.

The obvious way to do this is to come up with either an entertaining product, a controversial product, or even an offensive product to offer the public.

Although I don’t recommend producing offensive materials and associating it with your product, some online marketers are successful using this strategy to improve the odds of getting the ebook in front of as many readers as possible.

Once you have your modified ebook, and are satisfied it will attract readers, do a Google search for “free ebook directories”.

You’ll discover hundreds of potential sites where you can submit your modified PLR ebook.

One site you should not forget to submit your ebook to, is Lulu.com!

Although it doesn’t exactly fall into the free ebook directory category; it’s a place where you can create an ebook for others to download.

The site also give you other promotional tools, such as an author’s page and a free blog.

By taking advantage of these tools, you can also get free one way links back to your website.

If you haven’t yet tried using private label rights and ebook directories to generate traffic to your website, you’re missing out on an easy way to build your list and get your site more “face time”.

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