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How To Make Money Selling PLR On Facebook

Today, I’m going to be showing how you can be selling PLR products on Facebook. Not only PLR products, in fact, any digital product. When I mean any digital product, I mean, you can be selling anything other than PLR. For example, you might have created something yourself, such as graphics, logos, music, a website, an ebook, software, etc. basically anything digital. So, keep that in mind, it doesn’t have to be specifically PLR products, it can be a product that you’ve created yourself. Using the same method, I’m about to teach you; this can be used in conjunction with whatever you’re selling. Having your own digital product to sell is one thing, but knowing how to sell it is another whole story altogether. So, I’m going to show you a cool method that you can start right now with no up-front cost. I’m also going to presume that you have your own product ready whether it’s a PLR product or a product you have created yourself. To begin with, there are two sites …

Is the Homepage Dead? 3 Reasons Not to Ignore It.

The homepage was once a valued, integral website asset – the gateway to a company’s brand and a driver of customer engagement. It was so important,there used to be employees whose sole job was tomanage a brand’s homepage -
Then came search and social.

For the past 10 years, the way content gets discovered has evolved dramatically. The rise of Google, and then social media, has created entirely new paths for website visitors to find content without ever navigating to a brand’s homepage.
In 2014, leaked data from The New York Times showed a plunge in its homepage visitors instigating the now commonly accepted belief that this digital real estate has lost its value. Based on internal customer data, just five percent of website visitors enter through the homepage. The other 95 percent are “side-door traffic” visitors, who land on a company’s website via search or social media postings that direct users to a specific page. As a result, marketers are rightfully focusing their efforts on those c…