Outsource PLR management for a more efficient workflow.
You’re already balancing too many plates, so although you value PLR content, you don’t know how you’ll find the time to actually use it.
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Bring out your delegation skills.
I used to think I lacked delegation skills, but, as I looked back on my life I found I don’t lack this skillset, I rarely use it. And, when I do use it, it’s not for the benefit of making my life easier. It’s usually because I’m lazy.
Do you have siblings?
I have 2 sisters.
When I was younger I delegated responsibilities all the time to my sisters. No overthinking, just give the order, and it usually gets done.
Are you married or do you live with someone? You’ve probably delegated.
Have you ever asked someone else to do the dishes?
Have you ever allowed your spouse to “handle” the finances?
Do you have a housekeeper?
Do you mow your lawn?
Do you hire a tutor for your child’s math or reading?
Do you have someone else pick up and dispose of your trash?
So, it’s not really the lack of delegation skills, it’s not knowing when to delegate. And, if you know when to delegate you might find things like stubbornness or control get in the way.
3 Simple steps to Outsource PLR Management
Yes, this can be simple, but the setup – finding the VA, training them, and setting up your systems and processes is hard work. Once this is taken care of, you’re ready to go.
A few resources to help you out…
- Find a VA* – add a request for proposal
- Free Get Stuff Done short report* – 6 ways to upgrade your productivity
Step 1: Choose the Product
What needs to be done with the PLR Content?
Step 2: Outsource to your Admin Assistant
Send a work order to your assistant (or find a V.A. by sending a request for proposal)- let her know what needs to be done and when it needs to be done. You’ll need to give her access to your accounts. You can safely share passwords with LastPass.
Step 3: Review and Launch
Review the work (and leave feedback for your VA) and then launch it.
Is what you were delivered what you asked for? Launch it.
If not, review the project with your VA for corrections. This is the perfect time to teach not scold.
Remember: When a job is well done, leave feedback for your VA. This is like her resume for future clients.
The next time you’re stressing out or feeling guilty about the PLR content on your hard drive, give it a purpose, outsource it, and then launch. Just like everything else it gets easier with practice. Oh, and if you find a great V.A. keep her.
Over the next 31 days, I’ll share how you can use done-for-you content to save your time, your money, and most importantly, your sanity.
This will be packaged up into an eBook at the end so I invite you to share in the comments of each post (you’ll be added as a contributor). What should you share?
- Why do you use done-for-you content?
- If not, why don’t you?
- Have you ever heard of PLR (private label rights) content?
- What keeps you from using it?
- What is your biggest struggle with using the dfy content you own?