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How To Create "content" For Membership Sites When You Have None (and Don" t Know How To Get It)

Having a membership site is the easy part. It's usually coming up with new and interesting content each and every month that turns people off to them.

On that note, what's the easiest way to get this new content? There are 2 routes to go here, and both are a piece of cake (and don't take a lot of time at all).

The first way to go is by buying or finding PLR (private label rights) packs. That may sound cliche and like something you'd never do, or you may just not know how to do it, but it's totally simple.

You can buy whole packs of PLR material for dirt cheap, like under $10. All you have to do is re-write it and slap your name on it, and all of a sudden you have new content! Don't be turned off by it or anything; PLR is a very viable and easy way to go.

But the second way is SO much better, all for reasons I'll mention below.

The second way to go is to interview people. This is by far the BEST way to get new content, and here's why:

You can find someone in your niche that has a subscriber list and a product of their own, using Clickbank to make it easy. When you interview that person, you can do a live call where you each promote the call to your lists (it doesn't even matter if you don't have one yet). Then, promote their products through the call, directing all the traffic to your affiliate link for that product.

That's one way interviews are amazing. The other thing that makes them so powerful is the relationships you build along the way and the promotion you can get from the already-established people in your niche. You're making contacts with the bigger names in your industry, getting them on a live phone call, and offering great content.

This is what doing that does:

1. brands you as an expert (by association)
2. creates value to your members
3. creates a stream of income (via traffic from your affiliate link)
4. creates unique content for your site!

So that's a couple ways to get new content for your site. Now, the question is what model do you use?

That's the easy part... Simple Six Figures by Paul Evans.

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