Hello, I’m Helen and I made PLR video tutorials. If you’re wondering exactly what that means, then let me explain!
Many small businesses need video tutorials for their clients, for example a web designer may want to offer WordPress tutorial videos so her clients can update their own websites or someone who owns a membership site to teach clients how to start home businesses may want tutorials to help members set up their websites.
The trouble is that creating a quality video takes a surprising amount of time and effort, which is in short supply if you’re running a small business. You could outsource it, but this can be expensive. My PLR video tutorials offer you the best of both worlds – I create the videos for you but because I’m selling them many times over, I can afford to do it at a much lower price than if I was working one-to-one.
Here’s an example of a PLR video tutorial:
This type of video has a PLR (private label rights) licence. A PLR licence used for some digital products including videos, reports, ebooks, courses, templates, checklists, sales pages, graphics and more. It’s similar to buying a royalty free photo for your website – you can use it as your own and edit it, too.
You could take my videos and edit them together, cut parts out and even add your own material. The easiest edits you could make would be to remove my intros and add your own.
Here’s a video where I’ve added an intro and an outro to a Camtasia template:
In this case I added a new intro and outro (blue slides) and left the original intro and outro (white text on black) because I wanted to demonstrate the whole of the video. If you were using this video on your own site you would probably remove the original black slides.
You can also edit the videos in other ways, too. For most videos I offer transcripts, so you could re-record the audio using your own voice or someone with a accent local to you if you felt my voice wasn’t quite right. This is a little extra work, but is still going to be faster than recording the tutorial videos yourself from scratch.
I hope that helps explain a little! If you’d like to see my PLR video tutorials, just click here.