This is an offer you cannot refuse…
While I can’t make any promises I will try to keep the cheasy cultural references to that one. As I told you, no promises though
Here’s the offer.
10 (11 actually, but I’ll get to that) Azon Gardening product reviews with PLR rights for the total sum of $2.5.
That’s roughly, if my math doesn’t fail me, a quarter per review. Yay, my math rocked!
As long as you don’t transfer the PLR rights what you do with these reviews is your business. My suggestion is that you use them to make some money, but I’m not going to force you to do that. It’s totally your choice.
Nice of me right? I’m very much like that.
Now, you’re obviously wondering why I’m selling my hard work for that kind of money (as in almost no money at all) and I have to say I think that’s an excellent question.
The truth is I’m not a household name. There are other PLR vendors out there who could sell this stuff for higher prices based on their reputation alone. I don’t have that kind of reputation. Yet.
To get that, however, I need to get my material out there. I need to get people to give it a shot and come to the realization that my PLR material is just what’s been missing in their lives.
Setting the price at a measly $2.5 is how I hope to persuade you to do just that.
“Yeah! Right!” I hear someone say. “You’re selling it that cheap because it’s crap, Mike.”
I have to say, I’m really, really offended by that notion
I get where you’re coming from, but I’m still offended 😀
Look. I too have wasted pennies and dimes (and a lot of them, and even some quarters!) on cheap PLR that wasn’t fit for toilet paper. I totally get why you’re reluctant.
That’s why I’m going to put my money…ermmm…words, actually, where my mouth is. (And isn’t that a fitting place to put ones words? I think it is).
Below, you see a sample review from the pack. Read it and weep…I mean rejoice. Yes. Definitely rejoice, don’t weep.
Worm Factory 360 WF360B Worm Composter
Composting is one of the best ways to add valuable nutrients to your organic garden. Even if your garden isn’t organic or that’s not something you’re particularly concerned about compost is a valuable asset.
The problem with composting, however, is that it can be quite a hassle. You have to mess with worms and dirt and slimy stuff. At the best of times, it’s just not fun. However, most determined organic gardeners will get past that little issue and get on with it. It would, however, be nice if there was a slightly easier way to make compost. The Worm Factory 360 Worm Composter claims to be a tool that does exactly that.
On the face of it, one of the best arguments backing up their story is that the product has more than 240 reviews and a 4.5 rating. That means the product consistently gets a high rating. It’s actually quite entertaining reading some of the customer reviews. You can see how people are at first wary of having too much to do with the worms, but as time passes a lot of people start to get really excited about their worms.
In more than one way, that is slightly weird.
The key point that gets people excited is how fast it is. The Worm Factory 360 Composter claims to generate the first batch of compost in just 3 months. That is a lot faster than traditional methods, which can take as long as 2 years to create compost you can actually use in your garden. What makes this system so good at generating compost can off course not be boiled down to one thing, but here are some of the key points:
The composter is separated in shelves. That means you don’t have to get real dirty to move the compost around.
The shelves are stacked. This helps the worms natural inclination to move up in the world. Towards the good bits, they need to turn into compost.
The set has everything you need to get started. It has the worms you need to start creating compost, and it also has paper shreds and a lot of other things. Most important when you’re first starting out is off course the instructions. They are very good and make it easy to start making compost.
Assembly is worry-free as there really isn’t much assembly. You just need to follow the simple instructions and start stacking the shelves.
Now, there’s a lot of positive stuff here. It seems one of the major dangers of the Worm FRactory 360 Worm Composter is that you might get obsessed with worms. If you can live with that you should have any problems. If that’s a major issue, you probably need to stay away from it.
The main gripe I have with it is that it doesn’t seem to be able to hold that much compost. I’m still at the stage where it isn’t anywhere near full, so that may not turn out to be the case.
If you’re new to composting, this would be an excellent product to get you started.
PRODUCT LINK: http://www.amazon.com/Worm-Factory-WF360B-Composter-Black/dp/B002LH47PY/
You’re absolutely free to use this sample on your website even if you don’t buy the package. That’s how nice a guy I am. And it’s also why I had that weird “10 (11) product reviews” going earlier on. I wanted to give a freebie, but I didn’t want buyers to feel cheated
I realize I’ve spent a lot of time so far telling you why you should trust me and not so much on why gardening product reviews are great. The marketing masterminds will be telling me that’s a huge mistake, and they’ll probably be right, but I did feel it was important to allay your fears.
So, why should you use gardening reviews?
The truth is you don’t need to do a lot of market research to figure out that gardening is a huge niche. Heck! It’s probably too big a market to even be called a niche. People spend millions, if not billions, of dollars every year on gardening equipment.
Well, if you have a garden you know how much work you have to put into it to make it look nice. I just moved into my house two years ago and making the garden resemble anything else than a jungle is damn hard work. It doesn’t get easier if you don’t have the right equipment. Even though I don’t like to spend too much money on gardening equipment I still find that I’ve spend upwards of a thousand dollars on equipment this past year.
Yesterday my kids and I went into the garden and harvested some strawberries and some rhubarb. This morning, for breakfast, we were able enjoy the most delicious strawberry and rhubarb jam.
Nothing beats that. Nothing.
Whether it’s because people want to be self-sufficient or because they want to enjoy something nice people don’t mind spending a ton of money on their garden.
It’s an investment in happiness.
For a mere $2.5 you can can help people achieve that kind of happiness. And while helping people become happier you get to make a tidy sum of money.
How that isn’t a win-win situation I don’t know
Here’s exactly what you’re getting:
- 6 Organic gardening product reviews (500 word minimum per review)
- 5 Garden tool reviews (500 word minimum per review)
- My “As-Is” product research. That is, my list of products I potentially wanted to write reviews for. With this list you’re able to continue expanding your site and your profits. The list contains more than 60 products!
That’s what you get for $2.5.