So, some months ago (my 2nd post) I put up an idea for program creators and that was to make a program that helps to keep your plr files (ebooks, articles, etc) in one place.
Turns out someone was probably reading my blog or the word got out quick… cause literally 3 months later (while I wasn’t creating content for this blog) a new software called “PLR Organizer” comes out.
WHO would have thought!?!? (Shoot, if I had known that was gonna happen, I would be right on board for a launch.)
Anyway, so it came out and luckily, I was available to get it. I haven’t been able to use the program to its full potential yet (cause it’s just been on my computer, just “THERE”) but the program looks really good and would be a lot smoother if my computer wasn’t so slow.
Here’s what it looks like:
The program indexes Videos, Ebooks, Articles, Graphics, Software and Audio. Pretty much everything a typical marketer would use if they bought plr content in their niche.
What surprised me was the tasks/outsourcers section because IMO that is an advanced part of the program that could make this program worth a serious amount of money (if it isn’t already). To be honest, the perceived value is there already.
Lastly, the tools section even has a word processor… so there’s really no excuses when it comes to making/rewriting a plr product.
This product was made to manage plr products and the last thing I expected was a word processor. Open office and Microsoft Word already satisfy those requirements but an extra word processor doesn’t hurt at all.
I really like this product and I will be using it in the near future. Here’s the craziest part about this product:
Yes, to be honest, I really was hoping it wasn’t so I could do a full product review and “potentially” pre-sell it, but it’s FREE.
So, if you want it, click this link or the one below this one.
More content coming your way soon. Just gotta get back on it.
EDIT Apr. 2019: Francis’ link is down. I will try to find a link myself or I will try to upload the software myself so you guys can still get it.
Links don’t work
So at the time of this post, the software was still being sold. However, this was one of those IM launches that launch for a week and then disappear within the next week or within the month. Unfortunately, as a result of that, my links for this post may not work. I will try to find a different program that achieves the same result.
Thanks for your comment!
I have a Windows program that I believe achieves the same, or better, result as “PLR Organizer.” If interested, please email and I will supply a link.
I’ve been looking to update this post since the original software featured in this post is obsolete. So I’d love to see what you’ve come across.
trackmycontent.com is a website containing info about the software. Some info is not 100% current, because I have been updating the software and have not yet updated the website.
trackmycontent.com/tmc/doc contains a FAQ, documentation and a site map.
trackmycontent.com’s main page has a Buy button. Clicking it takes you to a page with a Trial button at the bottom. Click the Trial button, but not just yet, because I am preparing to upload the latest version of the software. It should be ready later today.
The software is very integrated and automated, designed to keep your work to a minimum. A Campaign tracking section (for PLR and more) lets you drag-and-drop files into a campaign. The files are effortlessly also loaded into a database, called a Content Pool, which is essentially a Library of content. The files are automatically marked in the Content Pool (Library) to track that they are being used in the campaign you dropped them into. If you later also use a file in another campaign, the file will also be marked to indicate its use in that campaign.
You can edit the files, if desired.
Then, when ready, the content is packaged for either standard publishing or drip-feed publishing.
There’s also an incredibly powerful Cataloger that speeds through loading files into the Content Pool by rounding-up files, expanding archives (even nested ones), filtering out duplicate files, and importing metadata into the database.
There’s also an integrated Events system for current and future (to do) events to track anything about campaigns and content.
I will let you know when the latest version of the software has been uploaded.
I checked out the website. It seems like you have a solid program here. I’d like to try it out but I’m not going to ask you for review access. I’ll just purchase it.
This seems good enough to do a review on… do you happen to have an affiliate program?
The Trial option is ready now, but Paypal is giving an error with the paid option. So, I need to troubleshoot that error. The paid Paypal option used to work, so I need to figure out what’s changed.
I don’t currently have an affiliate program in place.
I’ll let you know when I sort out the Paypal error. The Trial option is there for you if you wish to use it, and you can still purchase when I get the Paypal error fixed… soon, I hope.
I’ll wait for your fixes. I’m quite interested in this; It’s been a minute since I’ve seen or heard of a potential replacement for what I originally posted here.
Let me know when you get it all done. I am also interested in promoting for it as well.
Can’t wait to get my official use (the right way by buying it…?, aside from a trial option).
I do have a question though… will this software work on newer operating systems (win 10, 11)?
It’s been tested on XP through 10, but not 11 yet.
Cool. It seems a lot of people (myself included) still run win10 so, we should be alright for that.
I believe the PayPal link is fixed. Took longer to troubleshoot than I expected.
When you install the software, it will give you a message about the author being unknown or something like that. Just click through that. That message will be going away in future downloads after I get a code signing certificate.