Individuals, colleges and universities and companies can also use the PLR Pack for their own use. For instance, firms can use it for the cost-effective training of their employees on how to use YouTube.
The PLR Pack guides the user step-by-step, with screenshots, on how to perform a task.
Each topic tutorial is in DOC and PPT format. The latter is particularly useful for training a large number of users in a classroom.
With the PPT version of the PLR Pack, a user can navigate the content in a linear or non-linear way. The user can also go to the tutorial Quick Reference from any screen with a single click of a button.
A salient feature of the How to Use YouTube Tutorials - PLR Pack is that it also has eight interactive exercises, in PPT format, on select sub-topics of the main topics. The interactive exercises make learning engaging and fun.
The PLR Pack presents the interactive exercises through real-word scenarios. The user solves the situation in a scenario through, for example, completing a learn-by-doing exercise. Hints are given, in certain cases, for the user to find the answer to a problem. Graphics in the interactive exercises add depth to the scenarios.
The How to Use YouTube Tutorials - PLR Pack has eight topics. These are:
1. How to Create a YouTube Account?
2. How to Upload a Video to YouTube?
3. How to make your YouTube Video list in Search Engine Results?
4. How to Edit your YouTube Video Info?
5. How to make Enhancements to your YouTube Video?
6. How to Use the YouTube Video Editor?
7. How to Delete a YouTube Video?
8. How to Embed a YouTube Video in a Web Page?
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Each topic tutorial has a Quick Reference for users that want a faster overview of how to perform a task. Such a snapshot of steps is available in the DOC and PPT format of the tutorials.
The Quick Reference, in the PPT format, has a link to the screen that illustrates a step with a screenshot. Such a screen may also have additional info. For example, a screen may include tips.
In each slide of the PPT version of the tutorial, on the left side, the links to all the steps for performing a task are given.
If there are, for example, three steps for a task, the text Step 1, Step2 and Step3 are placed on the left side of all the slides. Each text block is then linked to the slide that explains the step, if applicable, with a screenshot.
With the links to all the steps available in each of the slides of a tutorial, the user can navigate in a non-linear manner.
To navigate the slides, the user can click the buttons or use the left or right arrow keys.
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PLR Content Central.com produces quality PLR (Private Label Rights) content, in DOC and PPT format, that can be sold as e-books or reports. Buyers can also use the PLR content for their own use. The PLR Content Central.com PLR content features interactive exercises.