When you hear “PLR” (Private Label Rights) what do you think of? Rehashed trashy content you wouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole or even consider buying due to the risk of receiving a penalty for duplicate content? Is PLR trash or treasure? The short answer is – it depends…

If you’ve hesitated to use PLR in the past because of horror stories of poorly written PLR, (or your own bad experience), and bloggers who’ve been penalized for duplicate content, then stick around – there’s good news.





Comments


Written by tiroberts
3346 days ago

As noted, the key to PLR is using well-researched material from proven sources. Informative writeup Carol. Thanks for sharing!



Written by Carol_Amato
3346 days ago

Hello, Ti,

Great to hear from you. :-)

Thanks for your encouragement, I appreciate it.

Have a great weekend.

˜Carol



Written by adrian1015
3349 days ago

Hi Carol,

An interesting article. I never used private label rights, but surely I consider this.

Just click your shop . . and it was nice,

Have a good day.

Adrian



Written by Carol_Amato
3349 days ago

Thanks, Adrian - I appreciate your visit and comment.

My PLR Shoppe is fresh well-researched, well-written content that is available at $1 per page, which is excellent.

Thanks for stopping by to share your thoughts. :-)

˜Carol



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