PLR ArticlesJul 10
PLR articles can be a way to quickly load your site with content. PLR stands for “private label rights.” In short, this means that you purchase not just the right to use the blog article, you also purchase the right to alter the article and put your own name on it as the author. In general, you do not get the right to resell PLR articles.
You’ll see PLR articles for as little as $1 each, or even less. Does that sound like a great way to build blog or web site content quickly?
Should you buy them?
That depends. PLR content is good filler. If you’re going to be unable to blog for a bit, PLR is an option to keep posts coming when you can’t write them. Personally, I wouldn’t use them as a major source of content.
One thing to keep in mind is that PLR content isn’t unique. Writers sell bundles of PLR articles over and over, and that’s why they are able to sell them so cheaply. That makes them affordable, but you also have to be concerned that the content you’re using will appear elsewhere online.
You can, of course, edit the PLR articles to make them your own. You’ll want to fix any grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors before letting it appear on your site. Add your own twist, images, or thoughts to further personalize the PLR articles in order to add value.
Should you write and sell them?
PLR content can be a good source of passive income, if you’re willing to put in some time up front researching and writing. Because you choose the topics, you can write on subject you’re familiar with and have some knowledge about. Group your PLR articles in bundles of five or ten and sell them from your own site. You can set up a simple shopping cart to handle purchases.
Thanks to Baddog for the image.