Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Why PLR Content is the Money Making Black Sheep of the Web

PLR content is without a doubt the black sheep of the web. Is it fair? Is there a bit of discrimination going on here?

What is PLR Content? For those who may not know about this type of writing, PLR stands for private label rights content. It's sold to more than one party. But, you may be thinking, "Then it should be the black sheep. Why would anyone want to use content that can be found on other sites?"

As with most things in life, there's more than one side to this story. Guess who's making money from PLR content while discriminating against individual PLR content providers? Read the "hot topic" article Is PLR Content Dead? on InkwellEditorial.com.

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1 comment:

LShep said...

I liked the article- there are some problems with it when people use it as-is. Most experienced PLR buyers take it and customize it, though. That way they get high-quality content without having to pay for a completely original article and they still end up with one that is customized to their needs.