Saturday, August 8, 2015

Using PLR Articles on Your Blog

PLR (Private Label Rights) are again becoming a hot topic in the blogging and book publishing world because people want to run a blog or publish a Kindle book, but they don't have time to write all the articles necessary to build a large blog or create a book. So, like them or hate them, PLR articles are going to keep growing in popularity.

PLR articles are articles that are sold to website owners and bloggers. When you buy PLR articles, you are buying the rights to use them in any way you see fit. You can edit the articles, change the titles of the articles, and publish them under any name you choose to use.

Where to Buy PLR Articles


If you have never bought and used PLR articles before, you can start looking for some PLR articles on Fiverr.com. For $5 you can buy anywhere from 20 articles to a database of thousands of articles.

Also, do a Google search on "warrior forum PLR articles". You will get lists and recommendations of places you can buy PLR articles.

If you want to test out your editing skills, you can also do a search for "free PLR articles" and try your hand at rebranding with the only cost being your time.

Edit the PLR Articles


Never publish PLR right away. You need to edit them, expand upon the articles, re-spin them, and re-title them. Sound like a lot of work? Not really. If you sit down and work on one article at a time, you can break the articles down and give them subheadings. You can toss in a bit of your own knowledge and personal experience into the mix, or, if you don't want to be bothered, head over to Fiverr.com again and hire someone to edit and rewrite your PLR articles. There are plenty of people there who offer this service.

Easier to Write Your Own, But...


I have never used a PLR article, but I have been researching them for the past few days after I discovered PLRs being sold on Fiverr. Since I write full-time for a living, I find it far easier to write my own blog posts than to have to sit down and edit a pre-written article.

On the other hand, if you are fairly new to writing articles, PLRs might be a great place for you to start. You get semi-structured articles that you can change and expand upon. You don't have to brainstorm lists of article ideas because the basic ideas are already there for you.

Really, if you are truly in a bind for blog posts and are out of ideas and have little to no skills at writing, why not try your hand at rebranding PLR articles? The way I see it, it's a bit like re-skinning an app: you take the bare bones and turn it into something unique.

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