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PLR is Private Label Rights. When you buy PLR’s rights you are buying private label rights to a article, ebook, software or plr product, You can edit the PLR material as much or as little as you’d like, why not add your own company or private name as author/ owner, build authority in your field.
PLR Articles are most common type of PLR Private Label Rights used for
PLR products can also be offered/for sale through auction sites, the term PLR can also apply to ebooks, videos, audio files, and software.
Website earners, smart business owners and webmasters use PLR articles PLR EBooks and PLR products to save time. Like outsourcing but a lot cheaper and saves you a lot of time and effort, Let’s you build a website overnight.
YES BUT am I wasting my time! because i have heard that duplicate content carries no weight at Google for example? Watch This by Greg Grothaus, a Google Search Quality Engineer, was created on August 12, 2009 – so this is current information on the Duplicate Content Issue coming directly from the source.
Here Is A Quote From the Source:-
” The first issue that Greg Grothaus ( Google Search Quality Engineer) discusses is the common myth about the Duplicate Content Penalty. He explains how they create a set of results for any given search query, and explains that there is actually no penalty.”
We know leading webmasters that have built 100s of websites that after 3-9 months gain PR4 and PR5 built with PLR private label rights content? Including a mix of 10-15% Unique content to add value .
Most downloadable products (e-books, software, audio files, etc.) come with a digital product license. This license may range from personal use to resale rights to the permission to change the product in any way you like (private label rights). Understanding a product’s license is key to using it legally and avoiding potential ramifications if you don’t.
The most basic digital product license is when you purchase a downloadable product for personal use. Then you can use the product yourself and that’s all. Some product developers protect their products by requiring a code for activation (for example, registration number, username and password, or serial number).
For a product with giveaway rights, you can give it a w a y free but you cannot sell the product . Usually, you cannot change the product in any way. The exception is if the product includes rebranding rights. These rebrand rights let you replace the affiliate links in the product with your own affiliate links.
How can you use it? With giveaway rights, you can give away the product as an incentive to join your mailing list. If you are selling a product, you can use the giveaway product as a bonus. Or you can just give the product away on your Web site to attract visitors. The additional benefit of having rebranding rights is that you can make money from the affiliate links.
Basic resale rights (sometimes called resell rights) mean that after you buy the product, you have the right to sell it (unchanged unless specified otherwise in the license) to another buyer. You cannot sell the resale rights.
With master resale rights, you can sell the product and the rights to sell the product. If the terms of the license permit, you can also sell the master resale rights. However, some products have non-transferable master resale rights, which means you can sell the product and the resale rights, but you cannot include the master resale rights.
How can you use it? The obvious advantage to resale rights is that you can make money without having to create a product. Having master resale rights lets you charge more for the product. You just have to put up the marketing page (often included with the product) and get qualified visitors to page.
A point to remember, a resale rights license may or may not forbid that you can give the product away free or as part of a membership site, so be sure to check.
Generally, if you want to change a product in any way, you need private label rights (PLR). You can then customize the product or the content of the product and use it in a variety of ways.
Private label rights do NOT automatically include resale rights, unless specified as part of the license.
Let’s look at a few different scenarios. You purchase a PLR package of articles. The license may give you the right to change the articles in any way you like and publish them on your Web site, in a newsletter, in article directories, or as part of an e-book that you create to either give away or sell, but the license doesn’t include the right to resell or give away the articles in the same way you purchased them.Another scenario is when you purchase a PLR e-book and the license gives you the right to put your name on the e-book as the author and sell the e-book as is or as you want to modify it. Often, a PLR e-book license includes the rights to break up the e-book into articles and publish them on Web sites or in newsletters.
Some PLR licenses specify that if you use the content for articles to submit to article directories, you must change the content a certain amount (for example, 50 percent).
The advantage to PLR content is that you don’t have to create content from scratch. However, effectively using PLR content on a Web site means rewriting for at least three reasons: the original content is not high-quality, using the content as-is may trigger a duplicate content penalty from the search engines, and the content as written may not fit the voice of your site.
Using reprint articles is an easy, free way to get content for your Web site or newsletter. Because you run the risk of incurring a duplicate content penalty from the search engines if you publish reprint articles on your Web site, they may be more appropriate for a newsletter.
While not the same as other rights, public domain is worth mentioning. A product is in the public domain if it is not protected by copyright, meaning that anyone can use it in any way desired. If a work is not specifically noted as being in the public domain, determining if the work is in the public domain can sometimes be tricky and require legal advice.
To summarize, just a few questions to ask when looking at a digital product license: Can you resell the product? If so, can you resell the resale rights? Can you create a new product? Can you use the content individually or as part of a membership site? Can you package the product with other products or give it away as a bonus? Does the license only let you use the product as Web content or break the product into articles?
Basically, a product’s creator can put any restrictions on the use of the product in the digital product license, so be sure you understand the license before purchasing anything. A well-written license is specific, but since that’s often not the case, know what you want to do with the product, and if that scenario isn’t addressed in the license, ask before you buy.
When it comes to marketing, content is king. For those that engage in network marketing or do any kind of business promotion, one of the biggest challenges is how to get that content. Crawling the web and lifting what you find is, of course, unethical and illegal. All content is issued a copyright as soon as it is finished. You can, however, obtain the rights to use content that someone else created. There are several different types of rights you can buy to content, including resale rights and PLR or private label rights. Resale rights give you the legal authority to redistribute content. They are often more expensive. Most marketers deal with PLR or private label rights, which allow you to use, publish and even change the content to suit your needs. Here are a few tips to help you get the most marketing punch out of your PLR content.
Most contracts for private label rights allow you to alter the content as much as you like and claim authorship of the text, graphics or photos. It is to your benefit to mix things up a bit. This is especially true when it comes to Internet marketing. Search engines rate your site based upon the unique content that they see. If you have the exact same marketing text and articles as your competitors, the odds are that your site will be buried. However, doing simple things like changing article titles and mixing up the body of the piece to make it more personalized can increase your ratings.
Besides changing the content and claiming it as your own, you may or may not have other rights to the content that you have purchased. Different contracts are sold with different terms. Many marketers make the mistake of thinking that they own the content outright and can do whatever they want with it. That’s not the case at all. Some private label rights may specify that you can resell the information, while other creators may be adamant in the contract that you may only use it. Know what the actual terms are so you can be within the bounds of your agreement.
Depending on what your contract says, one of the best ways to use PLR content is to spin it and make it your own. Instead of relying on web crawlers to pick up text and photos that are similar to other websites, you can group similar material into an e-book or photo essay and create an entirely new product. You can also expand your reach by spreading smaller bits of the content out, with guest posts at partnering blogs, perhaps. Think outside the box to get the most impact and really make your private label content unique.