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In Fred’s Tip #7  For Oldie Newbies  I mentioned PLR.

I have become a “Free E-book Download Junkie” because of PLR so let me explain in more detail what it is.

What is PLR?

PLR stands for “Private Label Rights”.  When you obtain PLR content, you can re-use it with the rights to claim it as your own content. Basically, you add your name as author, break it up into articles, sell it, and/or give it away free.  Make sure you read the license after you obtain it.  You don’t want any lawsuits.

Most PLR articles are sold many times over to different marketers and it’s very common that hundreds or thousands of people own the same PLR articles. Due to this, you will end up with “duplicate content” so don’t be surprised when you find out that you’re not buying unique content (this is also the reason why PLR content is relatively cheap to purchase and often free).

There are many PLR.COMs on internet.  Google “PLR” and you’ll get a list that goes on for many pages.

PLR is a great way to get a good education about many things quickly.  I use it for internet marketing and my computer geek friends are amazed at how much more I know about internet marketing than they do.

Remember one thing :  Most PLR is junk and a lot is written by non-native speakers .

If you are an oldie and/or newbie and you have good English skills, you can clean it up easily.

Check out PLR and see if it is right for you.

Looking forward to your success.

Fred Horstman

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