I don’t use PLR on this blog!
This might seem unusual to many people. Just consider all the blogs that you visit and how many of them contain posts which look, in many ways, familiar.
A lot of the time, that’s because they are PLR and are all generated from the same source.
My view is that there are enough interesting areas to write about, that there’s absolutely no need to go for someone else’s content to fill it out. Plus, when you’re visting, it means you know that you’re getting something that you can’t read anywhere else.
I hope you can see the value in that!
Not that there’s anything wrong with PLR. It can be useful to quickly put up a niche blog, or for product development. And, if you change it substantially, it is in effect a different product. The easiest way I know to do that is to convert a textual product into a video. When you have a different media format then you have something which is, for all intents and purposes, original.
I also can’t say that every idea on this blog is entirely original. To be honest, there are very few original and unique ideas under the sun. But, just presenting something in a different way and a different insight should be enough to make it valuable.
So, if you do use PLR on your marketing blog, just think carefully about what you’re trying to achieve. Will it really bring you the visitors and respect that you’re hoping for?
Do you have an opinion on using PLR? Just add your comments below.