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Old 04-21-2010, 02:50 PM
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how much will you buy a rewritten articles?

how much will you buy a rewritten plr articles since it really is good more than the original ones?
 
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Just my personal opinion; I don't buy rewrites at all. They are stolen content.
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Agree......original articles can be had cheap....(considering)
Rehashed PLR....not a good idea.....
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they're not duplicates so i guess they're concidered original articles.
so if ever you'll buy one, how much will be the price you will concider?

IF EVER, just tell me the price.
 
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I didn't have experience of rewrite articles, but i think that are like an original.These are beneficial if don't possess duplicate content.
 
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Old 04-24-2010, 07:37 AM
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You can write some great articles all by yourself. It is the matter of time and gaining writing experience and nothing is impossible. After launching your website, have a glance at the article directories and raise your awareness level about the subject matters. After some time, you would learn a lot about the topics and could commence writing cool materials without having to spend anything.
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Hired a content writter before but she stole an article from other writters. That was so annoying.

Ok to just give you an idea 3 to 4 dollars for 300 words article. well, it depends on the writings of the person.
 
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Sorry but I can't see how you can get anything decent for 3 or 4 dollars. I would like see some examples. You would be 10 times better of being a window cleaner or flipping burgers here in the UK.
 
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they're not duplicates so i guess they're concidered original articles.
By whom, if I may so inquire?
 
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how much will you buy a rewritten plr articles since it really is good more than the original ones?
Have you considered that what you are doing is likely illegal?

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False. U.S. Copyright law is quite explicit that the making of what are called "derivative works" -- works based or derived from another copyrighted work -- is the exclusive province of the owner of the original work. This is true even though the making of these new works is a highly creative process. If you write a story using settings or characters from somebody else's work, you need that author's permission. http://www.templetons.com/brad/copymyths.html
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Copyright infringement (or copyright violation) is the unauthorized or prohibited use of works covered by copyright law, in a way that violates one of the copyright owner's exclusive rights, such as the right to reproduce or perform the copyrighted work, or to make derivative works. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_infringement
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A “derivative work” is a work based upon one or more pre-existing works, such as a translation, musical arrangement, dramatization, fictionalization, motion picture version, sound recording, art reproduction, abridgment, condensation, or any other form in which a work may be recast, transformed, or adapted. A work consisting of editorial revisions, annotations, elaborations, or other modifications which, as a whole, represent an original work of authorship, is a “derivative work”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derivative_work
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how much will you buy a rewritten plr articles since it really is good more than the original ones?
And to answer your question, why on earth would I pay someone to provide me with content that has been plagiarized, therefore putting my own business at risk over a few bucks? I would not pay a single penny. Sorry, that may not be the answer you are looking for, but it is my answer.
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okay. but for those who aren't from US aren't cover with that law are buying some. i've bought twice and i guess the articles are pretty well done. and keywords are optimize and better than the original. i guess the articles are unique though since it passes thru copy paste and truly its unique.
 
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okay. but for those who aren't from US aren't cover with that law are buying some.
Are you absolutely sure the data center is not in the States? Just because I buy hosting from a Canadian hosting company that does not mean the actual server is in Canada.

Are you absolutely sure that the country that is involved does not have an agreement to honour other country copyright laws?
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Are you absolutely sure the data center is not in the States? Just because I buy hosting from a Canadian hosting company that does not mean the actual server is in Canada.
Are you absolutely sure that the country that is involved does not have an agreement to honour other country copyright laws?
so its still an issue and they can still sue me?

the titles and everything in the articles are change.
i'm pretty sure they can't find fault to those articles not even one.
 
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Just my personal opinion; I don't buy rewrites at all. They are stolen content.
I second Scriptman, they are stolen content and you are still able to go after the people who re-write the content with DMCA.
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I second Scriptman, they are stolen content and you are still able to go after the people who re-write the content with DMCA.
My 2 cents . . . stolen content is stolen content, no matter where you are from . . .
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okay. but for those who aren't from US aren't cover with that law are buying some. i've bought twice and i guess the articles are pretty well done. and keywords are optimize and better than the original. i guess the articles are unique though since it passes thru copy paste and truly its unique.
There are laws besides US law regarding copyrights. Can I suggest that you research the following before suggesting that someone may be exempt based on their geographic location?

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so its still an issue and they can still sue me?

the titles and everything in the articles are change.
i'm pretty sure they can't find fault to those articles not even one.
It is still a derivative work.


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okay. but for those who aren't from US aren't cover with that law are buying some. i've bought twice and i guess the articles are pretty well done. and keywords are optimize and better than the original. i guess the articles are unique though since it passes thru copy paste and truly its unique.
What starts out wrong, ends up wrong, no matter where you are from. There is this thing called character, doing what's right, just because it's the right thing to do, not based on if you can get sued or not. Once you lose respect, respect as a person, it is a very difficult thing to get back.
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My 2 cents . . . stolen content is stolen content, no matter where you are from . . .
It is what I said, don't you think?

I regularly have people re-writting our contents and they replaced their company names to claim that is their own work or re-arrange the content to try to make it unique or stealing the copyrighted work spirit which mean the same style of writting.

Now if they stolen content from overseas that's another game...and I doubt you can do something if the site overseas has IP, hosting and registrar the other part of the planet.

The only way to catch them is filing a DMCA complaint with the main search engines.
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