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Old 05-20-2016, 03:25 AM
imbelhassen imbelhassen is offline
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Question about PLR


So I wanted to use PLR ebooks or article just to get some ideas and information to write about.
But all PLR article or ebooks doesn't link to their sources.
I thought that we need to credit our source of information when credit is due ! so why PLR products does not and is it ok to use such information without knowing their sources ?
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Old 05-20-2016, 05:41 PM
snakeair snakeair is offline
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The problem with PLR books is that you do not know if the information is legit or 100% up-to-date with current times. Long long time ago, I promoted these books in which was just a total ripoff, I wasted my money with the company promoting methods that was old and would get you a Google Penalty.

Look, if you own a website in a niche you know a lot about or even an expert in, you should have zero problems writing content because you have knowledge in your head. Blog about your feelings on certain things in your niche, link to outside resources...etc

If you have no clue what to write about and need to read articles to get information then you are doing this all wrong because you are just rehashing content you let someone else do all the hard investigation on.

Here is a blog post that will help you think and perhaps come up with topics on your own for any niche website.

This is long but worth it. Trust me.

Don’t Know What to Write About? Here’s the Real Reason Why…

When you don’t know what to write about, it’s a huge red flag.

When you don’t know what to write about, it’s a sign that you’re disconnected from your audience.

Your focus isn’t on the people who really matter. If it was, finding a topic wouldn’t be an issue. When you’re well connected to your audience and their needs and interests, topic ideas abound.

As I thought about my own work, I realized that the best or most important posts and projects I’ve produced over the past few years usually started as one of the following:
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