Private Label Rights articles are a great compromise between writing your own articles and publishing someone else’s articles. You can just write your name on the articles and you have content for your blog or website. You can even get articles for free or else very cheaply.
Of course there is a common problem that many people find with PLR articles: Duplicate Content.
Hundreds if not thousands of people will have the same articles that you have; only they will put their name on it. This means that many other people will see your articles and think of them as junk because your content is not unique and not original. This means that your PLR articles are useless, so you cannot use them for content on your website or blog.
But there is a way to solve this. Instead of just taking the PLR articles as they are and just posting them on your website or blog, you obviously need to alter them in some way so that they are unique and truly are your own content.
The easiest way to change them is known as “spinning” them. This means taking the article and changing the wording and some of the structure so that it is completely unique. Yes, it will have the exact same message as the original article, but it will be unique in the fact that it is worded differently than the thousands of other articles on the internet from the people who obtained the same article as you did.
This means that you will now have unique articles that you can post on your blog or website and people will see them and not view them as duplicate content.
Another thing you can do is while you are spinning your article you can remove parts that you do not agree with and add your own ideas into the article, making it even more unique.
I personally use an article spinner to spin my articles for me so I can save even more time, and you can use them as well. There are some free ones that you can find, although I have found them to be generally more difficult to use and not as effective.
But essentially you just need to remember that if you are using PLR content that you need to alter it so that it is not the same as thousands of others on the internet and you will not have the problem of duplicate content like many other people run into.
This is a guest post by Shawn Horwood. Shawn Horwood is an internet and affiliate marketer who has spent hundreds of hours determining which methods of internet and affiliate marketing actually work and which ones do not. Now he offers much of what he has learned for free, including information on choosing affiliate programs, generating traffic, website creation, search engine optimization and other topics related to affiliate marketing.