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Dispelling The Duplicate Content Myth About PLR Content

If there’s one thing that scares an internet marketer more than anything else, it has to be the fear of having all their sites delisted because of duplicate content.

But what if I said you had a better chance of being ‘eaten by a shark’ then you would of being picked up for violating this regulation set out by Google and the other search engines!

Expose the Myth Once And For All

When in the past has a site been delisted directly as a result of using PLR content? Very rarely I can tell you!

In fact I haven’t met a single marketer who uses PLR content that has been caught violating the duplicate content rule. So what does this mean?

It means that whatever you’ve been told about the connection between PLR content and the duplicate content rule is a lot of bunk.

We all know that when you purchase PLR content, the chances are you’re going to have to share it with a certain number of marketers.

This has been a major deterrent to purchasing such content, even though the truth is, it’s completely safe.

So What Is The Duplicate Content Rule?

In your website content development, the duplicate content rule pertains to copying a site, word for word. Or mimicking the exact design and layout of the other site.

Of course the search engines are going to delist you if you do this! You may as well download someone else's site and re-upload it to your own server under a different domain!

Using PLR content on a completely unique looking site won't offend the search engines at all. And why should it?

Sure you may have some content on your site that is the same somewhere else, but you may also have some other unique content that will benefit the visitors to your site.

Rewriting PLR Content

I bet I know what you’re thinking. Your thinking "why has this guy been telling us this whole time that PLR content is completely safe and now he's going to talk about rewriting!"

The truth is there are more advantages to using unique content than there is for using just straight copied PLR content.

Think about it. Would the search engines be more likely to rank a page with unique content than a page that has the same content found elsewhere?

Of course! Now you’re thinking "what's the point of having PLR content then?"

When we say rewrite, that only means rewriting a fraction of the PLR content you have available. 25% would be a good percentage to aim for, which should take you hardly any time at all. This insures your pages are going to be looked at by the search engines as being unique content, which will more than likely be ranked higher than the articles copied word for word.

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