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5 Ways to Use PLR Articles Without Rewriting Them

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Posted 5th June 2010 at 03:44 PM by summer07

People have been trained that they have to rewrite PLR articles in order to benefit from them, but it's just not true.

The good news is that Google doesn't penalize sites for 'duplicate content'. That myth gets perpetuated because way back in the early days of the internet, people were setting up spam sites with pages full of keywords instead of content and Google 'slapped' them -- but you won't be doing that with your PLR articles, right?

So try a few of these ideas with the next set of new PLR articles that you buy, or any of them that are waiting for you on your hard drive.
  1. Use PLR articles as introductions, captions or explanations for videos.Find related topics on YouTube and use them to create blog posts, like this one about PLR and the 'duplicate content penalty' on my blog.

  2. Create PowerPoint-type videos using PLR articles and post to video sites for backlinks and traffic.

  3. Create a 'place holder' site with 5 or more PLR pages when you buy a domain name that you just can't resist -- even if you don't rewrite a single word. You can come back to it and add to the content later. But even if you never touch it again, you'll have an online asset that you can sell later on for a profit -- an aged domain that's indexed by Google (even if it's not on page one!).

  4. Set up PLR articles on your blog to drip post between your original posts. You'll multiply the pages on your site with half the effort. Just make sure that the PLR articles you use are a good fit with your niche so that the search engine spiders see them as relevant content.

  5. Add some long tail keywords and post the PLR articles to your site using deep linking tactics. That simply means that you create anchor text using some of the keywords in the PLR to link with other pages on your site.

Even if you're using WordPress with a 'relevant links' plug in, it can help to include some internal links in the body of the text. When search engine spiders find and follow these contextual links, your site gets known faster for being an authority on its topic, which help it rank higher in the SERPs (search engine results pages).
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