PLR Articles for WSO... Good idea?

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I'm thinking of selling a bunch of plr articles in the wso section to a limited number of people. Do you think there's still a lot if money to be made here or is this just a boring offer people eill pass up on? What I'm saying is, do peopke still make a lot of money from PLR articles?
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    Originally Posted by abilify182 View Post

    I'm thinking of selling a bunch of plr articles in the wso section

    Just to avoid any confusion, you're proposing to sell articles you've written with a PLR license? You're not going to try to sell articles that came to you as PLR - correct?

    If that's the case, you might have limited success. In my mind, PLR is always best when it's tightly focused and deeply niched. In other words, it's meaty content with a specific purpose of educating . . . not a general "overview" or whitewash of a subject that could be found anywhere online.

    The reason that I mentioned limited success is because there will only be a portion of the Warriors that will be interested in the niche you choose.

    Good luck with your project,

    Steve
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  • Originally Posted by abilify182 View Post

    I'm thinking of selling a bunch of plr articles in the wso section to a limited number of people. Do you think there's still a lot if money to be made here or is this just a boring offer people eill pass up on? What I'm saying is, do peopke still make a lot of money from PLR articles?
    If you can compete with the quality of content that warriors such as Tiffany Lambert provide, then yes you could make some money.




    However, if your post here is representative of your PLR quality, (based on the amount of work someone would have to do to correct typos based on the errors in your short question) then I'd say providing PLR articles may not be your cup of tea.
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