What Are Your Thoughts On PLR?

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Just wanted to get a feel for...

a) whether or not you actually use PLR.
b) what are your thoughts on it, good? bad?

Also, perhaps let us know how you use it (place PLR articles directly on your site/blog without alteration, re-write and place on your site/blog, re-write and submit to directories, etc.)
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hlatky
    I use it to helped get my niche sites indexed faster. Personally, I think it helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author WD Mino
    I use unrestricted plr and plr. I never leave it alone. that is why I buy plr so I can use it as a base,idea center,and filler. PLR on it's own is o.k I don't trust anything to represent my business unless I actually create it so I just use it to help me do that. Besides you can do product creation.blog content,article ideas, etc it has huge potential if used properly
    just my thought
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  • Profile picture of the author officer_iron
    I definitely use PLR, however I almost exclusively use it as freebies.
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    I use it in several places. First, I have a couple of junk-blogs and I may post it there as-is. I often use spin-code to make it look unique. It is amazing how few articles are even good enough for my junk-blog.

    PLR books always look promising, but I never seem to have the time/priority to modify them. Strangely enough, I often learn from them, but, like articles, there is a lot of real crap out there.
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Grable
      Yes, I use it....

      sometimes I...

      use it as inspiration..
      rewrite it..
      edit it gently..
      repackage it..
      spin it..
      use it without further effort..

      It just depends....

      chris
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      • Profile picture of the author Giani
        Yes I do. But modify it before publishing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Landon Walsh
    I only use it to help redirect to my original content.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    I use PLR quite a bit but I do rewrite it before putting it on my blog and then I usually rewrite it again before submitting to article directories.

    It is much easier than writing articles from scratch.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ronnie Nijmeh
    I put together a report called: 101 Ways of Using PLR... that should get the ball rolling!
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    • Profile picture of the author sonic74
      Today I find that my PLR articles has better quality from my original writer....

      I guess he is not much experienced with the niche !

      Yes I'm using PLR for inspiring and I will altered a bit if I'm going to place it as a blog content.
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    • Profile picture of the author entry
      Originally Posted by Ronnie Nijmeh View Post

      I put together a report called: 101 Ways of Using PLR... that should get the ball rolling!

      What Blog Theme is that? which has allowed you to get comments?

      I have checked the source, and "theme" is in many places
      , but couldnt find it?
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      • Profile picture of the author summer07
        I think of PLR -- especially from writers I trust -- as a type of outsourcing that I don't have to spend time managing.

        Even though I write and sell my own PLR, I buy and use good quality PLR from other people, too. It saves time when I need niche content for one of my sites and don't want to research a topic myself. BUT I only buy from trusted sources that do sufficient research.

        I've also used other people's PLR when creating tutorials for small business clients to train their staff -- saved me having to write it myself from scratch.

        To save time if I don't feel like rewriting it, I generate a good keyword list and perform some serious on-page SEO using long tail keywords before I post, including cross linking with original content on my sites. Optimizing PLR can make a big difference in how it contributes to a site's performance.
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  • Profile picture of the author charlesburke
    I use it two ways.

    One way is with heavy rewriting, strictly as a source of ideas. The other way, for a couple of my niche blogs, is to post it mostly unedited, but sandwiched between my own intro and summary.

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    • Profile picture of the author Ted_B
      Hello,
      I definitely use PLR. What I do with it depends on the quality. I may change the title and the first and last paragraph a bit to make it uniquely mine. Who you buy from makes a big difference in the quality. It's hard to know without seeing a sample, so I just ask for one!
      Thanks,
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        How I use PLR really depends on the quality. Much of what I see is pretty much only suited to mining for seed keywords.

        The next tier is fodder for link building. This is the stuff that gets quickly rewritten and blasted out for backlinks. I pretty much hope no human ever reads it.

        Then there's the good stuff...

        With the exception of posting it unedited, I use the good stuff the same way I use similar material I produce myself.

        I do rewrite to make it my own, but not out any fear of duplicate content. I do it to avoid the potential embarrassment and loss of credibility from someone reading an identical piece under one of my pen names and under someone else's name, too.
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        • Profile picture of the author bradlean
          Oh there is a vote option!

          I was looking for sometimes radial button to choose.

          Sometimes I use PLR.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Alves
    I use it to generate new ideas and create articles faster.
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  • Profile picture of the author Benjamin Ehinger
    PLR can be used for many things including auto blogging. Most of my PLR gets rewritten first, however.

    Benjamin Ehinger
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  • Profile picture of the author Sam Sinopoli
    I have used it in the past, but I alway end up re-writing so much, I stopped using it and just starting writing it all. I'm happier that way, and I believe that I am not putting out junk.

    Sam Sinopoli
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  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    Yes....I use them to create reports for sale.....I also use them to build my ecourse. But I don't do it wholesale, I do change the add more meat to the existing product.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      However high or low the proportion of Warriors who use PLR, the thread's title will predominantly attract people who have an interest in PLR, i.e. PLR users, so the poll's result will perhaps be overwhelmingly biased in favour of "yes" votes.

      In other words, you're canvassing a self-selected group rather than a representative group. I'm "just saying".
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  • Profile picture of the author Shazia Mirza
    No because good PLR is worth too less for what it sells for and cheap PLR has been overused.
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  • Profile picture of the author Raiel Schwartz
    Wow, I am surprised to see that so many
    marketers take advantage of PLR.

    I always knew that PLR had a high-demand,
    but I would have never guessed 90% +
    marketers actively use it.

    Perhaps because this is the Warrior Forum
    the data may be a little skewed. Not only that
    but a larger sample size needed.

    Definitely interesting insights non-the-less,
    especially as I am in the PLR distribution
    business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Franklin
    I would never publish PLR without reading it and editing it, mostly because a great deal of PLR is TRASH, and you have to be able to sift through the good and the bad.

    Still good PLR to me is content that I can spend 25 percent of my time producing 75 percent new and unique content.

    Anything outside of those figures, is a waste of my time.
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    • Profile picture of the author leclaims
      What I'm wondering is how can people sell packages of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of PLR articles? Are they just huge collections of other PLRs that were purchased prior to that? I'm guessing so. Nobody in their right mind would write thousands of articles and then sell the pack for $3, I would hope.
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Originally Posted by Craig.Michaels View Post

        Wow, I am surprised to see that so many marketers take advantage of PLR.

        I always knew that PLR had a high-demand, but I would have never guessed 90% + marketers actively use it.

        Perhaps because this is the Warrior Forum the data may be a little skewed. Not only that but a larger sample size needed.

        Definitely interesting insights non-the-less, especially as I am in the PLR distribution business.
        The data is skewed, especially the posted answers, because the question in the headline will normally attract only those who use PLR. When I opened the thread, I thought I'd be looking at a question about how to use it or where to get it. People who don't use PLR won't even open that type of question, mostly...

        Originally Posted by leclaims View Post

        What I'm wondering is how can people sell packages of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of PLR articles? Are they just huge collections of other PLRs that were purchased prior to that? I'm guessing so. Nobody in their right mind would write thousands of articles and then sell the pack for $3, I would hope.
        I've acquired a couple of those packages, and if they're representative of the breed, I'd say you were right. My guess is that some of the people who join a membership and suck it dry, then quit immediately are just acquiring stock for themselves.

        I've also found that some don't even bother buying other PLR packages to resell. They just scrape articles and remove the links and author information.
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      • Profile picture of the author gie grace
        Originally Posted by leclaims View Post

        What I'm wondering is how can people sell packages of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of PLR articles? Are they just huge collections of other PLRs that were purchased prior to that? I'm guessing so. Nobody in their right mind would write thousands of articles and then sell the pack for $3, I would hope.
        True!

        I once bought an Acne PLR for $1+ on Tradebit. I found out that others were also selling that same ebook for $5. But it was full of crappy content. A bunch of FAQs about Acne put together without much creativity nor solid content.
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  • Profile picture of the author glennda
    Hi, well I write, sell and buy plr. I do the same as most here. I buy it, then I tweak it to my product that I am promoting. Depending on who you buy it from, not everyone has good quality. I buy from Tiffany Dow and because I respect her work, I feel that I have to produce the same quality to the best of my ability. However, 25 pkg for $5.00 I'd run away from. plr is excellent for me to buy because the content I need is sometimes filler or it is on a topic that a lot of people could write about. I don't always have the time but I do read it, tweak it then use it. The plr I write is never just spun and will always pass copyscape.
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  • Profile picture of the author wendyloohoo67
    Yes, I use PLR. I try to buy from good sources (those are few and far between though) and I edit it pretty heavily. But it saves me time even with the editing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jenny Willapana
      PLR is a great way to beef up a site or to add some solid backlinks. But, it's funny, I would say the overwhelming majority of PLR writing that I've seen is just so poorly written. And that doesn't help your site AT ALL.

      Beware of the deals where someone offers you 20,000 PLR article in blah, blah, blah niches...it's usually, honestly UNUSABLE...

      Jenny
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      • Profile picture of the author leclaims
        Originally Posted by Jenny Willapana View Post

        Beware of the deals where someone offers you 20,000 PLR article in blah, blah, blah niches...it's usually, honestly UNUSABLE...

        Jenny
        Yeah, chances are they're posted all over the internet anyway which probably isn't going to do you any good unless you completely rewrite them.

        You're better off writing your own most of the time because it takes just as long, if not longer, to rewrite them because of the poor quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kecia
    I use PLR, but only that which hasn't be plastered all over the Internet. I find that paying for the PLR I use is better than getting it for free. I always rewrite before I use it, and my primary methods for using PLR are for my sites and for article directories.
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    I don't know why but I much prefer having my own content and products created. If I am going to enter a market then I like to add some kind of value to the market, not just sell information that is already available out there.
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  • Profile picture of the author NEFTALI
    I've seen some Good PLR's for sale and of course we've all seen less than steallar PLR's both free and for sale.

    I see nothing wrong in using Good PLR's if and when you come across them. However, no doubt you need to actually read them and better yet do your own editing. Make the content more unique and better yet more timely by adding more up to date info.

    In a way there's no need to "re-invent" the wheel as they say. Example, weight-loss. If you were to read several articles on weight-loss I suspect you'd find yourself re-reading the same concepts and universal truths over and over.

    They can serve as an excellent way for a non-writer to get started with some content for their site or blog and offer a starting point for a writer/researcher to branch off from.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    I do use PLR sometimes, and what really determines how you use it is its quality. Some PLR is absolutely worthless, and I'd never utilize it for anything. On the other hand, some are good enough to use as a basis for product creation and tweets/emails/blog posts. The key is to examine your PLR carefully before deciding what to do with it - don't make any assumptions until you've thoroughly gone through it.
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulMark
    I love using PLR to create videos from.

    1. Take the major points of the content.

    2. Create simple, but solid PPT slides (or Keynote for Mac users)

    3. Record

    By purchasing PLR in an area of expertise it's works as a great way to get basic content then 80% ad lib the videos based on knowledge and competence.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rachel Incoll
    I don't use PLR articles most of the time, simply because I like to use unique content as much as possible.

    Sure, you can rewrite PLR articles to make them unique, but I find it takes me almost as long to rewrite an article to a standard I'm happy with as it would to write one of my own! Once I've researched a topic, I can write a decent article in about 20 minutes - my rewrites tend to take at least 15 minutes...maybe I'm being too fussy .

    We're all different & have different business models. Even though PLR isn't for me, it obviously works great for many others .
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  • Profile picture of the author nicelife
    I use PLR!

    It's awesome, speeds up the product creation process and great to use for getting email subscribers by giving away free gifts.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jenny Willapana
      Yes, there are some very good PLR giveaway reports on some membership sites. However, the en masse "article" stuff is usually horrible. I'd say anything that has to do with a membership is usually of a higher quality because if it isn't people are GONE!
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  • Profile picture of the author tonio79
    Hi everyone

    I find it great as a starter for ideas and then the good stuff all you have to do is tweak, put your spin on it....or if it is simply great just take it as is!
    All depends on the quality but i do find it very useful

    Tonio
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
    I think that PLR is definitely worth it. You can spin the articles and get them the way you want them. I really like using them for various purposes either to get more traffic or something else.
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    • Profile picture of the author GeckoTribe
      Most of the PLR I've seen is such junk that I'd never dream of using it as-is (I don't believe in littering to make money), and it often takes more work to edit it than to write something from scratch. I don't doubt that higher quality PLR exists, but I haven't seen much of it myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author DontWorryBeHappy
    Generally free plr is oversaturated on the web already. I have used sites occassionally but find my own writing to be of far greater basic quality anyway. Good occassionally if you want to use the quick blog methods i suppose
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Franklin
    The biggest problem with PLR is that in order to accurately evaluate it, you have to read it, all of it, most people do not have the time to read through 100 articles of content in order to properly evaluate it so they have to take the word of the person selling the PLR which often sadly results in a disappointment.

    Some providers have the idea that since you really have to rewrite the PLR anyway it really does not matter if it is any good or not, this is far from the actual truth.

    I have seen some good PLR but it has been very rare to find that kind of good content, for every 20 articles that I have purchased, I may find one that is written well.

    I have even seen some that claimed they guaranteed that the content they were selling was top notch, only to find it full of grammatical errors and poor use of English.

    Incorrect verb tense, mixing past and present tense in the same sentence, the list could go on and on, in fact I have had that experience right here on the warrior forum more than once.

    If you find someone that can actually produce good PLR content, stick with them they are almost impossible to find.
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  • Profile picture of the author ksmusselman
    I'm a pretty big advocate of PLR too. I use it to springboard new articles. Writers hate writer's block and PLR really helps reduce that. I rewrite it before using it and sometimes use pieces from a few different PLR articles to make one unique article.
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    • Profile picture of the author leclaims
      Originally Posted by ksmusselman View Post

      I'm a pretty big advocate of PLR too. I use it to springboard new articles. Writers hate writer's block and PLR really helps reduce that. I rewrite it before using it and sometimes use pieces from a few different PLR articles to make one unique article.
      Yes, writer's block can be a terrible thing to have to deal with, and I can definitely see how PLR can help you brainstorm new ideas. I suppose even the free PLR packs that are filled with junk can still help you come up with your own new content.
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      • Profile picture of the author ksmusselman
        Originally Posted by leclaims View Post

        Yes, writer's block can be a terrible thing to have to deal with, and I can definitely see how PLR can help you brainstorm new ideas. I suppose even the free PLR packs that are filled with junk can still help you come up with your own new content.
        Oh, absolutely! I actually love the "junk" stuff because I can rework it so heavily that it ends up being a new article.

        I've even taken some spun junk that shows up in these free article packs and turned them PR2 ranked content pages. And I've taken free PLR ebooks and broken them down into fresh new articles too.

        I just LOVE using PLR. I think my only problem now is I'm not finding enough in my little niche. :rolleyes:
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        • Profile picture of the author Damani Tabor
          I use it for freebies, and after heavy modification. Its a great way to get creative juices flowing, however it is almost never the case that I am so pleased with it that I pass it on as is.
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  • Profile picture of the author Wills
    ha, surely that poll result is slightly of.

    PLR can have it's use, just like everything else. I've used it for niches I do not know a great deal about, or for more ideas in my existing niches.

    You do have to do a lot of searching, to find the wheat from the chaff with PLR.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brianne
    PLR is great if you can re-write it so it becomes a work of your own with a twist.
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  • Profile picture of the author spearce000
    Yes, I use PLR but never in its original form. I'll always rewrite it or re-purpose it - turn a report or eBook into a video, for example.
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  • Profile picture of the author abbesnwk
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    i use plr but always rewrited
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  • Profile picture of the author Chri5123
    PLR can be very powerful - however it took me a long time to figure out how to use it properly.

    I know that sounds crazy but it really did!

    I used to think you have a PLR product and then you just upload everything and you will become an ebook selling mogul!

    Well it was not until I started using PLR properly that I saw some success.

    In short you should make a PLR package your own.

    Redesign the product and the website and ideally use it to enhance your own products.

    Just my 2 pence.

    Chris
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  • Profile picture of the author Giani
    I probably have largest collection of PLR articles. I re-write and upload it on my blog / sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author Gayla
      I have purchased PLR packs before. The time it took me in reading, editing and re-writing - I actually found it easier to crank out my own content instead.

      If I'm in a pinch or suffering severe writers block, I may dig into my PLR files and use something.

      If it's good stuff - great!

      If it's bad stuff - I find it stressful to use.
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  • Profile picture of the author alan9187
    Too many people chucking out products as "PLR" , Even the plr have restrictions. There should be a standard across the board licence for plr products stating the full rights and making it clear for every one what your rights are. " Is a PLR LICENCE actualy a legal term ?", is it recognised in the courts if someone was to sew you over the rights ?.

    It should be stated in any licence that the copywrite owner from the original creator of a product wavers all copyright , Take a look at some products that are plr, are the minisites/websites and graphics within it plr or copyright ?, the same for videos etc, is the copy for sales page or any other page plr or can you just put your name on it?. Why pay $40.00 upwards or for that matter $1.00 if you have to change 50,60,80% , make the product look totaly unrecognisable from the one you purchased to make it your own, look at the work involved to truly make it your own , you might as well do the work your self.

    I'm not saying that all plr products are a waste of time, they do have there purpose and the market. But what realy is plr, For me PLR SHOULD have only one licence which is DO WHAT YOU LIKE WITH IT.The product creators wether outsourcing or creating the content themselves when puting together the product should make all componats plr also. If they have outsourced for the minisite/website design or book cover etc, they should gain the copyright from the designer so as to pass on the plr, the same for video's etc. infact all componants of the product should be plr.

    I just think the licencing for plr products has gone to far with some restrictions placed on them, for me TRUE PLR IS A PRODUCT YOU CAN DO WHAT YOU LIKE WITH.
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    • Profile picture of the author leclaims
      So far the general consensus seems to be that PLR is definitely used, mostly for brainstorming or complete re-write purposes. Excellent input everybody, thanks.
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    I'll use plr from time to time but i'll always modify it to my liking
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    i dont value plr much. They wont bring you lots of money in my opinion because everyone has those stuff and i dont even think you can get lots of subscribers by offering it as a gift either.
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