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hapagirl 22nd August 2008 05:48 PM

PLR Articles
 
Hi There:

Any suggestions for a highly recommended PLR article writer? I just subscribed to
SubmitYourArticles and they accept only PLR articles.

Good day,
Hapagirl

Mike L. 22nd August 2008 05:54 PM

Re: PLR Articles
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by hapagirl (Post 48318)
Hi There:

Any suggestions for a highly recommended PLR article writer? I just subscribed to
SubmitYourArticles and they accept only PLR articles.

Good day,
Hapagirl

Hi hapagirl,

Are you asking for other sources of PLR articles or are you wanting to know about sites who need them.

In any case I use nichearticleclub.com

azgold 22nd August 2008 07:14 PM

Re: PLR Articles
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by hapagirl (Post 48318)
Hi There:

Any suggestions for a highly recommended PLR article writer? I just subscribed to
SubmitYourArticles and they accept only PLR articles.

Good day,
Hapagirl

Steve Wagenheim's My Secret Articles is PLR....and excellent!

Allen Lundy 23rd August 2008 07:19 AM

Re: PLR Articles
 
I will be launching a new PLR article membership site in the next few weeks. Try my articles by downloading some at this link.

Please let me know what you think.

I will be removing this offer in 48 hours or so.

Allen Lundy

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Kay King 23rd August 2008 08:26 AM

Re: PLR Articles
 
I see a few promotions - but why is no one asking about this statement?

Quote:

I just subscribed to SubmitYourArticles and they accept only PLR articles.
Are you confusing "reprint rights" with "PLR"? I see nothing there that states you can only use this article submitter for PLR articles. That would make no sense and would defeat the purpose of submitting articles. Major article directories do not want or accept PLR articles.

kay

Patrician 23rd August 2008 02:00 PM

Re: PLR Articles
 
Hay Kay;

I would substantially re-engineer PLR and for that matter any purchased article including the title - (unless stated as exclusively written for me.)

I would only work with articles that gave me the right to change them and call myself the author.

So are you saying Kay that some article directories only take original content? I was under the impression that as long as it was not an exact duplication (reproduction ) that it is acceptable.

It's been awhile since I did any article directories so I am pretty out of it. I know Google changes criteria like I change my clothes, so I am never sure if I have the results of the last 'dance' -

Would you say that articles that have been re-engineered (changing words and re-arranging sentences) would fall into the same jacket as straight up PLR (unedited)?

Its not a spinner or something that might be considered blackhat - it is a human individually creating one article from another one. Same story different version.

I always find a ton of gramatical errors, if not outright typos on PLR, and not to brag, but I could never personally write anything so boring as the style they use sometimes, so I just would never use one that I couldn't fix first.

What is up with this in your opinion? I'd like to hear it, since BigMike and you were some of my first and only clients when I wrote articles for a while (by the way these were original and exclusive, not re-engineered);

what I do know about the protocols for copy writing in large part I learned when I briefly worked with you and Mike. I still toy with the idea that copy writing is one of the facets of my business, apart from virtual assistance, coaching and my hobby 'internet marketing' sites, etc.

hapagirl 24th August 2008 05:44 PM

Re: PLR Articles
 
Hi Mike:

I need articles for my blog and article directories. I checked the website -- can you confrm that their articles are PLR so I can use them in both places? Are you happy with the content and quality?

Thank you Mike,
hapagirl

Matt Helphrey 25th August 2008 02:43 PM

Re: PLR Articles
 
Hi hapa,

I think you may have looked at that incorrectly. I use SubmitYourArticle and I don't know if they allow PLR articles. As Pat said, you will need to do a total rehaul of the articles.

Best to submit your own unique content. Article directories like this much more than PLR articles.

Matt

Patrician 25th August 2008 04:16 PM

Re: PLR Articles
 
From Kay to my PM:

Trying again - the WF keeps kicking me out if I try to post in that thread or send you a reply. very strange.

The op in that thread claimed submityourarticles would only accept plr - and that is not true at all.

EZA and some other directories insist articles be unique - but if you rewrite plr substantially it should be fine for most directories. No article directory encourages plr submission so don't know how the op came up with the plr-only comment.

Many people have submitted unchanged plr to directories which has caused some of them to tighten up on submissions - but rewriting is the whole idea of using plr.

Hope that clears up my comments - and that this message doesn't kick out on me!

kay

Quote:

Originally Posted by Patrician (Post 50061)
Hay Kay;

I would substantially re-engineer PLR and for that matter any purchased article including the title - (unless stated as exclusively written for me.)

I would only work with articles that gave me the right to change them and call myself the author.

So are you saying Kay that some article directories only take original content? I was under the impression that as long as it was not an exact duplication (reproduction ) that it is acceptable.

It's been awhile since I did any article directories so I am pretty out of it. I know Google changes criteria like I change my clothes, so I am never sure if I have the results of the last 'dance' -

Would you say that articles that have been re-engineered (changing words and re-arranging sentences) would fall into the same jacket as straight up PLR (unedited)?

Its not a spinner or something that might be considered blackhat - it is a human individually creating one article from another one. Same story different version.

I always find a ton of gramatical errors, if not outright typos on PLR, and not to brag, but I could never personally write anything so boring as the style they use sometimes, so I just would never use one that I couldn't fix first.

What is up with this in your opinion? I'd like to hear it, since BigMike and you were some of my first and only clients when I wrote articles for a while (by the way these were original and exclusive, not re-engineered);

what I do know about the protocols for copy writing in large part I learned when I briefly worked with you and Mike. I still toy with the idea that copy writing is one of the facets of my business, apart from virtual assistance, coaching and my hobby 'internet marketing' sites, etc.



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