PLR articles for backlinks

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Just wondering if anyone out there having success with rewriting PLR content for backlinks? Also are the PLR articles on topic with the web page you are linking to. I have some old PLR articles that I could easily rewrite if this is the case. Any help would be much appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jody_W
    Sure, this works quite well. I like to re-write articles related to the site I'm linking to and then either submit them to article directories or use the articles in link wheels or pyramids. If you are going to submit them to EZA be sure to re-write them thoroughly. I like to run them through copyscape to make sure they are unique enough before sending them in there.
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  • Profile picture of the author MrMatts
    yeah it should be no problem to rewrite plr articles.
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    • Profile picture of the author lonniewa2
      How about off topic PLR rewrites? I mean is it feasible to rewrite PLR articles and have them link to unrelated websites? Does this work?
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      • Profile picture of the author cashcow
        Originally Posted by lonniewa2 View Post

        How about off topic PLR rewrites? I mean is it feasible to rewrite PLR articles and have them link to unrelated websites? Does this work?
        You could, but it's much better to link from something on-topic. There's PLR for pretty much everything out there so it's worth your while to buy some on-topic and use that instead.

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  • Profile picture of the author thecableguy
    Originally Posted by lonniewa2 View Post

    Just wondering if anyone out there having success with rewriting PLR content for backlinks? Also are the PLR articles on topic with the web page you are linking to. I have some old PLR articles that I could easily rewrite if this is the case. Any help would be much appreciated.
    It would be better if the topic was related to the article, but I find that in some niches when submitting to the article directories and blog networks that it severely limits the distribution. If it's solely for backlinks I'll sometimes use an article in a popular topic such as weight loss, fitness, health, etc. with the unrelated resource box to the lesser directories. If the article is well written it'll get accepted and show up as backlinks, it's not that much different than profile links and other type of unrelated backlinks, so yeah it does help.
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  • Profile picture of the author Giani
    i spend about 5 minutes on an PLR articles to edit / modify it and then submit or post.
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