It just happened again. I went to a site that promised helpful information only to find a useless PLR (private label rights) article. It burns me up!
There's little that I find more irritating than clicking on the title of what promises to be an interesting, informative article to find. . . junk! Tired and potentially plagiarized (unscrupulous PLR sellers often get their articles from article directories, removing copyright and author information) junk at that.
The upsurge in PLR article sites has led to a flood of obese sites bursting with PLR articles. It's time to fight back. So here are five ways that PLR websites give them away and what you can do to stop them.
1. Content three yards wide and a nanometer deep
PLR articles often offer the reader an encyclopedic variety of articles crammed with nothing more than tired platitudes on a worn-out subjects. In fact, … Read More