I've had several people ask whether or not their audience will know they're not writing their own unique content if they use PLR.

Most readers and customers will not recognize PLR content unless they’re in a niche like internet marketing where PLR is a common practice.

Regardless of niche, you want to avoid sounding like everyone else, so you’ll want to take your PLR content and re-brand it. This includes removing words that don’t sound like you, adding your own viewpoint, and changing content you disagree with.

I create and market PLR through several projects I'm proud of:

Some of my favorite PLR Seller/Partners are:

Are you totally new to the idea of PLR?

I teach a Brandable Content Workshop you'd really benefit from.

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I'm all about Content Marketing & Community Building here at Love People + Make Money. I love to collaborate, so never hold back from sharing your ideas with me! - Kelly McCausey

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