People who use Private Label Rights content are delighted to see more PLR sites appearing. The explosion of such sites has, however, given rise to a new problem – the overall quality of the articles users pay for. Good (and reliable) writers are snapped up fast and given ongoing work. Regrettably, some PLR site owners seem to be only concerned with getting a batch of articles uploaded no matter what the quality.
Competition, as we all know, is a good thing. Quite a number of PLR users are now making a practice of signing up to check out the quality of what’s on offer in a new site. If they like it, they stay. If they don’t – they vote with their feet, or more appropriately, with the ‘cancel this subscription’ option at PayPal.
As a subscriber to a PLR site, don’t feel that you have to accept the articles you get, no matter what the quality. You are entitled to get articles and/or ebooks that have been proofread and edited to correct grammar and spelling. It is the responsibility of the PLR site owner to check that the articles are of an acceptable standard (or to hire someone to do this for them).
PLR users expect...