PLR and Plagiarism: What You Must Know!

The thought of using private label rights content may make you wonder… “Is using PLR plagiarism?”

This is going to be a short blog post because the answer to this question is that obvious.

Using PLR content is NOT plagiarism.

This is a common misconception that many newbie marketers have regarding private label rights (PLR) content.

What is plagiarism?

The University of Oxford defines plagiarism as presenting someone else’s work or ideas as your own, with or without their consent, by incorporating it into your work without full acknowledgement. (Source)

  • If you steal content from another site and use it as your own, that’s plagiarism.
  • If you rewrite someone else’s content and they’ve not given you permission to do it, that’s plagiarism.
  • If you try to pass off someone else’s work as your own (without their permission), that’s plagiarism.

Get it?

You can’t use other people’s content/work if you don’t have their permission.

Here’s why using PLR is NOT plagiarism…

When you purchase content that comes with private label rights, you’re given rights to use the content as your own.

Consent, approval, permission, blessing, PLR rights – call it whatever you want. It’s yours.

You can freely use the PLR content as your own, as long as you’re complying with the license that comes with the content you buy.

So, use your PLR without worry.

If you’re wondering how you can use your PLR content, just take a look at my blog post here and you’ll have enough ideas to keep you busy for a while.

PLR content is extremely versatile and a huge time-saver, if you know how to use it well.

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