I replied, “Of course, it passed. There were no PLR rights to this guide.”Whoever did this just stole my content from a PDF. Easy peasy.
I can tell you for a fact that 99.9% of the other PLR sellers would have missed this because the product would have passed Copyscape and the only reason these guys got caught is because they came to the one guy who actually wrote it.Tough luck.
Because of the state of things now, from today, I’m instituting a moratorium on ALL new PLR sellers.
It’s time to become an Arun Trump and do extreme vetting. There are many new/potential PLR sellers on this list. This message is for all of you.
If you send me your stuff, it has to be good. When I say good, I mean everything – from the sales page to your content.
I’m going to streamline the sellers that I do promote to just a solid bunch of people whom I trust and who create stellar content. The truth of the matter is that there are already excellent sellers out there like Susie O’Dea, Kate Rieger, Sue Fleckenstein, etc.
I could do just fine sticking to the proven vendors without any risk. The only reason I give the newbies a chance is to help them out. But, if all they’re interested in is churning out PLR quickly to rake in the dough, I’m out.
I’m sick and tired of making excuses and promoting content where I think “The buyer could work with that.” – Not anymore… from now on, your content better wow me and the buyers… or I’m out. We’re all out.
I’m not interested in anybody’s list of credentials like they did well on Udemy or whatever. I’m not interested in comments such as… “Oh… I wrote for so and so”or “Oh! Trump said he loved my content. He said I have the best content and nobody does it better than me”.
Let your content speak for itself. Just by reading the first 3 paragraphs, I’ll know if you’ve spent time in the trenches honing your craft.
Too many people are quickly jumping into the PLR scene because there’s money to be made here… and they cut corners and screw things up. The standards are only going down.
The obsession with creating products quickly and ‘putting them out there’ means that quality almost always takes a backseat. Quality takes time, but money loves speed. No prizes for guessing which they choose.