The noobs who do write their own PLR very often create content that is passable at best. They’re not good writers and it shows because they lack the skills and flair.
NO PLR coaching or course can make anyone a good writer. You NEED practice… and you don’t practice on your affiliates or customers.
Just because you can string a few sentences together doesn’t make you a writer… and being a native English speaker holds no weight with me either.
The standards are so low that even buyers can’t tell what is good anymore. They buy some half-assed crap and actually think that they’ve gotten good content.
Sometimes I feel like this whole make money online niche is some strange self-sustaining ecosystem where shit floats to the top and everybody praises it for having so much fiber.
I don’t want to be too hard on the newbies because I made mistakes when I first started.
One of top sellers in the PLR industry had a guide where he mentioned that you could take other sellers PLR and rewrite it to create your own. This guy is like the godfather of the PLR industry… and I thought he was right.
Later on I found out that many PLR sellers did not approve of this. So, I didn’t follow his method.
The difference is that I always wrote well, and I checked FIRST! I wasn’t a half-assed writer. I was good from DAY 1… I’m just better now.
Things like rights, licenses, etc. are subject to interpretation and you can set your sail once you find out where the prevailing winds blow. You can’t do squat if you’re standing on a raft and think it’s a ship. Work on your skills first.
I don’t like to humiliate fellow PLR sellers, unless they’re the usual scumbags.Even with the Daniel Taylor saga, if I had reached him within 48 hours, I’d have handled things very differently.
But the fact remains that some things must be said and a lot of you need to seriously up your game. Your good enough is just not good enough.
This was written by Arun @ FlamingHotPlr.com