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Well Kindle do for starters and that has led to a lot of Kindle accounts being blocked or terminated the Kindle slap or in other words they upset the 800lb Gorilla that is Amazon.
Here is the problem too many people were using PLR content the wrong way. PLR or (Private Label Rights) materials are freely available at very modest prices or even free, the whole idea of PLR materials is to use it as a starting point, a kind of check list to build the content for your own unique book.
Now the quality of PLR varies enormously from the excellent to and let me be blunt here… complete crap. The temptation of just uploading the PLR content as is was just too much of a temptation for far too many people. You see lots of other people had exactly the same idea (and the same PLR) and the market became flooded with large amounts of books which were exactly the same.
The content appeared time and time again with different titles, articles just mixed around instead of being re-written, this was tarnishing Amazons image and the 800lb Gorilla that is Amazon was most displeased. Instead of wielding a scalpel to the problem they wielded a sledge hammer.
So you can’t use PLR right? Wrong, I have just published a book on allergy relief on Kindle using a collection of PLR materials. It is approved, published and is selling. How did I do it? I simply did exactly what you are supposed to do, I significantly differentiated my content from the source material therefore ending up with a unique offering.
In other words, I completely rewrote the PLR articles, I edited sections out of the original and I added bits in from my own research. As an experiment I also created a Facebook page, and added a QR Code to the book. The great thing is I can use this new content or the original PLR articles and sell it elsewhere such as eBay and other eBook websites.
I did all this as to show how easy it was to produce your own Kindle content as part of the training in my new Kindle training course that I am producing and which is near completion to show that you can use PLR material but only if you do it the right way.
So here is the challenge, most of us have tons of PLR materials gathering digital dust on our hard drive, could we not use that to start our own Kindle business? Or, if the PLR materials you have are of a poor quality then why not check out PLR Monthly?
Stiil rebuilding my blog everyone so keep coming back for changes… Rob