How to Rewrite PLR Content?

How to Rewrite PLR Content?

PLR-200x200What are Some Ways to Edit or Customize my PLR Content?

Last week, I wrote that Nicole Dean from EasyPLR released a report to help bloggers and affiliates understand and better make use of PLR as a timesaver.

If you didn’t pick up that free report, no optin required, click here to open the PDF in a new tab!

However, a lot of readers indicated that they skipped the report because they really didn’t even know enough about what PLR is or how it could help them.

So… over the next few days I’m going to give Nicole an opportunity to teach you a little more about this powerful resource!

Nicole Dean of answers the question “How Can I Customize the PLR that I Purchase?” in this quick video for Bloggers and other online business owners interested in PLR articles.

She also shares how you can get discounts on PLR and even some free PLR articles, too.

Have you started putting PLR to work for you? How do you feel it has impacted your business? Who are your favorite PLR providers? If you’ve not utilized PLR what may be holding you back from doing so? Got any questions? Leave them below and I look forward to sharing with you!

Here’s To Your Success
Kimberly Castleberry

PS: Curious where my favorite PLR comes from? Check out Melissa Ingold (Special Report Club), Nicole Dean (Easy PLR), Alice Seba (DIY PLR), Tiffany Dow (PLR Mini Mart),, and lastly (cheapest but often not best quality). I’m a proud affiliate of most of these and if you make a purchase they are obligated by law to buy me a cheeseburger 😉

Article created Dec 24, 2010 and updated July 13th, 2014 

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26 Comments on "How to Rewrite PLR Content?"

4 years 5 months ago

Wow Kimberley from me having to Google PLR to even know vaguely what you were talking about the other day; you have truly overdelivered and both you and Nicole have explained it so well. Thankyou.

You continue to rock the blogosphere. Thanks for being so understanding and realising that some of us still have heaps to learn :-)

Happy Christmas and all the best for 2011. Really enjoyed getting to know you in 2010. Learnt so much coming over and visiting your blog. Look forward to all that 2011 has in store for the blogging community I am now so much a part of.

Patricia Perth Australia

4 years 5 months ago


Nicole is he best! I first got to know her when she was the affiliate manager for Jimmy Brown. Her PLR is top notch.

I love how she uses what she knows. For example: the down loadable report she has provided for your readers. She always goes the extra mile.

Happy Holidays to you and your family.

4 years 4 months ago

Hi Kim,

I read you most of your PLR series here at just-ask-kim and I must say it educated me in lots of ways.

From making me understand better what is a PLR to making me understand why is it good for your blog and how to make it stand out and make it my own, by adding value and customization.

I am also wondering, rewriting the article (not all just changing 40% of the words with synonyms) and then adding our own content, wouldn’t that make it more unique?
I mean from what I heard, from Nicole, she didn’t suggest rewriting some of the parts, just adding new content. Wouldn’t that make it practically duplicate content with some other stuff in the middle?

4 years 4 months ago

This is nice to listen to. great help. Like so many people I have tons of PLR and this def gives me some insight about what to do with some of it. Thanks for another great post and help.

4 years 4 months ago

I’m glad you strayed from your niche! This is exactly what I need right now! Thank you!