Google Penalty for PLR content

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  1. nomorept

    nomorept Junior Member

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    Does google penalty you for PLR content?

    Thanks
     
  2. SEO20

    SEO20 Elite Member

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    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh yes
     
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  3. trustedhyip

    trustedhyip Newbie

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    I am doing some black hat SEO and nothing happend. I don't know if I am lucky.
     
  4. Poppa Rotzee

    Poppa Rotzee Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If its not unique, yes.
     
  5. pisco

    pisco Regular Member

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    You need to at least give it a good spin.
     
  6. Expertpeon

    Expertpeon Elite Member

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    It takes like 20 min to write a 500-600 word article and proofread... maybe 30min if you want it to be interesting.

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  7. Nerevar

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    The same rules apply as with all other duplicate content.
     
  8. quadratic

    quadratic Registered Member

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    PLR is by definition duplicate so your site will be offering nothing new when they spider it.

    When a relevant search term is entered you will be competing with all the sites that have the same content, probably rating lower and hence not being returned in the results ( you will be in that "xx other sites with similar results" pile).

    PLR should be a start point from which you create unique content.