Private Label Rights (PLR) content is content which you have rights to use with certain restrictions imposed by the provider.
PLR content typically must be purchased, and is only meant to be used after modifying or editing.
In the case of Grafted Pro (or the Fresh Site White Glove service), the PLR content included is:
- only to be used temporarily for layout purposes
- to be deleted once you have 20 posts of your own
The posts included with Grafted Pro have been noindexed and provide no benefit to any site.
PLR content is extremely low quality when it comes to search engines and likely to be a net negative, because sites with substantial duplicate content receive site-wide penalties.
We do not recommend using PLR content on food blogs. Food blogging is extremely competitive. If it's not 100% unique to your site, don't use it.
This is not a comprehensive guide to PLR and if you're interested in learning more about it, you should do your own research from authoritative sources and come to your own conclusions. There may be significant legal implications to using other peoples intellectual property.
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