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I am almost finished my website and I have a question about the blog portion. I came across PLR from VANetworking and was wondering once I edit the PLR post for my own blog on my website, do I have to write at the bottom where the content came from? 

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Hi Brittany, if you are using PLR you can use the content as your own and you don't have to credit where it came from. PLR usually comes with an overview of what you can and can't do with it, so you can just read that over and make sure you aren't doing anything wrong. 

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Brittany what PLR did you buy and then I can answer that quickly for you. If it is PLR (and I want to make sure it is first) then no, you don't have to credit anyone where it came from.

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