What is meant by PLR articles?
An article is a piece of writing on any subject/topic. What is meant by PLR articles?
- Anonymous1 decade agoBest Answer
A Public Lending Right (PLR)program compensates authors for the potential loss of sales from their works being available in public libraries.
Fifteen countries have a PLR program, and others are considering adopting one. Canada, the United Kingdom, all the Scandinavian countries, Germany, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Israel, Australia, and New Zealand currently have PLR prgrams. There is ongoing debate in France and the United States about implementing one. There is also a move towards having a Europe-wide PLR program administered by the EU.
The first PLR program was initiated in Denmark in 1941, but because of the war was not properly active until 1946. The idea spread slowly from country to country and many nations' PLR programs are quite recent developments.
PLR programs vary from country to country. Some like Germany, and the Netherlands have linked PLR to copyright legislation and have made libraries liable to pay authors for every book in their collection. Other countries do not connect PLR to copyright. For a nation like Canada or Australia the majority of funds would be going to authors outside the country, much of it to the United States, which is unpalatable to those nations.
How amounts of payment are determined also varies from country to country. Some pay based on how many times a book has been taken out of a library, others use a simpler system of payment based simply on whether a library owns a book or not.
The amount of payments is also variable. The amount any one author can receive is never very considerable. In Canada for instance the payment is around C$40 per book per library, with a maximum of C$4,000 for any one author in a year.
Different countries also have differing eligibility criteria. In most nations only published works are accepted, government publications are rarely counted, nor are bibliographies or dictionaries. Some PLR services are mandated solely to fund literary works of fiction, and some such as Norway, have a sliding scale paying far less to non-fiction works. Many nations also exclude scholarly and academic texts.
Within the European Union, the public lending right is regulated since November 1992 by directive 92/100/EEC on rental right and lending right. A report in 2002 from the European Commission pointed out that many member countries had failed to implement this directive correctly.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
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- hathawayLv 43 years ago
contact some the authors in case you may want to, you're going to then stumble on if those books are pirate copies or not. Copyright legislations dictates that written permission must be were given from the author to distribute loose ebooks. And no way can ought to they be provided. in the adventure that they are absolutely PLR books then your buddy will be okay to promote them.
- joannaserahLv 61 decade ago
Private Label Rights. Articles that you usually subscribe to a service for so that you can have a lot of information on your website without having to write it yourself. Similar to subscribing to AP or other wire services, except the articles are usually mores specific and focused and usually are researched deeper than just straight journalism.