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  1. 1. ==== ====Free Lifetime PLR Membership in Resell Rights Weekly ====Why I Love Resell Rights Products---------------------------------Resell rights products or PLR (Private Label Rights) are fantasticbecause its the quickest way that I know of to profit from productswithout having to create them yourself from scratch which means thatyou can be up and profiting in little time.So if you have no prior experience in creating your own products thisis by far the best way to fast track your product creation in a fractionof the time because the most difficult part has already been taken careof for you.Look over your collection of resell rights products. The informationyou have collected cost thousands to create. You probably have inyour resell rights arsenal, membership site scripts, software,information products, articles, recipes, graphics, templates and lotsmore.The authors who created these products spent significant time andmoney developing these products for their customers and its justunfortunate that some resellers devalued it along the way by selling itfor well under its true market value. Thats how the 0.99 cent eBaydigital products came to be.This is why in essence instant digital delivery products were bannedfrom eBay in March of 2008 because it was these very 0.99 centinformation products that were being constantly recycled and resoldthat clogged up the eBay marketplace affecting the quality experienceof eBay shoppers.Most resellers used eBay as a means to quickly inflate their feedbackrating, to grow their email lists or to sell a higher priced back endproduct. It worked great for a while until eBay decided to pull the plugon the sale of these digital downloadable products.The announcement shook the reseller world especially to those whoused eBay as their primary source of promotion. Most informationresellers were instantly put out of business literally overnight but theclever ones adapted quickly and saw fresh opportunities to dominate a
  2. 2. new playing field and flourished with less competition.Now if you want to sell products on eBay in the US it must be inphysical form. It doesnt cost much to burn something to CD or DVDand you have the added advantage of being able to include up sells formore expensive products.The upside to selling physical products isthat they have a higher perceived value than their digital counterpartsand refund rates tend to be less for physical products. So, positivethings came out of the change.Dont let the fact that the information you purchased went to Timbuktuand back convince you it has no worth because information is alwaysvaluable. You just need to build on it to make it hot again.Not All Private Label Rights Are Created Equal-----------------------------------------------Before we begin, lets start with the basics. You are only limited bythe kind of resell rights you have ownership of. It pays to check yourresell rights before you use them as this will ultimately determine whatyou can do with the content.The reason behind having private label rights restrictions and why notevery author allows the original piece of work to be promotedanywhere or to be sold under a set price is so that the contentmaintains its integrity for longer and everyone benefits.How many times have you come across reseller sites and the sameproduct you just paid $47 for is selling for $1? It makes it moredifficult for others to sell the same product for more when customerscan get it much cheaper elsewhere.Even though the product is still relevant and is of high quality, due toits pricing loses its perception of value.When being offered the $1 product compared with its true marketvalue of $47 especially if its supposed to be a quality product youbegin to question the price. Whats wrong with it?, if its being sold atthat price then it must be rubbish. This couldnt be further from thetruth in fact I have bought some incredible $1 products that were soldway under their recommended value.So this is why authors stipulate certain restrictions over their work toprotect the products quality and profitability for everyone for as longas possible.
  3. 3. Know Your RightsPersonal Use------------No resell rights. This means that the product is for your own personaluse and that under no circumstances are you allowed to resell it.Giveaway Rights---------------Give Away Rights entitles you to pass on a product free of charge andcannot be sold or the resell rights passed on. The purpose ofgiveaway rights is usually twofold:1. It allows the author of the to gain some free viral exposurethrough other peoples giveaway efforts2. Although the person giving away the product cannot sell it, it atleast allows them to give something free and of value to theircustomers. This could be a great opportunity to use the productas an incentive for people to join their newsletter list.Rebranding Rights-----------------With these types of rights you are not permitted to alter the content inany way however the author allows you to rebrand (usually with sometype of rebranding software provided with the product) the affiliatelinks within the product with your own.You are not allowed to sell the rights but you can make money fromthe sales generated through your rebranded affiliate links.The upshot for the author is that even though they forfeit the moneyfrom their affiliate links because they now go to you through yourrebranded affiliate links, they still gain exposure to their website byhaving their business details in the product go viral. Its a beautifulrelationship for both sides, the person giving away the gets to makesome money without having had to create a product and the authorgains some free exposure without having had to pay a cent for it, winwin.Basic Resell Rights-------------------These are the weakest of the rights. You only have the right to sell toyour products to your immediate customer but they cannot in turn sellthat product on to theirs. These usually cannot be edited, altered or
  4. 4. re-branded. Although the reseller gets to keep 100% of the productsales these form of rights favor mostly the original author where theirlinks go everywhere their products are promoted giving them free viralmarketing through the efforts of resellers.Master Resell Rights--------------------Unlike basic resell rights resellers have the ability to sell on theproduct and resell rights to their customers where they in turn can sellthem to theirs.The business opportunity is usually the most appealingbecause customers know they can make money from it. In most caseslike basic resell rights, the product cannot be edited or altered in anyway and must be sold in the form it was purchased in.Private Label Rights--------------------These are good rights to get hold of. These are more flexible in thatyou can alter the content and claim yourself as the author. You arenot bound by the same terms and conditions as the other resell rightsand youre not promoting the original author but yourself.There however may be some restrictions that come with private labelrights and there may be stipulations on how you can and cant use thecontent, some examples may be:You may not: be able to sell the content on auction sitesYou may only: give the product for free if sold with a paid productYou must never: sell the product below a certain priceYou may not: give the product away free or offer it on membershipsites, etc.Unrestricted Private Label Rights---------------------------------These are the best rights you could ever possibly have.Its the ability to do whatever you want with the content with zerorestrictions. Not only can you re-edit and claim yourself as the authorbut you can also sell the raw source code (which is usually the text in
  5. 5. the form of a Word or text document) as is, without editing.You can also sell the product itself without editing. You are able togive the content away as freebies and bonuses. You are able to sellthe content on auction sites and include them on both free and paidmembership sites and can sell them for whatever price you wish.These types of rights usually look like this:---------------------------------------------[YES] Can edit and put your name on it as the author[YES] Can sell the Rights[YES] Can be used as article content[YES] Can be used as website content[YES] Can be used for blog and auto responder content[YES] Can be repackaged[YES] Can sell the Master Resell Rights[YES] Can sell The Private Label Rights[YES] Can sell for whatever price you wish[YES] Can sell the source code[YES] Can sell on auction sites[YES] Can be given away as bonuses[YES] Can be repackaged[YES] Can be offered on both free and paid membership sitesThe only down side to products with unrestricted private label rights isthat its only a matter of time before they are floating everywhereonline.If you do have products with these types of rights the bestthing you can do to avoid the high competition with other resellersselling the same product as you is to completely transform yours into adifferent product.Try Resell Rights Weekly Membership (Free for ever)To the bestRalph Andersson.==== ====Free Lifetime PLR Membership in Resell Rights Weekly
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