Private Label Rights

I have a lot of PLR stored on my drive!

Some of it has been there for years and should probably be deleted. However I still find a lot of it to be very useful as a source for my blogs. I take the original and edit, customise, delete and add sections. Sometimes there are links to sites or software that has changed or disappeared. I find it is important to check out all of these links before publishing.

I also have access to a lot of free content – and I am giving away SureFireWealth.com Free One Year Silver Membership.

Due to private label being distributed to multiple customers, and without being exclusive or unique content, some marketers are hesitant on incorporating private label content into their marketing campaigns.

Private Label Content is best used as a “resource” rather than a ‘source”.

This means that you should start revising and improving existing private label content before distributing it under your own brand.

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Private Label Right’s content comes in many different formats, including PLR reports, eBooks, articles, graphics, templates, email newsletters and even videos. For my blogs I get reports or eBooks or graphics – often for free. If you want some free content then follow this link.

All PLR will come with a License of some sort.

While licenses differ with each author and seller, the basic premise is that the license permits buyers to re-brand the content under their own name and brand (excluding copyright). In general practice this means that the product can be modified, sold, resold or repurposed in many different formats. In some cases authorship on the original product is allowed and with unrestricted private label, buyers are often able to resell the same rights they’ve acquired although not all private label releases offer or permit license distribution or transfer.

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Here is an example of the sort of thing you will see in a License;

[YES] Can edit, take apart, add to, or sell as is 

[YES] Can be offered as a bonus

[YES] Can be used for opt-in bonuses (newsletter signups, etc.)

[YES] Can be added to paid membership sites

[YES] Can claim full authorship

[YES] Can publish as free web content like blog posts, articles, and social media posts

[NO] Can Distribute PSDs in any way.

[NO] Can Sell resell rights

[NO] Can sell master resell rights

[NO] Can sell private label rights 

[YES] Add to free membership sites

Private Label Content comes with different rights depending on the developer so it’s important to thoroughly check each license prior to use, to become familiar with any restrictions that may be in place.

Some possible Advantages to using PLR:

  • Saving time.
  • Saving money, compared to hiring a writer or buying exclusive rights
  • Can be used to generate ideas for blogging or content marketing
  • Can be re-purposed into different types of digital products

Special offer. Today I am giving away one year Free access to Surefire Wealth Silver licence which normally sells for $147/year. Just follow this link.

Let me know what you think.

Published by Phoenix

I have been a teacher all my life. That doesn't just mean in School! I taught my brothers to ride bikes and go camping in the mountains. I taught Football, Cricket, Squash, Sailing, Climbing and Karate. In BNI I became the Education Coordinator. With my Property Business I laid on Investment Seminars. I taught my sons to Fish for Carp. And I still teach Maths and Physics to students who want to go to University to study Medicine or Engineering. Now I am teaching people the things I am learning online.

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