Table of Contents
Understanding License Terms 7
The Value of PLR 11
Making Money With PLR 17
Create Irrisistable Bonuses 20
Create High Ticket Info Products 22
List Building With PLR 24
Build Membership Websites 27
Final Words 30
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Understanding License Terms
When you purchase private label content, it’s very important that you completely understand the terms of your license.
Even though PLR should always come with the option to edit the content and add your name and brand to the material, when it comes to distribution there are sometimes restrictions in place.
Understanding exactly what your license allows you to do before you even begin to use the content is extremely important. You never want to risk any potential legal issues by utilizing PLR content in a way that goes against the developer’s terms and licensing restrictions.
Some of the things you want to pay close attention to when purchasing private label content include:
Whether you can edit the content.
PLR should always give you the option to customize the content, add your name, website URL and other branding information.
If you purchase content that doesn’t allow modifications, it’s usually called “Resale Rights” licensing, or “Master Resale Rights”. Still, it’s important to be sure, even if they provide you with the DOC/source file.
Private label usually permits that the buyer to claim authorship, meaning that you can put your name on the content as though you were the original creator. Most other license types, such as RR (resell rights), or MRR (master resell rights) do not.
How the content can be used.
Never assume that PLR content can be distributed, sold and used in every way imaginable. Always check your license for information on any distribution restrictions (such as not being permitted to publish on Amazon, or other marketplaces), as well as any pricing restrictions.
You may also want to pay attention to whether the seller has set a minimum price. Some sellers request that you do not sell the material below a set minimum to preserve the quality of the content. While this can’t typically be enforced legally, it’s always best if you follow the seller’s wishes. If you don’t like their license terms, find another PLR seller.
And speaking of licensing, whenever you purchase PLR, you should always be provided with a detailed, comprehensive license that leaves nothing to guesswork. If you can’t find a license in your package, reach out to the developer and ask for a copy.
Just the same, if you are ever confused or unsure about the terms of your license, take a minute to contact the developer before you begin to use the content.
Not all private label content offers the same licensing options, so it’s always important to confirm with the developer prior to using the material.
For example, there are many different forms of licensing, including:
Personal (non-transferable) Private Label: With this license, you’re typically allowed to sell the content under your own brand, but you are not permitted to pass on those rights to anyone else.
Transferable Private Label: These licenses often allow you to pass on private label rights to your customers.
Unrestricted Private Label: This type of PLR license is the most flexible, often allowing you to do whatever you want with the content.
In addition, certain PLR developers will allow you to even give PLR away, provided within a membership site and not offered publically, while other developers don’t allow the content to be given away, requiring that it be sold.
The Value of PLR
Now that you better understand the difference licenses often attached to private label content, I want to take a closer look at the kind of private label content that will make you the most money, as well as PLR that is best to avoid.
To start, you should never buy private label content that comes with an “unrestricted” license.
An unrestricted PLR license means that you can do virtually anything you want to do with the content. You could give it away, sell it, share PLR rights with your customers, and distribute it openly and freely.
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[YES] Can be sold
[YES] Can be used for personal use
[YES] Can be packaged with other products
[YES] Can modify/change the sales letter
[YES] Can modify/change the main product
[YES] Can modify/change the graphics and ecover
[YES] Can be added into paid membership websites
[YES] Can put your name on the sales letter
[YES] Can be offered as a bonus
[YES] Can be used to build a list
[YES] Can print/publish offline
[YES] Can convey and sell Personal Use Rights
[YES] Can convey and sell Resale Rights
[YES] Can convey and sell Master Resale Rights
[NO] Can be given away for free
[NO] Can be added to free membership websites
[NO] Can convey and sell Private Label Rights