Using other peoples work to cash in
In a market that has been mainly text for many years, and will for the most part stay that way for the forseeable future it might seem absurd that you could cash in using other peoples work. Since in real life you’d most likely be arrested for plagarism.
Yet, on the internet there are specific pieces of work that are created with the sole intention of you putting YOUR name as the author as if you wrote the entire thing. These are called PLR products or Private Label Rights. I have created a few PLR products in my day and its great for me to see my clients cashing in off of my work while their customers never even know my name.
Well you can do the same thing, and I’m in no way trying to sell you my products as I’m not even mentioning them here. However, fellow internet marketing professionals are making thousands of dollars per month reselling books and articles that they didn’t write and by all accounts some may not have even read. You just simply switch a logo, change the author, and ta-da you now have your very own product that is waiting to be purchased by your customers.
Other types of products that are similar are Resell Rights and Master Resell Rights. Lets compare the different types of products you should be looking out for:
Resell Rights Products – These products are offered to you with resell rights, all information must remain the same and intact as it was delivered to you.
Master Resell Rights Products – These products are offered to you with resell rights, but also the ability to sell your customers resell rights. However, all information must remain the same and intact as it was delivered to you, no editing allowed whatsoever.
Private Label Rights – The second you change the author name, you own this product as your own. As if you created it, researched it, and proof read it all yourself. You set the price with which you sell it, you decide if you’d like to sell the product with Master Resell Rights, Resell Rights, or with only personal rights.
If you look deep enough into the internet you can find Private Label Rights products for as low as $1-3 per piece, while these products may leave a little to be desired when it comes to quality, at such a low price it is insanely easy to turn a profit. You can also outsource the creation of a product which in and of itself could be called a plr product.
Remember, price is important especially when starting with a low budget but quality of the product itself is what will separate you from your competition and icrease both customer demand and loyalty.