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Private Label Rights – How to Find a Good Product

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The following is an excerpt from the book, “A New Approach to Internet Marketing.”

I have been researching and writing about internet marketing for over five years. During this time I have had many conversations with other marketers about the PLR (private label rights) product industry. The general consensus is that there are some good products available but they are often overpriced and not very well written.

So what is PLR?

PLR is short for private label rights. This means that you can create your own product by using someone else’s content or even a pre-existing product. You then market it under your name as if it were your own product.

Why would anyone want to do this?

Well, there are two main reasons:

1. You can make more money selling your own product than you could selling someone else’s.

2. You can sell more of your product than you could someone elses.

For example, let’s say you write a report on how to make $100 per day in a week. You decide to sell this report as a private label right product. Now you can sell 100 copies of your report and make $10,000. If you wrote the report yourself you could only sell 50 copies of it and make $5,000.

The key to making money with PLR is to find a good product and sell it at a reasonable price.

How does this work?

There are many different types of PLR products. Here are a few examples:

o Articles

o Reports

o Videos

o Ebooks

o Software

o Membership Sites

In order to find a good product you need to do some research. You can search online for PLR products or visit the forums where people discuss these products. If you look at the forums you will see that there are many different types of PLRs. Some of these include:

o Resell Rights

o Private Label Rights

o Master Resell Rights

o Private Label Master Resell Rights

These are just a few of the types of PLR products that are available.

When looking for a product you need to consider several things:

o Is the product easy to use?

o Is it easy to understand?

o Is the product well written?

o Does it have good graphics?

o Is it affordable?

If you answer yes to all of these questions then you should be able to sell your product successfully.

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