When I was a kid one of my favorite toys was my Lincoln Logs.
I started with a single set and would build a little cabin. As I got more sets I could combine them and make bigger cabins or a bunch of little cabins or a cool fort.
What the heck does this have to do with Private Label Rights?
Just like with my Lincoln Logs (kinda), PLR products can be used to make many different (digital) items.
One of the biggest problems I have seen in dealing with private label rights products is that many people just buy it then resell it as-is.
Or worse, they buy it with the intention of doing something with it and it sits on their hard drive, never again to see the light of day.
I totally agree with the idea of ‘Money Loves Speed‘ so the sooner you slap a buy now button on your just purchased PLR product, the better.
What I don’t agree with is stopping at that point.
When you purchase a product with resell or master resell rights then that is all you can do – slap a buy now button on it, sell it, and move on.
When you purchase a product with private label rights though, you should be in the mind-set of “How Many Different Products Can I Create With This?”
Unless you are restricted by the PLR products license, you could combine elements of that PLR product with elements of other PLR products on your hard drive for an even greater list of potential products you can create.
Now for my shameless self promotion.
I have a series of training videos called Your PLR Makeover, that detail several ways to re-purpose and edit your private label rights content.
Of course you can simply resell your newly purchased plr content as-is provided the license allows it.
But do not stop there!
You are standing on a potential goldmine and all you have to do to strike it rich is put forth a little effort.
The Your PLR Makeover series contains 27 videos that cover things from re-purposing PLR eBooks to changing the entire look and sound of PLR videos.
Here is a video sample of the series for you to check out:
Thanks for checking out my post and if you have questions or comments, please let me know.
– Steve D.