A big craze online at the moment is buying private label rights to various products.
The concept is a great one; you purchase the rights to something and then you’re free to edit it, put your name on it, and basically do whatever you like with it.
Sounds great right? Wrong!
My main gripe with private label rights is that they’re usually complete junk!
Aside from that, there are a lot of problems with Private Label Rights products.
The main problem is that most producers impose too stricter restrictions on their product that could and often does restrict you from selling the resell right even to your own revamped copy.
Most people who buy PLR will never use them. Sure it may sound like a great deal at the time, but if you don’t have a plan to use the private label rights product and put it into action, you’re just wasting your money.…only purchase what you plan to use immediately or in the very near future.
Whatever you do, please follow this advice: If you are not a programmer or have extensive knowledge with scripts or software, do not purchase private label rights to software!
You’ll most likely be stuck with a non-working copy of a software product that will require a lot of money to get working.
You could also be under the impression that it works and then your customers will be upset and asking for refunds left and right
So! Be smart. Only purchase what you plan to use at that moment or in the near future, and don’t buy scripts or software unless you’re comfortable with programming (or have someone who can handle fixing them and can help you with support).
Remember! Private label rights should only be used as a template for you to produce your own unique product and you should have the right to resell the resell rights.
Do your homework! Make sure you are buying private label rights to a quality product that has potential, not some piece of garbage that you will never use.
Stick with what you’re comfortable with, and private label rights will allow you to create some great, unique products
Produced by Francis Ochoco a home business expert and awarded first-ever ‘eBay Entrepreneur Of The Year’ award.
The only restriction is that you cannot claim copyright to these videos. Other than that, you are free to do what you wish.
You can edit these videos and put your name on them, package them with your current project, watch them and learn, give them to your dog, whatever…
Did I mention that they were Free??