Most people who are buying Private label rights products aren’t doing anything with them but trying to make a quick buck by reselling the rights on. This means that there are a lot of PLR products being discounted, and not many actually being used by anyone to make an actual product. This is where you can make private label rights work for you to increase your business.
The first thing we need to establish is what are private label rights products, and what we can do with them. Private label rights is a term for software, books, ebooks or even physical products which you have the right to rebrand as if you made them yourself. This means that if someone writes an ebook, and gives you private label rights, you can put your name on it as the author, change any parts of it you like, and then sell it as if you wrote it. Check the rights license carefully, as not all private label rights are as open to use as others.
So now we know what private label rights means, how do we use this to increase our business profits, and visibility?
There are a number of ways to use private label rights (PLR) products in your business strategy, and you can use any or all of them at the same time to help grow your business. Obviously, you can take the product, add your name to it, then just sell it as is, but that isn’t the best way to use the great opportunity that PLR products represents.
Firstly unless you have exclusive rights to the PLR products, then simply relabelling puts you in competition with all the other people who have those rights. You need to make the product more unique, and make it look more like your own style of product. In the case of an ebook, or software package, the first thing to do would be to go through, and just edit some of the wording, and change the style slightly to make it “yours”. The next thing would be to change any graphics, like cover graphics, or internal banners and headers to reflect your own business. This also gives the product a more unique spin.
In the case of software or ebooks, you can also use them as a free bonus, you have something which has a value, you can give away to build a list of interested people. An ebook can be split down, and some chapters given free as a teaser, and the rest of the book can be sold on the back of the first few free chapters you give away. Software could be rewritten slightly as a trial version with a paid upgrade to the full package, which is another great way to get people interested by giving away the free trial and upselling the full version (This is how shareware works, and it does work very well).
Private label rights ebooks can also be cut down into smaller sized reports or articles, and submitted to directories. Including your website, or contact details in the report, and allowing others to give it away too will create a viral promotion for your business which will grow and grow providing the original content is good enough to entice people to give it away for you.
These are just a taster of the ways you can use private label rights in your business, use your imagination, and watch what others are doing, and you will find many more ways to profit from PLR products.