PLR is an acronym for Private Label Rights. That basically means that you have the right to modify any piece of content or ebook as you wish. And that opens up many possibilities…
You can put your name on it.
You can put your own links in it.
You can modify it as much or as little as you want to.
You can present it as your own intellectual property.
It is great for people who simply do not have the time or the ability to write themselves, but still want content for their blogs, and still want a freebie to give away to their lists.
You can simply give it away as a viral report.
You can give it away to existing subscribers to offer value and sell something.
You can break it up and use the sections in different places, or as blog content…
And a boatload of other things.
The problem with PLR is that, in most cases, too many people buy and use it. After all, what’s the use of putting your name on something when every second person is doing the same?
That is why I’m selling ONLY 25 copies of each book I write. Only 25 people will have them and use them. In the whole world, that’s not a lot.
NOTE: The PLR rights are not transferable – So buyers will not be able to give the PLR rights away to all their subscribers/buyers. They can modify the ebook, and then use it for their own benefit/business/blog. But the recipient of the ebook will not be able to modify it.
As such, there will ONLY be 25 people using it. That guarantees a degree of exclusivity.
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