March 17, 2009

Profit From Private Label Rights

If you're anything like me, you already know how lucrative PLR products can be. I've literally made a small fortune with them. Here are a few examples…

1. I've used PLR products to create blogs, squidoo lenses and hub pages to build links and traffic for my niche authority sites.

2. I've created minisites based PLR products, sold a few copies and then sold the sites on for a profit.

3. I've created special reports from PLR material and offered them as ethical bribes to build niche based lists.

4. I've collected several PLR materials all on the same topic and then created packages that are much better value than anything my competitors could offer.

5. PLR makes great content for an autoresponder sequence. I simply summarise each chapter in an ebook for each message.

Even just a simple ebook can make you thousands of dollars if you position it in the right way.

But imagine how much you could make with an entire PLR library. Instead of taking weeks or even months to create it BAM it's already done for you.

You don't have to create products, design graphics, record audios, or any of the tedious things that bog you down. It just couldn't be any easier.

I could tell you all about it here in this blog post, but you can get all the details and scoop up your very own plug and play PLR library.

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March 17, 2009

mark taylor @ 10:05 am

Hi John,

Very interested in promoting my website the best and most cost effective way possible. At the moment I'm promoting my website through free classified ads. I've also created a product thet teaches anybody wishing to know exactly how to start their own sign business…from suppliers contact details to how to fit signs onto windows, banners, vehicles and much more.

I've created a range of dvd's and cd manuals that take you the step by step process including sign design ideas and other add on businesses such as chemical etch work onto glass panels.

Any suggestions where I can go with this? I'd be happy to form a joint venture.


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