What Are Private Label Rights?
Firstly, we will clear up the differences in regards to “Private Label Rights” and “Resale Rights” and “Master Resale Rights”.
We offer only ‘Private Label Rights’ content, or ‘White Label Content.’ It is for your use only.
If you own a PLR store… our content is not for you to use or sell in anyway.
Private label rights or PLR content is content you are allowed to use as if it was created by you. We are giving you the “rights” to be the author of the content, and you can change it or use it as is.
However we do suggest you don’t call yourself the author unless you rewrite it. Simply because if you want to be an expert in your niche it wouldn’t do your reputation any good if other people said they wrote the same book. You could say something like “Proudly Brought To You By Your Name” – Do you see the difference?
Our content is for you to use on your websites, or in brochures etc., as if you wrote it. It is NOT for you to sell with a PLR license. You cannot sell the graphics either.
All our content is for your customer’s personal use only. They cannot sell any part of our content.
Do We Offer Resell Rights or Master Resale Rights?
NO we don’t.
“Master Resale Rights” is where you are given the opportunity to sell the product in its entirety. That means you can sell the complete product and keep 100% of all profits. You will not owe anyone any royalties or commissions. It will be entirely your own product. However, you cannot edit anything, so if it has errors, or isn’t up to your standard, you are limited. You have to sell it as is.
You may be thinking, but isn’t that the same as PLR?
No it isn’t. PLR is for your use only. Master Resale Rights gives you the license to pass on the license on down the line. It is yours to call your own… but your license is where you can provide your customers the opportunity to sell it as a complete package if they so desire. So when you sell your product, you pass on the license for them to resell too.
What About Website Flipping?
Our PLR can be added to a website and then later sold, IF it is sold on only one domain. It can’t be used in templates that are sold over and over, or cloned, resold or flipped, on many different domains. The purpose must be for the use of being used on one website only.