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November 15, 2008

Crucial Factors to Consider When Choosing a PLR Membership

Filed under: Articles & News — Admin @ 10:40 pm

When you are at all into internet marketing, chances are that you have put some thought into choosing a Private Label Rights membership site, although you may not know just how to go about doing so. It is all too easy to go about just choosing any old PLR site and deciding to submit your information for Private Label Rights membership, but just as it is with any other project it is important to know that not every PLR site is the same.

First of all, it is important to know just what a private label rights membership is. Private label rights membership sites give you access to content that has private label rights attached to it. The catch is that you get the opportunity to modify the content that you gain access to and make a profit for it. Good, rich content from private label rights membership is one of the best ways to make money on the web and without that rich web content it is difficult to gain any internet traffic at all, making it rather difficult to make a tidy sum by managing your site like you would probably like to.

Of course, not everybody is an effective writer. In this case, private label rights memberships are the way to go. Let’s face it: not everybody has those skills, but private label rights membership sites give people the opportunity to gain access to content that can help make their content much easier to come by. Rewriting or modifying PLR articles to make original content is a great way to save some money on web content, and many people can do that even though they may not be able to write great keyword rich articles otherwise.

Just as any other product out on the market, every PLR membership site is not as good as the next PLR membership site, and there are certain factors that any internet marketer, aspiring or otherwise, should take into consideration before paying any money for a private label rights membership.

How Widely Will My PLR Content Be Distributed?

While some PLR sites restrict the number of times that their content can be distributed to a mere few, still others disperse content to just about anybody who asks for it. This is not the best thing to do, as it makes the likelihood of duplicate content penalties even more likely and that is never good for you. As an internet marketer you have to protect your search engine rankings as vigorously as you can, and you should keep this in mind when choosing a private label rights membership site.

Just because a PLR site has hundreds of members does not mean that they distribute the same content to all of those members, but you are goi8ng to have to read their terms and perhaps even contact the private label rights membership site administrator to find out for sure.

Can You Obtain Niche Content from The PLR Membership Site?

Private label rights membership sites go about various ways of distributing their content while others just distribute it in any manner they deem the most fitting. Your best bet is to find a PLR membership site that distributes content in a particular niche, so that you can rest assured that the content you are getting is relevant to the site you are working on. Some people have many niche sites, so the content subject matters less than for those who manage just a few sites and need particular content on skin care, aging, pets, or health.

A good private label rights membership site maintains niche related content and limits the number of times that a certain site of private label rights content can be distributed.

How Often Is Content Updated?

While there are a lot of private label rights membership sites out there, not all of them keep their content updated. Some of these sites tend to recycle content time after time, and while that may not always present a problem a good internet marketer wants as original content as they can possibly have. For this reason it is important to make sure that the private label rights membership site out there updates their content and gets new content in daily.

A good way to tell this for sure is to see whether or not they allow you to subscribe for new packages. If they are willing to send you PLR packages on a consistent basis, chances are that their content is updated a lot more often than many of the sites that require that you visit the site homepage to request more content.

If content is updated on a consistent basis, it is much easier to have a consistent working relationship with your PLR membership site, making life much easier for you in the end. If you belong to one private label rights membership site, you should not have to belong to another one. If you are unable to get everything that you need in one private label rights membership site then they are probably not the site that you want to invest your money into and risk having unoriginal content.

Private label rights content is a great way to make some extra cash using the internet without having to go through the pains and strains of creating original content for yourself, but just as it is with any other service there are things to consider that you should keep in mind. Make a good choice in PLR sites and you will see the dollars flowing in from the rich, original content you have placed on your site.

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November 14, 2008

What Does PLR Really Mean, Anyway?

Filed under: Articles & News — Admin @ 10:39 pm

If you've been involved in internet marketing for any length of time, you've come across the phrase private label rights, or the initials PLR. You've also seen products that include resell rights, master resell rights, source code rights, and just about every other "rights" you can think of.

But what do they all mean? What's the official definition of "resell rights" for example? How do you know what, exactly, you can do with an ebook or info product that includes private label rights?

Here's an answer that frustrates me (and it may make you feel the same way) — there is no official definition. I can release a product with resell rights and give you the same rights as someone else who releases a product with private label rights. There is no way to tell exactly what rights you have without reading the specific license agreement. (Note: some products don't even come with explicit info on what rights are yours, so be careful not to assume too much!)

However, there are some definitions that are usually understood among most parties in the internet marketing world. These can help you make sense of what's out there.

Resell Rights: You can resell the product and keep the money generated. Usually you're not able to change the product in any way, you must sell it as-is.

Master Resell Rights: You can resell the product and you can also sell others the rights to resell the products. In some cases you're able to resell the "master rights" to others, but in most situations I've seen, master rights only gives you the right to sell "plain" resell rights.

Branding Rights: You're allowed to put your name (and usually an affiliate link) on the product and resell it. Sometimes master resell rights are included, but not always. Usually the rights are the same as plain resell rights, with the addition of your name and URL.

Private Label Rights: You are allowed to put your name on the product and resell it. Often you can actually claim copyright, but sometimes the original copyright has to remain. Most private label rights products also allow you to modify the actual product — in the case of an ebook, you'll usually receive a Word DOC file that can be altered and turned back into a PDF ebook. With a software product, you'll get the actual source code with which you (or a programmer you hire) can make changes.

Of course, since the product creator can define their own terms, you may end up with a license that encompasses some, or even all of the above. Read your license agreement carefully and if you have questions, ask the product creator for clarification. Then get started using those rights you've purchased to make  more money on the internet.

Jay Jennings is a programmer/marketer who's been working his online business full-time since May 2004. He's the creator of multiple tools for internet marketers including PLR Commander, a utility that organizes and reminds you to use your resell rights products. You can find more info at

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