Thousands of free PLR stuff

by Gilberto Cintron Viral, Local, Social & Mobile Marketing Expert
Giving something away free is a good way to entice people to take an action, like view your webpage or subscribe to your list. Often we do not have anything to give away. That's where PLR come in:
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It is not a new concept. Many of large companies do it. In fact the Large entities like Disney, MLB, NFL, NHL, NBL, among others do it.

It's called licensing. That is where they sell you rights to sell their products. In some instances, they sell you the right to allow you to brand it as your own.

Online, the concept exists as well. Here we can is PLR, or private label rights. There are three types of rights you can get online and depending on your intent, you would get the appropriate rights.

To build a list, or to get people to join your membership group it might suffice to simply get "give away rights." That means the owner of the product has granted you permission to pass on her/his product for free.

The next type of rights are called resell rights. And as the title suggest, you have been granted rights to sell the product and keep the proceeds. You may be able to add your name to the sales page as in "Jane Doe recommends XYZ" but the product retains the developers name, and brand.

The third type of rights are called private label rights. On a scale of 1 to 3, these are number one. This is where you are granted total control of the product. You can repackage, re-brand, IE, claim authorship, or alter the product in anyway you see fit and then to sell them as your own.

For the privilege of these rights, depending on the rights you seek, you will have to pay. Payment can be as simple as joining a list or membership site, or as hefty as buying the product and or license.

While some may frown upon this business practice, there is nothing wrong, morally or legally from engaging in it. As I stated in my opening, this is a very common practice in the business world. The developer of the product benefits on two fronts, she can sell the product directly and gain profits, she gains additionally when others buy the license to resell.

If you are a business owner online, you no doubt know that one of the best marketing mechanisms is to have your own list. A list of subscribers is almost a guaranteed income. Of course you need to give quality to your list and you have to engage them in order for them to remain on your list. And what better why than you reward them A) for joining your list by giving them something, and B) keeping them on your list by rewarding them with a give once in a while.

PLR products are useful in many ways to those creating them, those using them (giving them away or reselling them), and those receiving them as gifts.

If you are taking advantage of this legitimate marketing practice you may be leaving a lot of money on the table, so to speak.

You have a golden opportunity to grow your list exponentially by joining the Apsense Countdown,, and if you need gifts to upload there are many PLR sites for you to join. Here are a couple to get you started:

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About Gilberto Cintron Senior     Viral, Local, Social & Mobile Marketing Expert

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Joined APSense since, March 24th, 2009, From York, PA, United States.

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