Question 1 – What is PLR?
PLR is a short form for Private Label Rights. This is the King of License available on the net with so much benefits that goes far beyond other types of license. The main benefits of products with PLR is that you have the rights to edit the content and brand it with your website URL or your name as the author. This is really a quick way to have your own products rather than creating it from scratch.
With PLR, you can do almost anything that you can think of, but be careful as the terms might vary depends on the products and publishers.
1) Unrestricted PLR (U-PLR) – You’re granted with unrestricted rights where you can do almost anything possible with the product. Some of them are not 100% unrestricted because they don’t allow you to claim the Copyright.
2) Standard PLR (S-PLR) – The terms are similar to U-PLR but with some restrictions. For example, you cannot giveaway the product, cannot sell it on eBay, cannot add it to Free membership sites etc. But, you still can sell or transfer the PLR license to your customer.
3) Personal PLR (P-PLR) – Also known as Non-Transferable PLR or Rebranding Rights License. Comes with restrictions similar to S-PLR but the most important is, you cannot sell or transfer the PLR license to your customer. The PLR is only for you.
For Additional Information, please read other license definition too.
MRR – MRR is a short form for Master Resale Rights. As MRR license holder, you can sell the product to your customer and also transfer the same MRR or BRR(see definition below) license. Please note that you don’t have the rights to edit the content of the product and cannot published it as PLR. If you want to publish PLR products as MRR, the source file must be excluded.
BRR – BRR (formerly just RR) is a short form for Basic Resale Rights. When you have this type of license, you cannot transfer the Resale Rights to your customer. You can only sell the product as Personal Use Rights. Also you don’t have the rights to edit the content of the product or published it as PLR. The source file must be excluded if you want to publish PLR products as BRR.
GAR – GAR is a short form for Give Away Rights. While other types of license also can allow the products to be given away for Free, this GAR is special because it only allow you to Giveaway the products (cannot Edit or Resale). Usually used in Free Viral Reports.
PUR – PUR is a short form for Personal Use Rights. We don’t need to explain much about this. When you get this type of license means you can only use it for Personal use. No Editing, No Resale, No Giveaway.
Question 2 – What can I do with PLR?
Actually, you have the Rights to do almost anything that you want with PLR. To give you the picture, here is the list of what you can do with them.
- You can use the products for personal use.
- You can put your name on the products as the author!
- You can edit the contents, change the eCover, re-title the products, and include your very own back-end affiliate links!
- You can break the eBook contents down to articles for your viral article submissions, blogs or even eZine!
- You can sell the products, individually or in a package at any price you wish! The profit potential is yours to decide!
- You can add the products into your (free/paid) membership site for your members to enjoy and increase the perceived value of your membership content!
- You can use the products as a bonus to another product you are selling!
- You can include these products into a paid package and sell at a higher price!
- You can sell the products through auction sites!
- You can offer the MRR or BRR – together or separately – to the products – and sell at a higher price!
- You can resale the PLR to the products at an even higher price!
- You can give the products away – with or without PLR – and use them as lead collectors to build your mailing list!
- You can change and publish the products Offline!
- And so much more!