105 – Arrows and Bullet Points (16 x 16)
18 – 30 Day Guarantee Ribbons
14 – Bonus buttons
118 – Buy Now buttons with price.
14 – Blank Certificate documents
36 – Click to buttons
15 – Credit Card strips
36 – Floating Cash images
19 – Blank gift cards
26 – iPod graphics
55 – DVD, and MP3 graphics
150 – Media Format icons
14 – Newsletter Buttons
14 – One Time Offer Boxes
19 – PDF icons
60 – Information buttons; “free”, “Limited Time”, “Join Today”
43 – Guarantee buttons
43 – Social Networking Sites Buttons
6 – Table Shadows
8 – Testimonial Ribbons
15 – Twitter Backgrounds
Also included, over 100 bonus ecover graphics, like blank eBooks, cd jewel cases, and software boxes.
Private Label Distribution Rights:
YES – Sell Private Label Rights
YES – Can Be Sold Separately
YES – Claim Full Authorship
YES – Sell Master Resale Rights
YES – Edit/Alter the Sales Materials (text only)
YES – Added to Paid Membership Sites
NO – Added to Free Membership Sites
YES – Can be Packaged with Other Products
YES – Sell at Auction Sites
YES – Offered as Free Bonus
NO – Given Away for Free
About Private label rights
In internet marketing, private label rights is a license where the author sells most or all of the intellectual property rights to their work. The license is defined by the author of the work and has no legal definition. Private label rights is derived from private labeling.
Similar licenses include resell rights, also used in internet marketing.
The license is used for various digital products such as articles, ebooks, software, graphic templates etc. Because there are many buyers of the same product, the price of a single unit is generally lower than if one would create a similar product from scratch (either by himself or by outsourcing). However, people can also purchase private label content that is limited in distribution, minimizing the number of competing marketers using the same content.
Private Label Content comes in many different formats, including PLR reports, ebooks, articles, graphics, templates and even videos.
While licenses differ with each author and seller, the basic premise is that the license permits buyers to re-brand the content under their own name and brand (excluding copyright). In general practice this means that the product can be modified, sold, resold or repurposed in many different formats. In some cases authorship on the original product is allowed and with unrestricted private label, buyers are often able to resell the same rights they’ve acquired although not all private label releases offer or permit license distribution or transfer.
Marketers use private label products for reselling under their own brands or in the case of written products for online marketing through channels like article directories, content syndication, ebook directories, slide-sharing websites and similar.
Private Label Content comes with different rights depending on the developer so it’s important to thoroughly check each license prior to use, to become familiar with any restrictions that may be in place.
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