Resell rights come in many forms and sizes. They can come in large packages with many products bundled together and offer for an almost suspiciously low price.
Or they can be offered on a single product for a four-figure sum. There are also different types of rights offered to allow you to do different things.
Basic resell rights only give you the right to sell the product. You cannot claim the product is your own and you do not have permission to offer the resell rights to anyone else.
Basic resell rights are usually the cheapest, so it may be easier to make a profit.
Check the terms for how much you can charge for the product or if it can be given away, perhaps as a bonus with something else.
There may also be conditions for distributing the product from membership and auction sites. If you are buying rights to software make sure you know the product well enough to deal with any troubleshooting inquiries.
Some software rights sellers are prepared to deal with inquiries themselves. The product may also come with a web sales page that you can use but check for any restrictions.
Master resell rights often include a web page with the product. They give you the right to sell the product and you can also pass on this right to your customers.
However, that is as far as it goes. Your customers cannot give the resell rights for the product to their customers.
The best master resells rights packages will include a zip file containing everything you need to put on your download page.
There are two types of resell rights that may be referred to as private label rights. One type is where you are given the resell rights for a finished product and you are also allowed to put your name on the product as the author.
This type of product is a ready-to-sell information or software product. You cannot change it other than put your name on it.
The second type of private label rights is also known as source code rights. The product is not a finished ready-to-sell item.
Instead, it will be the raw source material that you can use to produce a finished item. Programs will be in the source code format; information products will be in a word processor format, like MS Word.
You can change the product in any way you want. You can add your name as the author, add more content, omit parts, or split it into several products.
You may also be able to sell resell rights and even master resell rights. Terms and conditions should be posted, so check them carefully.
Most private label rights packages also come with a web page and graphics that you can use for selling.
If you have found a resell rights product that you think you can sell you need to do some basic market research before purchasing.
How many people are searching for this type of product? How many competing products are there? Have you seen the product available elsewhere?
If you are going to sell on the internet you need to have access to the following skills. You must be able to edit web pages, create payment links, and upload the product and web pages to a server.
If you are buying private label rights you must also be able to edit the product. This is especially important if you are buying rights for software.
There are many ways you can sell products on the internet. You can usually set up your own website or add the sales page to your existing site.
You could invest in pay per click ads or ezine ads. You could write articles. If you have private label rights to a book you can use some of the content to produce articles or even a free report for viral marketing.
Resell rights offer the advantage of not having to produce your own material. However, you need to be sure the product is of good quality and that you have a good marketing plan.