Firesales – This strategy is a great way to tremendously maximize your profit using private label rights content. The content creators use private label rights content to create products. They are packaged in amounts of 10 or more products.
The firesale is constructed as such where the packaged products are sold at different prices for a certain amount of time. For several days, the price may start at $97. After the deadline for that period has passed, the firesale price increases.
The increase could be anywhere from $10 to $30, or maybe more. After that period has passed, the firesale price increases again. This process continues in a cycle for a few weeks or until all the quantities have sold out.
With some of the firesales, the prices can increase up to as much as $200 – $250 for a package. This of course, depends on the type of products being sold and how much the seller thinks they’re worth.
The products that are sold during the firesale are usually ones that they would rather sell rights to, as opposed to resell the individual products themselves. The seller usually offers private label rights, resale rights and/or master resale rights with the firesale packages.
It doesn’t take long for the packages to sell out. For one, there are usually only a limited number of packages made available for the firesale. It’s basically a first come, first serve deal. If you snooze, you lose.
The number of packages made available for the firesale are usually between 100 – 300. This way, only so many people are able to purchase. After the last package has been sold, the firesale is over.
They spend several hundred dollars for each product and still come out profitable during the firesale. They don’t have a problem doing that because they know they’ll come out ahead when everything’s said and done.
Just in one day alone, their firesales can amass five figures. Just think, starting the firesale at $97 and 150 purchased at that price during the first few days. That’s a total of $14,550 in a matter of 24 – 72 hours. Or sometimes you can make that much selling firesale packages in one day.
If you’re thinking about doing a firesale, you can start out with five products. This way, you can get a feel for how a firesale is operated. Some people choose to package related products together, some don’t. If possible, see if you can find an experienced person who has done firesales and knows what goes into them.
Take your time to modify the private label content to create your own unique reports. Create graphics to go with them and write your own sales copy. There are many copywriting books available to use. You can also check on the forums. Sometimes, some of the forum members offer great deals on copywriting material. You just never know what kind of gem of a deal you might come across.
Take those five products (or reports) and offer private label rights. Start out with a low price, like $27. Shoot for 50 to 100 packages for your first time. You won’t be out of much money, except the merchant processing fees.
If you sold all 100 packages, you could make close to $2600 – $2700, minus the processing fees. Of course, the reports must have excellent value and they don’t have to be 70+ pages long to do that.
After you’ve finished the first one, you can do it all over again. You may want to wait a month or two before presenting it. You don’t want to get inundated with firesales and lose focus with your subscribers.
Firesales is a surefire way to make a ton of money in a day to a few days. After you really get the hang of it, you can move on to bigger projects that will earn you enormous profits.
One of the best ways to make lucrative profits with private label rights content is to create membership sites. Membership sites can be lucrative because it’s considered recurring income that you get every month. It is also a good way of assuring you a consistent online income.
More membership sites are being created all the time. The membership site route will continue to expand. More and more people are looking for ways to make lucrative profits with private label rights content.
By starting out with simple membership sites, you can have a recurring monthly income within 30 – 60 days. Membership sites can be a goldmine, if they’re done right. You will receive money every month, as long as your members stick around.
To create a simple membership site can cost less than $50. To set up a membership site may take a few hours, depending on how technically savvy you are. You can find software that can be set up with a few clicks.
Before membership sites became well known, when you installed software, it cost more and was filled with bugs. Also back then, there weren’t a lot of merchant systems around to set up monthly billing.
One of the best ways to start a membership site is to purchase bundles of private label rights products and content from sellers and other websites. You can modify the content and use it for your membership sites.
You’re just purchasing private label rights content and packaging it for your target audience. When you provide them with private label rights products and content on a consistent basis, they don’t have to purchase it.
This way, your subscribers are saving time and money. This also helps your subscribers because they can take the private label rights products and modify them to their specifications.
Before you start your membership site, you should have private label rights content available to upload. You want your subscribers to have products and content to look forward to when they join your membership site. You will have to keep resources available to provide private label rights content to your membership site on an ongoing basis.
A lot of the membership sites out there teach or have information on how to create private label rights products or articles. There are other membership sites that are based on other themes, such as health, recipes, writing and self-improvement, just to name a few. You have to decide on what kind of membership you want to create with private label rights products and content.
When you search for private label rights content for your membership sites, it’s crucial to get quality content. If the content is of subpar quality, the subscribers will drop like flies. They don’t want to stick around if you have rehashed or outdated material uploaded on your sites.
If you have a problem finding quality private label rights content, you may have to hire writers to create the content for you. You can check with Elance or other freelance writing sites to find people who can fulfill your needs. In order to keep purchasing quality and fresh content, you will have to set aside a portion of your funds for this.
With a private label rights membership site that sells products, you will need to have at least three products available to upload each month. This would also depend on the type of membership and the monthly fee. If you are doing it this way, it would be advantageous to
include some private label rights articles to complement the products for that month. This will definitely add value to the existing products.
You can also have a private label rights article membership site. For this, you would probably have to get a dedicated writer just for your site. In order for this type of site to be of value, you will need someone who can churn out private label articles at the snap of a finger. The more articles in the membership site, the better. Some sites have batches of 100 articles or more for that month.
People don’t mind paying the monthly membership fee every month as long as you’re providing quality content. Depending on the set up, you can charge whatever monthly fee you feel is sufficient to create lucrative, recurring income every month.
Some membership sites just contain private label rights articles and will charge from $10 on up, depending on the content and what else is in the membership site. You can also use another strategy to make quick lucrative income. In addition to offering a monthly fee, you can offer a lifetime membership price where they pay a certain amount one time. They no longer have to concern themselves with a recurring monthly fee.
You can also create membership sites based from niche products that are doing well in sales. For instance, if you have an e-book about vegetarian or organic recipes that is doing well, you can gauge that and turn it into a healthy recipes membership site.
Just fill the site with lots of private label rights articles on being a vegetarian or growing organic foods. People are always looking for subjects like this and are willing to pay money to get these kinds of recipes and other report using private label content.
You can model your membership site after other successful ones. This will give you some ideas as how to tailor your site. You should not, however, under any circumstances, take their work, copy it to your membership site as your own work. You’ll be looking at some hefty copyright infringement fines.
You can also conduct niche research to find out what is selling. Clickbank is a great place to start. It is one of the best places to look for and find a niche market to base your membership site
on. You can buy private label rights articles on the niche you chose. You can also get ideas for membership sites from bullet points of sales letters. These can provide ideas as to what you can include in your membership site.
Another place where you can get ideas for membership sites is 43 Things. This website is very popular and you can use it to find lots of niche ideas for your membership site. While you’re thinking about the theme, you should also think about what kind of problems are people looking to solve. You could probably base your membership site on that, depending on how much private label right content you can get.
Say for instance, the idea was weight loss. The weight loss sector is a popular niche, but if you’re able to drill down and find something within the niche of weight loss, like eating healthy, you can create a membership site based on healthy foods/recipes, drinking plenty of water and getting exercise. This all ties in together because in order to stay healthy you must drink plenty of water and exercise.
Amazon is another place where you can get niche ideas for your membership site. Find a niche that catches the eye. You won’t run out of niche ideas using this resource. Check out magazines at your local book store. You can find plenty of niche ideas there as well.
When you open your membership site, you may want to have a special for the first 100 people. Some sellers provide bonuses for those early-bird sign-ups. You can start pricing your monthly fees from $4.95. It’s better to start on the low end when pricing monthly membership sites because more people are inclined to join.
Even though $4.95 is a low price to start, you can limit your sign-ups to a few hundred. You would make $495 for one site each month. That’s a nice little income. Rinse and repeat with the next membership site. You can set it up other small membership sites the same way. You can also have low cost membership sites on: Fishing tips, dating tips, or internet marketing.
There are other ways to find out what people want. You can upload a repot to the membership site and using statistical software, find out how many people read it. When you get your stats, you can look and see which report was downloaded and read the most. This way, you can know what people are purchasing. You can base your findings on that and create products that are related. This way, you’re not second guessing what they want.
For your membership sites, it’s also good to include small reports. Everyone doesn’t like to spend time reading e-books. Small reports can be digested in a matter of an hour or less. As long as the content is of good quality, the subscribers will pick it up in a heartbeat. You can have a few 1,000 word reports uploaded to the membership site. These reports can be created using modified private label content.
You must have a way of getting traffic to your membership site. You can do that by using private label rights articles with a byline at the end. Your articles can be informative, but to the point. Your articles should not have a lot of fluff. You can modify private label articles about getting traffic quickly for your product launch. Modify the articles to your own specifications.
Offer a trial subscription to your membership site. When they go through the site and see what kind of quality content you have created from private label rights material, more than likely, they’ll want to stay. People are constantly looking for quality content and don’t mind paying for it.
If you want to create more costly membership sites, you can sell them for at least $97 a month. However, with costlier membership sites, you have to provide more value for what they worth. This means more private label rights articles, private label rights products and other information related to the niche need to be added to the membership site.
To come up with some ideas for your higher priced membership sites, you can use the private label rights reports and articles that come from your lower paying sites. This can generate some ideas as to what niches to use for the higher priced ones.
An untapped way to make lucrative profits from private label rights content is to sell your membership sites for cash. You already have the content modified and created for each site. Membership sites that have original and unique content are winners when it comes to selling them.
This would include e-books, small reports and anything else deemed necessary. The key here, as with private label rights content in general, is uniqueness. Being unique provides value to your membership sites. This means that no one else is creating private label rights content like you.
You have a real winner if your sites are extremely profitable, which is what private label rights content can do for websites. Always create content that has real value and is focused on the subscriber’s needs. That’s the reason you have the membership sites, for their benefit.
If your site is earning $2,000 each month, you can take 12 months of the profit figures and get a nice five figure sum for selling your membership site. You’d be making a lot more money if you had a lot of these sites. Just do the math.
Just remember this formula: Content that’s unique + profitable = lots of money. Your original content can make plenty of money for you, whether it’s in a membership site, e-book, small report or videos.
Additional Tips About Private Label Rights And Content
With your private label rights content, avoid using a lot of pictures and other items that would distract from the narrative. Your customers are looking to receive information, not a lot of pictures.
They can also get in the way and when you try to remove them, it can be a task. It may be better not to have any pictures at all.
When you’re writing or modifying your private label content, write it from the angle of the person who you’ll be selling it to. They are the ones that will be reading the information, and if it’s for their benefit, then by all means gear it towards them. It defeats the purpose if you’re not focusing on the needs of your customer. You are there to cater to them.
If your budget allows it and you don’t have the time to create private label articles, hire a ghostwriter, check with Elance, or other freelance writing sites. You can get some candidates for a reasonable price. You can also check with the more popular forums to find writers who are looking for writing work. They’ll be glad to negotiate a deal with you.
You should have good sales letter copy. It should include the following:
Headline – Your headline is usually in red bold lettering. It stands out because it uses a large font. This is to get the customer’s attention. The headline should also be worded whereas it stands out.
It should be something that is attention grabbing the moment people laid eyes on it. It should be something that will force them to keep reading to find out more. You can also have a sub headline. Of course, the sub headline will have a smaller font, but still in bold. It just provides a little emphasis on what’s to come.
Sales Page – When your write, write as if you were addressing this to one person. This makes them feel special and privileged that you would send them an offer. You can also list features of your product, but the key is to list the benefits.
What will it do for them? That’s what they want to know. If the product does something for them and meets their needs, then more than likely, they’ll whip out their credit card and make a purchase. If it doesn’t meet there needs or benefit them in any way, they won’t even finish reading the sales page.
If this product is a private label rights offer on how to use private label rights, you should pose some potential problems in the sales letter. For instance:
Let them know that you know that there’s a problem that needs to be resolved. In this case, the person may be challenged in how to use private label rights. The person may not know how to modify private label content after they’ve purchased it from a website.
The person may not know how to create a product with the content they’ve purchased. Knowing how to market unique products may be a challenge. The person is not versed in writing a sales letter. Structuring private label rights articles is out the box. The person needs to know how to create graphics for their product.
Well, since you have a product that can remedy these challenges, you can present it to the person in a way that won’t make them feel intimidated or embarrassed about purchasing your product.
Your sales page should answer and solve all their concerns. It should explain how to create a private label rights product step by step. Let the person know that your product explains how to modify private label content and how to create a product with that content.
If they can’t write a sales letter, offer suggestions and alternatives. Provide suggestions and instructions regarding creating graphics for the product.
If this can be conveyed on the sales page without giving everything away, you will not only have one sale, but many more. There are many people who are not proficient in some of these features.
Assure your potential customer that their needs will be addressed in the product. Also, let your potential customer know of the additional items that will accompany this product. On your website, provide them the following information:
• What format they will be receiving the product (i.e., PDF, Word document)
• What they can do with the PDF and Word document (i.e., modify content, etc.)
• Modify the content to create different reports you can distribute for free
• Create an e-course with the content
• Create a newsletter with the content
• Sales letter already written (pre-written sales letter)
• Modify the Word document to create articles with a resource box
• Modify and customize graphics to your specifications
On your sales letter, you should include any testimonials if you have them. This makes your product more credible and will prompt your potential customers to purchase the product. Make a special effort to estimate the actual value of your product. This looks good so the potential customer will know how much it could have actually cost as compared to what you’re offering.
On the sales page, you should mention that there is a limited quantity of your product available. In other words, you’re saying that if you want it, you need to purchase it now. If the person waits later or in a few days, the product may not be available. Limiting copies also holds an advantage for you. This preserves the value of your product.
Software With Private Label Rights – You don’t have to know the latest code to create this type of software. You can have a simple program that people can use. It doesn’t have to be complicated. The reason for software with private label rights is that if you were to enter into a business transaction agreement with the software proprietor, they would allow you to modify the software to your specifications. You would also able to brand it so that it’s tailored to you.
If you had a thought about creating a product from the software, you could do that to appeal to the needs of the market. With private label rights, any changes made can make the software into a great selling product. The profits from this would be more lucrative than just a private label rights project selling e-books.
There will always be a demand for software in the marketplace. There will always be people who will have a need for some type of software, whether it’s word processing, spreadsheet, media creation, etc.
You can also get free software from different webpages that offer it. Be sure to read their terms before you settle on what you want. It is important to know that if you’re not a software guru, you may want to get an experienced programmer to assist you in looking for any bugs that may be in the software. You don’t need to sell any software and the customer is disappointed because bugs are causing it not to work properly.