Creating Your Own Ebook with Private Label Rights


If you do not like to write, or simply do not have the time, then creating your own ebook with private label rights may be an ideal answer for you.

What are private label rights? Generally speaking, private label rights allow you to take an existing information product such as an ebook and change it's content, give it a new title, and even list yourself as the author.

Of course, before you secure private label rights to an information product you will want to review the license to see what you can and can not do – in other words, find out if the private label rights license comes with any restrictions.

Once you secure private label rights to an ebook, how do you make it your own "unique" product? Here are four ways:

1) Add your own content. If you're good at writing, and are familiar with the topic the ebook covers, add your own content. You can add as many or as much content as you wish.

For example, let's say you've just secured private label rights to an ebook about gardening. If you have already written several articles on gardening, you could include those articles in the ebook.

Another option is to add a "resource" section. For example, maybe you know of some gardening tool and plant care websites that your readers may be interested in – you can list those in your source section.

What if you are not good at writing, or do not have time? You can simply keep the content in the private label rights ebook as is. Another option is to hire a ghostwriter to write some content for you.

2) Combine content from other private label rights books. Another option is to add content from another private label rights products that allow you to do so – such as ebooks, reports, or articles. This is an ideal way to create your "own" customized ebook.

Using the private label rights gardening book as an example, let's say you also have a series of prviate label rights reports – each one focusing on plant care for a particular plant. Why not include each one as a chapter in your new ebook?

3) Give your ebook a new title. Come up with a catchy title – a catchy title can actually help increase your conversion ratio when it comes to selling your ebook. If you need ideas, look at the titles of other books that are selling well – including your competitors.

4) Have a new ecover created. Once you've created your ebook, and given it a new title, you will want to create a new ecover for it.

You have two options here: Buy ebook cover software, or hire an ebook cover designed to create on for you. Both are good options, it just depends on which works best for you.

If you do not have the time, or expertise to create you own ecover then you will probably want to consider hiring a professional ecover designer.
However, if you like the idea of ​​creating your own ecovers and are willing to take the time to learn how, then there are some excellent ecover design software packages out there. But no matter which route you choose, make sure the end result is a professional looking ecover.

In this article you learned four ways to create your own unique ebook using private label rights. Hopefully you will be able to put these suggestions to work to sell even more copies new ebook!

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Source by R. Lawrence Anderson

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