Private label rights products can be a great way to kick out products that are in high demand. The best way to do this is to change them in order to differentiate you from the other people who may the same product. There are several different ways you can accomplish this. In this article we are going to give you the best formula to use to make a private label rights product unique.
The first thing I suggest you do is go through the product and make some changes. If you have an ebook, software, or report, I would suggest going through and rewritting parts of it to add your own personality to it. Additionally you could also go through and add product recommendations to other related ebooks, software, and back-end products.
If it a software program and you do not feel comfortable with making changes, you could hire someone from a site like Elance to change the program so that it is different from the other people who purchased private label rights to the same product. These changes could have added features, changing graphics, or other minor changes to make it unique.
The next thing you could do to make your private label rights products unique is to combine 2 or more different products together into one. This basically involves analyzing the products to determine the similarities and then combining the parts that are different into one product. After doing this you could write a sales letter that highlights the additions and stand out from the crowd of other people selling the original versions of the private label rights products.
Finally another way to make your private label rights products unique is the way in which you sell them. You can combine a few products into a package and sell them in what is commonly called a "dime sale". This is a sale in which you offer your product (s) at a special price for a specified amount of time. In some cases, the price can increase with each sale made or it can increase at predetermined time intervals.
Dime sales can also be a great way to build a list of proven buyers. These people that have proven that they are willing to spend money online. Having a list of these types of subscribers will help you make more money on back-end offers. Back-end offers can be other related products that you own or even affiliate programs that you may be promoting.
Source by Mosiekk Conley