Deciding On PLR Licensing

When you are creating and selling PLR material, there are many things to consider. One of these things is to choose what usage rights are you going to give away on your PLR products. Even though, by its very nature PLR is virtually wide open in how you can use it, there are still certain restrictions you can (and should) consider.

Any PLR product you create should include the specific rights you wish to grant and/or disallow. Commonly, those will be found in a plain text file that follows this general template (Feel free to use this one in fact, just change the yess and nos to your desired choices):

Usage Rights:

[YES] Can edit, take apart, add to, or sell as is

[YES] Can be bundled with other products

[YES] Can be offered as a bonus

[YES] Can use the content as a viral report

[YES] Can be used to create audio/video products

[YES] Can give them to your affiliates to publish to promote your products

[YES] Can be used for opt-in bonuses (newsletter signups, etc.)

[YES] Can be added to paid membership sites

[YES] Can be offered through auction sites

[YES] Can claim full authorship

[YES] Can alter ecover graphics

[NO] Can be used as web content

[NO] Can Sell resell rights

[NO] Can sell master resell rights

[NO] Can sell private label rights

[YES] Add to free membership sites

This is not the entire scope of usage rights you can grant or withheld, but it is a great starting point, and feel free to use it for your own creations.

I wont break down every right as they are fairly self explanatory but their are a couple that take a little more consideration then others:

[NO] Can be used as web content This right basically means people cant break down your products for blog

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