28 Jul 17

When you sell products with resale rights, you are not selling a book or a course. Is not teaching people how to do something,! not! what you’re actually doing is to sell a business with which people can start from that moment to generate income. And in many cases, give someone a business that generates revenue from the beginning is extremely more attraction that try to tell you how to create for themselves and indeed! much less laborious! Different types of resell rights. As you perhaps already know or has sense to appoint, there are several types of resell rights you can buy and sell. Here is a summary of them. (1) Rights of resale (General) gives us the right to resell the product, this can be applied both to digital products as tangible.

When the product is digital, you can sell the product and stay with 100% of the benefit as many times as you want because of the duplicabilidad that relates to digital products by nature. (2) Rights of basic resale you have the right to resell the product, but his client does not have the right to resell it to a third party. You keep 100% of the profit from each sale you make. (3) Rights of resale Master you have the right to resell the product and also their basic rights (or master) resale to their customers. Their customers in turn may sell the product and its resale rights and stay as you with 100% of the benefit. Except that it is limited by its author, if their customers want it (like you) may also sell the product without resell rights. Rights Private Label Este is the father of all the resale rights. Buy Private Label usually guarantees you the right to modify the product in the way you want to, put you as author, selling basic resell rights or master to your customers and use the product such as if were of his own creation.

(4) Give Away rights or free transfer in this mode you have the right to freely distribute the product. In many of these cases however you will not have the possibility Edit the material or sell it. (5) Rights Royalty you must pay a percentage of each sale made to the author of the product. This modality is more common in tangible products. McDonalds and some types of libraries are good examples of this system. As it can be deduced by now – and by way of summary, a reseller is simply someone who buys rights of resale of third-party products and sells them, staying 100% of the benefit. Yes, the common factor is: 100% of the profit!


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