Occasionally you can find software and plugins that is for sale with full PLR or resale rights.
If it comes with resale rights, that means you can sell it as your own. Unfortunately you may not be able to make many changes, but you’ll at least have the software to sell.
However, if it comes with PLR rights, you get the code and you can customize it as much as you’d like. (Super cool!) This means that you have essentially a “draft” for the final product and you can edit the code and make it your own. This can be a huge advantage to getting started in this market.
I happen to know that some of the “Big name” shopping carts have released their code with PLR rights. Some of the smarter up-and-comers have bought rights to that code and built their OWN shopping cart with it. They’ve made improvements and offer BETTER customer support. Now, the new guys are the ones that I promote instead of the original creators – because their customer support and responsiveness leaves the original software creators in the dust.
So, there is certainly money to be made if you can find an opportunity like this.
Find software with rights. “Tweak” it to stand out in any of the following ways:
- Brand the software for a specific target market.
- Add additional features.
- Offer better training.
- Offer better bonuses.
- Have a better affiliate program.
- Be the ones with the best customer service that money can buy.
But where do you find software and plugins with PLR rights?
One of my favorite places is Plugin Mill, owned by my friend, Lynette Chandler. She comes out with new plugins every month and sells them with PLR rights.
I know for a fact, and I know they wouldn’t mind me saying this, but Alice Seba and Lynette used one of the plugins from Plugin Mill to create this niche-specific plugins for Food Bloggers that they sell on this site.
A little tweaking and customizing and they’ve got plugins that they can sell and the food bloggers love them and think they were created specifically for them. Well, in a way, they were. 🙂
I can tell you, people LOVE to buy tools. Be the one selling the shovels to the people in the gold rush. THEY made all the money.
Be smart. Use shortcuts when they are available.