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Re: My Take On The Different 'Rights' Available
« Reply #15 on: May 16, 2015, 12:13:15 AM »
Can PLR Have giveaway right?

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Re: My Take On The Different 'Rights' Available
« Reply #16 on: May 16, 2015, 12:24:23 PM »
Hi Chris

 :welcome: to the RRW forum.

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Re: My Take On The Different 'Rights' Available
« Reply #17 on: May 16, 2015, 12:36:22 PM »
Hi Chris

It is possible but highly unlikely in my view.
It would devalue the product imho.

You are more likely to be able to give a plr product away for personal use only.

In case I have not fully understood your question another RRW member may come along shortly and give you their view, which cannot be a bad thing.

Jim

Can PLR Have giveaway right?

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Re: My Take On The Different 'Rights' Available
« Reply #18 on: May 16, 2015, 02:59:16 PM »
Can PLR Have giveaway right?

Hi Chris,

Yes, sometimes the PLR does come with giveaway rights but not very often.

Welcome to the forum!

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« Reply #19 on: September 08, 2015, 03:40:40 AM »
Awesome post as always Dom!  I think you nailed it bro!

One thing that I would add would be to remind everyone that just because a salespage states "Unrestricted/Unlimited Rights" doesn't mean the product license will allow you to do whatever you want. I've purchased some offers that state "Comes with unrestricted PLR" but then once you make the purchase you find a bunch of "NO YOU CANNOTs ..."

Thanks,
Mark

Here's a legal-ish question:

If the product is sold as 'unrestricted' but, after you have paid over your money you find the licence to be restrictive; which takes legal precedence; the license or the sales information?

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Re: My Take On The Different 'Rights' Available
« Reply #20 on: September 08, 2015, 07:25:54 AM »
The license.  Just because it's unrestricted license for the customer...there may be limitations on what the customer can offer THEIR customers.

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« Reply #21 on: September 08, 2015, 07:41:38 AM »
The license.  Just because it's unrestricted license for the customer...there may be limitations on what the customer can offer THEIR customers.

Ah! Yes, I hadn't thought of that - thanks Jerome

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Re: My Take On The Different 'Rights' Available
« Reply #22 on: September 08, 2015, 09:38:33 AM »
I'm a plr junkie and I always look at the rights when I am looking to buy and repurpose plr...just remember there is the letter of the license and the spirit of the license.  I look at trying to respect both! #karmaisamother

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« Reply #23 on: April 04, 2016, 02:41:44 PM »
Thanks for this thread.

I was just searching for the differences of Master Resale Rights and Private Label Rights.

I was looking at the last Builder Softwares from last month.

So really the only major thing you can do with these is to resell those.

There are a lot of great products in the monthly downloads.

A shame most of them are not private label

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Re: My Take On The Different 'Rights' Available
« Reply #24 on: April 04, 2016, 03:14:47 PM »
Most plr software is not unrestricted which means that most software wont be included in a membership site with private label rights.  To be honest that is the norm.

Jerome


I was just searching for the differences of Master Resale Rights and Private Label Rights.

I was looking at the last Builder Softwares from last month.

So really the only major thing you can do with these is to resell those.

There are a lot of great products in the monthly downloads.

A shame most of them are not private label

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« Reply #25 on: June 24, 2016, 05:57:21 PM »
I have a question about personal use blog (and website if such things exist).

Can I install it on my server and use it as my own blog? Do I have to credit someone? Or is it just for an example to get inspired to create my own blog in that niche?

Can I change the text or add new pages of a personal use blog/website?

I realize this does mean other people will see it.

Why Personal use blogs exist in the first place if I cannot upload it on my server and use it as an already made blog that I can use when I need it?

I understand personal use vidéo means it cannot be upload or shown to anyome. But a personal use blog does it have to only exist on my private personal server on my pc? I could use it as an inpsiration to make my own but I just want to be sure if indeed, it is the reason why personal use blog/website exist.

Thank you guys for your time.

MODIFIED TO ADD:

Also the images that come with the wordpress theme of that blog, can I use them to create another kind of image?


With the rash of licences coming through that appear to say one thing on the sales page but an entirely different thing in the licence I just want to give my take on the 5 'rights' levels that we encounter here. (If any of these are wrong then please don't hesitate to set me right)

Personal Use Only (PUO)
Personal Use Only is the most restrictive rights package available. It basically means that it is just for your use; you can't change it or sell it just use it.

Resell Rights (RR)
This right allows you to sell a product and keep 100% of the profits but you cannot pass any rights (apart from PUO) on to your customer. In effect, it is under this right that Mark buys in order to give us PUO as it is only this right that can be legally passed onto our customers.

Master Resell Rights (MRR)

The Master Resell Rights package allows to sell to your customers both the product and the resell rights to that product. In other words, if you buy a product with Master Resale Rights, you can resell it and (if you want) you can pass along the resell rights to your customers too. This increases the value of the product significantly, because your customer may resell the product for profit as you did. In my research for this rights package I did not see that it allows you to change the product in any way although that may be covered in the package terms that you should have got with the purchase.

Private Label Rights (PLR)

The Private Label Rights package allows you to edit or customize a product and even put your name as the author before reselling it. You can change the content in many ways, such as writing an additional introductory paragraph, editing the title, changing the cover or completely modifying the product. Private Label Rights vary, with licenses offering full authorship while others limit distribution, and restrict what can be done with the content. In general, any digital product that allows you to change the content and claim its authorship can be called a PLR product.

Giveaway Rights (G)

The Giveaway Rights package allows you the right to freely giveaway the item as you see fit. However you don't have the right to claim ownership or authorship. You also don't have the right to sell the item or to charge anything for it. On this site Giveaway rights are also offered in conjunction with MRR and so you will need to read the licence to understand what you can do with each part of the product you download.

I hope that this makes sense and, as stated, please don't hesitate to put me right if I've made a boo-boo

Cheers

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Re: My Take On The Different 'Rights' Available
« Reply #26 on: June 24, 2016, 06:46:09 PM »
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Can I install it on my server and use it as my own blog? Do I have to credit someone? Or is it just for an example to get inspired to create my own blog in that niche?

It depends on the actual product (and it's license) but generally yes, you can upload that blog to your server. No, credit does not have to be given.

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Can I change the text or add new pages of a personal use blog/website?

That will vary depending on the blog's license. Many of them do allow modification. You just can't sell or flip it.

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Also the images that come with the wordpress theme of that blog, can I use them to create another kind of image?

Usually no. But that will depend on the individual product.

Thanks,
Mark


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but the really great makes you feel that you, too, can become great.”
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Re: My Take On The Different 'Rights' Available
« Reply #27 on: June 24, 2016, 07:24:58 PM »
Thank you Mark.

Long time no see on the forum. I took a break to deal with my personal offline issues.

The license is just ... You have a personal use license. That is it. No explanation. Nothing else.

It is this product.

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Stop Snoring Niche Blog

Product Rights: Personal Use
Added on: 11/06/2012


Click here to download:
StopSnoringBlog_1112
Product Filesize: 19.34 MB
 
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There is another personal use blog (Snoring Niche Blog) that allows me to use it as my own blog and EVEN, as a member of RRW, to flip it if the price is not below 47$ and the site has its own domain name. It was cool to have a privilege like that. That license was explicit and much easier to understand.

Modified this post to add:

Here is the difference between the licenses

(Stop Snoring Niche Blog)
You have a personal use license

(Snoring Niche Blog)
- Your License -

Your Have Personal Use Rights With Each Blog

You cannot giveaway nor resell these blogs. However, Scott has generously agreed to allow RRW members to flip these blogs.

    * [YES] Can be used on personal blogs that you own.
    * [YES] RRW Members can resell blogs on Flippa if installed on a domain and a miniumum selling price of $47.
    * [NO] Can sell.
    * [NO] Can give away for free.
    * [NO] Can be added to free membership sites.
    * [NO] Can be added to paid membership sites.
    * [NO] Can sell Private Label Rights (except for articles).
    * [NO] Can sell Resell Rights.
    * [NO] Can sell Master Resell Rights.
    * [NO] Can claim original copyright of the blog package.
    * [NO] Can sell derivatives of these blogs as a WSO.
It is
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Can I install it on my server and use it as my own blog? Do I have to credit someone? Or is it just for an example to get inspired to create my own blog in that niche?

It depends on the actual product (and it's license) but generally yes, you can upload that blog to your server. No, credit does not have to be given.

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Can I change the text or add new pages of a personal use blog/website?

That will vary depending on the blog's license. Many of them do allow modification. You just can't sell or flip it.

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Also the images that come with the wordpress theme of that blog, can I use them to create another kind of image?

Usually no. But that will depend on the individual product.

Thanks,
Mark

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« Reply #28 on: June 24, 2016, 08:43:03 PM »
I figured that by adding the license that say almost nothing and the other one that is more explicit, it can help other members.

I had no idea that videos for personal used were not to be shown to anyone. Luckily I never used any videos.

That is why I am not taking any chance with personal use blog. It seems I can use it as a blog for some (like Snoring Niche Blog) but for others (like Stop Snoring Niche Blog) I ONLY have personal use.

A blog that cannot be shown or be modified defeat the whole purpose of even having such a product unless it is there as a source of inspiration. Since I have my own virtual server on my desktop I can install it and inspire myself but even then it is a lot of work just to have a blog that I cannot modify or upgrade especially since the code is outdated and I cannot upgrade it to the newest version if I cannot modify it.

I found it to weird and thus it is reason I came here to seek the wisdom and the knowledge about the arcane mysteries of the licenses.

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« Reply #29 on: June 24, 2016, 10:26:24 PM »
I totally agree. It is confusing. Unfortunately some product creators fail to include detailed licenses.  So just to clarify, you can always upload the blogs to your host and treat them as your site. You just can't sell them (unless the license permits it).

Mark
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