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Product Requests / Re: Weight loss videos
« on: February 24, 2014, 01:43:25 AM »
Even without Youtube and related free hostjng sites the videos could still be hosted on a service such as Amazon S3. Lots of potential here with low cost of investment.

Your RRW Membership / Re: Personal Use Rights
« on: February 22, 2014, 07:43:01 PM »
I responded to a related post where I gave details about the WPMS.

Product Requests / Re: WP Monster Sale Package
« on: January 28, 2014, 10:10:41 PM »
Hey krackerjax,

Thank you for the explanation` as as it lets people understand better and I know I need it totally

Anytime.  8))

Product Requests / Re: WP Monster Sale Package
« on: January 26, 2014, 10:44:40 PM »
I had posted about this as I had purchased the Platinum package. Then after purchase searched the RRW files and found the same plugins. The difference is all in legal peespective. The plugin you download on RRW is the same plugin except only comes with personal use rights. That is, legally not supposed to resell. Purchase of WP Monster Sale gives you the legal right to resell the plugins. Based upon Mark's response to my post he gave the info of the plugin originator:

It's available through MonetizeDesign at $499 for MRR of all their WP plugins (38 plugins) or $299 for personal use rights. You pay fraction of that via WP Monster Sale for resell rights. Only difference I see is with MonetizeDesign you'd have direct access to plugin creators whereas WPMS you wouldn't.

URL to MonetizeDesign:

Your RRW Membership / Re: Personal Use Rights
« on: January 13, 2014, 10:24:22 PM »
I got the Platinum package from JJ Fast Publishing (Jay Boyer and John Rhodes). Here's the link to the basic package (non-affiliate link):

If you go to exit or go to another site it brings up a popup which loads the sales page. The rights I got with them are PLR... That is, I can rename and label as my own product. Doesn't mention anything about offering MRR.

All five of the plugins are listed in the RRW downloads but with personal use rights. In AM will check if the other plugins in platinum are in RRW.

I haven't checked yet to see if all the bonuses are available as well in RRW. The 100 templates are nothing more than probably PLR templates. Looking at CSS I can tell were created with Artisteer. Personally, I prefer TemplateToaster.

Your RRW Membership / Re: Personal Use Rights
« on: January 13, 2014, 07:57:57 PM »
Not at home right now so I don't have access to my list. The person/company I purchased access from is a well-known IMer. Not some newbie that created a quick resell site.

Off the top of my head the plugins are FB Tube Pro, Optin Buzz, and FB Webinar. Those are the only 3 plugins I can think of. I believe the add dates on this site are in 2012.

Your RRW Membership / Personal Use Rights
« on: January 13, 2014, 05:50:42 PM »
I've been looking over some Wordpress plugins that's available here.  Most of them are "Personal Use" only.  However, when researching the Internet I'm seeing the same exact plugins with MRR/RR/PLR licenses. Is there a particular reason most of the WP plugins here are personal use only?

Questions About Latest Products / Re: $0.02 FB Clicks
« on: December 13, 2013, 11:30:19 AM »
I tried contacting the company he claims that he is the owner of via their sales e-mail address. E-mail got returned with error that mail server of unresponsive for too long. I'm voting the site as junk/scam. Also it's amazing master-gin's only posts ever are on this post hete.

Marketing Talk / Re: Time to finally pay up for pics
« on: December 02, 2013, 05:37:40 AM »
I know the feeling about Getty Images. When trying to search images on Google I hate when getty images, shutterstocket, etc come up in the results.  i don't mind paying for images but I have my limits.  For one simple image I'm not paying $40+.  The prices on some of those stock image sites are ridiculous.  Great set of royalty free image links.  Definitely bookmarking this post.  Thanks!

Marketing Talk / Re: General Question About Developers Rights
« on: December 02, 2013, 05:15:24 AM »
I've seen a number of products sold recently with private label rights that were actually quite restrictive. I think that's one of the things that adds to the confusion about the difference in rights between PLR, MRR, RR and personal use.

Good point. And also you have a number of marketers who state "Comes with full PLR" or "Comes with unrestricted PLR" on the salepage but after you make the purchase you find a bunch of "No, you cannot ..."  Confusing and frustrating.


IMO, I'd consider that false advertising and deceptive trade practices.  Too many lawyers and marketing people like to add their own definition of what is considered "unlimited" and "unrestricted."  Simply put, it means without limit and without restrictions. If they have any "No" in their terms then they lied about the rights.

Questions About Latest Products / Re: $0.02 FB Clicks
« on: December 02, 2013, 05:01:33 AM »
You say you're literally giving it away but the package does cost $2.95.  Pardon my suspicions but I've learned to be cautious online.  Most owners would post the actual URL of their product.  Even if they wanted to keep track of the clicks via a shortened URL (such as TinyURL) the end result wouldn't have an ID affixed to the URL.  The resulting URL has an ID of crazymonky.  This sounds to me more like an affiliate ID.

Questions About Latest Products / Re: $0.02 FB Clicks
« on: December 02, 2013, 12:30:58 AM »
Hey guys,
I realy hate to burst your bubble..
First of all,, the 2 cent fb clicks sounds amazing, BUT ITS not.. see it this way.. cheap clicks get you cheap traffic,, and cheap traffic is not the buying type of traffic.. hu?? you might think,, well let me introduce myself,. if you have been following any 1 cent or 2 cent bs program on fb lately you might know they refer to me as "Robin Hood of the internet",, wy.. becouse i was realy helping a lot of peeps getting sales and a lot of leads from fb,, and not at that ilusion of 2 cents.. becouse fb puts your ad on the more than low traffic hours.. so you get the traffic thats just fast checking around and not in the buying mode... i honestly pay 10 cent s and up to get realy good ROI,, all my students that i showed how to use fb the RIGHT way are doing the same.  check this out

I didn't mention this to boast about getting FB sales for only $0.02.  I do know enough about Internet Marketing that if you are paying only a couple pennies a click then the traffic won't be as good as the others.  My reason for posting was that I'm noticing that I have access to content on the RRW site that lots of others are selling at full price and I have access to it for the low monthly RRW fee.  That is, for a fraction of the price of many of these marketing schemes out there that are being sold I have access to it for the all-inclusive price I'm currently paying at RRW.  So I can read all about the $0.02 FB click scheme without spending any extra money.

The Social Lever e-book, is that yours you created or affiliate?

Questions About Latest Products / Re: Transcendental Meditation Trademark
« on: November 25, 2013, 04:38:10 AM »
Was browsing the forums and saw this one.  There's actually four filings for the term "Transcendental Meditation" with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.  Of the four only one is still alive, the one that contacted you.  According to USPTO records the term was registered on filed on August 12, 1976 and registered on January 17, 1978.

Questions About Latest Products / $0.02 FB Clicks
« on: November 25, 2013, 04:25:49 AM »
I haven't been paying much attention to the releases on RRW.  The other day I got an e-mail about a product claiming to teach about $0.02 FB clicks.  I thought the idea sounded nice but I really wasn't in to FB advertising at the moment I read the e-mail.  Tonight... errr.. this morning, I'm skimming through the Gold downloads and I stumble upon a course claiming to teach about $0.02 FB advertising clicks.  I also noticed, as I was just skimming through about the term AZON, which is short for Amazon.  I'm like, hold on.  I do a quick search on the internet and found one of the $0.02 FB Ad Clicks courses with AZON themes as bonuses. It's selling for $97.  It blew my mind.  I've been hearing a lot about "AZON" in IM lately.  I truly got a smack in the face today.  I knew that RRW has tons of awesome content available but to see stuff available to me for my low monthly fee and to see IMers selling similar products for near $100 really makes me realize even more how much potential is available in the content here.

Your RRW Membership / Re: What have you Being RRW Gold Member?
« on: November 20, 2013, 10:56:08 PM »
I don't know exactly how long I've been a RRW member but a little over six months ago I bit the bullet to pay for the Gold membership.  I was looking at RRW and MasterResellRights.  I like with RRW is that it contains software and other content (i.e. PLR articles, graphics, etc).  Thanks to one of the software available on RRW it gave me an idea for development of my own software.

While I haven't made my first dime in the content available here I do have to say that there's so much potential with the content on RRW and an RRW Gold membership.  Me not making a dime is all my fault for not getting off my butt and applying myself.  The key, to me, is branding.  When I say branding I don't just mean to slap your company logo or name on something.  I mean really brand it.  If it's software, create a nice help file (CHM and PDF) to go with it.  If it's articles, use the PLR content to get you going but rewrite the content a bit to reflect you and your company image.

Karen gave a great example on how she took audio files available here and made them available for sale on her site.  Putting effort in to your product is what will help sell it.  Simple rebranding of a product or content, IMO, won't cut it in the long run.

To me, the large potential that one has with all the content available with an RRW Gold membership is more than worth the <$20/mo fee.

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