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Product Requests / Another nice video product from Paul Counts
« on: September 25, 2013, 07:51:44 PM »
This looks good as does the upsell. His stuff is usually very good.

"[Yes] Can be sold
[Yes] Can be edited
[Yes] Can be sold with the squeeze page.
[Yes] Can be offered as a bonus
[Yes] Can be included in "paid" membership sites
[Yes] Can Pass Resale Rights
[Yes] Can Pass Master Resale Rights
[Yes] Can be combined with other offers.
[Yes] Can claim yourself as the author or producer of the ebook.
[Yes] Can sell on
[Yes] Can be used as free web content
[Yes] Can be given away free to build your list
[No] Can pass Private Label Rights
[No] Can pass the source file document to the customer.

*** Rights for the Squeeze Page ***

You can sell the proven to convert squeeze pages as part of this offer, or as a bonus to other offers that you may have. This is a huge bonus! You just can't give away the squeeze page.

[Yes] Can be sold
[Yes] Can be edited
[Yes] Can be offered as a bonus
[Yes] Can be included in "paid" membership sites
[Yes] Can Pass Resale Rights
[Yes] Can Pass Master Resale Rights
[Yes] Can be combined with other offers.
[Yes] Can claim yourself as the creator of the squeeze page.
[Yes] Can sell on
[Yes] Can pass the HTML source file document to the customer.
[Yes] Can use in website flips.
[No] Can be used as free web content
[No] Can be given away free
[No] Can pass Private Label Rights"

Marketing Talk / Re: Pen Name/Alias for IM
« on: September 18, 2013, 10:27:57 AM »
If you decide to use a pen name, you'll soon realize that it's not simple as it looks like. People don't have a problem with a pen name, they don't even look strange at you when you mention that isn't actually your name, but there are situations when you just need to use your real name, like - sending a bank account number, verifying identity, copyright protections etc. 

That's exactly why all your internet business should be through a limited company so the bank account, copyright etc should be in the company's name.

Marketing Talk / Re: Pen Name/Alias for IM
« on: September 13, 2013, 09:14:28 PM »
There have been quite a few successful sites that have been owned by well known names and have been sold on. Many have quickly failed because the new owner had no reputation, so the members left in droves.

On the other hand if the site is run by a fiction, and it changes hands the fiction stays on and gives continuity. To the general public there is no way of them knowing that it is a fictitious name if it's been done properly.

There are almost certainly people whose name is well known who are using a pseudonym, just nobody knows except perhaps the tax authorities.

There are certain professions where it would not be advantageous for your name to be associated with a marketing operation. For example Grant Shapps, the chairman of the Conservative party, used to operate as Micheal Green of the How To Corporation. Unfortunately that identity became public knowledge and he had to close it down.

I know of another successful marketer whose real name is the one he uses for his undertakers business. He certainly doesn't want his web activity coming up when someone is trying to book a funeral.

You will often see comments about the problems of selling membership sites because you can't transfer a Paypal or Clickbank subscription, but if the site is owned by a limited company then who owns the company doesn't matter, as the accounts are the companies accounts and, as most people will know, a company is a separate legal entity to it's owners or managers so transferring the company has no impact on it's agreements.

Would you mind elaborating this statement? I don't see any positive difference between using fake and real name when building a business.

If you intend to operate the business and have no intention of selling it  then there is no difference, but if you plan to create a saleable asset then you have to plan ahead. That is why it is so important to know what your long term plans are as your strategy should be affected by that. Also if you create a strong personal brand then that devalues everything you own. It doesn't matter if you are planning to pass the business on to the next generation, but that then assumes that they will want to take it on.

There is of course also the problem of people copying you. You will find that most people in the internet marketing niche use an alias for any other niches they operate in, simply because they don't want people to be able to easily identify where they are making money.

Marketing Talk / Re: Pen Name/Alias for IM
« on: September 11, 2013, 04:55:34 AM »
There is absolutely nothing wrong with using a pen name. Whether it's the right thing or not depends on a few factors. If you are building a business with the purpose of creating an asset that you can sell, then using your own name is a huge disadvantage as you become the brand and that can substantially reduce the marketability of the business.

If you plan to say build a membership site that is going to be sold as a going concern for example  the best way to do it is to have the business owned by a company which has it's own paypal and clickbank accounts then when you sell it is simply a matter of transferring the shares.

If it's going to be seamless then you need a persona which the new owner can take over. You might be surprised if you could discover how many of the instantly recognisable names in IM aren't the person's real name. I'd be astonished if there weren't quite a few.

A couple of years ago I had a domain with Go Daddy and they blocked it because of a spam complaint. Now the spam had clearly originated from Romania, just admin at my site was used as the from address.

I argued about it for over a month and then wrote it off. Since then I have heard numerous stories about Go Daddy being trigger happy and totally unhelpful in similar situations so be careful. I would never touch them again

Marketing Talk / Re: Personal use rights
« on: May 17, 2013, 06:56:37 PM »
Hi Everyone,

As some of you have already mentioned, the link to the product salepage is included so that you can see what the product is about.  Even though a puo product will not have a salespage included with it, having the salespage link posted makes it easier to see what exactly the product is.


Hi Mark,

That is much appreciated, but could you also provide a link so if we want to buy the rights ourselves, we know where to get them? You did agree it would be a good idea, and there does seem to be a fair number of people who would utilise that.  I know I often buy PLR rights to stuff that I have inspected here first.

I also look at quite a lot of PLR and am thankful that I could check it out here, because some of the PLR stuff is woeful.

A link so we could buy the rights ourselves where you cannot pass them on would really be appreciated, and it might make you a little extra too!

Marketing Talk / Re: Personal use rights
« on: May 10, 2013, 01:02:47 PM »
There are so many products now that, while they are available with rights, don't allow them to be passed on in membership sites. By showing the sales page Mark lets us know that rights are available.

I have suggested to Mark that where that is the case that he should add an affiliate link to the description so that after looking at it, if we want to get the rights ourselves, we know where to get them (and he could make a wee bit extra). Would save hunting around trying to find where Mark had sourced it.

He did say he would do that, but if any one else thinks that would be a good idea, perhaps we can give him a collective nudge?

Product Requests / Re: Sean Mize PLR
« on: May 02, 2013, 07:25:31 PM »
Hi Mark,
Has this been added somewhere? I've been looking for it but couldn't find it.

Can you point me in the right direction please?

Product Requests / Re: Web traffic videos
« on: May 02, 2013, 07:01:40 PM »
I was just asking for that! You obviously type quicker than I do!

Looks like you could pass MRR on to us.

Product Requests / Affiliate Blogging
« on: March 21, 2013, 08:09:56 PM »
Hi Mark,

Got an email for this and thought it looked pretty good.

Rights look OK:

"  These are the simple Master Resell Right terms:

    [YES] Resell this product by itself at a reasonable price
    [YES] Include this product as a bonus for other PAID packages
    [YES] Include this product on your PAID membership site
    [YES] Re-write the sales copy partly or entirely
    [YES] Include your own testimonials and bonuses

   However, there are some important limitations that we HAVE to impose to make sure everyone plays fair and do not abuse or devalue the package:

    [NO] Give away the e-book for free, or in a free membership site
    [NO] Modify this e-book in any way whatsoever
    [NO] Use the content as free articles or website content"

Hi Guys,

Already made the purchase and (as per license) will be adding ten to RRW. You guys have a preference?


Was just listening to the promo video for this, and Jeremy says at 10:34 "You can't sell any more than 10 products in any package on any one website or domain name but you can add these products to your members area" so doesn't that mean that you could put the lot on here with just the selling restriction passed on?

Product Requests / Content Outsourcing Guide
« on: March 05, 2013, 11:32:55 PM »
Hi Mark,

This looks quite interesting. I don't know if he reveals any sources I don't
know of, but I would like to find out.

you would only be able to pass personal use.



Having recently had a hard drive broken, I've been doing a bit of research whilst trying to get my data recovered.

No matter what brand you buy there are only three manufacturers now, Seagate, Toshiba and Western Digital.

They have now swallowed everybody else. Of the three, seagate is the one that arrives most often to have data recovered apparently. They have had a series of problems with the firmware.

That's enough to put me off them anyway.

Have also discovered that most of the data recovery companies advertised on the web are scams...

In the UK at least there are only 3 companies with a registered "class 100 clean room" essential for opening a hard drive, yet there are thousands of companies advertising!

That's already in the vault as the No Money System. Can't remember the rights though as I bought it myself when it came out. Worth looking at the sales page for that though. It's a fantastic example of what can be done with a decent set of graphics.

Hi Mark,

This looks good.

Don't know whether you will be able to pass rights but the content sounds good.


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