If like the idea of creating an information product with private label rights and are just starting out, I would suggest you keep your initial outlay of money to a minimum as well as your monthly expenses.
Let's talk about your initial outlay of money to get started. Aside from any costs required to start and maintain your business, you will essentially have four expenses as it relates to private label rights part:
1) Private label rights product
2) Epublishing tools
3) Website and hosting
4) Payment processor
Let's take a close look at each one and how you can keep costs low when getting started with private label rights:
1) Private label rights products. I have seen a number of private label rights packages out there currently for under $50, which can be a good starting point.
2) Epublishing tools. In order to make your private label rights product unique, let's say an ebook for example, you will want to change the content and give it a new title. This means you will need pdf conversion software - you can find a number of free software packages out there. Just type in “free pdf conversion software" into your favorite search engine and see what comes back.
You will also probably want to create a new ecover for your private label rights ebook to make it unique. You can have one professionally designed for under $50, or you can purchase software - from what I have seen, most software packages sell for about $67-97.
There are less expensive alternatives out there, you just need to look - you can even find some free ecovers out there. The only point I would caution you on here is not to sacrifice the quality of the the image for cost - in other words, you don't want to end up with a cheap looking ecover for your private label rights product that will turn off potential buyers.
3) Website and hosting. There are a lot of free website templates you can download on the internet. Once you do that, and you write the sales page for your private label rights product you will need to find a web hosting company.
There are a number of web hosting companies that charge about $3-4 a month, and $8-10 for a domain name (though the domain name needs to be renewed annually).
4) Payment processor. You will want the ability to take credit cards from customers purchasing your private label rights information product . One option is to use a third party payment processor such as PayPal.
So to get started with private label rights, you're looking at about $50-100 for private label rights products and ecover software/services; plus ongoing web hosting costs and your domain name. Not bad if you consider that's the total cost for creating, publishing, and marketing your own unique information product.
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