Thank you for your time and interest in downloading this eBook. You are about to learn 122 powerful tips and techniques that you can implement almost immediately to boost your Resell Rights business profits - some of which you might not even have thought of in the first place.
The tips are so powerful indeed that we have the constant urge to keep them all to ourself, but finally decided to share them with you, too!
The 122 tips are waiting to be tapped by you in the coming pages. Now it is up to you to take action. The next requirement you will need to succeed is the willingness to make things happen and make full use of the tips now in your hands (not at your fingers).
With that said, get this eBook printed out and make yourself a cup of coffee. Believe me - it’s going to a long and exciting night!
A few sample tips from the eBook,
 Resell (Resale) Rights.
The right to resell a product. This can apply to both physical and digital products. Where digital product is concerned, you resell the product and keep 100% of the profits without losing the enjoyment of the same product as digital products are duplicable in nature.
 Basic Resell Rights.
You have the right to resell the product but your customer does not have the right to resell it to another.
 Master Resell Rights.
You have the right to resell the product as well as the Basic Resell Rights itself to your customers. Your customers can in turn resell the same book to their customers. The Master Resell Rights can either be bundled together with the purchase of the product or purchased separately from the product.
 Private Label Rights.
You are allowed to make limited to unlimited editing to specific or all parts of the product such as your own name, logo, advertisements, web site URL, and affiliate IDs.
 Give Away Rights.
You can give the product away for free. In most cases, however, you cannot resell and/or edit it.
 Royalty Rights.
You have to pay the original product author or franchisor a percentage of every sales made by you. This right normally applies to physical products. McDonald’s and books found in bookstores are very good examples that demonstrate this right