You can use the Private Label Rights products you purchase any way you like. Usually, they are transformed into original products or broken up into smaller products – such as articles, videos or short reports – that can then be sold individually.
Once you have taken the product that you bought rebuilt it into something unique and of high value, the next step is to polish it and get it ready for market.
Meeting Customers’ Expectations
The most important thing is for your new product to look professional. To do this, you will have to go over it carefully to make sure it has standardized margins and spacing.
You also can use the spell check program that comes with Microsoft Word or similar software find misspellings and any grammatical errors. All of these need to be corrected because even the smallest mistake can take your reader out of the story you are trying to create.
Optimizing the Look of Your Product
Once you are finished editing your content, convert your document to a font that is easy to read, such as Arial or Times New Roman. These are the most common fonts for eBooks and other documents, so they are what your customers will expect.
To make your text more lively, you might consider changing all or part of you text to a second or third font for maximum effect. Or use bold and italics so the content doesn’t look so grey on the screen.
You also can dress up your text by using drop caps at the beginnings of new chapters, inserting text boxes to highlight quotes and important points, and formatting your images and charts using the tools included with your word processing program. But try to avoid including too many fancy style elements otherwise it can once again derail the flow of your content.
Protecting Your Original Product
Once you are happy with the new product you have created from the PLR product you bought, you are ready to put it on the market and offer it for sale.
But before you do, it’s critical that you save a master version of the product somewhere safe. That way, if for some reason your computer becomes damaged or stolen, or a virus destroys your hard drive, or some other catastrophe occurs, your product is not lost forever.
The simplest and least expensive option is to save it onto a jump drive, then keep it somewhere safe so that you can still access your product if something goes wrong.
Some writers like to print a hard copy of their eBooks and then keep these safe in a fireproof box or even in the freezer. In my opinion, this is a little old-fashioned and a digital version will be easier to work with, but it’s up to you.
Converting Your New Product to PDF
The last step is to convert your product to PDF format. This allows people to view the document regardless of what word processor they are using and it prevents formatting errors from cropping up due to word processor incompatibilities.
Converting Word documents to PDF is fast and simple to do:
Open the file you wish to save, in this case your PLR eBook.
Click the Microsoft Word button in the top left-hand corner.
Go to Save As > PDF. If this option is not available to you, download free software that converts Word files to PDF. Here’s a link to one:
Then all you have to do is type in the desired file name and adjust settings as necessary.
Hit Publish. This will convert your document and open it in Adobe Reader (if you have it installed).