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Ways to Market Resell Rights Products

This is the last instalment of Q & A on Resell Rights ,if you need to check out previous posts in the series they are provided at the bottom of this post.

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Resell rights products offer you the ability to sell your own product, without actually creating one. While this gets you past one hurdle, the creation of a product you still have another hurdle to face. How do you market a resell rights product?

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The first and best option is to market your product to your mailing list. If you do not have a mailing list, build one. There are various ways to do this, but the quickest way to build a list is to offer a free product, which is advertised with pay-per-click or through other people’s lists. When the prospect arrives at the site to receive their free gift, they must fill in their name and email address, which gives you permission to email them in the future.

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Pay-Per-Click or PPC advertising can be used for more than list building, you can also use pay-per-click to market your resell rights product. Google AdWords is one of the best pay-per-click programs in existence today, but there are many other options, including Yahoo Search Marketing.

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You can also purchase advertising in related newsletters, which are also called ezines. This is a very effective way to market a product, and it is a tried and tested method. You can find quality newsletters by doing searches in the ezine directories online.

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Article marketing is also very effective. You simply write articles that relate to your product, or have them written for you, and submit them to the various article banks, allowing others to read them and use them for content for their newsletters and websites, for free. At the bottom of your articles, add a resource box, which is essentially an ‘about the author’ paragraph, which should include a link to your sales page.

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You can also joint venture with people who have large mailing lists. Just make sure that their lists are made up of people who will be interested in your product. It doesn’t make sense to market snooker products to a mailing list that is mostly made up of women who are interested in cosmetics.

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I hope this miniseries has shed a little light on Resell Rights, as long as you commit yourself to the task then there is no reason why you can’t succeed and make sales.

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If you are looking for Resell Rights Products then I would highly recommend that you check out Mike Mazzella’s Resell Rights Wholesaler. Believe me Mike’s offer is the best value you will find anywhere on the web, I signed up last September and could not believe the quantity and quality of the products on offer, suffice to say my hard drive is absolutely busting at the seams. The products on offer range from eBooks, video, audio, scripts and graphics and many come with PLR rights as well as sales materials to promote them, more products are added each month. Mike is currently running a fantastic deal for all new members, $7 per month, this is just a drop in the ocean compared to the value that you receive, and it’s not just any old fluff, you get the latest products that are currently selling for hundreds of dollars.

Parts 1 through 6 on Q & A on Resell Rights

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