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Where to get "Giveaway Products"

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by SYCRO, Sep 27, 2010.

  1. SYCRO

    SYCRO Junior Member

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    eBooks to give away with a product?

    Or are you meant to just write them yourself?
     
  2. zivmaymon

    zivmaymon Regular Member

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    IF you r capble of writing eBooks- you gifted! and in those books your promote yourself even further.
    On Clickbank some of the vendors give their Givaway Gift.
     
  3. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    Do a search for PLR (Private Label Rights) or MRR (Master Resell Rights) products. There are a lot of them in the Downloads section. You will have to do a bit of work downloading and checking the rights though. Some of them will state that you can give away the product.

    Wiz Edit: I ran a Google search and found some as well. CLICK HERE.

    And here's a page full of them. CLICK HERE.



    Cheers! - "Wiz"
     
  4. jedediahd

    jedediahd Junior Member

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    I generally like to write my own, or at the very least edit them to include some affiliate links in the guide. Just because you are giving it away doesn't mean you can't set up a sales funnel and cash in on it
     
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    You can also look for relevant books that are in the public domain. In the U.S., if a work was published (in the U.S.) prior to 1923, it's in the public domain and, therefore, is not copyrighted. Do a search for the Gutenberg Project, and you'll find a ton of public domain works that you can use as bonuses. You can also compile several PD works or parts of several PD works into a new work that IS copyrightable. Of course, this is not legal advice, and you should check the laws yourself regarding what you can and cannot do with PD works.