This is a 10-part e-course on the subject of freelance writing. When you are trying to determine the right topics to write about, there are a few things that are important to consider, including the audience, where the content will be published, the intent of the copy, and what the call to action is.
(PLR) Private Label Rights
Private Label Rights is a license to a product. PLR gives the user the right to do just about anything they're wanting to do with it. For example, you can edit it, change the content, label it as your own (meaning claim authorship of it), and sell it. This license usually means you can do just about anything you are wanting to do with it (Please read the particular product's full license for further details).
(PU) Personal Use
Personal Use licenses can only be used for personal affairs, such as reading, sharing (only if stated), or teaching. Products with PU cannot in any way be resold or changed as this license restricts such acts. With personal use licenses, you may make an unlimited amount of backup copies. In most cases, unless stated within the license itself or within the product, it cannot be distributed.
(CU) Commercial Use
This license lets you commercially sell and distribute it. In most cases within our collection of digital products, they will state how this is possible. For example, the product might come with master resell rights (MRR) and this means that you can sell and distribute the product with certain conditions, regarding what that license may give you. This is the most common of the licenses we offer.
(GAR) Give Away Rights
Give Away Rights is basically all digital products that have the rights to share, distribute across the internet, give away to your subscribers on a mailing list, and basically anyone who is wanting a free product, you may give away freely. These products might even come with sale rights but it is not necessary to sell these products if you're just wanting to give them away for free.