I’ve had a number of people ask me privately what the difference is between PLR Code Mine and my new PLR membership opening tomorrow.
There are two main differences.
First and foremost, the new membership is 100% owned by me and the products will be created by my employees.
For PLR Code Mine, I was just the “front man” of a 50-50 deal with James Cunnington who is now the sole owner of PLR Code Mine.
James has pretty much been running PLR Code Mine since at least June (or even earlier) this year. So product delivery, support, response and updates etc have all been down to him.
If you’ve been happy with product delivery, support, response and updates, then you’ll continue to be happy at PLR Code Mine. So there you go, I think that’s fairly clear now, okay?
Secondly, my new PLR membership won’t just be about web scripts and software. I’ll be rotating, mixing, and matching packs of sales page templates, WordPress plugins, WordPress themes and I guess the odd standalone PHP script thrown in here and there.
All of these will be created by my employees with none of it outsourced to third parties, which I’ve discovered isn’t such a good idea. We all live and learn, and this was a great little (and painful) learning point for me.
So each month as part of the membership I’ll be giving you at least one of the following.
- Packs of beautifully designed sales page / squeeze page templates.
- Beautiful WordPress themes – you’ve seen some of them already as Multiple Streams Themes.
- Very useful WordPress plugins – you’ve seen the quality of the plugins I release.
- Standalone PHP scripts.
As part of the introductory offer tomorrow, I’ll also be including PLR to the Redirection WordPress plugin I included as part of the Multiple Streams Theme 003 last week.
It’s a good deal, especially when you see the introductory price. I’d certainly buy it if it was presented to me, and I’ve become very choosy recently.
Finally, support will be done by the same staff that are creating the products, so you’ll be getting knowledgeable and definitive answers to your questions. All of this feedback will go back into the loop to make things better for the future, which you have good reason to look forward to.