resale rights

Delayed Widgets and Delayed Text Widgets

Offer Closed


Hamant Keval posted a comment on the post for the sale I ran this last weekend asking how the subscription box slide-down in my sidebar worked:-

While i was here I noticed that you had that subscription form appear in a slide down – I could not stop my eyes from going there!

What is that plugin ?
I would like that one for sure

Thanks again for these great super sales

It *is* a cool effect, and I do that with a plugin I released at the beginning of the year called “Delayed Widgets”.  It adds a little delay timer to ALL of your widgets (where possible – most of them) so that you can choose how long before the widget reveals itself in your sidebar(s).

It *was* currently on sale at $17 here on my blog, but as Hamant is so excited about getting this I asked him if he’d like me to run a quick sale, and he said yes.  (I have a tight schedule on at the moment and I’m running out of time.)

So effectively immediately for the next couple of days, I’m making a final 30 copies for sale at $10 her in this post.

As a sweetener, I’m also including a bonus copy of another similar plugin called “Delayed Text Widgets”.  It’s a direct text widget replacement that functions in exactly the same way as the regular WordPress text widget, but is often easier and more appropriate to use.

And as a second sweetener, I’m including RESALE RIGHTS with the SECOND bonus plugin “Delayed Text Widgets”.  (Not the main plugin.)

Hmm, here’s a thought.  My affiliate scheme is *just* around the corner.  You could add your affiliate link for the bigger version of this plugin “Delayed Widgets” into the bonus plugin and distribute it.

When people click it to find out about the bigger plugin, they get cookied.

When they buy, you earn 50% commission.  When they buy any other one of my products, you continue to get 50% commission on everything.  ACP refreshes the ClickBank cookie and so artificially extends it longer than the normal 30 day CB cookie.

So, you get:-

#1 – Delayed Widgets for personal use on all your blogs.
#2 – Delayed TEXT Widgets that you can give away or resell with your aff link included, promoting Delayed Widgets.

Sounds pretty cool doesn’t it?  😉

If you already purchased this plugin earlier this year, then go back to your personal download page and you’ll see that the second resale rights bonus plugin has been added.  🙂

Offer Closed

-Frank Haywood

P.S.  In a couple of weeks I’m hoping to show you a plugin I’ve just come across that I think is totally awesome.  It’s one of those easily underestimated “OMG, this is GENIUS” plugins and I wish I’d thought of it myself.  More on that soon.  🙂

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Nickel Sale – SmartDD Lite Resale Rights – Site Now Live

Thanks for your patience in what’s been a frustrating time trying to get it all up and running.

The resale rights nickel sale is now live at:-

You now have 2 hours head start on my mailing lists.

The install video is up, I’ll add the usage video in the next hour or so.

If there’s a problem with your purchase, DON’T PANIC! Just raise a support ticket and I’ll sort you out.

Please be patient if there IS a problem, but don’t fret as you’ll get your purchase as soon as I’m able to get it resolved for you.

The nickel script I’m using is brand new and was having changes made to it just a couple of hours ago.

We’ve tested it through repeatedly and it’s all working now for us, but you never know for sure what other little bugs haven’t shown themselves to us during testing.

Enjoy your resale rights to SmartDD Lite, and thanks again for being on my blog notify list.

-Frank Haywood

P.S. I’ll have another nickel sale for my help desk software up very soon. Again, you’ll get first notification.

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Passwords, Problems, And SmartDD Lite

You know how sometimes things don’t go according to plan?

Well, this is one of those times.

Everything was ready to go on the SmartDD Lite resale rights page, and I do a couple of test purchases and notice a couple of little bugs in the nickel script that we hadn’t spotted before.

So I try a couple of things, and find it’s just making things worse.

Okay, enough’s enough. David is going to fix the problems this evening, and tomorrow the nickel sale goes live.

I’m really sorry about this, but it’s just one of those times when a battle plan hits real combat and everything goes a bit wrong.

So tomorrow at 1.00pm GMT (8.00am EST), if you’re on my blog notification list, you’ll see a password protected post go live here with details of where to to find the nickel sale for SmartDD Lite. The starting price will be $1.07 and rise by 5 cents at every sale.

At 3.00pm GMT, I’ll remove the password, so you’ll be getting a 2 hour head start on my other lists.

To all those people who have emailed me, made comments here on my blog and raised support tickets…

I apologise.

Like I said, sometimes things don’t go quite according to plan.

-Frank Haywood

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Resale Rights to SmartDD Lite

Tomorrow I announce resale rights to SmartDD Lite at a drastically reduced price in a nickel sale.

If you’re one of the first 18 people, you’ll get it for under $2.

If you’re one of the first 48 people, you’ll get it for under $5.

Even if you buy at $15, you’ll still be getting it cheaper than the final price on the official launch day when resale rights will be sold at $27.

Note that this is for resale rights, NOT master resale rights.

If you don’t know the difference, then read my earlier post:-

Why is resale rights such a good thing to have?  Well, it means that you’ll be able to immediately start selling SmartDD Lite yourself and earn money by doing it.

You’ll also be able to earn money just by GIVING AWAY your copy of SmartDD Lite, because the resale rights version comes with the ability to embed your SmartDD affiliate link inside it.

SmartDD is currently at version 2 and sells for $97 in the members area of the web site.  The commission payout for SmartDD v2 is 50%.

Confused?  Don’t know what I’m talking about?

Okay, here we go.

The original SmartDD is now at version 2.

Shortly, I’ll be releasing a cut down version of it called SmartDD Lite.  Hence the “Lite”…

SmartDD Lite is based on the original version of SmartDD and until recently, that version was selling every day of the week between $67 and $97 depending on when you purchased it.  All the people that bought the original version in the last 12 months have now received a free upgrade to version 2.

Because I know that many start up businesses can’t afford or don’t want to shell out $97 to do delivery and download protection, I took the old version of SmartDD, tweaked it a bit, and I’m now releasing it as SmartDD Lite.

And tomorrow, I’ll be releasing it with RESALE RIGHTS for under $2 for the first few people to grab it.

This will be done through a NICKEL SALE.

Okay, “what’s a nickel sale?” I hear you cry.

Simply, every time there’s a sale, the price goes up by 5 cents.

The price will start at $1.07 for the first person fast enough to get there and click the buy button.  The next person gets it at $1.12, the next at $1.17 and so on.  It will take 18 purchases for it to go over $2 to $2.02.

So the fastest clicker gets the lowest price.

I’ll run the sale for maybe 48 hours, and then close it down.  After that, resale rights will be set at $27…

Going back to how you can earn money by giving away your copy of SmartDD.

Yes, you can sell it for whatever you think is reasonable, and many people will be happy to purchase from you.  But you can still make money even if you give it away.


Simply by embedding your affiliate link for the FULL SmartDD now at v2.  When someone installs SmartDD Lite and decides to upgrade to SmartDD v2 to get all the swizzy new features we’ve just added, they’ll click YOUR affiliate link, and you’ll get the commission.

Isn’t that cool?

Well I think it is.

Tomorrow, here on this blog, I’ll make a password protected post with details of where the nickel sale is running.

I’ll drop you a line if you’re on the blog notification list.  After I’ve sent the email out with the password, then if you aren’t on the list, you’ll miss the sale and you’ll have to pay $27 if you want resale rights.

If you aren’t on the list, go to the home page of this blog and look over on the right.  Enter your name and email address in the boxes and click the button.

Then tomorrow (Tuesday) you’ll get an email from me.

-Frank Haywood

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I Made An Assumption – RR, MRR, PLR

On Saturday, I sent out an email to my SmartDD list to tell them about my upcoming release of SmartDD Lite.

And in that email I made an assumption, which is never a very good idea, but I made that assumption because most if not all of my SmartDD list are either in business or aspiring to be.

I assumed that everyone knew the difference between Resale Rights (RR), MASTER Resale Rights (MRR), and Private Label Rights (PLR).

It seems that quite a few people don’t, so I thought I’d better make it clear.

In most cases, when something is available for sale online, it’s for personal use only. ie you can use it and that’s about it.

But sometimes, your rights are improved, sometimes dramatically.

Resale Rights (RR) means you have the right to resell something you’ve purchased and keep all the profits. You do NOT have the right to convey Resale Rights onto your buyers.

Master Resale Rights (MRR) means you have the right to resell something you’ve purchased and keep all the profits. You DO have the right to convey Master Resale Rights onto your buyers usually, although sometimes there may be a restriction that says you can’t do that.

Private Label Rights (PLR) means you are purchasing the rights to pretty much do whatever you want with the material. You can change the name, look and appearance and sell it as if it were your own unique creation. Usually, you’re not allowed to sell it as PLR material yourself, but sometimes you are.

Please note that all of the above are generalisations. Many rights are sold with some strange quirks, and you should make sure you fully understand what you can do with the product once you’ve bought it.

-Frank Haywood.

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