Private Label Rights For SmartDD LITE

The sale for PLR for SmartDD LITE will be on Thursday at 3.00pm GMT (10.00am EST).

Believe it or not we’re still debating the price and how many copies. We know it’s a balancing act. If we get it wrong you may not buy.

Here’s what I know to be true. For every 100 copies sold, only 1 person will actually do anything with their purchase. The rest will let it gather dust on their hard drive. It’s the 1 percent rule – the 1 percent that actually do anything towards improving their business or even getting started online.

So this means you have very little competition.

With just a little bit of effort you can take the code that took us umpteen man weeks to develop, shine it up and have your own brand digital delivery software.

The longest it will take you to do that is a month. If you’re quick and focussed you can probably get it done in 10 days or less with very little effort on your part.

You know what? That’s what always amazes me. With just a little application and patience you can get some amazing things done. But many people don’t bother.

Now I know you might be saying “but you have developers who will do the work for you”.

That’s true. But if I didn’t, this is what I’d do. This is what you can do.

#1 – Go here and get yourself a really nice sales page design done, together with a software box. Cost $87.

#2 – Go to or or – there are others. Take your pick or use them all. Sign up and post your job as requiring a redesign of a script you have. Say it’s a CSS design around a php script and that it’s an easy job and that any competent person could do it in a couple of hours tops.

Offer $100 and wait for the bids.

You’ll get some spam bids almost immediately where they haven’t even read your requirements. Wait at least 3 days (7 is better), to get some real bids. You’ll be able to tell the difference between the spam and the real bids when you see them, trust me.

Accept a bid and pay no more than one third down. Pay the next third when they show you the design, and pay the final third when you have the code in your hands. NEVER give feedback until at least 10 days after you have the code, and NEVER give it before the job is complete no matter how much they plead – tell them it’s company policy when dealing with contractors.

#3 – While all this is going on, rewrite the docs in your own style with your own product name, register a domain, write your sales copy and generally do all the things you’d do when setting up a sales page and product.

#4 – When you have the sales page design and the re-design of the code done, put it all together including a JV sign up page.

#5 – Start writing to potential JV partners and point them to your JV sign up page. Offer them 60% – 75%, and normal affiliates 50%.

Just keep on keeping on. And look around for your next product. I always say it’s not hard, but it’s not completely easy either.

That little bit of effort is what keeps the 99% from moving forward and succeeding, and of course makes it a whole lot easier for us 1-percenters.

And that’s why if you make just that little bit of effort, you’ll quickly rise above everyone else. It really is as simple as that.

If you think you’re the 1 in 100 that can do this, then on Thursday it’s your chance to get the ball rolling.

-Frank Haywood

Posted by Frank Haywood


No comments showing yet – I’m kind of hoping that means any potential competition has fizzled out already.

I think I’ve worked out where you’re going to start this ‘nickel’ sale – you’ve dropped enough hints already – and I find myself unable to resist, so I’m sitting here refreshing the page.

Then I looked at the time and I see I’m a couple of hours too early!

If you’re still selling only 20 PLR licences then the odds are excellent that there will be no treading on each other’s toes.

What’s interesting to me is that, once again, most of the value in this offering is not immediately obvious to everyone. You’ve left a lot to be read between the lines.

I do think your bulleted list of how to get the code customized is excellent. It’s almost a mini-course in outsourcing freelance work.

Nice one.

You fooled me again – the price was different from what I expected!

Anyway, I got my copy and I’m downloading it as we speak.

For anyone who hasn’t got this – please don’t – you’re missing an unbelievable opportunity. With the global credit crunch the way it is there is going to be opportunity after opportunity. For all of us.

Don@Affiliate Program

Great article and some spot on advice on how to get anything done on eLance or the other outsourcing boards.

I agree with you about the Spam on those sites as well. Why they’re not booted off is still a mystery to me. However, like you said, it doesn’t take long to see which ones are spammers and which ones are legitimate contractors.

Thanks for sharing,