PLR Ebooks and content locking

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Dear Friends,

Need your valuable suggestions. I have a doubt. I am planning to buy few PLR Ebooks and then I plan to monitize those PLR Ebooks through content locking CPA offers. In simple terms,I will lock PLR Ebooks which I have bought and if a user wants to download that book he has to complete a free offer. once user complete free offer like Email submit or install a mobile app then the Ebook will be available for Free download. In due course I make little money ranging from $1 to $12 or more after user completes the offer to unlock Ebooks.

Is it permitted??
Can I monitize PLR Ebooks using content locking CPA offers?
Does PLR rights permit this?

Waiting for your valuable suggestions.
#content #ebooks #locking #plr
  • Profile picture of the author IM Mozie
    Yes, that should be permitted. Since you're kind of selling it to them in exchange for them performing an action. Just be sure to read the terms of the product and to be safe only offer them a personal use license with the product your giving them.

    The safest option would be to purchase PLR that comes with giveaway rights, these can be given away for free or to build your list, so giving it away in exchange for performing an action should be fine too.

    I hope that helps and good-luck with your venture.

    Mozie

    P.S. Just don't offer PLR or resell rights to the ebook if you don't have rights to do so, all PLR authors hate that and can get you in trouble.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joan Altz
    It better be a damned good plr ebook is all I can tell you.
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    I can tell you what I do...others may be different.
    If I am faced with having to do a CPA free offer in order to get a PLR book, I would NEVER do it. I tend to feel it's a "con" in a way. No reflection on the OP but that is just me.

    I also write my own material so that helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by laurencewins View Post

      I can tell you what I do...others may be different.
      If I am faced with having to do a CPA free offer in order to get a PLR book, I would NEVER do it. I tend to feel it's a "con" in a way. No reflection on the OP but that is just me.

      I also write my own material so that helps.
      Nope, not just you.

      I do not respond well to this type of offer. The few times I was curious enough to complete the offer, the ebook wasn't worth it. And there's no way to take back the action I've done to get the product.

      Now I just hit the back button and move on.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    Originally Posted by imcoach75 View Post


    Is it permitted?? Ask Your account manager
    Can I monitize PLR Ebooks using content locking CPA offers? Ask Your account manager
    Does PLR rights permit this? Read the licensing when you purchase your plr, it will tell you what you can and can not do

    Waiting for your valuable suggestions.
    I agree with others that I would not complete some task to receive a free ebook.

    al
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