I need a solution. There's a certain big name marketer who has wonderful products I'm a big fan of. And once in awhile, he'll sell the PLR rights to it. I want to get them BUT two restrictions are making a problem for me.
You can't use or even MENTION his name on or in the sales promotion of the product when you go sell it.
You can't use the original name of the product when you go sell it.
Why are these a problem?
Well much of my list are followers are his list, I'm assuming. I hate to sell them something and then they buy it and think, "Hey YOU didn't create this! You're a liar!"
And I hate for them to even buy it and already own it - if many of the same people are on our lists, that could be a big headache in refunds.
Why not just be an affiliate for it?
Because he often takes his products off market and vaults them, so that won't work.
Why not just write a similar product yourself?
Because I want to promote THIS one. It's good, it's ready made (and affordable), and I like his style. Why reinvent the wheel?
Some ideas so far I've heard are to say the original product creator's name rhymes with "Timmy Trown" (lol I like this one) or show an excerpt (but I think since he says we can't give it away, that might be against his TOS).
Anyone have a workaround for this situation?
I know I myself, when selling the PLR rights to my own products, don't like people to use my name on it, but it's because they alter content and then I'm responsible for it. I wouldn't mind someone saying the course was originally created by me and updated by them, though.