I subscribe to posts from Bob Dunn and this was in his latest post & I wanted to pass it on.
Social Media Design Dimensions – An infographic by the team at Social Media Design Dimensions
What is the difference between White Label Rights, Rebranding Rights & Private Label Rights?
Since there is no standard license for any of these 3 types of rights, I’ve seen all 3 used for the same thing – a product that can be edited to some degree.
Beyond that is where many differences come in. Can these rights be passed to the next buyer, can the product be resold at all, can it be used as web site content or given away?
Lets dig a little deeper.
What I’m referring to here is related to digital products.
These license terms, when related to tangible products usually only allow for changing the name on the item.
A white label can of beans will allow you to put your own label on it but not change the ingredients of those beans.
So on with the digital product explanation.
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I was asked to create some training videos for what I think is the best WordPress theme for Marketers.
It goes on sale at the Warrior Forum (not a dimesale) Tuesday 10-02-2012
If you get to the page before early Tuesday morning then you will see the early-bird sign up form. You can enter your info there or just wait until sometime after 1 am EST – YES 1 AM – and you will see the sales page & not the ‘sign up’ form.
Here is an intro video to show you some of its goodies…
If females in their twenties and thirties are your target, then Pinterest better be in your marketing arsenal. If you’ve been anywhere online as of late you’ll already be well versed in what Pinterest is, if not, stay tuned.
Although, recently the ratio of male to female users on Pinterest have changed from 20% male & 80% female to 36% male to 64% female. This opens up even more marketing possibilities since now your target market isn’t just the females.
Pinterest is a social bookmarking site that is taking off in leaps and bounds, but it doesn’t work quite like other social bookmarking sites you may already be familiar with.
Instead of using urls and articles like many other sites, Pinterest is based solely around pictures and “pinning”. With the picture, users get to add a link for more information.
Are you beginning to see how this can work for your business?
Essentially what you need to do is find pictures that are eye catching and attention grabbing (and of course relate to your topic) and pin them. When you pin them you link back to your site and thus grab traffic and a whole new surge of customers.
Another point to make here is that currently Pinterest has a Google Page Rank of 7 & having links going back to your site from a PR7 site ain’t such a bad thing
What sort of pictures will work? Interesting pictures to start.
Any business can have pictures that will work for them. A martial arts studio can post pictures of their fighters in combat (remember this is a majorly female based network) with a link back to their studio website.
A flower shop could post pictures of their best arrangements with a link back to the sales page. A dog grooming studio can post pictures of cute cuddly puppies.
The options are endless. All you need is a little creativity to capture your portion of this audience.
And the best part is that other users can take your picture and “repin” it to their own boards which will expand your reach even further (think of it like Facebook’s share option)
The more users share or repin your picture the more marketing you get done for just a few moments work.
If you’re not yet using Pinterest you should be. Any business whether based online or off can benefit from the social interaction of Pinterest and spreading your marketing through new methods with minimal work.
I’ve just completed a series of training videos for Mastering The Basics Of Pinterest. So if you are just wanting to learn the basics of Pinterest or you are a reseller and want the private label or resell rights packages, you should have a look.
I’ve also setup an affiliate program for people that think their subscribers will like these videos and will earn a 50% commission on each sale they generate.
Here is the link for the affiliate program:
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- Steve Dougherty