7 Steps To Branding Any Resell Rights Product For Free


 7 Steps To Branding Any Resell Rights Product For Free

Do you want to know how to brand any product with resell rights for free? Well, you're in luck! Here are 7 simple steps that will help transform your e-book, video course, or graphic design into a unique product that YOU can resell as your own.

1) Find a Rights-Friendly Product
This is the first step in creating your branded product. If you have ever bought something from an author and realized that they just re-used the same book cover for every single one of their products, then you have seen one of these rights-friendly products in action.

The introduction is an important section because it gives potential readers an idea of what they'll find if they continue reading.

If you go onto Amazon and search for a niche relevant product, you'll see that there are a decent amount of products for sale in that niche. But take a look at how many of those products have exactly the same cover as others, or even the same name! This shows you right off the bat that many of those sellers have found a way to repackage their content into multiple products without having to actually write something new and unique.

This guide details how to get started with Kindle book publishing. It is broken up into three parts:

How To Publish Your First Kindle Book: Everything you need to know about getting started with Kindle book publishing.

Your First Kindle Book Promotion: Learn how to promote your Kindle books effectively so that you can start selling more books.

Kindle Book Marketing: Learn advanced marketing strategies to properly market your books so that you can start creating a steady income stream.

The moment you find yourself in a position where you are about to write about something, it's always a good idea to do some quick research first. This is especially true when writing an eBook, as it is possible that another person has already written the eBook or similar eBook before you. If this is the case, then it could be pointless and costly for you to write the book at all.

When you're ready to start writing a Kindle book, start by finding a pre-existing book that meets the criteria for your topic. For example, if you are going to write about marketing tips, then check out the books others have already written on the subject. It's a good idea to see how other people have tackled this topic before you even consider taking the time to write it yourself.

You will also want to do some keyword research by typing phrases related to your field into Google and seeing what comes up first – this is called "keyword research". From there, you can look at their titles and see what key words they choose to place in their titles. This can be a great way to find your keywords.

3) Find the Product's Unique Selling Proposition (USP)
The second part of branding is to make yourself an expert when it comes to your subject. This doesn't mean that you have to be an expert on the subject, but that you understand it well enough so that people will trust you when you come out with a product based on your own research.

Your S.U.P should really stand out from other products in the niche and give the reader a reason why they should choose your product over others'. So, if someone goes looking for information based on your S.U.P. they will remember your product because it is different, useful and stands out from the rest.

Many people have spent years researching a subject before writing a book on it, so make sure that you are one of these people. If you have no idea what you're talking about, then your readers will not trust your judgement. It can be very frustrating for those who buy the product to find out that it doesn't really help solve their problem or give them any new information when they thought it would.

If you're not an expert on your niche topic, then find someone who is and write an eBook based on their research and opinion, rather than just making stuff up (because that's easier to write).

4) Be Unique in Your Sales Copy

There are a lot of people who write books and courses that are the same. If you want to be successful, then you need to make sure that your sales page is unique. There are a number of ways to do this:

The first thing you'll want to do is come up with an eye-catching title. This is very important, so spend a good amount of time brainstorming different titles that you could use for the book. Make sure the title reflects what someone will gain from reading the book without giving away the information they will find within it.

Next, come up with a header image for your sales page. This will be the first thing that people see when they click on the book, and it needs to stand out amongst all of the other books. A great place to find free images is Stock.XCHNG.

Now that you have these two things, you want to make sure that both are packed with keywords and phrases related to what your eBook will be about. You want people who see your sales page to immediately know what it's about without even reading the description of it.

5) Create a Unique Cover

To complete your branding process, you really need to capture what your product is in an image or design. The cover image is the first thing that most people will see, so it needs to immediately capture the viewer's attention.

There are a lot of Kindle books that come in a series or similar format, and it's very important to properly brand these types of books. People can't tell what they're about by looking at them based on their covers, but you can convey this information in the title and description.

Make sure your cover reflects the information found within your book. You want to make sure that any potential readers know what they will be getting before they decide if they should buy it or not.

The introduction is an important section because it gives potential readers an idea of what they'll find if they continue reading. Make sure everything in the introduction is accurate and to the point because you don't get a second chance to impress people.

Take your time writing out your introduction, as this will make or break your book. You want to write something that is engaging, compelling and interesting to read without giving away too much of the information that is found within the book itself.


Note: I do not claim ownership over any images used in this publication. They are either public domain or have been created by myself. If the copyright holder disagrees with this publication, please contact me, and I will remove the image from here.

The final thing you want to do is have a unique sales page for your product that highlights your S.U.P in an effective way.

People can't tell what they're about based on their covers, but you can convey this information in the title and description. There are a ton of free templates that you can use to create a book cover or header image. You can find these templates easily by searching Google or the internet for "free e-book cover templates".


This concludes the general information that you need to know in order to successfully write eBooks and courses. There are a lot of different things that you'll need to do as part of the process, but these are all things you can accomplish by following the steps provided.

If you feel like you haven't covered everything here, feel free to ask questions in the comments section below so that we can help each other out. I'll do my best to answer any questions there because I really want people to succeed with their projects.

Thank You!

I would like to thank everyone who has purchased this book, as well as those who have shared it with others or helped me out on this journey.

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