How Important Are Limited Licenses For PLR?

With a limited PLR license, there are only so many copies that will be sold before it's no longer available. These limits can range from a handful to several hundred sold. In this article we're going to look at how important this is to your potential success.

The biggest advantage a limited license offers is the fact that you know how much competition you could potentially have. If only 50 licenses are being offered, you wouldn't have more than 50 competitors.

Although in actual fact, a large percentage of the people who buy the PLR never do anything with it anyway.

PLR that's sold with no limits on the number of licenses, however, can continue to be sold for months or even years. While this isn't a big deal if you're one of the first ones to pick it up, it can be a problem if you don't come across the PLR for several months or even years.

Generally, more expensive PLR packages have fewer licenses available. The reason for this is the percentage of buyers who will actually turn around and implement it is much higher when they're paying more for the rights, especially if they're in the hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

Which means that fewer licenses being sold is more important.

Another big issue is the type of rights that you are allowed to pass along to your customers. If you buy a PLR package that lets you pass along resale or master resale rights, you could potentially have many more people selling it even though they don't technically have full private label rights.

It's important to customize the package in a case like this, to make it more unique. If you change it enough that your potential customers wouldn't recognize it as the same as someone else's offer, it will go a long way towards making any competition irrelevant.

In general, if you have a choice between a limited number of licenses or an unlimited number, the limited license is the better choice. Don't let that stop you from picking up PLR that has no limit on the number sold, just be aware that you may have to do more work to make it unique.