The content sold on Content Sparks can be used almost anywhere you publish content, and edited almost any way you want.
However, to protect their exclusivity for the sake of all buyers, there are a few rules you must follow.
Here is what you CAN do with Content Sparks content:
[YES] Teach the content to as many people as you want (as a paid product, bonus, or lead generator]
[YES] Publish the content in your paid membership site
[YES] Use the content as a bonus to a paid product
[YES] Use the content as lead magnet giveaways for building your list of prospects
[YES] Include the content in ebooks and reports (sold with personal rights only)
[YES] Use the content in an autoresponder series or ecourse
[YES] Use the content as the script or visuals for a podcast, video, Hangout, workshop, presentation, or webinar
[YES] Use the content to create tools and training for your team and affiliates
[YES] Edit the content however you wish, except for restrictions on infographic editing noted below.
[YES] Put your name and brand on the content (we suggest making some edits first or saying ‘Provided By' or ‘Brought to You By')
[YES] Put your own name, logo, and/or website on the infographics
[YES} Edit the text in infographics and/or add your own images
[YES] Publish blog posts, articles, tweets, infographics, promo videos, and quote images freely on the web
Here is what you CAN NOT do:
[NO] You can NOT sell, give away, or pass on the PLR, resell, or master resell rights to the content
[NO] You can NOT sell, give away, or pass on the editable files to anyone. The exception is any worksheets that your readers or customers need to be able to edit.
[NO] You can NOT add the content to White Label, PLR, Resell Rights, or Master Resell Rights membership sites or stores
[NO] You can NOT add the content to free Internet Marketing membership sites, forums, or social media pages/groups
[NO] You can NOT add the content to article directories without substantial rewriting
[NO] You can NOT use my name or the name Content Sparks on the content
[NO] You can NOT freely publish the content on the web without asking for at least an email address, except as noted above (blog posts, social media, graphics, promo videos)
[NO] You can NOT edit or extract the existing, individual images within the infogragraphics or other documents
[NO] You can NOT sell the infographics on their own. However, you can include them as part of another product or course.
[NO] You can NOT share the content with other consultants, coaches, trainers, or marketers. This is a single-person license. If others are interested in editing and sharing it, you can refer them to our site via your own affiliate link and earn commissions.
If you are using the blog posts on your web site, it is a good idea to give each item a unique title. For the best SEO results, put your keyword in the title and in the first and last sentences of any article. If it sounds natural, include it in the middle of the article also.
You can customize your new content any way that you wish, including editing, cutting up and combining with other content.
If you want to submit any articles to article directories, you need to rewrite them. It is against the rules of most article directories to submit copied material anyway.
If you want to put your name on our content as the author, you should rewrite it first. This is to avoid having many people claim authorship to the exact same material. Alternatively, you may use other wording, such as “Presented By: (your name or site)” or “Provided By: (your name or site)”.
When selling a larger training program, be sure to price it at a minimum of $77. This ensures the value of the content. The cheaper you price something, the less valuable they'll perceive it. And if it's too cheap, they'll question your own expertise.
Your goal should be to demonstrate your value and authority with plenty of smaller, free content and lead magnets. Then sell a larger program or services once you've shown what you can do for people.
Let us know if you have any questions!