Owning the Master Reprint Rights to some quality business information products is one of the most proven business opportunities I know of making serious money in your own business online or off.

The Difference Between Master Reprint Rights and Reprint Rights

1. Master Reprint Rights: When you own the master reprint rights to a product you can sell both the product itself and the reprint rights to the product.

2. Reprint Rights: When you own the reprint rights to a product, you can sell the product but you cannot sell the reprint rights to others.

Master Reprint Rights – An Opportunity to Make Serious Money

I own the master reprint rights to several different products. I have also created a wide range of products and sell the master rights to them.

One product that I bought the master rights to resells as a hard copy report for $167 (costs about $22 to get printed and bound) and I sell the reprint rights for $1,997.

This means my clients need only make 12 sales and they have made their money back.

And obviously in my case, making a $1,997 sale is heaps of fun.

Owning Master Reprint Rights – Much less Than the Average Franchise Fee!

A couple of years ago, one of my marketing clients opened a new restaurant in Sydney, Australia.

He had to fork out a staggering 1.5 million dollars BEFORE they even opened the doors!

In stark contrast, you can get a very good reprint rights package from as little as $1,997 and an awesome one for $4,997

Master Reprint Rights – What to Look For

When it comes to choosing the right products to get the master rights for, I strongly suggest that you choose business information products.


Here in Australia back in the 1850’s in the days of the Gold Rush there were thousands of people that risked all to strike it rich.

Some did and won unimaginable wealth.

The vast majority failed.

But there was a certain class of people that virtually always made money.

They were the people that sold the picks and shovels to the miners.

I suggest that you do the same. That you seriously consider investing in some master reprint rights to the modern day equivalent – business information tools that help people in their quest to grow their business.

Source by Chris A Bloor