Saas Rebrander is a new product from Paul O’Keeffe that the creator says will allow you to start a successful online business using white label software.
What does the product offer?
Saas Rebrander is something a bit different as what you are buying is the right to rebrand Paul O’Keeffe’s software and sell it as your own. This means that when looking at Saas Rebrander as a complete product, you have to consider the abilities of the software and what it does as well as the content package itself. In the case of Saas Rebrander, the software is something that is likely to be familiar to users who are often online. It allows you to shorten URLs that when clicked on, have an overlay for your own content. Paul O’Keeffe says that this means you can use the software that Saas Rebrander provides to piggyback off viral content and well known websites to instantly add an element of authority to your products.
As well as the core software, Saas Rebrander comes with an additional 2 bonus products which come with their own white label rights. These are made up of a piece of software for creating your own competitions and contests as well as a piece of software for creating surveys for your website. On top of this, Paul O’Keeffe also provides additional bonuses to those who buy the pro version of Saas Rebrander which will supposedly help you to sell your new software.
How does the product work?
The core idea behind Saas Rebrander as a complete product is simple. Paul O’Keeffe has created a piece of software (several if you include the bonuses) and in buying into Saas Rebrander, you have the opportunity to make this software your own and sell it as such. When you log into Saas Rebrander for the first time, you have the chance to upload a logo, set your colour scheme etc. all of which is then applied to the version of Saas Rebrander that your customers see when they buy the software from you.
What is the initial investment?
There are two options for Saas Rebrander which are a lite version which is the bare essentials of the main piece of software or the pro version which is hugely expanded and comes with the bonus software etc. The lite version is priced at $67 whilst the pro version of Saas Rebrander is being sold for $89.
It is worth noting that at the time of writing, there is a $20 off coupon available as well. Both options come with a full 30 day money back guarantee.
What is the rate of return?
The income potential for Saas Rebrander is strongly suggested to be in excess of $10,000 per month with the “lowest” month supposedly making $4,339. I am however sceptical of these figures for everybody.
I don’t necessarily think that the software that Saas Rebrander is giving you access to is too bad which is half of the battle. It is however a niche in which there is a lot of competition. This can ultimately make selling your product difficult, especially when you consider that you are also selling the exact same thing (with the exact same marketing material) as everyone else who bought Saas Rebrander.
These problems could be nothing more than minor niggles; however, I am forced to come to the topic of the price. Whilst Saas Rebrander isn’t particularly expensive for 3 pieces of software with resell rights, consider that the best selling example has supposedly sold 9000 copies (with no mention of what price at), however Paul O’Keeffe doesn’t provide anything to back this up. With that in mind, I would treat the sales figures with some suspicion.
Personally, Saas Rebrander isn’t something that is for me or in fact, most users and as such, I couldn’t really recommend it.