PLR Extreme Review

PLR Extreme is a package put together by Edmund Loh, the self-styled PLR Extraordinaire. It offers users 9 products with private label rights that allow you to resell them.

What does the product offer?

PLR Extreme is a product by Edmund Loh that offers users a whole bunch of pre-packaged products with private label rights for reselling. These are on a multitude of aspects relating to internet market and come with titles like Killer Web Copy Vol. 1-3, Killer Traffic Generation Tactics and The BIG Book of Internet Marketing. Each comes with a pre written squeeze page that Edmund Loh says will help you get traffic to your site and convert it. There are also an additional 2 bonus products to teach you how to make the most out of your newly purchased products.

How does the product work?

PLR Extreme is reliant on marketing itself as a business in a box. If you consider it on this basis it seems like a great proposition. You have all the guides you need to set up a business as well as products to sell on (through the PLR). Personally though I find PLR Extreme stretches the reality of this situation somewhat.

What is the initial investment?

PLR Extreme is very cheap at just $9 which Edmund Loh claims is down from $97. This actually works out at $1 per product which seems reasonable. There is also a 30 day money back guarantee in place should you be unhappy with PLR Extreme.

What is the rate of return?

Edmund Loh claims that by selling these exact products online he has been able to make almost $12,000 a year with one of the PLR products generating $3,800 in a single month.

Conclusion

There is a lot of hot air at work in the sales pitch for PLR Extreme. These seem like great offers on the face of things as you don’t have to create any product but the reality is you will face a lot of competition that is fundamentally identical to what you have on offer. There isn’t even an option to use these as free giveaways as the terms strictly forbid this.

Personally I’d give this a miss, the terms are quite restrictive and I don’t believe that the products are good enough to really sell.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts