Want to Buy Thousands of Digital Products?

There is a lot of money to be made online and many different ways to make it. However, many of these strategies can be very time-consuming, expensive, or both.

Instead of developing your own products to sell on the Internet, it may be more worth your while to consider a service like that offered by InDigitalWorks. Serving as the subject of today’s review, InDigitalWorks markets itself as the number one MRR and PLR source.

Does it live up to expectations? Do they charge so much that you’re better off outsourcing your product creation elsewhere? Let’s take a look and find out.

Accessing Nearly 4000 Digital Products for Resale

Basically, when you sign up for a membership with InDigitalWorks, you’ll gain access to an increasingly large library of digital products. These come with resale, master resell, and private label rights.

What this means is that you not only gain access to the products themselves, but you can immediately turn around and start selling them to other people for profit. Depending on the nature of the rights associated with each product, you can even alter them just enough to pass them off as your own.

The digital products include e-books, computer software, video content, turnkey websites, digital graphics, articles, tutorials, and more.

Make Money with PLR Products?

According to the people behind InDigitalWorks, a membership to the site gives you access to a collection of digital products worth over $140,000. That’s a little boastful on their part, but you do have to realize that you are getting thousands of different products to sell.

Not all ebooks in the collection, however, come with full master resell rights. Some only come with a license that allows you to give them away to other people (though that could be useful as a “free bonus” for signing up for your Aweber list, for example), whereas others may be restricted to personal use.

Some of the ebooks that you’ll get with resell rights include those discussing Forex secrets, cracking the Google code, making money on Twitter, playing online poker, setting up podcasts, and more.

There’s even on on the practice and science of drawing, in case you’re not interested in selling marketing-related materials.

The Affiliate Program

Sometimes, it’s easier to sell thousands of products than it is to sell just one. If you’re in the Internet marketing field and know that your readers would be interested in something like InDigitalWorks, you’ll be happy to hear that they have an affiliate program in place too.

One of the biggest keys to making money ohline is establishing a solid stream of passive income. Affiliate programs are one way to do that. The InDigitalWorks affiliate program offers a 40% commission.

Conversions are tracked via ClickBank. This is very helpful, since it means you don’t have to keep track of yet another affiliate program separate from everything else. If you already have a ClickBank account, you’re in business.

How Much Does It Cost?

While you may or may not be completely convinced of the quality of the digital products being offered by InDigitalWorks, their sheer number gives you a good possibility of finding at least a couple diamonds on the rough.

This is a monstrous collection that you can use to make money online, but how much does it cost? Going to the registration page, we find three different membership levels.

The basic silver membership is absolutely free, but it does come with some restrictions. You can access over 400 products but you can only download up to five a day. Bump up to the three-month Gold membership for $47 for more access or to the $147 Gold Pro lifetime membership for full access.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER WITH INDIGITALWORKS.COM


27 thoughts on “Want to Buy Thousands of Digital Products?”

  1. Boxing News says:

    can you pay for one month down load all ebooks and then cancell?

    1. d3so says:

      They’ll probably have a strict download limit that prevents you from downloading all of them.
      As you can see, the one time payment plan has no limit.

      1. That’s what I would guess

        1. $147 plan will give you full access but before publishing those books to else where you should know their rights and also terms and conditions of publishing.

          1. There’s always fine print.

      2. when you have use your download linit then you an just open another account with them.

        How hard it is to open an acount wiht them?

        1. They might log IP information to prevent that from happening.

          1. I do not think that IP will be big issue.

            But here question is will you get the value of your money in such downloads.

        2. d3so says:

          Have you forgotten that it isn’t free?

    2. Rick Krenz says:

      I joined IndigitalWorks a few years ago and did exactly what you said.
      But when I downloaded everything. I went through the backdoor for easy access. (That’s what she said.)
      Now that door has been shut closed and you have to go to every page now to actually download the products. It’s a very boring task if you ask me.

      But InigitalWorks is a cheaper alternative to say MRR.com They pretty much carry the same products or he takes them from MRR.com and post it to his site. Either way it is a nice discount.

    3. Hmmm…wouldn’t it be something if this was a rebill…

    4. So I have a question… since the license gives YOUR customers the right to sell it too, why not download everything they have and start your own PLR site with the same content??

  2. Dino Vedo says:

    Hmmm could be profitable but I’d rather be creating brand new content then stuff that has already been sold long time ago….

    1. d3so says:

      I agree. I have a feeling that their products are trash anyway.

      1. I am sure new products will be updated on continue basis so calling their products as trash is not at all right thing.

        1. fas says:

          They might not be trash but many would be selling the same thing.

        2. d3so says:

          Ebooks are dying. You’d have to come up with something spectacular to get attention.

          1. Ipad will provide it another life. Do not worry.

    2. SEO Results says:

      I really agree with you there, Dino. Unique, quality content is what gets touted as the best thing possible for blogs and websites. This stuff here can serve to populate flogs with, but I will not recommend it for your personal efforts.

  3. Can we succeed only by following the PTC program?

    I am from Indonesian State East Java Blogger Community

    Thanks For Your Answer

  4. I might try out the free membership and look at the quality of the products offered.
    Great review like always, Michael, any idea how many diamonds are really in the heap? And where else are the same products with the same right available? What is the general level of quality and how outdated are the ebooks etc on average? SY

  5. Free Picks says:

    more than 2000 eBooks 😮 WOW

  6. Nathan says:

    This is some good marketing from the membership company.

    A free level membership to get as many people into the top of their funnel as possible.

    PLR is a great way for someone to start a business, who is letting the thought of product creation being the one major obstacle that’s stopping them achieving their goals.

    If product creation worries you then this is an opportunity you should take.

    Reach new heights,

    Nathan

  7. LeeD says:

    I’ve always found that MRR sites where you have to pay a monthly fee are a waste.

    Personally, I would rather just go in and buy the stuff that I am interested in. Who has the time to market 2280 ebooks anyway?

  8. Original content is supposed to be king. From a pure business perspective this lot will afford you the opportunity to create lots of turnkey sites, ready to make you money, with relatively little effort as compared to doing everything yourself and creating your own.

  9. You know, I have NEVER explored PLR content. I think I’m going to sign up for this program (try out the free version) and see what it’s all about. Thanks for the heads up, John!

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