Once you’ve created your product and made it look professional with images, clipart, screen captures, or whatever else the next step is to make a ‘rights’ page to let customers know in clear terms what they can and cannot do with the product.
In the online world, there is so much piracy and stealing of other people’s work it’s ridiculous. But, in some part this theft takes place because of lack of clear details about what users and customers are allowed, or not allowed to do with products.
I have purchased $1,000s worth of Internet marketing ebooks, software, guides,and other tools and often there is no mention of rights - or if there is, it’s at the initial purchase point, but there is no information included in the download or product delivery that spells it out.
Avoid confusion, protect yourself, and help everyone understand what they’re getting by including a “rights page.” Here is a sample, but you can create your own with whatever terms you like:
This Product Rights Statement Generator, By Tom Brownsword, is a quick and simple way get your Product Rights Page put together - and it's free to use.