Are you considering creating a side hustle but not sure what to do? Do you want to sell planners but can’t design even if your life depends on it? Or maybe you simply don’t have enough time in a day to spend creating and designing something to sell? If you answered YES on even one of those questions, please continue reading this blog post.
PLR (private label rights) products are the best possible choice to start a side hustle if you don’t have time or skills. PLR products can be planner templates, articles, graphics, that someone created in order to sell it to others who would then flip and sell as their own brand.
Now that you know what PLR is it is time to choose the best product for you and your future or existing business. In this blog post I will share with you some amazing and free plr planner templates that you can easily rebrand and upload to Etsy, Gumroad, Payhip and other platforms.
This is a set of 6 unique planner pages with a cover to help your audience easily plan weekly goals. You can edit this template using PowerPoint to customize the fonts, colors, and layout.
You get a done-for-you daily planner and a calendar 2021 that you can easily edit with a free Canva account.
This is another PowerPoint template you can edit and rebrand and sell or use as a lead magnet.
This is one more easy-to-use PowerPoint template you can edit, rebrand and sell.
This is a 15 page PowerPoint planner template you can sell as is or rebrand.
This planner template can be edited in Canva, with a free version.
If you choose to create your printables but need some help and inspiration, check out these two posts:
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