Scroll down for selected seat details

Signature Series Review...

Signature Series Review massive bonus

Web Event - (GMT-0600) United States (Chicago) Time

Online Sale Ended


What is it: Signature Series is a brand new line of premium, gorgeous, high production value PLR courses that you’ll actually be proud to offer to your subscribers and customers.

What if PLR was not ugly? but elegant? What if PLR was not boring? but engaging? What if PLR did not seem cheaply made? but had a premium, high-ticket feel? What if PLR was not embarrassing? but made you Proud to call it your own?

In other words Does PLR Have to Suck? Let's Face It: Most PLR is Simply Terrible. It's ugly, it's cheaply made, it's boring, it looks like it was written by grammar-school dropouts, the voice over sucks, it doesn't stand out, it's embarrassing, it would damage your reputation if you sold it to people... etc, etc... So, What if there was a series of PLR, that struck the perfect balance? Gorgeous, stunning, elegant, attractive on the one hand. While on the other hand, still being un-themed and “brand-neutral” enough to not have to rebrand it (if you don’t want to). Sounds impossible, right? Well, it has been impossible. Until now. Go have a look at the gorgeous, yet neutral Signature Series Review PLR, right here. 

You’ve probably been hearing a lot about the new “Signature Series” PLR that’s just launched. You’re probably hearing about on-screen professional presenters, about elegant and stunning graphics, about a visual style that somehow, magically, is both incredibly beautiful and unforgettable, while at the same time being generic or neutral enough to incorporate into your own brand identity, without having to rebrand (if you don’t want to). You’re probably hearing about it being the steal of the century at a clinically insane special launch price. 

But I’d like to talk about another aspect. The quality of the actual course content itself. No big surprise here: it’s fantastic. A lot of PLR can sometimes miss the mark.  It’s boring, old, outdated, clumsy, full of errors, low voice over quality, low resolution, etc. The actual course content in these PLR lessons is actually pretty damn sweet.

Follow these links to view full review: