Brand New ‘GDPR PLR Pack’
GDPR – The General Data Protection Regulation.
What is this GDPR PLR Pack? Well, the European Commission set out plans for data protection reform in January 2012, its mission to make Europe ‘fit for the digital age’. It took almost four years for an agreement to be reached on what was involved and how it would be enforced. GDPR was enforced from 25th May 2018.
Now that GDPR is in Full Effect across the EU, and enforced for everyone dealing with EU citizen’s data we have updated our GDPR Content Pack
- 2 Articles
- Webinar ready content
- PLR license for all content
This European union wide framework applies to organisations in every member-state and will impact not only businesses and individuals across Europe but globally. Because if a company touches personal data of someone residing within the EU, then GDPR applies. Even if that company is based outside of Europe.
This GDPR Content Pack has been created with small business owners in mind
Small Business Owners
If you run a online business offering services to other small businesses this PLR content pack will provide you with Content you can pass to your clients to help them be compliant.
(To be compliant both you and your Clients need to be compliant).
You have ownership of these documents to give away or monetize.
Web Design or Marketing Agency?
Publish the articles on your Blog and show your customers that you are well informed about data Privacy offer the ebook as a download and create your own webinar (Slides and Script included) for your clients or for your staff as part of their onboarding process.
Scroll down for more details of this exclusive Webinar ready content
Want to Run your own GDPR Awareness Webinar?
One of the requirements is that every member of staff in your business needs to be aware of GDPR. If you are a business owner or manager it is your responsibility.
- Run your own GDPR webinar
- Use to educate yourself about GDPR
- Impress your clients by educating them about GDPR
- Add this as a module in a course
- Include as part of your new staff or new client onboarding process
You could even turn it into a training product and charge for it. This comes with a PLR licence so you can do countless things with it (except sell the PLR licence) and any profits are 100% yours.
What’s included in the webinar ready content pack?
This Webinar ready content pack contains
- A 16 slide presentation deck on the key parts of GDPR, and some Common Questions Answered.
- Jpeg images of each slide so you can turn the presentation into a video and add your voice over
- Speakers Notes / Webinar Script for your Video, webinar, live presentation or meeting
Basically, everything you need to set up your own GDPR awareness webinar, presentation, or video for onboarding, your staff or clients, done for you (Just record the script).
Ready to Use Content
The specially created content in this GDPR PLR Pack is ready to use. The eBook is based on our successful previous product ‘GDPR – What you need to know and how to prepare for it’ but has been updated ‘Post’ GDPR.
Of course, both editable .docx , .rtf and .pdf versions are provided.
I have provided the Cover Images too.
- Flat Cover
- 3D Cover with transparent background
- 3D Cover with white background
There are 2 full-length articles included. Again, these are ready to use for your blog or for you to turn into new products, I know how creative you are!
- Article1 – What is GDPR_ (633 Words).docx
- GDPR – The winners and losers (Article 739 Words)
These templates are based on recommended text and contain sections that GDPR requires to be included.
There are highlighted items where you add your business name and then you just need to check they match your business operation, edit if they don’t. Then add them to your website.
- Template 1 is 1010 Words
- Template 2 is 1044 Words
IMPORTANT: While I know that these templates will be great for you to edit and use for your business you need to be aware that I am not a lawyer, and I am not qualified to give advice on privacy and data protection. If you use these templates you do so at your own risk and I advise that you seek professional legal advice. Using any of this material ‘as-is’ does not mean you are GDPR compliant.