Anyone who wants to understand Web 2.0 design must first be familiar with what Web 2.0 means. The phrase stands for the supposed second generation of the web that focuses on collaboration and sharing of information among users.

What used to be one-way highways of the old web is now replaced by a community-driven world of Web 2.0.

Your Rights include:

[YES] Private use [YES] Can be sold [YES] Can put your name on it (eg. Presented by) [YES] Can be packaged with other paid products [YES] Can be offered as a bonus with paid product [YES] Can be added to paid membership sites [YES] Can be added to free membership sites [YES] Can sell Resale Rights [YES] Can sell Master Resale Rights [YES] Can sell Private Label Rights [YES] Can be submitted to article directories (follow their TOS) [YES] Can be used as web content [YES] Can be used as an e-course/autoresponder sequence [YES] Can be used as blog posts [YES] Can be broken down into smaller articles [YES] Can be combined to create longer articles [YES] Can have your name on them [YES] Can be given away for free to your list or as an incentive to optin.