Newbies-Have You Created (Or Trying to Create) an Info Product?

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From one newbie to another:

Have you created an info product yet? No matter how big or small-free report, ebook, audio, video..

What was or is your biggest challenge to creating the info product?

For those who have, any systems or training recommendations in info product creation for newbies?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mukul Verma
    Well I am releasing my first info product TODAY after being in running business for almost 6 years online (check signature).

    For me the most challenging part is working with the systems and techy stuff to work so everyone can enjoy your product. Example I had MAJOR issues once I though I was complete, I foundout that it worked in Firefox, but would not play in Sarafi or Explorer, took a lot of time to fix.

    So small things can be bigger things, leave time for it.
  • Profile picture of the author slimshady22248202
    I am starting on my Traffic Generation Methods Videos this week and I am creating an Article Rewriting and Submission Service. So I am am all game on creating my own products. I think anyone interested in creating Videos on the Internet, I have some cool Free Software that can screen capture your desktop and I think this is the easiest way on creating your own products.

    What is your opinion?

    • Profile picture of the author djleon1
      I created an ebook on how to sell books online. It is my most successful IM venture to date. Writing it was easy since it is what I do. I found a third party to design the site but the hardest part was the copy for the sales page and I am still not sure if it is any good though it does convert. I tried to get a 3rd party to write through the WF but my experience was terrible. Also - trying to figure out what to charge for it was a pain but the price it is at now works.
  • Profile picture of the author R Hagel
    One big problem I see is that new marketers sometimes create what they think people will need... rather than giving their target market what they want. In other words, there's a lack of market and product research. Folks just jump in, create a product... and months later they realize no one is buying because no one wants it.


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