Intro + feedback & advice

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Hi all,
My name is Cleo & I'm from London UK.
I recently created my first ever information product & before launching & selling it on a digital products selling platform wanted to get some feedback & advice here.
After reading a book that not only helped me become teetotal but transformed my whole outlook on life for the better, tried telling people that I knew were also genuinely ready & looking for a method to help them become teetotal.
Thanks to another book, I realised that it made no sense sharing this life changing information if it was only bringing about little or no action due to costing them nothing. So I created a 565 word report/review for the book to sell as an information product for £1.99, $2.60, in order to best make sure people made maximum use of the information I was sharing. If people aren't happy with the info product, I've emphasised that they can ask for their money back & get it with absolutely no hassle.
Any feedback & advice on strengthening the product, seeing it more clearly & most importantly, where I'm being nonsensical would be greatly appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ged3
    Yes your report/book could do very well.


    You need to produce a cover for it - you could get this done cheaply on Fiverr.com.


    Then you need a good advert and web page to sell it from.


    You could sell it on Ebay - but I think you need to have it available in cd format to sell it from there.


    Self help book and reports have the potential to make a lot of money.


    You might be able to expand on your short report and create a series of videos from it as these are now regarded of more value. So instead of selling it for $2.60 as an ebook you could sell it as a course for $15 - $50.


    Hope this helps.


    Ged
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
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    565 word report/review
    This is not an information product.

    Instead of trying to sell what is, in essence, a "lead magnet" you should offer it as such and promote whatever you are promoting to people who opt-in.

    I don't know how you would convince people to buy your report without grossly hyping what people will find after they pay.

    If you want to recoup some investment on the frontend you can always have an OTO in your sales funnel.

    Brent
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