I want to offer value and free "stuff" to my health/weight loss list. Where do I get content?

by joyc17
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I am beginning a health/weight loss list from paid traffic. I want to regularly offer them valuable free content along with my affiliate marketing promos. I have much knowledge in this field, but no quality media infographics, videos, etc that would give my list real valuable info free. First are these things called lead magnets? And second, where can I get magnets and/or free valuable content? Do I have to create it? Can I use online infographics like from NIH, CDC, etc?
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    You really need to create your own assets. If, as you say, you have much knowledge in the field then it should not be too difficult.

    I would join the High Voltage Video Forum and ask questions. Kurt, a member here, runs that forum and he as well as others there will help you with video creation as well as setting up your youtube channel as well as optimizing.


    "The problem with the rat race is that even if you win you're still a rat." ~Lilly Tomlin~

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  • Profile picture of the author John963
    You said you have knowledge in your niche, so put some of you knowledge in blog posts and create videos (if you don't want to be on camera you can always make a slideshow).

    Also create ebook's and offer some as a lead magnet, give some to your subscribers and sell some.

    As for images you can search google for royalty free images.

    If you subscribers feel like they are getting value from your emails then your doing it write, I'd recommend 80% plus value emails
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Try the Warriors for hire section in this forum to find people who have the skills you may lack. As one example, I'm a writer/editor/proofreader. Others offer videos, YouTube clips, banners, etc. A lot depends on your 2 budgets... Yes I did say 2 budgets.

    1. How much money you're prepared to spend.
    2. How much time you're prepared to spend.

    You can't do one without the other.

    That's just my 5 cents worth.

    Cheers, Laurence. Writer/Editor/Proofreader.
    Website / Blog for more info.

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