Content for WSO Creation

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Hi,

i am looking for some cool advices when it comes to create a valuable WSO...

Where can i find valuable informations to sell online? PLR/MMR of course...

But are the most of the WSO PLR or MMR Products?



Thx for your answers...
Allen
#content #creation #wso
  • Profile picture of the author ecoverartist
    I don't think the Warrior forum is going to be very responsive to you selling them PLR products that might have also been offered here at one time.

    Some time ago I had success selling things like this: The Software Gold Club -- not sure if that membership is even active anymore, but at one time they really did have some neat software.
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    • Profile picture of the author allenmartin
      Thx, i don't want to sell plr or mmr stuff as a wso

      I want to know where to find good content that i can implement
      Into my wso
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      • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
        Originally Posted by allenmartin View Post

        I want to know where to find good content that i can implement
        Into my wso
        I don't know ... your sig?

        Especially since no one, including you, seems to have a clue what your "WSO" is about.


        Tip: Learn to spell or have someone fluent in English proof read what you are doing. Your original post, and your sig, have problems.

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  • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
    Develop your own strategies to offer to others. Make your own product that succeeds. Then sell it.

    You're not allowed to sell PLR, MMR (even rewrites) as a WSO.

    The last thing anyone needs is for someone who doesn't know what they are doing to buy some PLR and sell it as a WSO.

    To answer your question: no, WSOs are not PLR or MMR products.


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  • Profile picture of the author blitzbc
    You need to learn and apply what you want to teach people. You are already in the right place to find ideas for a WSO. Look at the questions people are asking here in the forum. Then go out and learn what it is that they want to know, apply it and have some success with it. Once you've done that, then you can write a WSO on it. PLR is not a place to get ideas. You need to be original.
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  • Profile picture of the author Diana Lane
    If you look at the Warrior Payments Marketplace page right now, you'll see that of 112 WSOs launched using this method to take payments in the last 30 days, only 18 of them made more than 5 sales and 57 offers resulted in no sales at all.

    https://payments.warriorforum.com/marketplace

    Obviously there are other ways to take payments and so a lot of offers won't be included in the count, but since Warrior Payments are widely used on here, the Marketplace page probably provides sufficient information to work out that people are pretty choosy and that just putting up a WSO won't bring the money rolling in. The majority of those offers made no sales. In the current climate, I think that resurrecting old products that have probably done the rounds on here before is likely to see your offer joining them, and will just be a waste of your money.

    Unless you can integrate them into your product really well, which doesn't seem to be the intention otherwise you'd have mentioned what sort of product was if you wanted a useful answer and not just asked about 'valuable information'.
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  • Profile picture of the author jamescanz
    Originally Posted by allenmartin View Post

    Hi,

    i am looking for some cool advices when it comes to create a valuable WSO...
    Interview someone.

    Ask them what it takes to basically start from scratch & make money doing what they do, in X amount of steps.

    You can use Google Hangouts to record the interview for free
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  • Profile picture of the author JensSteyaert
    The answers might seem unhelpful to you, but they are rather good advice.

    Don't use PLR products to create a WSO, make sure you leanr some methods first and then teach people how they can use them to grow their business themselves...
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  • Profile picture of the author allenmartin
    thx for all helpful answers and advices
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  • Create your own WSO. You don't need a plr product to tell you what content to put inside of it.

    And don't forget to remember that you need to use your own knowledge. If you want to create a great WSO, sell something that you know is one you believe in; not one with info from an old plr product.
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    Oh dear. Sounds like we are about to have yet another blind leading the blind. ;-)

    Don't teach unless you have implemented the skills yourself and know what you are talking about.
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  • Profile picture of the author Terrance01
    Originally Posted by allenmartin View Post

    Hi,

    i am looking for some cool advices when it comes to create a valuable WSO...

    Where can i find valuable informations to sell online? PLR/MMR of course...

    But are the most of the WSO PLR or MMR Products?



    Thx for your answers...
    Allen
    Allen,


    Your in the right place...go through the WF and find out what everyone's biggest "pain" is and solve it....or ....find our what everyone's biggest "desire is" and help them achieve it.


    I know that's a very general answer...but you presented a very general question.


    To Your Success,
    -Terrance
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  • Profile picture of the author spearce000
    Originally Posted by allenmartin View Post

    But are the most of the WSO PLR or MMR Products?
    No. Rule 2 of the WSO sections states quite clearly:
    All WSO's Must Be Something You Created. A Product Of Your Own. (A package of ebooks someone threw together is not considered a product and will be deleted) This is completely self explanatory and not up for debate. If you yourself did not create the product do not post it here.
    The best WSO's are based on your experiences, or something you've developed (or had developed for you) that solves a problem you have experienced..
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  • Profile picture of the author drmani
    Originally Posted by allenmartin View Post

    i am looking for some cool advices when it comes to create a valuable WSO...

    Allen
    Here are 2 tips:

    * What do YOU know a lot about, and can guide/teach/help others with?

    * What will YOUR CLIENTS consider valuable, useful and helpful?

    Either (or both) will make a valuable WSO to promote.
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  • Profile picture of the author aire
    I am going to give you honest and best advice:
    99% of WSOs with "Information" on how to become/do something is REHASED.

    Do the same!!
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  • Profile picture of the author skyro
    It would be better if you just read through the threads apply what you learn then create your own wso from what you learned.
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      • Profile picture of the author Brett Hitchcock
        You need to be able to share something that you have done or found yourself that is useful and will work for others.

        If you are relying solely on PLR information people will feel it and know it by the way you write, even if you re write it. Plus bottom line it is unethical to sell something you haven't done yourself. My two cents worth.
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        • Profile picture of the author 9AppAve
          @allenmartin

          I think everyone really needs to define PLR, is it just rights ? personally, the product I sell, is a license agreement, therefore not allowed in the WSO section, stuck in classifieds... As by definition " I did not create it"

          However, just from WF has brought me over ?k a month in renewals, from the "classified section".

          Maybe what you have, has value, is unique, If so, ignore the negative replies..

          If your just recycling something with very little value, then the negative comments are probably correct...

          Most likely, what he is trying to do, is a no go, however people on this board are really fast to discourage.

          Point being its only 20USD to try, whats your worse case scenario? You have probably spent more time on this board, asking for advice and debating then the 20USD is worth....

          Now, I'm not advising you to throw up crap, as that's not good for anyone.
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          • Profile picture of the author allenmartin
            I know, that plr stuff has not the value to sell as a wso...
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  • Profile picture of the author Marco Moeschter
    Do you have something you make money with or do you have a skill which can help people in here? I mean a WSO can be everything a ebook, video or video course a podcast or case-study. Just think about that. Maybe you increased the traffic on your site from 0 to 100 people a day. Great make a video out of it and you have a WSO. Maybe you are great in making graphics. Perfect! You can show people how to do that.

    The important thing is that you show people something with value for them something they can take and implement theirself.
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  • Profile picture of the author AaronBurton
    Learn a skill and get good at it. Then just make a WSO. Not that hard lol. I think the hardest part is getting a result before you launch. But now that you can't post proof pics its even easier to create a WSO. Its a leveled playing field.
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  • Profile picture of the author mlpauling
    Learn, Apply, Teach. That is the formula.

    First learn a method, system, program, platform, niche, whatever.

    Next apply what you have learned and document your results.

    Then you can teach others what you have learned!
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    • Profile picture of the author nicoli
      Sean Mize 101

      Originally Posted by mlpauling View Post

      Learn, Apply, Teach. That is the formula.

      First learn a method, system, program, platform, niche, whatever.

      Next apply what you have learned and document your results.

      Then you can teach others what you have learned!
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