by WPGuru
17 replies
Planning to launch my first WSO, a bit confused if that should be free or paid as I am new in the neighborhood.

Here are few questions that follow:

1. If I should go for paid, what should be the pricing point for an e-book with tips I use to earn 4 figure from fiverr?
2. Self hosted WSO or WF thread?
3. I have a bonus e-book regarding productivity tips (software that I use to help me with my productivity [free and paid]), and would have forum for members where I can help them with any issues they have, and also some high quality graphics, what else should be in bonus?
4. Don't have list, no Jvs, nothing... so whats the best way to do it?
5. Does PPC, Solos work for this?
6. Any particular days to launch this kind of WSO, do I have to add my listing on launch calendars?

Need your expert opinion on this
#free #paid #wso
  • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
    Since free WSOs are no longer allowed that decision has been made for you.

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    • Profile picture of the author Peter Lee
      You can still post Free WSOs but they will be placed under "warrior forum classified ads" section. Just post it there, pay $20 after moderators approved and your thread gets published.


      Originally Posted by kindsvater View Post

      Since free WSOs are no longer allowed that decision has been made for you.

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    • Profile picture of the author salegurus
      Originally Posted by creed1994 View Post

      You could maybe start with free ones, build a rep and then move on to the paid ones.
      Did you read the post above yours? It may save you putting your foot in it next time...

      Originally Posted by kindsvater View Post

      Since free WSOs are no longer allowed that decision has been made for you.

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      • Profile picture of the author calidream217
        You can do a paid wso but charge 1 to 2 dollars if your purpose is to build a subscribers list. Many wsos cost between the $7.99 and $17.99 range. Since you are new I would keep my prices as low as possible until I built a reputation.
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        • Profile picture of the author Simpilot938
          It depends what you want from publishing your WSO.

          If you want a small income, then charge $7.

          If you want a bigger immediate income then add several layers of offers of increasing value (Sell until they won't buy any more).

          If you want a long term income, sell your WSO for $1-2 and make sure you're adding every BUYER to an email list.

          If you want a bunch a freebie seekers, give your WSO away, have no funnel in place and even if you get them on an email list, don't expect to make many sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author creed1994
    You could maybe start with free ones, build a rep and then move on to the paid ones.
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  • Profile picture of the author C G
    1. If I should go for paid, what should be the pricing point for an e-book with tips I use to earn 4 figure from fiverr?
    I would go $9-$12
    2. Self hosted WSO or WF thread?
    What platform are you using?
    3. I have a bonus e-book regarding productivity tips (software that I use to help me with my productivity [free and paid]), and would have forum for members where I can help them with any issues they have, and also some high quality graphics, what else should be in bonus?
    Maybe a live case study showing you setting up the method on Fiverr and making money live...
    4. Don't have list, no Jvs, nothing... so whats the best way to do it?
    Nowadays, to kill it with WSOs.. You need a list and affiliates. Work on building these two first and target WSO of the day.
    5. Does PPC, Solos work for this?
    Never tried.. Use PPC to build your list first..
    6. Any particular days to launch this kind of WSO, do I have to add my listing on launch calendars?
    For your first time I would suggest end of the week at none peak hours.

    Cheers,

    C.G.
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  • Yeah, make it something affordable.

    Price it at $1 - $19

    Yes, go for it!
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  • Profile picture of the author Gaura Klausner
    If you set a reasonable price people will value your information more than if it was free...
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  • Profile picture of the author Phil Wilkinson
    Hard to believe nobody in here knows about this:

    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...le-anyone.html

    This WSO came out just before the rules changed, but the training shows exactly how to do it in compliance with the rule changes.

    You can do a free WSO, build your list, and make money.

    BTW, this is not my product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gaura Klausner
    Interesting...
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  • Profile picture of the author badut jenaka
    I would suggest you put up paid wso on the wf marketplace, charge minimal price that will only cover the price you paid for the thread up, and collect the buyers email to your list.
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    Free WSO will give you wayyyy more subscribers, and paid WSO will give you less subscribers (unless you properly recruit affiliates and all that jazz).

    Try pricing a paid WSO at $1 so you can bring in more customers and still qualify people who have a credit card and are willing to pay money.
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  • Profile picture of the author Idol
    Since Free WSO is not allowed anymore in WF, you have to create something worthy and sell for a price. This could be as little as $1. A price must be involved.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amine Boudhief
    I just PM'ed you !
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