How to sell a WSO if I am a new member with no reputation?

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Hi,

I am new to warrior forum but have been in IM for more than 6 years.

I intend to create a good WSO, but I don't have a reputation here, in warrior forum.

If my product is good and I don't have reputation, can I success in selling my WSO?

Do you have any suggestion?

Thanks
#sell #wso
  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    Originally Posted by MrProfit View Post

    Hi,

    I am new to warrior forum but have been in IM for more than 6 years.

    I intend to create a good WSO, but I don't have a reputation here, in warrior forum.

    If my product is good and I don't have reputation, can I success in selling my WSO?

    Do you have any suggestion?

    Thanks
    I think you answered your own question, start by getting a reputation and don't spam your links or signature and should be good.

    Just be ready for the same questions over and over and over again
    Good Luck
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    Do it the way many of us did it. Takes time and work. Build your reputation by answering questions with knowledgeable answers and helping the community. Or just take your chances and launch your product without it. Doubt that it will get a lot of attention that way, but that seems to be the way most new members are doing it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      Either build reputation, or find a JV - that is if you don't already have a large list of your own to market the offer to.

      I have no issue with new people here posting an offer IF they have links to their previous works/presence on the web. It becomes obvious quite quickly whether someone knows what they are talking about.
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  • Profile picture of the author Millionbaby
    Start answering other people questions and that way you'll be building a solid reputation over time.
    Takes time and dedication but you'll start getting results pretty much quick if you keep doing it!

    Go go go!!
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by MrProfit View Post

    Hi,

    I am new to warrior forum but have been in IM for more than 6 years.

    I intend to create a good WSO, but I don't have a reputation here, in warrior forum.

    If my product is good and I don't have reputation, can I success in selling my WSO?

    Do you have any suggestion?

    Thanks
    Post consistently starting today. Add stuff. And add stuff. Make sure it really contributes to the quality of the discussion.

    Come in here and do that everyday.

    Before long you will start to perk the ears of other members.

    Its a process just like everything in Life



    - Robert Andrew
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  • Profile picture of the author jordel
    you can give a copy of the product... or maybe a freebie related to the product and start a conversation about it. answer questions...add value
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  • Profile picture of the author fernando avila
    If you say that you have a method that you are going to sell as a WSO start out by posting threads on your knowledge and show people that you know what you are talking about and actually walking the walk so to say.

    If people trust you they will buy from you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    Sell the features and benefits, not yourself.

    After all, your reputation is nothing more than a feature and benefit unto itself, but there are several other angles you could strategize into your sales message.

    (You could say something like "I've been so busy with XYZ, that I don't even have time to ABC" as an example).

    IE - "I've been so busy XYZ that I don't even have time to share it with ABC".

    This type of strategy works wonders in my experience, and can even cement your integrity as a specialist.

    Always remember that the typical end user has an underlying disbelief about most "gurus" anyway, so this can be an unfathomably powerful advantage.

    To elaborate further - many end users have a disbelief that the product vendor actually does what they're teaching. So, you remember the power of their doubt and use it to your advantage, which is something that a more established warrior cannot do.

    I sold my first WSO without a lick of reputation, and have been creating boatloads of product ever since.

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  • Profile picture of the author hagendazz07
    Hey MrProfit,

    As people have said before building you reputation by provinding value to other warriors in the form of meaningful, useful comment is the way to go.

    But if you really want or need to launch your product, because you know it can help people right away you might want to look for a business partner with credibility to help you launch your product.

    Joel
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  • Profile picture of the author kenmichaels
    Originally Posted by MrProfit View Post

    Hi,

    I am new to warrior forum but have been in IM for more than 6 years.

    I intend to create a good WSO, but I don't have a reputation here, in warrior forum.

    If my product is good and I don't have reputation, can I success in selling my WSO?

    Do you have any suggestion?

    Thanks
    I had zero rep and was told my price was to high so it would not work.
    No rep, no jvs, nothing.

    I did almost 22k FE.... so not great, but you can do ok if your product is solid.

    Now, with rep (still no jvs) and a slightly less price tag done a year later did
    70k FE .... so yeah rep does help.

    Those were done pre WF being sold. I don't sell here any more
    and haven't for a while ... so I have no idea what the pulse of the
    WSO section is like - which in my opinion - is way more important
    then your reputation.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Originally Posted by MrProfit View Post

    If my product is good and I don't have reputation, can I success in selling my WSO?
    Absolutely. People do it all the time.

    Originally Posted by MrProfit View Post

    Do you have any suggestion?
    Find a good course on creating and making money with WSO's. Follow the steps, gather affiliates, make the course brand new, and if possible contact people for review copies so that they can leave their feedback on your WSO thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author Charles Harper
    Rep or no rep, I would say you should actually have done something or attained a result.

    You can sell a WSO without a "result", but if you have one, I think people will take note of it.

    Read things that others don't, then you'll add to the forum in ways that are uniquely yours.

    I would say that when you post...add things that extend the conversation...even if others don't agree.

    Don't be a "me too" poster all of the time; see if there is something you can add to the conversation.

    Sincerely,
    Charles
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  • Profile picture of the author art72
    You can offer a few free review copies to established warriors in the War Room and ask for 'honest' feedback.

    If it's good content, you can usually get some testimonials to establish some credibility, and maybe land a jv deal, or score a few well-rounded marketer's who'll promote you as an affiliate.

    Or

    Break the concept of your offer down in a short guide and offer it for free, with an upsell on the backend.

    Or

    Write the best salespage or VSL imaginable, and like the Godfather says; "Make em an offer they can't refuse!"

    Then market it through other channels, ppc, social media, email marketing, youtube, etc...
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    • Profile picture of the author TrafficFlow
      Personally if I see that the WSO is from someone with zero posts I may be reluctant to buy. The zero posts really stick is out. But if you have 20 posts I may not even notice.

      But my main focus is on the product itself and any user reviews.

      Of course on high priced items I will be much more cautious as to who I buy from.
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  • Profile picture of the author LogoShield
    Some people will eat you up here, just because you are a newbie. Good luck.
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    • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
      Originally Posted by LogoShield View Post

      Some people will eat you up here, just because you are a newbie. Good luck.
      Not true.

      Being a newbie is not an issue. Everyone was at some point.

      The reasons newbies sometimes get "eaten up" have nothing to do with the length of time they have been members.
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  • Profile picture of the author MrProfit
    Thank you all for your suggestions!

    I will follow your advice
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    Success is a CHOICE, not a CHANCE!
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  • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
    You haven't listed your product because you are worried about not getting any sales. Nobody can tell you how many sales you would get, but I can tell you with absolute certainty that you won't get any by not listing your product.

    I say go for it and while you are waiting for the product to be approved, go through some threads and lend some value to the community. It doesn't take long for people to notice you are helping and an afternoon of helping will also bolster your post stats, so you won't look like a newbie when your product gets approved..
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    Team up with some one who already has many posts and a good rep. Oh yes, some one like me - just kidding.
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