JV ZOO ...How Can I Get In and Succeed?

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Hello,

I see that some folks are making a great success on JVZOO with products they sell. I don't have any programming skills or knowledge.

How do I create software that people can buy? How do I choose the best niche to focus on?

Please help
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  • Profile picture of the author rgrimes
    First you want to do is do some research on what the hottest selling products are right now, find out where someone might have that similar problem, apply for jvzoo and then go ahead grab your affiliate links, then send traffic to them. I hope that helps you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Van Dam
    Research around this forum and online. There is a wealth of knowledge out there. I know this because I am beginning to learn all of those things myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
    Take a look at the "Top Sellers" board on JVZoo. It will give you some insight on what is currently hot. The affiliate marketplace will show you what has historically sold well.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
      Originally Posted by E. Brian Rose View Post

      Take a look at the "Top Sellers" board on JVZoo. It will give you some insight on what is currently hot. The affiliate marketplace will show you what has historically sold well.
      @OP:

      Pay attention to EBR. He kinda, sorta, you know, has a bit of a background with the topic.

      So anyway, look--this is a PLATFORM, not a magic money ATM.

      Offers are hosted there. Affiliates go there as a central hub. But it is NOT "I plug into it and make a zillion dollars."

      You can see what is selling and has sold well through this platform.

      Then you have to either sign up as an affiliate for these products (and must be approved as an affiliate seller, which is not guaranteed)...or make or own product and post it there.

      And doing this does not guarantee a darn thing, as far as making money is concerned.

      What you get is access to products and some historical data.

      It is still up to you to get TRAFFIC. You must get people to look at your landing/squeeze/sales pages.

      The product creator may have done something about CONVERSION--given you a sales letter to link to, or some email swipes...or you may want to do something about it yourself, such as adding your own email/video series up front to opt-ins before sending them to the affiliate sales page.

      So this is a more complex world you're considering entering than you may be thinking.

      There's still work to do.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
    Originally Posted by jideofor View Post


    How do I create software that people can buy?
    You invest in someone else to to the work for you - once you've determined if the market is a buyers niche and wants what you're selling.
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  • Profile picture of the author PassiveIncomes
    Originally Posted by jideofor View Post

    Hello,

    I see that some folks are making a great success on JVZOO with products they sell. I don't have any programming skills or knowledge.

    How do I create software that people can buy? How do I choose the best niche to focus on?

    Please help
    Learn c# create bots and software for IM (Internet marketers like us). The best niche you can go for is Internet marketing. Create bots for Facebook, Twitter, email creators etc and sell them on JVzoo. One of my friends profiting more than 15k per month on JVzoo by selling his software.
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  • Profile picture of the author takticz101
    Create softwares that do all the hardwork for you. Those are the ones that give the most success.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
    One thing the OP needs to understand is that most of the products that are huge sellers on JVZoo & Warrior Plus are launched by successful marketers who have lots of experience, and more importantly, they either have the technical knowledge to create the products themselves (including sales material), or they have a large amount of capital to invest in outsourcing the product.

    They also have lots of affiliates, and I'm not talking about the affiliates who have 5 or 10 sales, either. I'm talking about affiliates that can push 100+ units for every launch they promote. Another thing most of the top vendors have is a solid network of other top marketers. If you look at many of the top launches on JVZoo and other platforms, it's rarely ever just a single marketer who is putting out the product. They have been at it a while and have built up networks of folks that they can partner with. Another reason for this is that one person may be a programmer, one person may be a graphic designer, one person may be a copywriter, etc. If they pool their resources they do not have to outsource.

    I've been an affiliate for a while, and I know a lot of the top vendors. I'm not trying to toot my own horn, but because I'm a top 1% elite affiliate on Warrior Plus and I have over 5K sales on JVZoo, I have a lot of vendors who contact me and give me their products to review before launch because they want me to promote them and review them. In fact, I get so many products lately I could never review and promote them all if I tried. Now, I'm not special in any way. They are doing that with all of the affiliates they know can push units, and by doing so they are building up an army of loyal affiliates that can make sales for them.

    One of the reasons I'm an affiliate and not a product creator is because I don't really have the technical knowledge necessary to create sales pages and software, but more importantly, I just don't feel like doing all that work. I'm more than happy to let someone else do all the heavy lifting and then I'll come along and promote the product to my subscribers for 50% or 60% commissions. I also don't make enough to be able to set aside the amount of money it would take for me to outsource an entire product. I do pretty well for myself, but not well enough that I have 10K lying around. I'm sure most people don't.

    I think a lot of people start off as affiliates, and the sad fact is that 98% don't make it. From the 2% who do make it, maybe 10% of those people will actually ever go on to be big time product creators.

    I'm not trying to discourage anyone in any way, but the fact remains that doing a huge product launch is not an easy task. Maybe it's made to look easy because of the end result, but the truth is that months of hard work and thousands of dollars go into these launches. It makes me laugh when I read some of these courses that talk about how you can create and launch a product in 24 hours. Sure, you can do that, but I guarantee the product will probably be sh*t and good luck finding any actual decent affiliates to promote it.

    My advice to anyone who wants to launch top quality products that will attract affiliates and have a chance at hitting the top sellers list is to start as an affiliate first and learn how to market. Once you become a successful affiliate, start to network with other successful affiliates or vendors who are looking for a launch partner. If you can tag along on a launch with a big name vendor you'll be on your way to establishing yourself as an authority in that niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    You've been on the forum since 2008. You really don't know the best niche to focus on?

    JVzoo is just another platform of products. It's no different if you were an affiliate with Clickbank or Walmart. You might have to start back at the drawing board. And select a product with a high commission rate, or that offers a recurring commission every month - for as long as the customer remains a customer.
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    • Profile picture of the author jideofor
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      You've been on the forum since 2008. You really don't know the best niche to focus on?

      JVzoo is just another platform of products. It's no different if you were an affiliate with Clickbank or Walmart. You might have to start back at the drawing board. And select a product with a high commission rate, or that offers a recurring commission every month - for as long as the customer remains a customer.
      Lol, I have been away from this forum for quite a long time.
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  • Profile picture of the author kerunai
    if you have a large targetted email list and followers on facebook

    you will have great success promoting jvzoo products

    IM niche
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