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Good evening Warriors. I'm going to be creating my first WSO this week. I'm very excited to be able to share something that has worked for me with others looking to get out of the rat race. I want to launch my WSO next week, but I have a few questions I would love some input on.

1. How do I recruit affiliates? Is just selecting accepting affiliates on the WSO creation page enough or do I need to explore alternative methods?

2. I'm debating on whether I want to do it in e-book style or create a membership website. What do you think buyers prefer?

3. For bonus content, should I create extra content or would it be a good strategy to contact other Warriors to try and "donate" or trade content? My thinking is they could use my WSO as bonus content in the future or they at least would be able to grow their lists or do OTO on the bonus copies they provide.

I have a lot more questions, but I think that is going to be all for now. Maybe I will have some more if I get good replies to this thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    What do you think buyers prefer?
    A high-quality product for their money. As long as it's not ridiculously complicated, the delivery method doesn't matter. I would do what works best for you.

    I would make sure it works better than the link in your sig.:

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    • Profile picture of the author NilbogKing
      I just removed it. That was from a few years ago before I actually started making money lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    The first thing I would do before anything else is to have a folder on the desktop and name it whatever the WSO is thats the starting point

    Next what ever you have for questions use them in the search tab as this question has been asked many times before

    Do you research on Affiliate's on JV Zoo and Warrior Plus as well as on the this forum via the marketplace

    Now in regards to the giveaways/bonus dont give any crap PLR make some thing yourself for the first WSO

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    • Profile picture of the author NilbogKing
      PLR? Not sure what that is.
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      • Profile picture of the author discrat
        Originally Posted by NilbogKing View Post

        PLR? Not sure what that is.
        Public License to Ripoff

        Just kidding stands for Private Label Rights.

        And if you find some high quality ones like video courses they can be invaluable for things like Bonuses to your Product or lead magnets.
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by NilbogKing View Post

    Good evening Warriors. I'm going to be creating my first WSO this week. I'm very excited to be able to share something that has worked for me with others looking to get out of the rat race. I want to launch my WSO next week, but I have a few questions I would love some input on.

    1. How do I recruit affiliates? Is just selecting accepting affiliates on the WSO creation page enough or do I need to explore alternative methods?
    Need more alternatives than that. I found you get a lot of affs. signing up here but the majority don't do sh*t. Best to have a Jv Page and contact people through avenues like Facebook and go to some sites like Muncheye
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  • Profile picture of the author Bryan Zazz
    It's all about providing value.
    A video has more perceived value than a PDF.
    But a PDF may be better suited on the WF.
    It all depends on what your product is,
    how big a problem it solves,
    how "in fashion" your product is, ...
    My advice would be: just go for it,
    either way you will gain valuable insight into your niche.
    Just don't expect to make a killing with your 1st WSO.
    These things do tend to take time ... and a ton of luck,
    Hence: best of luck for your 1st WSO !!
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    • Profile picture of the author NilbogKing
      Thanks man for the advice. I'm putting a lot into this one and I'm hoping it pays off. I still haven't decided on pdf or video yet. I'm leaning toward pdf since it is the first one. I'm going to be providing a method that will make people money if they follow the steps without question. I'm hoping some people will jump on board and help me sell it! I'm not looking to make a ton of money. I really just want to share my success with others and help them to do the same!
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  • Profile picture of the author Ged3
    Hi,
    that sounds great - if you have made some money - people will always be interested in purchasing the info product you have.


    If you do not fancy producing one large video or a series of videos, which seems to be the fashion now, you could have a PDF (which I prefer to purchase) and maybe a small video introduction.


    I always value the content rather than the media in which it is in, but as Bryan says a video has more perceived value so that why I mentioned adding a short video, which still gives a good perception of value.


    Just my few cents


    I hope it is successful.


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  • Profile picture of the author Bryan Zazz
    ... and by all means do NOT get discouraged if it takes longer than expected to "make it big" - whatever "big" means for you.

    It WILL take longer than you expect, just enjoy the ride - not only your destination.

    Persevere, persevere, persevere.

    And there is not substitute to hard work.

    ... small specs of wisdom from my own experience
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    This is turning into a pre-launch feel.

    Mark
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