If you were to sell a niche digital product online for over 1000 per sale, what would it be?

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If you were to sell a niche digital product online for over 1000 per sale, what would it be? And why would you go with that niche or product?
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    If I had a product than no matter what the price is I still have to atleast try to sell it because its my niche and my product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Originally Posted by Nina Petrov View Post

    If you were to sell a niche digital product online for over 1000 per sale, what would it be? And why would you go with that niche or product?
    Hypothetical questions tend to attract hypothetical answers. Instead of asking what someone would do, examine what people are actually doing.

    And if you want to create an in-demand, high value product, find a market in which there are customers already buying high-value products or services. Then decide if you can provide enough value to that market.

    But don't be too concerned about the price at the outset. Concentrate on creating a product or service that your market has to have.
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Frank Donovan View Post

      Hypothetical questions tend to attract hypothetical answers. Instead of asking what someone would do, examine what people are actually doing.

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      In all due respect Frank, it may be a question she is asking that is not even "knee deep".

      It could be just for fun. Kind of like those people who sit around all day with beer in hand and talking about how you could make a million dollars with 'this' and 'that'. Just harmless but unproductive day dreaming and shooting the chit
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    As Frank mentioned, make sure there are already $1,000 products (the more different products, the better) being bought and sold everyday so you are sure that money flows freely among these niche prospects.

    One marketplace where this happens is with MMO (make money online). It's extremely competitive and you must have a great product where the value is readily apparent. It would help, also, if you have a great reputation and following in the marketplace already. It would also be good if your product was original and unique so that it couldn't be readily compared with anything else in the marketplace.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    I'd forget selling digital products for over 1000

    They don't sell regularly unless they are complete websites (usually with traffic) or apps.

    The ones that some might say sell are again rarely just products - they include services

    like consultation, call with the "product" creator, mentoring etc.

    I think the OP might have stars in his/her eyes -

    "just sell one and I make a thousand dollars"

    much easier to sell 10 at $99 (even easier to sell 10 subscriptions at $37 a month and make the same over three months and more afterwards)

    For digital products theres no magic in the per sale amount. Its digital you are just selling the same thing over and over
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Since we're being hypothetical here, how's this?

    I'd look for an obscure B2B niche with very specific software needs, then come out with either a software product or SaaS offering that's better than what's already available. I'd also consider adding a zero to the price point.
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    what would your refund policy be for such a product ?


    what would your affiliates refund p olicy be for such a product, if they made a $1000 sale, and you sent them their commission, and then the seller wanted his money back per credit card policy ? how would you get your moeny back from your affiliates ?

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    • Originally Posted by newxxx View Post

      what would your refund policy be for such a product ?


      what would your affiliates refund p olicy be for such a product, if they made a $1000 sale, and you sent them their commission, and then the seller wanted his money back per credit card policy ? how would you get your moeny back from your affiliates ?

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      She would already have to have thousands of dollars in her bank account to begin with to account for situations like this. I get some refunds, but not many, but i always make sure i retain $100 in my Paypal account to account for my $27 product refunds.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    what would your refund policy be for such a product ?


    what would your affiliates refund p olicy be for such a product, if they made a $1000 sale, and you sent them their commission, and then the seller wanted his money back per credit card policy ? how would you get your moeny back from your affiliates ?
    Answers to such questions would be dependent on the payment processor service used - and he terms of service for that processor. The affiliate question would depend on the TOS of the affiliate managing site or your own legal agreement with affiliates.

    I think it's a silly question. If I am going to sell a $1k digital product....it would only be in niche where I have a reputation as an expert. I wouldn't ever be looking 'for a $1k product' - creators of relevant products would be approaching me to see if I'm interested in selling their product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
    Originally Posted by Nina Petrov View Post

    If you were to sell a niche digital product online for over 1000 per sale, what would it be? And why would you go with that niche or product?
    Provide something/information/etc. that is worth more than $1000 in use value. Some time ago Jay Abraham sold an eBook for something like $1000 and everyone was happy to pay that much because the information was worth many thousands to the purchasers' Businesses.

    It definitely can be done ― however most of the time you have to know exactly what you're talking about and/or be an "Expert" in your field.
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  • Nina,

    This is a pretty vague question. Yes you can sell products for over 1000, and in just about an niche. The product or service just needs to be worth that much, or more than that for it to sell. Also at the price point you definitely need to be professional. Everything must be professional, webpages, emails, order page, videos...etc.

    No "Mickey Mousing" it.

    Also, you need to position yourself as an authority in order for people to want to buy from you. Maybe this could be an upsell after you have proven your value with a lower priced product.

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    Originally Posted by Nina Petrov View Post

    If you were to sell a niche digital product online for over 1000 per sale, what would it be? And why would you go with that niche or product?
    Digital Unicorns, of course. The reasons should be obvious.

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  • Originally Posted by Nina Petrov View Post

    If you were to sell a niche digital product online for over 1000 per sale, what would it be? And why would you go with that niche or product?
    Ah the lovely what ifs these are the type of threads for dreamers or marketers who can't make it on the IM front so they go down the what If path

    And they think that marketers who do hard work will tell them the plan so they can make money but forget the one thing ACTION with out that I guess what If!!
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  • A multi-course product that offers a step by step tutorial in a certain niche. Spread across 100 volumes.
    Combined with insider evidence and all sorts of secret access to all the underground groups in that niche.

    That I would say is worth $1000
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  • Profile picture of the author jbsmith
    Lots of options:

    - Affiliate products moving into drop-ship from overseas (once proven) such as exercise equipment, espresso makers (where high end is well over $1K), robo vacuums worked well for us in the past - even though this is NOT my main business, we have created some sites around these markets and done very well

    - software, a little tricky to get right on the front-end (demand, specs, etc...) so good to be involved and working with couple of lead prospects in your market - also have done well with this in the past, though you MUST want to run a software business which means scaling your team even though you can start by outsourcing - eventually you want this to be your own team as things pick up

    - digital products, the >$1K products are typically a product in your portfolio that brings extra value through personal/group coaching, membership system with drip/ongoing content or group seminars or events (which can then be turned into evergreen >$1K products once recorded
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  • Profile picture of the author myob
    There really are affiliate products being sold with 4 digit commissions. For example, I've have great success selling Grant Cardone's training programs, seminar videos, and live events. But sales at this level is seldom achieved by using a monolithic marketing approach. It generally requires multiple communication channels including email, social media, telemarketing, direct mail, and even face-to-face sales with systematic followup and drip funnels.
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    Nah! They go for $599.97 only. Too cheap for her. Maybe she should go for wedding rings on Amazon.com. This one
    0.75Cts Green Diamond Necklace Set in 18K White Gold


    goes for over 200k. Even Amazon's low commission cannot stop you from becoming a billionaire in no time flat with those!



    Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

    Digital Unicorns, of course. The reasons should be obvious.

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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
    My own training program, because the margin would allow me to grow faster by reinvesting in paid traffic.

    $1000 is not much (although it is here on this forum, but the outside world is a different place). Provide an effective solution to a specific group of people and you can easily make this offer. Eg. Copywriting that sells for real estate agents...or Sales training for manufacturer's reps.
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  • Profile picture of the author snehil kamal
    Its difficult to sell digital products for 1000$. Better is to sell a 100$ digital product and create a upsell product chain. You loyal customers would love to buy everything if your initial product adds value
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    • Profile picture of the author Qamar
      Originally Posted by snehil kamal View Post

      Its difficult to sell digital products for 1000$. Better is to sell a 100$ digital product and create a upsell product chain. You loyal customers would love to buy everything if your initial product adds value

      This is bad advice. If you can provide real value, life changing experience and help customers become the better version of themselves, you can sell $2000 - $10000 quite easily. If only u stop projecting yourself on your customers.

      Doesnt mean you wont buy what u are selling, it doesnt mean other people wont.
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    This post might be an ice breaker or just for fun? I would sell - e-cigarettes or wood sunglasses
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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    If you are selling a product for $1000 it would have to be a high quality tangible item. No one is going to pay $1000 for some ebook etc. Focus on selling quality at a fair price and you will make a lot of money.
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      Originally Posted by faisalmaximus View Post

      Of course it would be something like Advanced SEO Tutorial.
      Of course, because we all know that an Advanced SEO Tutorial is worth at least $1000.
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        Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

        Of course, because we all know that an Advanced SEO Tutorial is worth at least $1000.
        Providing that the information is reliable/up-to-date/etc ... Then yeah, an Advanced SEO Course could sell for that much that. Why? Because it could potentially bring the Customers many times that much.

        That's not to say it wouldn't take a great deal of time and effort to sell it though.
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          Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

          Providing that the information is reliable/up-to-date/etc.
          Yeah. That!
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            Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

            Yeah. That!
            Well it applies to many Markets: Especially with Search Engine Optimization.
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  • Profile picture of the author Enfusia
    I'm glad I see so many people here saying that it's hard, difficult or impossible to sell digital products at $1k.

    This means they won't be competing with my product that sells for $1,997

    I'm redoing it at the moment because I found a newer, better way to do some of the processes that didn't exist when I first wrote it.
    But, when I put it through a launch cycle it does very well.

    My tripwire at $47 sells at about 4.3% of my list traffic that is going through it's launch sequence (depending on the traffic origin source). The larger product sells at about .5%.

    My continuity product is not ready yet, but will most likley be at only $47 per month. I might test it at $97 and see how that goes too.

    Here's the thing.

    $1,000 products are not high ticket out in the real world.

    Here, where you're conditioned to see $7 WSO's, you about pinch a loaf if someone has a $47 WSO.

    But then you complain about what you get for $7.

    Sorry, but that's silly.

    I've been asked to do a WSO. I said no for the above reasons and the chronic refunders.

    It's not a good use of my time.

    But, thinking that you can't sell medium ticket items in the $997 to $2,997 range is just your belief system, and has nothing to do with reality, thank god.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      The confusion arises out of the fact that there is an SEO course called Advanced SEO Tutorial that is being sold for over $1k. But it is not known. So, saying 'of course' when talking about that particular (but not widely known) course could, reasonably, get the 'of course' questioned. I did not take it to be about the price but about the fact that Advanced SEO Tutorial is not known.

      You must have a lot more patience than most, to sell an SEO course! At least, more than me.

      Originally Posted by Enfusia View Post

      I'm glad I see so many people here saying that it's hard, difficult or impossible to sell digital products at $1k.

      This means they won't be competing with my product that sells for $1,997

      I'm redoing it at the moment because I found a newer, better way to do some of the processes that didn't exist when I first wrote it.
      But, when I put it through a launch cycle it does very well.

      My tripwire at $47 sells at about 4.3% of my list traffic that is going through it's launch sequence (depending on the traffic origin source). The larger product sells at about .5%.

      My continuity product is not ready yet, but will most likley be at only $47 per month. I might test it at $97 and see how that goes too.

      Here's the thing.

      $1,000 products are not high ticket out in the real world.

      Here, where you're conditioned to see $7 WSO's, you about pinch a loaf if someone has a $47 WSO.

      But then you complain about what you get for $7.

      Sorry, but that's silly.

      I've been asked to do a WSO. I said no for the above reasons and the chronic refunders.

      It's not a good use of my time.

      But, thinking that you can't sell medium ticket items in the $997 to $2,997 range is just your belief system, and has nothing to do with reality, thank god.
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      • Originally Posted by DABK View Post

        The confusion arises out of the fact that there is an SEO course called Advanced SEO Tutorial that is being sold for over $1k. But it is not known. So, saying 'of course' when talking about that particular (but not widely known) course could, reasonably, get the 'of course' questioned. I did not take it to be about the price but about the fact that Advanced SEO Tutorial is not known.

        You must have a lot more patience than most, to sell an SEO course! At least, more than me.
        Hey D

        Where in the OPs post does it say what you have written or are you replying to the post of the one that hijack the thread for their own promotion?

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          Not the OP. Post 24.

          Originally Posted by Regional Warrior View Post

          Hey D

          Where in the OPs post does it say what you have written or are you replying to the post of the one that hijack the thread for their own promotion?

          Jason
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  • Profile picture of the author PPG19
    A training program could cost even more than 1000$. For example Neil Patel is selling his training program for 2000+$. The problem is you are not Neil Patel
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    People sell products that earns them $1,000 and all the way up to $5,000 per sale.

    Most of these products they have to own before they can earn those types of commissions.

    So they pay first, they own it, and then sell to others.
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  • Profile picture of the author Barrellofmoney
    I think people missed the question. The question was what would it be.

    My answer is a high quality training course that actually gets results
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  • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
    Originally Posted by Nina Petrov View Post

    If you were to sell a niche digital product online for over 1000 per sale, what would it be? And why would you go with that niche or product?
    Biz-Op (Business Opportunity) is an Evergreen niche, has been sold for over 150 years continuously. #1 product of all time.

    There is a never ending parade of people who want to start and be the boss of their own business. 1500 dollars is considered CHEAP, very low cost in this niche. A 1500 buck digital product has a 1k profit built in.

    A very good niche is to offer a MARKETING Plan or new marketing option to existing businesses.

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  • Profile picture of the author roboutet
    I will invite you to ask yourself the following question instead: " How can I deliver more than $1000 in VALUE, so that a $1000 price tag seems like a bargain. Why would someone pay that or anything for your product/service/. How are you saving them money, making them money, saving them time/ shortening their learning curve, etc. Your audience needs to feel that you are solving a problem for them that is worth more than $1000. I also think that you need to be passionate about it so that your enthusiasm and energy come through in your product, marketing, etc. Obviously as part of your market research you first must clearly identify and target potential users that can afford and have the ability to pay for your product because it is so relevant to them. At that price point I would also make sure that the quality and uniqueness of your product are clearly communicated. There are many cathegories to choose from. I personally like educational products.

    Good luck and happy holidays!
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  • Profile picture of the author joed777
    In all seriousness, no one in their right mind is going to give away their solid money making idea when they can pursue it themselves to make $1,000 per sale. What are you thinking with this question :-)???? Seriously???
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      Yet, some people already did it. Seriously. Read the posts above yours.
      Because good ideas are a dime a dozen.

      I'd have suggested GKIC (Dan Kennedy), but their most expensive product is a few dollar shy of $3000 and the commissions are 20-40% only, so no guarantee you make $1,000 per sale (though you come close).

      The OP wanted to know what can be sold as an affiliate that would make 1000/sale. Most people came up with a marketing / business growth program as a response.

      You could, of course, find other things.... You could become an affiliate to a company that sells expensive jewelry. Or farming equipment. Or many other things.

      Where people failed is in the OP's second question: Why? Why that niche or product?

      Me, I'd go with marketing products because I like marketing and understand it and don't see the demand going down. I would not do farm equipment or jewelry because I'd need to learn a lot about those things to be able to persuade.

      I understand weight loss, bodybuilding, exercising too. I have persuaded and can persuade. But to make good money, I'd need to deal with more people than I care to.

      Back to good ideas are a dime a dozen:
      Even on this forum, there were people who gave, step-by-step methods they employed that made them money. I read them and did not implement because I was busy with my own. But there were people who were broke (according to them) who posted comments (questions, for the most part), who ended up not implementing. The reasons varied, some were as idiotic as: I can't afford a website.

      Yes, other times people bought a course, copied everything and flooded the system... But most people don't take actions on good ideas... Including me. I've had a bunch of them by 7AM today. Have good ideas every day.



      Originally Posted by joed777 View Post

      In all seriousness, no one in their right mind is going to give away their solid money making idea when they can pursue it themselves to make $1,000 per sale. What are you thinking with this question :-)???? Seriously???
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  • Profile picture of the author ezjob
    Most people who buy $1000 products have bought a lower priced product and continually increased buying higher-priced digital products that are emailed to them.

    They've been pre-sold by a sales funnel or emails.
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  • Profile picture of the author Qamar
    I help entrepreneurs closed their high ticket products/programs that cost USD2500 to USD10,000 with ease over the phone. My point is USD1,000 is not expensive in the real marketing world. In fact they are common price point. Most marketers are conditioned to sell low ticket items because they thought only the elites could do that. This actually far from the truth. If you can provide REAL LIFE VALUE to your customers than this is not impossible for you to be doing too.

    There are tons of people selling way higher than that price point to the higher end market which always exist in every niche you can think of. If you know how to target these good buyers, you will know that 6 and 7 figures income do actually exist and its not that hard to achieve them.
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