I need some help I'm about to launch my product.

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I want someone to help me a bit, with my product launch what are my options? I would like to know if there's a way to have a business partner and split profits.

I was following the teachings of several books - that's kind of the thing I was building. I'm, not a very experienced marketer but I have read many textbooks (but my focus was a business like the ones of the 3 books I said). I have a lot of hours invested in this project, I have a website, 15 blog posts, I bought an email sequence, I have done keyword research, I have my marketing strategy and keyword strategy, I know my ideal customer, I have a lead magnet I made...

Now that I close to seeing what is going to happen I'm getting a bit blocked, I would like to get somebody to help me pull the trigger and end whatever tasks are left for this to work. I know myself and finishing is a weakness of mine, sometimes I can leave something without finishing just to not see what's on the other side...

What are my options? is possible to get someone and give him a commission to help me on what is left, or is hiring a freelancer the only option, and if it is how can I be sure I pick someone who is going to do great?
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Reach out to bloggers and social media influencers in your niche and get them in on the launch

    Alternatively, you can launch using IM platforms (these are obvious so I won't name them) where affiliates push your launched product
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  • Profile picture of the author Monetize
    Originally Posted by Amin Boulabaim View Post

    I want someone to help me a bit, with my product launch what are my options? I would like to know if there's a way to have a business partner and split profits.

    I was following the teachings of several books - that's kind of the thing I was building. I'm, not a very experienced marketer but I have read many textbooks (but my focus was a business like the ones of the 3 books I said). I have a lot of hours invested in this project, I have a website, 15 blog posts, I bought an email sequence, I have done keyword research, I have my marketing strategy and keyword strategy, I know my ideal customer, I have a lead magnet I made...

    Now that I close to seeing what is going to happen I'm getting a bit blocked, I would like to get somebody to help me pull the trigger and end whatever tasks are left for this to work. I know myself and finishing is a weakness of mine, sometimes I can leave something without finishing just to not see what's on the other side...

    What are my options? is possible to get someone and give him a commission to help me on what is left, or is hiring a freelancer the only option, and if it is how can I be sure I pick someone who is going to do great?

    The uncertainty and self-doubt that you are experiencing
    is normal. Remember that everyone starts somewhere.
    Take a break to get centered, gather your thoughts, work
    through any perceived problems, organize your efforts and
    continue to plan your launch. If you need help finishing some
    of your tasks then hire a freelancer, but you probably do not
    need a partner for this or anything else. You will do great
    things all by yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Profit Traveler
    Congrats on seeing the big picture and setting out to launch a full funnel.

    Try to connect with someone with an audience unless you have alot of budget for paid.

    You should be thinking brand. Social profiles all in harmony and each social platform has a different mode of attack and this is what guides our next steps.

    Is it something you would have your own affiliates for?

    You really have to ask the people you think would benefit to have complimentary access and you tell them your intended price point and ask them plainly would they have purchased it from your funnel.

    Those books will not answer that for you my friend but you are on the right track for sure.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
    Originally Posted by Amin Boulabaim View Post

    I want someone to help me a bit, with my product launch what are my options? I would like to know if there's a way to have a business partner and split profits.

    I was following the teachings of several books - that's kind of the thing I was building. I'm, not a very experienced marketer but I have read many textbooks (but my focus was a business like the ones of the 3 books I said). I have a lot of hours invested in this project, I have a website, 15 blog posts, I bought an email sequence, I have done keyword research, I have my marketing strategy and keyword strategy, I know my ideal customer, I have a lead magnet I made...

    Now that I close to seeing what is going to happen I'm getting a bit blocked, I would like to get somebody to help me pull the trigger and end whatever tasks are left for this to work. I know myself and finishing is a weakness of mine, sometimes I can leave something without finishing just to not see what's on the other side...

    What are my options? is possible to get someone and give him a commission to help me on what is left, or is hiring a freelancer the only option, and if it is how can I be sure I pick someone who is going to do great?
    You need two things to make money: Traffic and Conversion.

    You have a product.

    You have some of the Conversion stuff... the website, the email sequence, the lead magnet.

    You have some of the Traffic stuff... the keywords, ideal customer... and now you need to find a consistent source of traffic: people coming to look at your offer.

    You can make this traffic source, or you can buy it.

    Some people will offer you a magic bullet software. Likely won't work.

    Some will try to sell you ads. You'll probably end up training them on your dime.

    Finding someone who already has a buyers list, separated the wheat from the chaff, and making an agreement with them, is likely your best bet. Separating buyers from freebie seekers is very important, and expensive work. Avoiding this work is well worth the affiliate commission you'll pay them, both in the time they save and the aggravation you don't have to go through. You'd pay that commission in some way. A lot of people believe that because they don't see money going out in dollars and sense that time spent developing their own funnel has zero cost. But there is always a cost.

    Controlling your own funnel is a great thing. But it's neither fast nor cheap.
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  • Profile picture of the author samsabir
    The uncertainty you are feeling is normal in this situation.You need to focus on creating quality content and blogs besides focusing on your social media strategy
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  • Profile picture of the author oppyeaunome
    Find influential people and make friends with them and then get them in on the launch. You can utilize the power of their audience. Provide them with value first before asking for something in return. This is what a lot of people get wrong they think about what they want and not what the other person wants.

    Social media groups, forums and just all of the other places where the type of people who would be interested in your type of content would hang out. Find out where they are and just be there providing value.

    Over time people will start to notice and pay more attention to what you have to say. Build up your rep and when the time is right make an offer to them.

    As with anything in your life you're going to be scared to reach out in the beginning, but just do it. In the end you won't regret taking action.

    There is no failure just learning. When you start thinking like this you will start to do more in less time.
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