by WF- Enzo Administrator
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How would you promote your new product?
#answers #wrong
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  • Profile picture of the author savidge4
    Originally Posted by rapidworks View Post

    Product marketing is best way for promote new product. Online or Offline
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    You asked for "wrong Answers Only" and first post out of the box... DING DING DING... not only a wrong answer but about as many wrong things that could be done on this forum

    Love this place!!!

    And apparently the ANSWER that was not so given above would be to post links in any and all kinds of places that have no reference to what it is you are actually selling or providing.
    Success is an ACT not an idea
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  • Profile picture of the author Serene Carmen
    Door to door? Does anyone still do this?
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  • By looking at what everyone else is doing, and copying them.
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  • Profile picture of the author tnob
    How would you promote your new product?
    Spend at least 1 year (minimum) deciding what method to use, what info products to buy and use, and asking Warriors their thoughts. Make sure you plan out every step before taking any real action. Don't start until you are 100% sure that you have everything figured out.
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  • Profile picture of the author CyberSEO
    Originally Posted by WF- Enzo View Post

    How would you promote your new product?
    Will make it private and super exclusive... like Clubhouse
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  • Profile picture of the author Odahh
    so can we use the other definition of wrong as the default seems incorrect ..

    but what about if you default to the wrong of" if it sucks and cost more than 500$, ill sell it to you" Claude

    or for the biz op im products .."forget the mansions and Ferraris or lambos ..follow my course and you will not only be able to move out of your parents house can have more than enough to move to many nice cities around the world rent a nice apartment. And have beautiful woman competing to get in your bed"
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  • Profile picture of the author Lady Rostov
    spam would be a good strategy
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  • Profile picture of the author TobiMDD
    That's easy.

    At first I start a youtube channel, publish a few videos and heavily promote the new product, then get slightly demotivated because nobody cares.

    As a result I buy a course about pinterest traffic and start pinning for a week until I see a strategy about how good facebook is for getting traffic.

    I immediately start this strategy. Three days later I get in panic because I see no results and think to myself I should not miss out on huge platforms like Instagram and Twitter.

    I create the missing accounts on these platforms and share my posts to all of them and handle them all at once.

    I get no sales after 2 weeks so I guess it's time to promote another product. I find two opportunities which are great so I promote both of them and post links on all of my social media accounts.

    I have to handle 5 places to get traffic right now, that feels quite overwhelming, I stop doing anything for about 4 weeks and search on youtube how to get traffic.

    I see a strategy about how to get traffic on quora which looks great so I try this and answer those questions to promote my links. I have 3 different products now and can promote them all at once there.

    I answered 50 questions within one day.

    Next morning, no results. I am not stupid so I know its time to invest into my business. Therefore I watch review videos about traffic softwares on youtube and buy them.

    Wuhuuu I found a software which enables me to post my links to all of my social media channels automatically.

    Well, still no results even though I'm doing it for over 2 months now and investing over $2000.

    Internet - and affiliate marketing clearly doesn't work in 2021 and everyone is a liar.
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  • Profile picture of the author nolok756962
    I can help you regarding
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  • Profile picture of the author bdover
    Originally Posted by WF- Enzo View Post

    How would you promote your new product?
    1. Start with convincing family and friends
    2. Develop web site
    3. Find solid investors
    4. Get in touch with local media, print flyers
    5. Open kiosk in local shopping center
    6. Make enough money to pay for SEO
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  • Originally Posted by Serene Carmen View Post

    Door to door? Does anyone still do this?
    Originally Posted by Declan O Flaherty View Post

    By looking at what everyone else is doing, and copying them.
    Back in the day, I dated an alchemist.

    An' I know what you thinkin' here ...

    bcs it is precisely the same thing I thought.

    "Where is the magic in door to door? I was kinda hopin' for lead to gold."

    He said that was real advanced stuff, an' the generation of instantaneous doppelgangers was the way to bulk up your alchemical knowhow -- same as anywan pumps thusselves fulla steroids grows veins an' arteries way thicker than the muscles they servin'.

    "So can I mebbe get a bettah door? Don't gotta be WAY better ... jus' a weensie improvement to warrant the miracle of alchemy bein' worth sum kinda shit?"

    Now he gaht serious, an' said how changin' a door into a weensily bettah door was no diffrent to changin' lead into gold (from a purely transformational perspective).

    That is when I smacked him in the chops.

    "A less hostile version of Moi is no longer available, even if Gandalf shows."

    (I will naht repeat here the "joke" about Gandalf's non-alchemist status.)

    Why would any alchemist magic a DOOR to EXACTLY THE SAME DOOR on any kinda promise?

    I would wanna see sparky an' flux always.

    Othahwise, we all be openin' up an' walkin' through zackly the same doors.

    I believe this is called a labyrinth.

    Lightin' fuses is for blowin' stuff togethah.

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  • Profile picture of the author CashTek739
    Test the market first. See if anyone is interested in your product.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
      Originally Posted by CashTek739 View Post

      Test the market first. See if anyone is interested in your product.
      I would agree with CashTek: Wrong answer= "Create a product or service that People don't actually want or need." Many People kind of fall in love with their products -- and while there's nothing wrong with that necessarily ― if People don't want to buy what they're selling, then it can kind of be a waste of time.

      A tip I learned from Frank Kern is that if you want to create a great info product, then ask People/your Market about their most important fears, concerns, and desires then provide them with the information to help them with that. That process doesn't apply to everything online, however I thought I would include it as a principle that may be helpful.

      For example, when you really know what your Market/Niche wants, you can create Ads/Advertising that really appeals to them.
      "Each problem has hidden in it an opportunity so powerful that it literally dwarfs the problem. The greatest success stories were created by people who recognized a problem and turned it into an opportunity."―Joseph Sugarman
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  • Profile picture of the author superowid
    Bulk messages
    Adult forum classified ads

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  • Profile picture of the author Diego Aguirre
    By partnering with another product owner and offering mine as a free bonus... wrong answer only.
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  • Profile picture of the author Giftsheep
    Send bulk emails to a list of 100,000 USA EMAILS ONLY FOR $5,99 exclusively on Fiverr
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  • Profile picture of the author CruxisKnight
    I would use solo ads driving them straight to an affiliate link, just gotta be careful the traffic source is legit though
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  • Profile picture of the author gm777
    My wrong answer - "hope marketing"
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  • Waiting for people to come to me and ask about my products .... LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author Bkelly301
    Spend 95% of the time building the product, and 5% marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aryana Altaha
    Originally Posted by WF- Enzo View Post

    How would you promote your new product?
    Hmmm....wrong answers only...putting only your affiliate link on social media
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew North
    Spend massive amounts of money on product development, marketing, and a sales team before checking if people actually want what you're selling. Live in a pipedream where 'my business is growing; just look at how much work I'm doing!' but no sales are coming in. Ignore the feedback from your frontline and pivot to something equally as worthless as your first product, then overpay your staff when the company is losing money. -t many failed startups

    you cant hold no groove if you ain't got no pocket.

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  • Profile picture of the author nolok756962
    Tell your client door to door.
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