Would you share your methods?

by Scott Ames 10 replies
Lets say you were making $1 million a year online. Would you create an info product detailing exactly how you do it or would you just keep quiet and continue with what you were doing?
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  • Profile picture of the author callmestrip
    keep quiet
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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Bruno
      I would provide that information to my higher end clients that pay for coaching and training.

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  • Profile picture of the author Dana_W
    That depends entirely on whether revealing your methods will cost YOU money and sales. If so - no. That's why a lot of people, myself included, tend to be close to the vest about what affiliate products sell well for them. I'll talk about my methods in general terms, but I won't create more competition for myself.
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    • Profile picture of the author MaskedMarketer
      There are a lot of variables involved, so its hard to say.

      I'm sure everyone has a price- but can you get people to pay it?
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      • Profile picture of the author Scott Ames
        I don't think I would. It makes me wonder why people do. It also makes me wonder if their claims of making so much per year are simply not true.

        In the case of Eban Pagan and the like I can understand. They are building yet another lucrative business and what they teach won't take away from what they do. There is pride in helping others and teaching what you know.

        In other cases it seems revealing all would simply but a strain on their main business. Back when Adsense was new some were quietly making gobs of money. Only when it was almost at an end did they put something out to reveal their secrets. At least that's how it seemed. They didn't let anyone in on it right away.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Raybould
    No i don't think I would either to be honest.

    I guess it all depends, there are a lot of variables.

    I'd like to say that I would share the secrets if it wouldn't create any extra competition etc, but i think I'd probably be far too busy enjoying my income to be taking on extra project lol.

    Good question though...

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  • Profile picture of the author erinwrites
    I don't know if I would detail my exact methods, but I would certainly share some of them...probably for a small fee
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  • Profile picture of the author scotl47
    Yes, and am working on it. Like was mentioned above, most people will never follow through. Most niches are so swamped that they would not hurt my biz. And if you really share, with out any greed factor, you may find some great JV partners that can expand your market, your ideas, your whole scope of income possibilities, and really get into some wealth.
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