my first and full product?

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Hi

I just realized something yesterday. Or maybe it was today, I don't remember. What I realized is that I am now making money online. I know exactly what I'm doing, and I know that everyone would be able to duplicate it.
I am really shy about making my own info product though. I kind of thing that this whole thing is too simple to take money for.

Do You ever get such moments, when you know something is good, but you think it's the easy to actually sell it?

What are your thoughts?

Sebastian

PS: no. I am not trying to make a sales pitch, I am really kinda shaky about it.
#full #product
  • Profile picture of the author Dan Ambrose
    there are so many duplicated products out there. Some are so easy that the person kicks themself when they buy it...so I say you go for it!

    I would also like to add that if the money making method is SOOO easy, I would either

    1) sell it for something small ($7?)

    OR...

    2) Give the method away for free to build up a subcriber base for any future promotions you have.

    The benefit of #2 is that you won't get any refund requests and you could easily build a 10,000 strong list where you could market an affiliate product and make a high income through that.

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  • Profile picture of the author MeTellYou
    see, what a mean by shy is not embarrassed. I mean I know this information is great, I just don't want to promote it (WSO) and then have you guys just say "we all knew that already"... you know what I mean?
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    • Profile picture of the author ggross
      Then if you plan on making it a WSO, just say that it is for newbies & that more experienced Warriors might already know this method.

      The one thing that I have found is that I buy a lot of stuff for newbies, & actually find methods that I have never heard of before.

      Originally Posted by MeTellYou View Post

      see, what a mean by shy is not embarrassed. I mean I know this information is great, I just don't want to promote it (WSO) and then have you guys just say "we all knew that already"... you know what I mean?
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      • Profile picture of the author naruq
        Congratulations to you MeTellYou! Keep up the excellent work! Remember to invest some of your profits back into more marketing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Warrior Simon
      Originally Posted by MeTellYou View Post

      ...and then have you guys just say "we all knew that already"... you know what I mean?
      I once asked my coach a similar question and he said something like 'there will always be people who know less than you'. Those you can teach and they will appreciate it. This thought encouraged me a lot to make my own product with self-confidence. I just don't like to act as a 'guru' when I'm not.
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    • Profile picture of the author Keith Kogane
      Originally Posted by MeTellYou View Post

      see, what a mean by shy is not embarrassed. I mean I know this information is great, I just don't want to promote it (WSO) and then have you guys just say "we all knew that already"... you know what I mean?
      As long as you're straight in your marketing, and straight with the details of your product, only the people who will get a value from it will buy it. And if you've represented it correctly, you'll have happy customers.

      Remember, the reason experience is important to the customer when selling information is because they don't just buy the info, they buy the results by proxy. They aren't buying speculation, they're buying a solution. And there's consolation in that by itself.

      Even if they never use it, there's satisfaction in simply owning the solution.

      Does that make sense?

      How many guys have garages full of power tools in a house that's falling apart?
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      • Hi Sebastian
        The fact that you KNOW that your method makes money should come
        across loud and clear in your marketing efforts.
        And you never know... your product or method may be the
        "a-hah" moment for one or more Junior warriors (or senior) here
        and could make a real difference in someone's life.

        Also, the idea of using a pen name (or more than one) is a
        very good idea.

        Cheers,
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  • Profile picture of the author Harry Spencer
    I've recently been putting the finishing touches to my first product its a guide about Resell Rights and I know a lot of Marketers know this subject well but I've completed the product because it is the area of IM I know best. I've had many concerns about getting Resell Profits online but I knew I had to get a product out sometime if I want to make it.

    Got for it and Good Luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author athena08
    I think Gary's response is the best. Let the experienced marketers know that your product is geared towards newbies so that is they feel they know enough about your product's topic they won't buy it and you won't have to deal with refunds.

    People relate to people in different ways so it is entirely possible that your way of presenting the information may appeal to some where other's products didn't so don't let anything stop you.

    Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ben_Curtis
    Good advice above. I particularly like MM365's idea of building a list with it. The profits that way will outpace any short term profits, I'm pretty sure.
    Best,
    Ben
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  • Profile picture of the author George Wright
    Hi,

    Here is what many do. PM a few Warriors you trust with an offer to give them a review copy of your product. You will get honest feedback and if it is really that good you will get good reviews.

    If the response isn't as good as you wished for you will be able to improve your product based on the reviews.

    As far as people knowing about it already. I've never seen an info product that was completely new. Just tweaks and twits to methods that have been around forever. Don't worry too much about it. Move forward.

    George Wright
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