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Hi, kind of still new to this forum and want to contribute to it asap!


does anyone know how to create a WSO and how much does it cost? :confused:
#cost of wso #create #wso
  • Profile picture of the author Oliver Williams
    You can research a particular area and create a product based on your research. People I believe want actionable and easy to follow step by step type blueprints. Look for ways that that will make IM easier or provide a convenience or benefit for IMs that they can use and implement and put together a product around that benefit. It will cost $40 to list a WSO in the WSO section. If you are still new you it might take you some time to learn how to create WSOs

    Hope this helps

    Ps the war room membership is well worth the money if you wish to learn more
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  • Profile picture of the author Arroway
    Hey madzstar,

    A WSO should provide value and experience, so people actually have something that's useful to them. I suggest you start making money by other means first before trying to teach somebody - especially if you find it difficult to find out what it costs to create and list a WSO, let alone how to make it.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Ogbin
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Barnett
    Hi Madzstar

    As others have suggested, you need to have a good product that solves a problem.

    ...and you may already have that but just be new to this forum.

    In all honesty, setting up a WSO is not hard to do, but doing it in a way that will make you money is the real question!

    But yeah, basically you just need to go to the WSO section, post your sales page in there and before it's published you need to pay $40 for the thread. to go live.

    But that's not really the hard part. The hard part is having a good product, having a good sales page, getting a JV solution such as WSO Pro in place and recruiting affiliates to drive a lot of traffic...

    Drop me a pm if you have a product ready to go but are just looking for guidance on how to do the other bits on here. I may be able to help you with the launch...
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    You have basically asked the question.. "How do I create a product?"

    A WSO is just a product at the end of the day... just with a special price.

    I noticed you said you are new to the forum and want to contribute to it asap.

    Selling a product to the forum is not necessarily contributing. It might be contributing to YOUR bottom line. Joining in discussions and offering your advice and opinions around the forum is what I consider contributing to the forum.

    Besides... if you are asking the question of how to create a product then maybe it's a little too early to be teaching others?

    There are some people who sell tools rather than knowledge but you do still need a basic understanding of things to do that.
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    • Profile picture of the author salegurus
      Originally Posted by WillR View Post

      I noticed you said you are new to the forum and want to contribute to it asap.

      Selling a product to the forum is not necessarily contributing. It might be contributing to YOUR bottom line. Joining in discussions and offering your advice and opinions around the forum is what I consider contributing to the forum.

      Besides... if you are asking the question of how to create a product then maybe it's a little too early to be teaching others?
      WillR is right selling a WSO for profit is not really contributing to the forum...

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      • Profile picture of the author WillR
        Originally Posted by salegurus View Post

        WillR is right selling a WSO for profit is not really contributing to the forum...
        I want to add to that statement because it's not entirely true. If you maybe have a product or a tool that is going to save people a whole heap of time then yes, you might be contributing to the forum and it's members even whilst profiting at the same time.

        But definitely just join in the forum and start contributing by being an active member.
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  • Profile picture of the author revstan
    That depends on how much you wanna spend on your own labor. Could you place your question more clearly?

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  • Originally Posted by madzstar View Post

    Hi, kind of still new to this forum and want to contribute to it asap!


    does anyone know how to create a WSO and how much does it cost? :confused:
    It depends entirely on what you want to create. It could be a video course, audio course, e-book, or all of them together.
    It doesn't cost me much as I do most of the work myself.
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    • Profile picture of the author kannan
      I agree with the opinions of the experienced marketers. When you become successful in some money making method then you can easily make a WSO.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kay King
        Read ALL of the stickies at the top of the WSO section before you even think about running a WSO.

        Join the War Room ($37) - it's a requirement for running a WSO. (not sure if that's in the rules or not)

        $40 to post a WSO - if you are asking that, you haven't read the rule stickies yet
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  • Profile picture of the author savvybizbuilder
    See if you can come up with good product that can help fellow IM'ers.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    You need to have a great idea for a product to sell ... something that you create yourself. Not from a PLR or MRR product.

    After you create the great product, you join the War Room ($37 one time fee). You'll need to write your sales page for the WSO and have an autoresponder if you are going to capture emails. If you're offering some bonuses too, you'll need those in place.

    You'll need a payment/delivery system. I use DLGuard. Others use Warrior Plus or JV Zoo (an additional fee of $19 and $17 respectively).

    Then you can list a WSO. Listing the WSO costs $40 and it will remain on the front page for 6-8 hours. When it reaches the third page, you can bump it back to the first page for an additional $40.
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  • Profile picture of the author WhiteDove
    Go out on a mission and find out what people are talking about to get product ideas on the main forum. What problems are they facing, sell the solution. you can consolidate different products ideas, find the best 5 ways to... how to get 100's subscribers quickly.
    Put yourself in their shoes, pick something you struggle with.
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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    Originally Posted by madzstar View Post

    does anyone know how to create a WSO and how much does it cost? :confused:
    First, you create a product or service that is good and worthwhile and makes people happy when they buy it.

    Now you just have to make that into a Warrior Special Offer.

    The Warrior part is where you join the War Room which is $37.

    The Special part is where you take the price you charge people for it, and you make it lower.

    And the Offer part is where you go buy a $40 thread in the WSO forum to advertise it here.

    You will, of course, still need some way to accept payment and make delivery. But that is done somewhere else, using any facility you like from DigiResults to RAP to WSO Pro to MooshPay to JVZoo to DLGuard to E-Junkie to... well, whatever.
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  • Profile picture of the author martworld
    Learn the basics first; before even thinking to run WSO. It's not that easy.
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  • Profile picture of the author sammib01
    Thanks for all the tips. I am looking to do my first WSO.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
    I was just looking through the WF Classified section and noticed that Ross Cohen posted a free e-book with tips about making a WSO. I wish I would've had it before I started mine a few weeks ago. Take a look if you're interested:

    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...s-go-boom.html

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