What sells best on WSO?

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  • Profile picture of the author mosthost
    Originally Posted by Yoobiz247 View Post

    Please I need some advice here thank you?
    Large fake income claims and push-button auto-magic rankings software. You can't miss with those

    Your best bet is to tie two trends together. I.E., a 'hot new program' to spam Pinterest or whatever site is popular this month.
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    • Originally Posted by mosthost View Post

      Large fake income claims and push-button auto-magic rankings software. You can't miss with those

      Your best bet is to tie two trends together. I.E., a 'hot new program' to spam Pinterest or whatever site is popular this month.
      lol...


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      Originally Posted by mosthost View Post

      Large fake income claims and push-button auto-magic rankings software. You can't miss with those
      Don't forget words like, "SHOCKING" in the ad copy and phrases like, "NO BRAINER," and "NO WORK REQUIRED."
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  • Profile picture of the author Viramara
    Look for in free ebook thread "make money online" subforum, there's once a statistic on what WSO sells the best and included in WSO of the Day, mainly :
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by Yoobiz247 View Post

    What sells best on WSO?
    Products from well-established, well-known, respected Warriors. Compared with those WSO's, overall sales of anything else tend to be far lower. It's not mostly about "what the product-type is", in other words: it's mostly about "who the vendor is".

    The idea of a WSO is to make available for forum members at a discount (that's where the "special offer" part comes into it) products which are already selling successfully elsewhere.

    The forum is a community. People interact and get to know, recognise and respect each other.

    Selling here ought to be an afterthought to participating and contributing.

    I've never offered a WSO, myself, but I've observed enough to have worked out that members looking at it from the "What can I sell here to make a profit?" perspective typically don't do well. At all. There are reasons for that.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andreas Quintana
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      Products from well-established, well-known, respected Warriors. Compared with those WSO's, overall sales of anything else tend to be far lower. It's not mostly about "what the product-type is", in other words: it's mostly about "who the vendor is".

      The idea of a WSO is to make available for forum members at a discount (that's where the "special offer" part comes into it) products which are already selling successfully elsewhere.

      The forum is a community. People interact and get to know, recognise and respect each other.

      Selling here ought to be an afterthought to participating and contributing.

      I've never offered a WSO, myself, but I've observed enough to have worked out that members looking at it from the "What can I sell here to make a profit?" perspective typically don't do well. At all. There are reasons for that.


      That seems to be true for the most part, but I know some exceptions to the rule that have sold 1000+ copies on their first ever launch.
      I believe that getting the right affiliates to promote your product is one of the most important factors to being successful. If you are well known and respected on top of that, then you are one of the TOP selling warriors on the forum :p
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    • Profile picture of the author fedor50
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      Products from well-established, well-known, respected Warriors. Compared with those WSO's, overall sales of anything else tend to be far lower. It's not mostly about "what the product-type is", in other words: it's mostly about "who the vendor is".

      The idea of a WSO is to make available for forum members at a discount (that's where the "special offer" part comes into it) products which are already selling successfully elsewhere.

      The forum is a community. People interact and get to know, recognise and respect each other.

      Selling here ought to be an afterthought to participating and contributing.

      I've never offered a WSO, myself, but I've observed enough to have worked out that members looking at it from the "What can I sell here to make a profit?" perspective typically don't do well. At all. There are reasons for that.
      Agree with this post here. WSO's should be about offering value and solving a need,offering a solution instead of trying to make a quick buck
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      • Profile picture of the author marketinguk
        Needless to say that Alexa's post was bang on, but i guess it should be stated anyway LOL, i think if you're in this forum for any length of time you come to take her posts for granted but it shouldn't be that way.
        Joel
        Originally Posted by fedor50 View Post

        Agree with this post here. WSO's should be about offering value and solving a need,offering a solution instead of trying to make a quick buck
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    • Profile picture of the author housewarrior
      Hello Alexa,

      I sort of agree with you. I left your post intact, because everything you said is so true.

      The "sort of" is because I have found that the bigger the claim and the more shiny the object the better the sales...or at least the greater the participation.

      And of course having a scadload of affiliates with big mailing lists doesn't hurt either.

      Maybe the sales boil down to trust. It looks like most of the gee-whiz kids from a year or so ago during the great boom have mostly went bust. Thank God!

      My one and only product for sale here surely fits your description, because even though it's the real deal, I'm neither known, or trusted as far as hawking tons of WSO's. And I don't have a mailing list either.

      But I'm having all the fun promoting it in a humble way. I achieve a sale every so often and I'm darn grateful and I know the value for the client can be huge over time!

      It ought to be worth something that I didn't set out from the position of saying," What sort of product can I sell..." Instead, it began with "This is working for me, and I'd like to share it with others at a reasonable cost."

      I have no interest in "developing" WSO's. I'm more of a meat and potatoes kinda guy with websites and whatnot, more likely to give something away rather than sell it. But just not this time. Ha!

      I did have ALL the fun doing all the stuff it takes to get the product to market though, and learned a ton of new stuff in the process.

      Norm


      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      Products from well-established, well-known, respected Warriors. Compared with those WSO's, overall sales of anything else tend to be far lower. It's not mostly about "what the product-type is", in other words: it's mostly about "who the vendor is".

      The idea of a WSO is to make available for forum members at a discount (that's where the "special offer" part comes into it) products which are already selling successfully elsewhere.

      The forum is a community. People interact and get to know, recognise and respect each other.

      Selling here ought to be an afterthought to participating and contributing.

      I've never offered a WSO, myself, but I've observed enough to have worked out that members looking at it from the "What can I sell here to make a profit?" perspective typically don't do well. At all. There are reasons for that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Yoobiz247
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  • Profile picture of the author footbag_man
    Originally Posted by Yoobiz247 View Post

    Please I need some advice here thank you?
    You need to find something that is different.. Coaching sells very well but I have a feeling that you are not at the level to coach anyone just yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author rosetrees
    That's a strange question. Writing a WSO is about sharing some particular knowledge/experience/ability that you have with others.

    What do you know about? What are you good at? If you have to ASK someone to give you a topic, I'd personally would question your personal knowledge/experience/ability in that particular area.
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  • Profile picture of the author Darren Hodgson
    If you're wanting to know what sells the best you're never going to find a good answer because it's usually whatever is the rage at the moment. If Google, Facebook make a major update then that is usually what sells, if all of the Guru' s are doing webinars then 'How to do webinars' is what sells.

    You either need to find something 100% unique, never seen before, go hyper viral or follow the trend right now. If both cases to be successful you're gonna need an army of affiliates or a huge list to get the ball rolling unless you're extremely lucky which is highly unlikely
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  • Profile picture of the author PhilippaWrites
    I would suggest creating a WSO on the subject you know best, rather than on a subject which others have made good sales on.


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    • Profile picture of the author Tim Wright
      Originally Posted by PhilippaWrites View Post

      I would suggest creating a WSO on the subject you know best, rather than on a subject which others have made good sales on.


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      I agree with that up to a point. I think it's also a good idea to see if you can connect the product you create (which should be on a topic you know something about) with a product or service that people are already buying. If you're selling information on how to rope a cow, you might want to see if there are any rodeos in town. (I have no idea where THAT analogy came from, but I HOPE it works! LOL. You can take a boy out the the country, but you can't take the country out of the boy!)
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  • Profile picture of the author marcuslim
    wordpress plugins generally sell well. This is because software has higher perceived value, and it is easier to sell because once you have demonstrated that it works, it works. This is unlike ebooks or courses, where you still have to take action on the information, so it is more ethereal.
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    Well the OP never actually stated he wanted to know what sells best so he can create his own product, we are all just assuming that. A pretty fair assumption to make though.

    I think the comment made by someone else above sums up my thoughts on the issue:

    Originally Posted by PhilippaWrites View Post

    I would suggest creating a WSO on the subject you know best, rather than on a subject which others have made good sales on.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike101
    From my newbie point of view I would say cheap product which make you earn lot of money without have to work or less work.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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      Originally Posted by Mike101 View Post

      From my newbie point of view I would say cheap product
      It helps due to the current nature of the WSO forum ($7 products).

      Originally Posted by Mike101 View Post

      which make you earn lot of money without have to work or less work.
      Newbies tend to think these sell well because it is the type of sales pitch that they would fall for themselves. More and more though these scheme WSOs that don't deliver what they promise are getting shut down before gaining much traction.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Gray
    I would advise to do something you know that works.

    I am about to make my first product about Traffic generation showing everything i do to get traffic to my site and sales.

    i know it works so i thought i would share it.

    Honesty and integrity also sell

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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      What sells best on WSO?
      If you have to ask this question, then you have a LONG way to go in your marketing career.

      All marketing (online or off) requires the ability to do your own research.

      We all can give you a million different answers here but it ultimately is up to you to research that particular section and come to your own conclusions.

      I'm not saying it's wrong necessarily to ask in this main forum - but your odds of getting a definitive answer that will work with you and your abilities is slim to none.

      You need to apply most of the same rules to any marketing campaign - be it in WSO section, classified, facebook, youtube, twitter, etc.

      WSO section is just one of many advertising venues. It is most suited to promote/sell tools and guides suited for other internet marketers.

      Every IM uses different tools, and methods - so narrowing down what you should sell or what sells best can be difficult.

      There are some actual numbers and statistics you can find (like in WSO Pro (not formally part of this forum)) but even after you find those, a lot will depend on your knowledge and talents.

      I'd forget about "what sells on WSO" if I were you and focus on "what is the best thing for me to sell."
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    • Honesty and Integrity. Two things that seem to be lacking in the world of internet marketing, but are such a breath of fresh air. Thanks Mark.

      Originally Posted by Mark Gray View Post

      I would advise to do something you know that works.

      I am about to make my first product about Traffic generation showing everything i do to get traffic to my site and sales.

      i know it works so i thought i would share it.

      Honesty and integrity also sell

      Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris-
    I don't think there is a "what" that sells best, there are PEOPLE who know how to sell almost anything, and people who don't know how to sell.

    The only real way to find out is to test for yourself, as with most things in IM

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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Worner
    What sells best on WSO?
    Instant gratification products.

    -Chris
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      Originally Posted by Chris Worner View Post

      Instant gratification products.

      -Chris
      About time you updated to a current photo.
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  • Profile picture of the author Manjeet Banger
    You can do your research on warriorplus.com

    Head over to WSO alerts you'll be able to find the most popular searched terms for WSO's
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  • Profile picture of the author marketinguk
    Checking in regularly to popular areas on this forum and seeing the threads that appear over and over again, like "help me build my list fast", or "how do i make $100 a day with no money" (LOL)" threads etc. It's not rocket science just contribute to this forum and you can get a reasomable idea.
    However, i also agree with Chris that some people can sell almost anything especially with a good copywriter and the WSO buyer's who just buy anything that comes out for $7.
    Joel
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  • Profile picture of the author Jimsarmy
    Michael Cheney's advice is pretty good. If the product quality is not there, then all the rest of the wso preparation is wasted, imo. Too many people lately seem to be rushing their wso's, and it shows.
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  • Profile picture of the author sriram rajan
    The biggest sellers do PLR, SEO , WP plugins / themes ... And of course social media traffic.. related courses
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  • Profile picture of the author marketinguk
    Without any thought, chipping back in again i would say SEO sellers, respected Coaches/mentors and shiny new products sell really well. This depends on various factors like has been mentioned above.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marcus Rockey
    Experience says that if you are trying to offer genuine business opportunity you will struggle with WSO's.

    Overall many want QUICK CASH THAT IS EASY! Not a sustainable business. Most don't want to put the effort in and instead go around in circles from one month to the next.
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    • Profile picture of the author DubDubDubDot
      First of all, you have to realize that the core target market for online bizops are basically idiots. WSOs that do well all contain three sales elements...

      -> No skills necessary. None whatsoever. Even a hint of having to learn something and few are interested.

      -> The perceived potential for the buyer to quit their day job next month.

      -> Limited working hours required. An hour or two a day is best. If they wanted to work "real job" hours, they wouldn't be looking for easy money online.

      Originally Posted by Marcus Rockey View Post

      Experience says that if you are trying to offer genuine business opportunity you will struggle with WSO's.
      Bingo. A certain type of person is looking to buy WSOs, and they aren't serious about running a real business. Not yet anyway.

      WSOs get a lot of flack for generally being poor quality, but at the end of the day it is the contents of these very WSOs that the market demands. If people are lining up to purchase bizops with a very low upside and nothing else, I'm not sure what more there is to say about that than to sell it to them.
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  • Profile picture of the author paul nicholls
    rather than think "what can i create a wso about"

    instead think "how can i add tremendous value to the market place and offer a solution to a common problem"

    then once you have the idea and a plan then you can think about launching it as a WSO

    paul
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  • Profile picture of the author schttrj
    Anything that has a significant market and has GOOD testimonials and evidences of its success...

    It's not only creating quality, it's about promotion and marketing.

    Prepare beforehand to create that curiosity, if you know what I mean.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarge
    Make sure it is quality. Making a little stack of dough in a short period is great, but it will never buy back your reputation... you only have one of those.


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