Do you think I need a 4th ebook?

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I have been working like crazy on a site flipping product I'm about to launch on Clickbank.

I plan on charging $47 for the product but I want to be really sure that my customers are getting value for their money.

Here is what I have so far

1. Main ebook - 92 pages on site flipping
2. Second ebook - 57 pages on blog flipping
3. Third ebook - 33 pages on getting traffic
4. 50 Wordpress templates - 25 templates created to suite the sites created using the main ebook and 25 templates created to suit the blogs creating using the blog flipping ebook.


That is what I have so far and I am also considering having a members only forum.

So my question is do you think that is a good package to sell for $47 or do you think it needs more. I was thinking of perhaps doing another ebook focused on creating ebook type sites (those setup to sell a product on Clickbank or Paydotcom) to flip. Do you think it needs this extra book?

Thanks
Sheryl
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  • Profile picture of the author JayMachado
    I think that's a great price considering you're adding a lot of value. Do you have a lot of step by step procedures and easy to follow tutorials in the e-books? Something that can serve as a reference time and time again?

    Pictures will be helpful too if necessary.

    The only thing I could think of is to add checklists just for people who need a lot of hand holding. At this point though it looks great!
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    Thanks

    Jay yes it has lots of step by step instructions all with screenshots to explain each step fully. It's a very easy to follow guide that even the newest person would be able to follow.
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  • Profile picture of the author JayMachado
    That's awesome to hear! Actually, the fact that you were even asking at all had me convinced that you were offering something great.

    I think we undervalue the hard work and effort we put into things sometimes, especially if you come from the traditional x amount of money for x amount of hours lifestyle.

    But if you're adding $47 of value to someone's life then you are by all means OBLIGATED to charge $47. There's no virtue in selling yourself short no matter what anyone might say.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
      Originally Posted by JayMachado View Post

      That's awesome to hear! Actually, the fact that you were even asking at all had me convinced that you were offering something great.

      I think we undervalue the hard work and effort we put into things sometimes, especially if you come from the traditional x amount of money for x amount of hours lifestyle.

      But if you're adding $47 of value to someone's life then you are by all means OBLIGATED to charge $47. There's no virtue in selling yourself short no matter what anyone might say.
      Thanks Jay - just what I needed to hear and I always have people telling me that I don't give myself enough credit. I have read many ebooks on this topic and I do think that I am giving good value.

      I would save the book on building e-book sites for a back-end product. This way, after your customers have used the info in your front-end books, they are ready to build a specialized site - and you can supply them. I'd sit down and plan a number of these specialized books to sell as follow-up guides (how to build auction sites, portals, e-commerce sites, etc)
      Thanks Kevin - also what I needed to hear as I did consider the option of saving the next ebook for a backend product, I just wasn't sure which was the best way to go, so now you've convinced me that is what I will do.
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    Sheryl

    I would save the book on building e-book sites for a back-end product. This way, after your customers have used the info in your front-end books, they are ready to build a specialized site - and you can supply them. I'd sit down and plan a number of these specialized books to sell as follow-up guides (how to build auction sites, portals, e-commerce sites, etc)
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    • Profile picture of the author D89
      Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

      Sheryl

      I would save the book on building e-book sites for a back-end product. This way, after your customers have used the info in your front-end books, they are ready to build a specialized site - and you can supply them. I'd sit down and plan a number of these specialized books to sell as follow-up guides (how to build auction sites, portals, e-commerce sites, etc)

      EXACTLY!!!!

      You should never give all of your valuables all in one shot. As it is you have given ALOT for $47.00 becuase you are giving a product that could earn the buyer lots more than what they paid for.

      Definately create that last book as another product.

      Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    Thanks that makes me feel a lot better that my package has enough value.

    What about the idea of a members only forum? I know forums will be a lot more hands on but it will also give members a chance to exchange ideas and help each other out. Do you think its a good idea to have a forum?
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  • Profile picture of the author Desmond Ong
    Originally Posted by Sheryl Polomka View Post


    I was thinking of perhaps doing another ebook focused on creating ebook type sites (those setup to sell a product on Clickbank or Paydotcom) to flip. Do you think it needs this extra book?

    Thanks
    Sheryl
    It's called product site flip. Kinda a site flipper lingo. If you can cover blog flipping in an ebook itself, why not make another one on product site?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    Thanks guys - any thoughts on having the membership forum, I'm really a bit undecided on whether to have a forum or not
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