Successful wso criteria

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What makes a wso successful?

Is it having a network of reviewers? If so how do you find them?

How do you stay on page one for the longest??
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Bill
    Hi Freddie, you can ask for reviewers in the "Warriors Wanted" section.

    The front page as fast as it travels. There's nothing you can do to stay on there longer but you can "bump" your WSO (by paying another fee) back to the top of the front page once it drops off the second page onto the third. Sometimes that happens faster than other times.
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    It is successful if it's something that is needed and wanted by lots of people. If there's a unique quality about it as well, that can help. Price can help too.
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  • Profile picture of the author JRJWrites
    Originally Posted by FreddieMixell View Post

    What makes a wso successful?

    Is it having a network of reviewers? If so how do you find them?

    How do you stay on page one for the longest??
    This is coming from the viewpoint of a buyer - what I would consider before considering buying a WSO:

    1. Does it have an incredibly catchy title that draws me in straight away?
    2. Is the sales copy 100% free of grammar mistakes?
    3. Does the copy use graphics that help the viewer get the point of the services?
    4. Does the copy beat around the bush, or get straight to the point?
    5. Am I REALLY getting a deal, or is this just another scam?
    6. Where's the value?
    7. Can I test-drive it before actually going full-in and paying?
    8. Does it have a LARGE number of positive reviewers (not 4-5, more like 40-50)?
    9. Is the person who created the WSO a respected marketer? Has he spent a lot of time on the WF? Does he have 1000 posts and 1 thanks or 100 posts and 50 thanks?
    10. Has he created a successful WSO before?

    Just a few things that I, a prospective buyer, thinks of. For me, it's mainly about the copy. If I don't love that, chances are that I won't love your product, either.
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    • Profile picture of the author IzzuDino
      In my opinion, what makes or breaks a WSO is affiliates. People driving traffic for you to your sales page really helps as depending on the WSO section alone is really hard.

      Than comes this:

      Originally Posted by jrjohn View Post


      1. Does it have an incredibly catchy title that draws me in straight away?
      2. Is the sales copy 100% free of grammar mistakes?
      3. Does the copy use graphics that help the viewer get the point of the services?
      4. Does the copy beat around the bush, or get straight to the point?
      5. Am I REALLY getting a deal, or is this just another scam?
      6. Where's the value?
      7. Can I test-drive it before actually going full-in and paying?
      8. Does it have a LARGE number of positive reviewers (not 4-5, more like 40-50)?
      9. Is the person who created the WSO a respected marketer? Has he spent a lot of time on the WF? Does he have 1000 posts and 1 thanks or 100 posts and 50 thanks?
      10. Has he created a successful WSO before?
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      • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
        Originally Posted by IzzuDino View Post

        In my opinion, what makes or breaks a WSO is affiliates. People driving traffic for you to your sales page really helps as depending on the WSO section alone is really hard.

        Than comes this:

        I agree, graphics and copy alone will not make a successful WSO. Alot of the successful WSO sellers, know how to drive their own traffic, and how to drive up the epc, for affiliates to get on board.

        A bunch of brown nosers on a WSO wont help, I am sure people don't buy into the brown nosing that goes on on WSO's

        The two most important factors to a WSO IMO is

        1) Ability to drive your own traffic

        2) Ability to get your EPC high, to attract affiliate's.

        If you can get both of those to work for you, it won't matter what you sell
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        • Profile picture of the author megatop
          For me, the most important thing that will make a sale are,

          1. does the wso add value.
          2. content is more important than any other stuff. i dont care about the graphics or other things as long as the material is neat and direct-to-the-point.

          its hard to distinguish your wso in that maze of other wsos that are being put up in that section. needless to say most of them are right next to garbage bin for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author FreddieMixell
    Thanks guys!

    Do you think I should just join an affiliate program like clickbank or jvzoo?

    Or just use ejunkie and promote the affiliate program to my list?
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    • Profile picture of the author The Rich Brother
      If is your first time i will suggest you to sale it in Jvzoo-There are very easy to operate and suitable for beginners.

      Originally Posted by FreddieMixell View Post

      Thanks guys!

      Do you think I should just join an affiliate program like clickbank or jvzoo?

      Or just use ejunkie and promote the affiliate program to my list?
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  • Profile picture of the author lotsofsnow
    Originally Posted by FreddieMixell View Post

    What makes a wso successful?
    Most it has tmportantly you need an excellent product and a good sales letter.

    The sales letter should tell what is in the product and the product has to deliver what you promise in the sales letter.
    Originally Posted by FreddieMixell View Post

    Is it having a network of reviewers? If so how do you find them?
    Reviewers are not important. Especially the "give-me-your-WSO-for-free-and-I-give-you-a-review" type.

    From those reviews it is obvious that the reviewer has no clue and is just brown nosing.

    Better approach: contact selected warriors that published a similar WSO and ask whether that might want to review your product. Hint: buy the WSO of such a warrior first and then ask for a review as one of their customers.

    Originally Posted by FreddieMixell View Post

    How do you stay on page one for the longest??
    There are way too many variables. Just bump the WSO as soon as you drop off page 2.
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    Affiliates will make or break a WSO launch nowadays, I think. Just joining an affiliate program is not enough. There are literally a bunch of new products being launched every single day of the week and the best affiliates already know what products they are going tp promote weeks ahead. So you need to get out there, start getting yourself infront of affiliates, building relationships. It doesn't just happen overnight. You may get the odd affiliate promoting for you if you just list the product but in most cases they won't being you a ton of sales.
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