I have an idea to make a WSO but not very sure how to do it

by dancoc 17 replies
I have an idea to make a WSO but not very sure how to do it. Could you give some advice?
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  • Profile picture of the author spearce000
    Depends what it is. Could you be more specific?
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  • Profile picture of the author gcbmark20
    Hi,

    Does your product match the demand that's in the forum?

    Can you place an upsell behind that product and increase sales come launch day?

    Is it an "evergreen" product that will continue to sell long after your launch date?

    Do your research first.

    Does your product meet enough peoples needs/desires offer a solution to their problems?
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  • Profile picture of the author barbling
    Step 1.) Find one and only 1 problem that people want solved.

    Step 2.) Create a simple report that solves it.

    Step 3.) Make sure to include screen shots and callout links for additional info if needed.

    Step 4.) See what would either simplify, scale or automate the solution. That's your upsell.

    Step 5.) Make it so.

    Hope that helps!
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    • Profile picture of the author lukeblower
      Originally Posted by barbling View Post

      Step 1.) Find one and only 1 problem that people want solved.

      Step 2.) Create a simple report that solves it.

      Step 3.) Make sure to include screen shots and callout links for additional info if needed.

      Step 4.) See what would either simplify, scale or automate the solution. That's your upsell.

      Step 5.) Make it so.

      Hope that helps!
      That's it in a nutshell- if the idea is good and you actually solve someone's problem then it will be a success (with some good marketing of course)
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    • Profile picture of the author guitarizma
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      Originally Posted by barbling View Post

      Step 1.) Find one and only 1 problem that people want solved.

      Step 2.) Create a simple report that solves it.

      Step 3.) Make sure to include screen shots and callout links for additional info if needed.

      Step 4.) See what would either simplify, scale or automate the solution. That's your upsell.

      Step 5.) Make it so.

      Hope that helps!
      Thats excellent. You might also want to get some reviews from senior members.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    If your product is an ebook, open up Word or Open Office doc and start writing the ebook. Take your time and make the best ebook you can.

    If it's videos, create the videos. Same with any product. First create it.

    Then you either use a payment/delivery system like DLGuard or ejunkie, or Warriors + or JVZoo and get your Buy button.

    Then you write up your sales pitch in the WSO forum by opening a thread there. It is done with WarriorForum - Internet Marketing Forums - BB Code List, not html. Or you can do it with graphics in something like Photoshop.

    Once your thread is approved, you will get a pm with a payment link. Pay for it and it goes live.

    That's the basics.

    You do need to be a War Room member to run a WSO first. That is $20 for that and can be paid for here http://www.warriorforum.com/payments.php
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  • Profile picture of the author jamescanz
    Originally Posted by dancoc View Post

    I have an idea to make a WSO but not very sure how to do it. Could you give some advice?
    Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

    You do need to be a War Room member to run a WSO first. That is $20 for that and can be paid for here http://www.warriorforum.com/payments.php
    Ditto on the War Room...

    There's quite a few good threads about creating and launching WSO's, too

    It's a highly recommended investment
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  • Profile picture of the author brutecky
    Originally Posted by dancoc View Post

    I have an idea to make a WSO but not very sure how to do it. Could you give some advice?
    Step 1: Buy a WarRoom membership.
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  • Profile picture of the author skorpland
    Originally Posted by dancoc View Post

    I have an idea to make a WSO but not very sure how to do it. Could you give some advice?
    The best thing would be checking and analysing other WSO products.
    Then find out what niche software is still missing where you have the scope of making more.
    Once you get those, you can start.

    btw Getting war room membership is mandatory once you are ready to launch your WSO
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  • Profile picture of the author Giovanni Puma
    1. Do market research and competitor analysis ( know exactly there price points, the messages they use in there sales page, find out the desires, and why they want your products, find out there biggest pain and solve the deep pain with 1 problem)
    2. Create a product using mindmap, xmind , power point, pdf,
    3. package it go to elance and get your cover done,
    4. create a leverage carrot system - upsells, downsells..
    5. Launch your baby to space and beyond

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  • Profile picture of the author ErinWalsh
    It helps to have someone else design your WSO campaign for you -- or at least help. How far have you gotten since you last posted?
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    • Profile picture of the author dancoc
      Thank you all for your great ideas. Just one other thing. Is it 20 dollars to become a member on the Warrior Room and then 20 dollars to post a WSO. So I need 40 dollars right?
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      • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
        Originally Posted by dancoc View Post

        Thank you all for your great ideas. Just one other thing. Is it 20 dollars to become a member on the Warrior Room and then 20 dollars to post a WSO. So I need 40 dollars right?
        It's actually $40 to post a WSO and $19 for a WarriorPlus license for your payment processor or you can use the free option where you give WarriorPlus a small percentage of your sales.

        You can also try other payment processors like JVZoo, but I prefer WarriorPlus a little more.
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      • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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        Originally Posted by dancoc View Post

        Thank you all for your great ideas. Just one other thing. Is it 20 dollars to become a member on the Warrior Room and then 20 dollars to post a WSO. So I need 40 dollars right?
        Yes, $20 for War Room membership and $20 to post the WSO. You do not need to use Warrior + or JVZoo (which says it is free, but charges a commission on each sale). ejunkie is a lot cheaper for a payment solution. I use DLGuard. Purchase it once and use it forever for all products. Great investment.
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  • Profile picture of the author ThomasOwen
    Using Jvzoo & Warriorplus have massive advantages to using them though. There are a ton of Internet Marketers with good sized, responsive email lists that scour JVzoo & W+ looking for affiliate products to promote to their lists every day.

    The more traffic to your sales page, the more sales, the more buyers added to your buyers list!

    Moneys in the list, not the initial sales.

    I think its well worth launching your product through JVzoo or Warriorplus.
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    • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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      Originally Posted by ThomasOwen View Post

      Using Jvzoo & Warriorplus have massive advantages to using them though. There are a ton of Internet Marketers with good sized, responsive email lists that scour JVzoo & W+ looking for affiliate products to promote to their lists every day.

      The more traffic to your sales page, the more sales, the more buyers added to your buyers list!

      Moneys in the list, not the initial sales.

      I think its well worth launching your product through JVzoo or Warriorplus.
      There are also a ton of criminal affiliates who steal credit cards to make the purchases so they get the commissions. Then the chargebacks roll in, they've already got the commissions and emptied their Paypal accounts and you're stuck with all the chargebacks and chargeback fees. This forum has a lot of accounts of this, so unless you know who is promoting your product, it could cost you more money than you make.
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