A Quick Checklist Of What You Need To Do Before You’re Ready To Launch Your Product

  This checklist will help you keep track of what you’re doing to get ready to launch your product. This list assumes you’ve already created your product, set money goals for your product, and have a launch date. These are the things you need to do before your launch and a bonus with some after launch activities too. Pre-Launch o Map Out Launch Emails – Create an email series getting your subscribers ready for your new launch. o Map Out Blog Posts – Match each email from above to a blog post so that you’ll bring your email readers to...

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Blog Posts Into A Week-Long Course

Turning A Series Of Blog Posts Into A Week-Long Course Want to create something for your audience fast that will solve a problem for your audience? Have you created a blog post series in the past? Have a blog series in mind? Any type of series can become a week-long course by delivering one post per week either via email or via a platform like Thinkific.com. A mini-course is a great way to introduce new people to your offerings. A mini-course is very useful as an introductory way to get people into your marketing funnel so that you can market...

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Sell It First, Create The Content Later

Quick Profit Strategy: Sell It First, Create The Content Later If you need more motivation to create and make a fast profit, why not sell the information product first, then create the content later? This is another quick idea to start making more information products from the content you already have. Follow these steps to succeed. Step #1: Develop the Concept First, come up with the topic. It should be something your audience really needs. Something that truly solves a pain point for them. Choose something you already know and already have a lot of content for or that you’ve...

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Home Business or Work-at-Home Job – Which Is Right for You?

  Many people often want to work from home for a variety of reasons. Maybe you just had a child and want more work-life balance, or perhaps you have an illness that makes it difficult for you to get out of the house. Or maybe you just like being home and want the freedom to work your own way. Whatever the reasons you want to work at home, you’ll need to choose whether or not you want a job from home, or you want a business from home. Here are eight questions to help you decide. 1. Are You Self-Motivated?...

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Product Shortcut – Dig Into Your Archives

Product Shortcut – Dig Into Your Archives Creating information products may seem intimidating, especially if you want to create a membership site where you want to have some content ready ahead of the need for your members. But it’s not as hard as you may have made up in your head. In fact, it might even be easy. You probably already have a lot of content either that you have developed yourself or that you’ve purchased in the form of private label rights (PLR) content right on your hard drive or stored in the cloud in your Dropbox or Google...

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The Secret To Success: Working On Content For Your Site & Paid Products Simultaneously

  I bet you’re getting super excited about the fact that by planning your promotions in advance it will make it simpler to create the right content based on those promotions. But the real secret to success is to work on content for your site and the paid products you want to promote simultaneously. As you’ve learned so far, that can be done by repurposing every type of content you create into different forms of content including content for sale in the form of information products. It doesn’t matter what niche you’re in, this process works. If you have enough...

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Getting Into The Habit Of Creating Content For Future Product Launches

Getting Into The Habit Of Creating Content For Future Product Launches In the last post, I talked about creating an editorial calendar so that you can pre-plan all the content that you create so that it can be repurposed into information products for your audience. Today, I’m going to talk about how to develop certain habits that will enable you to seamlessly develop information products plus deliver the types of content your audience needs on a regular basis. • Set Goals – Goals are essential to ensuring that you develop a habit of creating content for future product launches. Remember...

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Clothes Out Of Date? Read On For Handy Fashion Tips

Clothes Out Of Date? Read On For Handy Fashion Tips Creating a formal clothing wardrobe is not easy. For instance, you could end up with a bunch of different outfits that look similar, or even clothes that don't fit you very well. You can take some of the difficulty associated with choosing formal clothing by using the useful tips and advice in the article below. Don't buy an item of clothing just because it is on sale for a great price. If the item doesn't go with anything your currently own or it doesn't fit well, it isn't worth the...

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Pre-Planning Your Content For Future Products

Pre-Planning Your Content For Future Products When you start thinking about creating information products as part of your offerings to help add value for your audience, it makes sense to plan for it. You can do that by planning to write a blog series of 10 to 30 blog posts that can later be turned into an eBook with each post counting as a chapter of your eBook. Not only will this type of planning help you create information products, it will help you do better at being consistent with content creation. Since content is one of your most important...

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how simple it is to create a new information product

Product Creation Example: New Opt-In Report Now I’m going to prove to you how simple it is to create a new information product. It doesn’t matter if this product is going to be a freebie report or a paid report. The creation process is the same. Step #1: Organize one to 3 Good Blog Posts Determine one small problem or pain point that your audience has, locate a few blog posts that help to answer and solve that problem. Organize them into a logical order, add an intro, transitions, and a conclusion. Step #2: Get a Cover Image Created You’ll...

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