It’s been a long time since I’ve updated my blog, have been super busy for the past few weeks!
Anyways, I’m pleased to announce that my product CPA Monster was awarded WSO of The Day!
This is a segment of a written interview where I shared three tips for upcoming product creators, enjoy!
1.) Focus on being a best-selling author, not a best-writing author. I’m saying this assuming that your ultimate aim is to sell as many copies of your product as possible. Of course, always try to ensure the quality of your products, but don’t get bogged down by minute details like font size (some people argue that it’s a big deal but you get my point). Don’t wait till all your ducks are lined up in a row, it won’t happen. One misconception that people have is that running an online business is easy and organized; no it’s not! There are many moving parts that you should pay attention to and the important thing is that you get things done quickly! Your emphasis should be one your sales copy and traffic generation most of the time. I used to create 200+ pages ebooks, and guess how many I sold? A whopping 25 copies! And when I saw someone selling a 14-page ebook (double spaced, large font size) for $37 (I kid you not, bloody 37 bucks for less than a thousand words) I decided to re-prioritize.
2.) Have a launch strategy in place. Gone are the days when you can just post a WSO in the WSO section and get floods of traffic and a ton of sales. I recommend running a pre-launch for at least a week, building an early-bird list, contacting affiliates, etc.. At least till you’re well known in your industry. What this does is it shoots up your Earnings Per Click on launch day due to the surge of sales from your early-bird list and your affiliates. That in turn will attract more affiliates and it’s a snowball effect from there.
3.) Don’t bother dealing with your products getting shared. I mean sure, have some preventive measures in place, contact website owners asking them to remove your products, but people will get their hands on your products if they have a strong enough desire. Even billion-dollar companies can’t combat it successfully, hence the odds of us doing so is close to zero. And you know what? I guarantee you, these words that I’ve uttered in this interview will be read by someone that did not purchase this product. That’s just the way things are. Anyways, your products getting shared is indicative of demand of it, so think of it as a good thing.
Oh my, I’m beginning to ramble. I’ll leave you with these three tips.