Archive for the ‘Creating Products’ Category
I have said many times that although marketing other peoples’ products as an affiliate can be very lucrative, you can’t beat selling your own product and having affiliates market it for you.
The problem that most people have with this is that they either don’t have the confidence to make their own product, don’t know how to go about making their own product, or can’t even decide what product to make.
It is the latter reason that I am going to concentrate on here. After all, you’re not going to make a product if you don’t know what product to make, so it’s the most important step.
This is what I do. If you’ve been following me on this blog or any of my other ones, you’ll know that I am a software developer, so I like to make software products. Don’t stop reading because you’re not a programmer! [Read more…]
Some people are good at some things and not so good at others. Unfortunately, when it comes to starting out in online marketing, you get presented with a whole load of things to do that you know nothing about, or just plain don’t understand, or don’t want to understand.
What I’m not good at is writing sales copy. I’m not good at setting up promotional campaigns. I am learning all the time and I hope I am getting better at those things, but to be honest, they are not things I excel at because they are the least interesting part of what I do.
Thankfully, Harvey Segal, the King of Clickbank has come up [Read more…]
Over the years I have come across a lot of software aimed at online marketers. Some of it has been quite good, some mediocre, and some just plain terrible.
When I say “terrible” I don’t necessarily think that it’s complete rubbish – some of it is really quite useful. The problem that much of it suffers from is that it wasn’t made very easy to use.
As an example, there is some software that I acquired that created a website sales page. It did this by prompting the user for various items of text, such as Headline, Sub-headline, Testimonials, Product Description, PayPal button etc. When complete, it would then format it all into a web page. It worked. It did the job very well. However, you had no idea how the page was going to look until it was finished. So when it asked [Read more…]