One of the best sources of new subscribers for my email lists are product launches. Whenever I release or re-release a product, it always means getting lots of new, highly valuable leads.
As outlined in the post where I describe my entire system for building product-based businesses, it’s very important to get the lead generation setup right when you first launch a product. In this post, you’ll discover the exact setup (including recommended tools) for the three types of lead generation you should put in place to get the most out of your next launch.
There’s nothing worse than a never-ending project.
Maybe it’s because of perfectionism or because of a fear of selling, or maybe you started out with the wrong kind of product idea to begin with. Whatever the reason, when you keep treading water and a project never seems to come closer to the finish line, it saps your motivation and saps your budget until your business inevitably dies.
To survive and thrive online, you need to get your products and projects to market quickly. And in this post, you’ll discover exactly how you can do that.
How can you get a new product or service to market quickly and reduce your risk and overhead at the same time?
By releasing a minimum viable product.
Check out the infographic below to see what an MVP is all about and why it’s better and less risky than the model most businesses use:
A few months ago, starting with a list of only 500 people and in a niche where I was still very new at the time, I managed to create a full-time income with the very first product I created and launched.
In this post, I want to share everything I did to make this happen so that you can do the same. That product, by the way, was Backlink Battleplan.
I’ve released a new product. It’s called WSO Cash Blueprint (not a name that will win any innovation-awards, admittedly) and it’s about creating profitable “Warrior Special Offers”. In this post, I’m not going to go into too much detail on what the product is about or why you should buy it. That’s what the sales-page is for.
Instead, here’s a video where I explain why I created this product and what I’m doing with it, from a marketing perspective (this is, after all, a marketing blog):