Congratulations, you have just purchased the most complete package of information marketing instruction on earth – I literally consider this my capstone product and achievement in information marketing, and have organized this so you can learn these techniques fast and implement them fast.
Take this material, listen to it, study it, use it – and begin today building your own automated information business using my techniques.
I have organized this training into the 7 steps that are necessary to build a real information business.
You do NOT need additional training to implement these techniques. But you must do all the steps, and implement them all. If you skip some things…your business simply won't work right.
I suggest starting with the first step, and work your way through to the final step.
Once you have completed everything, your next step will be to “rinse and repeat” One product will make you a little money. Another one will make you more. And 50 will make you even more. Imagine if Campbell's soup only had one flavor? But they have dozens. Why? Because they make more money with more flavors.
Consider each of your products as a soup flavor. The more flavors you have, the more money you make.
Let's get started:
First, you have to do market research to determine what people want. (If you already have a niche, skip this step):
Second, you have to find or create products that people want, based on your market research.
Third, you have to create a way to sell your products – most likely a sales page.
This page will teach you how to create a sales letter fast using special software:
Fourth, you have to find a way to reach people and get them to your site – this is usually called getting traffic
Fifth, you have to build a relationship with that traffic, so they can get to know you and trust you (people don’t generally buy products online from people they don’t trust)
Sixth, once people start buying your products, you need to find or create additional products for them to buy.
Seventh, you have to test and tweak every part of your campaign to determine what works and what doesn’t so you can maximize sales at every point.
Rinse and Repeat: