How to Make A Bestselling Product In 48 Hours or Less

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Discover some tricks to making MORE money with every product, and it's probably not what you think!

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Table Of Contents Introduction To Product Creation Blueprint 2 Choosing A Product Type 5 Choosing A Topic 7 Creating eBooks 10 Creating An eBook Cover 12 Creating Videos 14 Selling Your Products 16 ClickBank 16 Amazon Kindle (KDP) 17 Barnes & Noble 18 Secondary Retailers 18 Smashwords 19 Draft2Digital 19 Kobo Writing Life 20 Apple 21 Promoting Your Products 22 Final Words 23 Resources 24  

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Introduction To Product Creation Blueprint :

Introduction To Product Creation Blueprint   Creating your very own information product is certainly a worthwhile endeavor. In fact, having your own product is often one of the easiest ways to not only make money online, but it can help you to build and establish a brand, build valuable partnerships and create your very own team of affiliate marketers who are willing to promote the products for you!   As you might imagine, you can see far greater results through the efforts of a large group of affiliates than you ever could on your own, thus your time is much better spent creating your own products than simply promoting others.   Of course, many people think creating a product of their own is expensive, time consuming and difficult. The truth is, creating a high quality information product isn’t all that hard to do, especially when you turn to the experts and hire them to create the product for you! In fact, you could have your first product done from start to finish in 48 hours or less.   In this report, you’re going to learn how to create your own product – an eBook, info product or video product, from researching markets and topics to getting it set up to sell and even marketing it, in no time flat!   So let’s get started.

Choosing A Product Type:

Choosing A Product Type The first thing you’ll want to do is decide exactly what type of product you’d like to create. This could be an info product, an eBook to be sold via Kindle and other outlets, a video series, or something else that will appeal to your target audience.   Remember that some types of product formats may work better for certain topics and markets than others. For example, some people prefer to read content while others prefer to watch it in video format. Just the same, different groups of people do better at learning new material in various formats, such as detailed, step by step tutorial guides or comprehensive, “watch over my shoulder” videos.   Additionally, you can repurpose the same product into several different iterations in order to get the most out of it. For example, an eBook created with the intention of being sold on ClickBank could also be sold on Amazon for Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords and other platforms. You could even use the same basic content to create a video series!

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There are even other ways of repurposing content so that you’re able to extend the value of every product. For example, a single book could have its content converted into all of the following formats:   An eBook for Kindle, Nook, iPad and others A print book sold through CreateSpace or Lulu An eBook sold through ClickBank A video series sold through ClickBank An audio series sold through ClickBank An audio book sold through ACX, Amazon, iTunes and others

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Multiple formats will give you a wider distribution net and far more income than you ever thought possible, all without having to invest in additional products until you have recovered your initial investment!

Choosing A Topic:

Choosing A Topic Many people create a product on something they are personally interested in or have knowledge or experience in, because they simply feel it will be easier to create a quality product. While that is generally true, it doesn’t necessarily mean that product will sell.   A good way to get an indication of what type of material is selling well is to take a look at various online marketplaces and search through the bestsellers in various categories. If you already have a topic in mind, go to a section that correlates and see if anyone else is selling a product on a similar topic, and if so, how well are they selling?   Let’s say you want to write a product on growing cacti. Here’s an easy way to research.

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Visit Amazon.com. Hover over “Books & Audible” in the menu on the left. Click “Kindle Books” or “Books”. Then click a category that closely matches your topic, in this case, Nonfiction, then Crafts, Hobbies & Home, and then Gardening & Horticulture. This will show you a list of “New and Popular” titles in the genre, and you can drill down further. In this case, I clicked “Ornamental Plants”. The first book in “Ornamental Plants” under “New and Popular” is “Succulents Simplified: Growing, Designing and Crafting with 100 Easy-Care Varieties” by Debra Lee Baldwin. There are also several other books about cacti and succulents on this page. Click the bestselling book on your list, in this case “Succulents Simplified’, and look for “Product Details”. This will tell you the book’s bestseller rank overall in the Kindle Store as well as in some of its various categories.

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This particular book, at this moment, is #28,495 in the Kindle Store. It’s also #1 in several categories, including Ornamental Plants and Flower Arranging.   A good general rule of thumb is that a book with an overall rank of #30,000 or lower means the title is probably making fairly decent money for the author. A book with a rank of around this number generally sells (and this is a very general number) around 50-75 copies per month.

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This number can vary widely based on several factors such as current new releases that may affect rankings drastically, and the fact that a book may rise very quickly and fall just as quickly, but it gives you a good idea of what you might expect around that ranking if you stay there for a while.   Remember that rankings are highly volatile on Amazon. A book could be in the top 1,000 one day and drop to 15,000 the next, or vice versa.   Rankings are based on sales in correlation to things such as length of time since the last sale and how well other books are doing. It’s not easy to predict.

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Another way to find out if a product might sell is to check out magazine publishers to find out if any magazines are being published on the subject. If so, a product would probably sell well, because it’s not likely a publisher would create and market a magazine without doing research first into whether it would sell.   You could also write their advertising department to ask what their current subscriber number is, or their reach. This will give you a good indication of how popular the magazine is and how large the market might be.   Remember, interest in a market does not necessarily equal sales!   For example, there could be hundreds of thousands of websites about insect collecting, but if people in that market aren’t spending a lot of money, all the traffic in the world won’t matter. So look for products that are actually selling, not just general keyword numbers or website numbers.

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You can use this same technique with virtually any online or offline marketplace. Some ideas include:   Your local library or bookstore Websites of Barnes & Noble and other booksellers The ClickBank Marketplace Affiliate forums Internet marketing discussion groups (WarriorForum.com etc) Magazines.com   Browsing these sites will give you plenty of ideas, and checking out bestseller lists will make it easy to find out what is selling and what isn’t.  

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