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3) Outsourcing product creation This is a method that I have been using regularly due to my lack of time. I prefer to spend my time "marketing" my product rather then being a "worker" and this allow me to leverage time and resources of others. You just need to write down a clear idea about what you need to achieve and let other expert do job for you. The basic idea is to let specialise create product that you wanted and you just concentrate on marketing it.
4) Repackaging of Public Domain material There are hundreds and thousands of freely available public domain materials you can use on almost any subject that you are interested in. Million dollar business has been created from public domain information, so don’t discount huge goldmine here. Here are some cool public domains that can let you get started immediately: Internet Public Library http://www.ipl.org/reading/books Project Bartleby http://www.bartleby.com/index.html Million Book Project http://www.archive.org/details/millionbooks
Whichever way that you choose to create your product, remember that it must be packed with value. You’ll want to focus on over-delivering upfront to acquire that WOW factor and make it a truly irresistible buy. Make sure your product are so full of value and worth that people felt it was a “steal” at low price that you sold it. Build your paid customer list on autopilot and keep them for life.
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