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1)The concept 2)The timing 3)The perceived benefits 4)The sales pitch 5)The price
I could use more specialized methodology to find out what I need to know but at this stage in development a piece of wacky marketing won’t hurt.
Call it what you will but I reckon it’s a form of inverted thinking: turning project upside down and starting back to front; first sales pitch coupled with research, then product creation.
And an amazing thing happened as I was crafting web copy…
My project began to take off in disparate directions, adding new dimensions I hadn’t even considered before, and presenting me with additional challenges to devise an even better product.
Will my wacky marketing work?
I can’t be certain - but you know what they say - nothing ventured, nothing gained.
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Jim Green is an online enthusiast and bestselling author with an ever-growing string of traditionally published niche non-fiction hard copy titles to his credit. View his test marketing experiment at this website: http://howtobecomefamousonline.howtoproducts-xl.com