Your Knowledge Could Be Earning You A Fortune

Written by Jeff Smith

Your Knowledge Could Be Earning You A Fortune

Copyright 2002 - Super Profitable Marketing

Are you a frustrated entrepreneur? You haverepparttar desire, enthusiasm, business skills and passion you will need to be a huge success, but there is one major obstacle blocking your way -- what do you sell?

You are not alone. The top concern of most budding entrepreneurs is finding high-profit, easy-to-ship products they can market for fast profits. You will be amazed to know that you can have your own hot selling product in days by packaging information you already have. Want to know how?

Here are three powerful techniques you can use right away to develop your own hot selling product ideas, whether they lead to books, reports, newsletters, audios, videos, workshops, courses or subscription-based web sites. Successful entrepreneurs such as Yanik Silver, Marlon Sanders and Corey Rudl have used these techniques, now you can use them too.

Success Tip #1: Package information about your hobby. Hobbies are rich sources of hot selling information products. Why?

· You have intimate knowledge of your subject matter · You have a deep understanding of what other hobbyists will want to buy - because you want it too! · Passion and interest will make this fun, not work · Your personal experiences and hands-on knowledge will add credibility and value to your information · You know your audience. This gives you a tremendous advantage positioning your products · You know how to access your market, because you are already there. · You are committed to this market, because itīs what you love to do

There have been many hot selling information products developed based on this technique including a book on horses, an electronic book on gardening, a super successful web design book and many others.

Why not profit from your fun?

Success Tip #2: Develop a product based on your career knowledge. Ironically, many entrepreneurs looking to escape their jobs overlookrepparttar 117582 fact that they have gained substantial knowledge, experience and contacts into their career space.

Itīs not necessarilyrepparttar 117583 market you hate about your jobs, but ratherrepparttar 117584 limits current employment places upon you. Try altering your perception and think as if you are an expert in your career market. What problems need to be solved? What do people really want in that market space? What types of information did you seek out when you were employed in this area? Put yourself inrepparttar 117585 place of your customers, what would they pay any price for?

Make Your Fortune in a Paper Business

Written by J. Stephen Pope

The problem with some business ideas is their cost. To manufacture and market a product you have invented could cost you millions of dollars. The investment in machinery, buildings, inventory and other expenditures could bankrupt you before your first sale ever occurred.

For this reason, many prefer to run a paper business. Paper businesses do not require large investments of capital for expensive equipment, inventory, and buildings. Many paper businesses can be run from your own home.

A paper business is a business that can be operated mainly using pieces of paper, such as contracts, invoices, shipping documents, et cetera.

Here are some excellent paper businesses that you can operate.

1. Consulting

Consultants charge large fees for their knowledge, expertise, skills, connections, experience, and other assets. This business can be operated from home with little more than standard office equipment and supplies.

Consulting is a paper business because your product is an intangible service. Your results are often summarized in a written, paper report and you use written contracts to protect your interests.

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2. Finding

A professional finder finds something needed by a business or individual for a finder's fee. The finder doesn't invest in product inventory because he's not selling it. He simply collects a fee for arranging to introduce a buyer to a seller. The finder conducts his business using contracts and other written documentation.

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3. Drop Shipping

Another business (or method of business) where you don't invest in product inventory or retail space is drop shipping. When your customer buys from you, perhaps throughrepparttar mail, by phone, or onrepparttar 117581 internet, you simply contact your supplier, who then ships it to your customer. Your paper business involves takingrepparttar 117582 order, billing and collecting from your customer as well as ordering, giving shipping instructions, and paying your supplier.

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4. Affiliate Programs

With affiliate and associate programs, you collect commissions fromrepparttar 117583 sale of other peoples' products. Again, you have no investment in product inventory or expensive facilities.

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