Super Fast Product Creation


Super Fast Product Creation

Digital products are everywhere.

Some are complicated (the maps in your sat nav for instance) but a lot are straightforward.

Years ago, I bought a video series created by Bill Myers and he was talking about how to create “how to” videos for any subject you cared to learn about.

The snag was that it required a video camera, some lighting, a decent microphone and lots of other bits and bobs.

That’s all changed!

Creating digital products is super-simple.

They’re usually in one of three different formats:

  • PDF reports – superficially the simplest but most of the time the most difficult to create. That said, I’ll suggest some ways you can make even these products quickly and easily and offer high value to your customers.
  • Audios – regular MP3s that can be played almost anywhere. Audios are the most flexible digital product you can make, the recording software is easy to use and free (even though it’s incredibly high end and you could use it in place of a professional recording studio) and customers like audios.
  • Videos – no longer the preserve of expensive video recorders and scary lighting sets. You can make these on your own computer with professional software that’s free (with a small watermark but your customers won’t care about that) or $15 a year. Or you could use your phone or Google Hangouts. I don’t specifically cover either of those but you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to press “record” on a phone and I’m told Hangouts aren’t too scary once you get used to them although the geeks at Google could usefully make them a lot more intuitive than they currently are.

People are hungry for information

That includes you – you’ve doubtless bought lots of digital products.

Everything from a Kindle book or an app for your phone upwards.

I’m not suggesting anything as complicated as a book or an app – they take far too much time to create for my liking and the competition is crazily high.

Instead, I’m suggesting that you create a simple report.

Whether that’s in PDF, audio or video format doesn’t much matter.

That’s down to you and whichever you find easiest to create.

Simple reports have been around for what seems like forever.

Back in the day, they were the $1 reports that were advertised in the classifieds.

Now, since the postage costs alone would swallow up the dollar, they’ve migrated to the internet.

Google delivers them for you if you get the sales letter right.

Because people are hungry for information and digital products feed that hunger.

You’ll be creating the fast food of information products.

Simple products that fill a need and then a few hours or days later people buy another and another and another.

You’ve done it (go on, admit it!) and lots of other people do it.

And anyone who buys one of your super fast digital products will also be on your new, growing, buyers list.

So even on those days where you haven’t created a new product (and unless you’re superhuman, that will be most days) you can find related products and gently suggest them to your list in return for a commission.

But that’s getting ahead of things…

First, you need to create your new digital product.

I’ll take you by the hand and show you everything you need to know.

There are 7 videos in this series

  • Video 1 is an overview of the entire process. It’s worth watching so that you know what’s going to be involved and aren’t constantly asking yourself what’s coming next.
  • Video 2 suggests the tools you’ll be using. Whether that’s the free program to turn your words into a PDF or the free audio recorder or the free (or cheap) screen recorder. They’re all covered in this video plus the free tool that will strip out the audio from your videos so you don’t have to re-record everything if you want to add an audio offering to your video product.
  • Video 3 goes into the nitty gritty of creating your product. Several different styles you can use and this whole video series is a living, breathing, example of the style I’ve used for several years that works well for me.
  • Video 4 shows you how to create a download page for your newly created digital product. Including using YouTube to host your videos without them appearing in the search results – so you don’t have to worry about bandwidth limits or anything else.
  • Video 5 goes through the process of writing that all-important sales letter. It could be much like this one – list the contents of each video and let people make up their own mind. It certainly doesn’t need to be complicated to be effective.
  • Video 6 shows you how to set your offer up on Warrior Plus. They host all kinds of offers – not just internet marketing ones – and their support is good. Plus their system has lots of built in checks to help make sure you get things right.
  • Video 7 wraps it all up.

And if you’ve got your thinking cap on, that summary tells you how to lay out your new digital product: split it into a decent number of sections and then write or record something going into more depth on each section.

It really is easy.

There are spotty teenagers doing this – because they aren’t old enough to “know better” and tell themselves it’s too complicated.

They don’t even feel the fear and do it anyway.

Because there isn’t really anything to be afraid of.

This whole product took me about 4 hours, start to finish.

It’s packed full of information I’ve learned and that learning obviously took rather more than the time it took to distill it into a product.

You could do exactly the same for your niche.

You know enough about your chosen subject – I’d almost guarantee that, even though I’ve never met you.

And once you’ve done it once, you’ll be able to do it over and over again and build up your own digital empire of products plus the buyers mailing list that goes with that.

All for a stupidly low price.

No hype.

No ticking countdown clocks.

No false scarcity.

Just an incredibly affordable $1.

Which is fantastic value.

You’ll get instant access to the videos and you’ll be able to watch them almost as soon as you’ve paid your dollar.

I say almost as soon because – as you’d expect and as you’ll be taught in the videos – there are some upsells.

No pressure to take them – you could just scroll to the end of each upsell page and ignore the buy button.

Or you could buy one or more of them and quench your thirst for knowledge even more.

The upsells are handled by Warrior Plus which means they will only be shown to you one-time (unless you copy the urls of course).

And I won’t be offended if you don’t buy any or all of them.

It all starts with buying the main offer by clicking the button below.

So click the button now, pay your dollar entrance fee and then put this all into practice and start creating your own digital products: