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And Then There Were 5 Easy Peasy Informational Products

A week ago on Saturday, February 13 with Tip #1, Contributions of Others, this little “Easy Peasy” journey began with a series of five tips to help you to easily create Information Products.


If you’re new here, you can catch up by reading Tip 2 and Tip 3 as well as an Tip 4: Audio Interview of You


When you’re ready, Tip 5. Teleclass Recording begins now:


This audio option differs from the interview format in that it’s “instructional” in flavor and may include questions by your participants along with your answers.


You can charge for this kind of session in two ways:


First, those who participate in the call might pay to do so, and second, those who were not present on the call can purchase the CD or MP3 recording.


Although some teleclasses eventually become products as a multi-session series, in the beginning stages, it’s best to start with just a single one-hour class.


And when you’ve chosen your content carefully, provided useful information and described the product temptingly for your target market, these quick-to-produce information formats sell well.


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