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Easy Peasy Ways to Make Information Products


If your email box looks like mine, you’re seeing a lot of offers for Information Products. And if you’re like me, you’re thinking maybe, just maybe, you might want to create your own Information Products, too.

 

But! It all seems so hard and you don’t know where to start!

 

Well, as the saying goes, “You’re in luck!”

 

I’ve got five easy, peasy steps you might take to quickly get your Information Product out of your head, onto the “Internet shelves,” and into the hands of your customers!

 

Over the next several days, I’m going to share those ideas with you.

 

So first, when you begin writing an Information Product, you’ll most likely be tempted to tackle a project that’s much too complicated

 

You do know an awful lot, after all, and can’t imagine leaving out any of the valuable points!

 

Or, you may lack confidence, thinking that no one will part with their money for something you created unless your ebook, book or course is crammed with every imaginable tip and technique!

 

But, whatever you do, don’t give in to this temptation, or you’ll be unable to finish your first information marketing project.

 

Instead, think about using one of these easy to compile formats to package your useful information. And you’ll have your first product on the market making money for you, in no time!

 

So, here are five easy Information Product formats you might consider:

 

1. Put together the contributions of experts.
Request content from from others who are respected in their field that you will then compile into a product. Why would busy experts provide you with original, thought-provoking and useful material, you ask? They’ll often do so at no cost, if you come up with an interesting enough question for them to answer and tell them their contribution would be a page or less.

 

You can promise them a copy of the finished report, where they’ll be able to see how peers and competitors responded, too. And let them know how you plan to publicize the product. No matter how well-known they already are, prominent people love publicity. After all, that’s how they got to be renowned in the first place. In most cases, you’ll set up this anthology as a downloadable PDF report.

 

Come back Monday for a look at the “second Informational Product in our “five-part series” that you might create.

 

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4 Responses to “Easy Peasy Ways to Make Information Products”

  1. Kreative Ramblings » Blog Archive » Easy Peasy Tip 2 – Making Informational Products Says:

    […] you’re just getting here, you’ve missed Tip #1 in our “five-part series” of “Easy Peasy Tips” for Making Informational […]

  2. Kreative Ramblings » Blog Archive » Create Easy Peasy Information Products Tip #3 Says:

    […] began this mini-tutorial for “Creating Easy Peasy Information Products” […]

  3. Kreative Ramblings » Blog Archive » Tip #4 in our Easy Peasy Series for Making Informational Products Says:

    […] Saturday, February 13 with Tip #1, Contributions of Others, I began a series of five tips to help you to easily create Information […]

  4. Kreative Ramblings » Blog Archive » And Then There Were 5 Easy Peasy Informational Products Says:

    […] 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 […]

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