If you have ever had an internet marketing product idea, and never put it into practice, then your reasons must have been the same as everyone else.
More often than not, it is a fear of low sales, or that you may miss something, or that you haven’t accounted for changes in the market – whatever it is, you must have had your reasons.
Another reason people never put their product idea out, is that they get too wrapped up in making a living, and never want to risk actually earning money.
Let me explain that last sentence. If you had $1000 right now, and an idea for the latest in SEO methodology, would you spend it on marketing, or spend it on the day to day running of your business? You may of course wish to spend it on your home, or bills. Those options are fine, but at some point in your life, you are going to have to take a risk. And once that risk is taken, the waiting game begins.
Having a product means you need buyers. The very best way to attract buyers, is to have lots of lists of hot prospects who purchase the latest guides and eBooks, to either keep up with the times, or watch their competition. Either way, they are great buyers. Another thing you will need, is a buzz creating around your product before it goes live.
The above ingredients are something a JV Broker, or Product Launch Manager would do, and if you have chosen a professional – then they would do it well. Students of Jeff Walker, who can claim to be ‘Certified’ by Jeff, can sell their services for large upfront fees, because they are capable of drumming up five figure incomes from their launches. Their fees will usually start at $1000 – $1500 and go up to almost $10,000. This is due to the amount of business they generate for the seller. There are lots of independent product launch managers, and most of them reside on internet marketing forums like The Warrior Forum for example.
If you knew full well that your success was going to be written by a professional, then wouldn’t you like to take that opportunity? A product launch manager can drive sales derived from JV ad swaps, solo ads, social media, and many other different methods. Their main aim is to ensure you get the most bang for your buck, because they know that repeat business is the best kind of business.