Disabled Veterans Teleseminar | Acquiring Your Resale Rights Product

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Tons and tons of business opportunities are available online. Yet, many of them are not what you’re looking for. They exist only to take people’s money, and provide no value at all to the end user. One opportunity that is not often a scam is buying quality resale rights products. When these are well done, you can make money and offer value to your visitors.

However, beware of any websites that look shady or aren’t professionally presented, when it comes to buying your first resale rights product. Shoddy presentation means a shoddy product. Also remember to stick to your niche when making your choice. Don’t try to sell brushes to bald men because you probably won’t get too many sales. For example, if you have a list building around quliting, don’t try to sell the people on it pet products. Though many of them undoubtedly will have pets, that’s not why they’re on your list. They’re coming to you for quilting advice, where they see you as an expert. You aren’t perceived by them as an expert in the pet niche.

So, you’ll want to find a product about quilting, and review the marketing materials. Is the sales letter for the resale rights product convincing? How is the product presented? Does it look professional? If you answer no to either of those questions, think about this: How good will the sales copy and graphics be inside the product you’re considering selling? Probably not very good. When the sales materials aren’t very good, you won’t make many sales.

Yet, once you settle on a product, buy it. If it’s an ebook, read through it, and decide if you learned anything. If you’re a seasoned veteran of quilting, you probably won’t but you’ll know if it fits the people on your list. Also test the ebook and make sure the links work. If it’s a piece of software, install it on your own computer and make sure that it works well. Reselling garbage won’t win any trust points with your list.

After you decide that all is well with your new resale rights product, you should probably buy a new domain for it. Think about what the product teaches or does for your customers. Research keywords that are appropriate to that particular product. For example, if you’re in the fishing niche, you might go to http://seobook.com and use the keyword discovery tool to find keywords that are appropriate for fishing and your product. Then, buy a domain that uses those keywords in mind. For example, if you buy a product about fly fishing, you might want to check out the availability for a domain like FlyFishingInstruction.com if your resale rights ebook is about how to become a fly fisherman.

Then, add your domain to your hosting account, upload the appropriate files, and you’re in business! All you need do is to send a message your list and to drive traffic to your new website. All the heavy lifting, like creating a sales letter, a download page, and perhaps even autoresponder messages has already been done for you.

Tellman Knudson, CEO of OvercomeEverything, Inc., is a master list builder and well-known for his List Building Club. Tellman teaches students how to build a successful online business. Create your successful business from his step-by-step videos at: http://www.sendaemailaday.com/lbc

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