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3 Steps to your First InfoProduct

Hi again.

Thank you so much for sending in your answers to my survey. If you haven't yet answered the questions, here it is again…

I've received several GREAT questions. Here's one that I wanted to touch on today…

“I'm overwhelmed with everything related to internet marketing – can you point in bulletpoints, 1st thing to do, 2nd thing, etc. with some resources, if applicable? Thank you very much!”

The problem is that there are so many different ways to do business online, successfully, that it DOES get overwhelming.

I do think my favorite is writing and selling small reports, ebooks, infoproducts.

So, here's the step-by-step…

Create a product that is IN demand. (How do you know what's in demand? Search for their top-selling products and you'll get a big clue. 🙂

How do you create the product? Either write it yourself, hire someone to write it for you, or buy private label rights products (PLR).
Here are some places to purchase PLR:

OR, you can record audio (interview someone). I use this tool to do that…
Click here for easy audio tool.

If this sounds overwhelming, then this is the course I recommend on this topic:

Set up your shopping cart. I just finished writing a free report about how to choose a cart for your business… 🙂
Free Shopping Cart Report

Get a bunch of affiliates to promote your product. Again, this can be kind of overwhelming but it's essential to your success.

Here's a free ecourse on the subject:
You'll see I contributed to this course, too.

The only #4 that is a MUST is to make sure you're building a list of leads and customers at the same time. If you use the shopping cart I recommend in the report …
You'll have that included with your payment processing.

I realize that's a very quick overview of a long process, but those are the steps that you need to do to have an infoproduct business.

At any time, if you get stuck, then you can ask at forums or get one on one coaching with someone like my friend, Kelly McCausey, at or you can partner with someone who already has this process in place. Kelly and I are almost done wrapping up our course – so be sure to click over there if you're interested in finding out more about it when it's ready.
Please post questions here if you have them.


I appreciate shares and I adore comments! Please share your thoughts.

  • Angela Wills


    The shopping cart report is PERFECT timing for me because I have a potential client who is trying to decide on which shopping cart to use and I’m giving him options. I’ll just have to pass along this report to him and I know he’ll really appreciate the info (plus so do I!).


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