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Bummer Product Launches

Are you having a relaxing summer? I hope I can pull you out of that beach chair for a minute. You up for it? 😉

Unless you've been spending your days in that beach chair and ignoring your emails (lucky you!) — you know that there have been several massive product launches lately. (One is all about the “secrets” of Traffic… if you know what I'm sayin'.)

It all starts with one innocent little email, then your inbox gets slammed with email after email — all offering the same product. And, they keep upping the ante. It seems like every successful marketer on the planet drops everything to scramble to promote that one product.

Obviously, product launches can bring in oodles of money.

Unfortunately,most people who write an ebook, put together a membership site, or sell an audio or video course and then try to have a big launch are disappointed.

The fact is that the Average person can not pull off a BIG product launch because he/she does not have a network of guru buddies to reach out to. Most people simply would not pick up the phone and say “Hey, (insert Big Shot here), I know you don't know me, but would you please send a mailing to your list about my new ebook? It's really good. I promise.”

You'd sound like a goober. 😉

So, how do you pull off a successful product launch without having a list, JV buddies or even affiliates?

This report fills in the blanks.

Take a look at Piggyback Product Launches.

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May you have many successful product launches.


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