Think about it. Have you ever thought of selling your own products? Maybe for $17, $47, $97 or more?
If you look around at those who are “super successful” in Internet Marketing, you’ll find they all have one thing in common…** They all have their own information product pipeline!
In other words, they have a lot of products that they sell.
* Small reports
* Coaching classes
* Physical products
* Membership sites
The list goes on and on. They have something for every budget from $17 to $1,700 (and beyond!)
And when they spend time and effort to find a new customer, they get order after order because of their “pipeline” of products!
Mr. Customer starts out buying a cheap $17 product. They like it. They buy a medium priced product at $47-$97. Like it. They join a monthly membership site. From there they buy a high-ticket coaching program or physical product.
Soon, they’ve bought almost everything offered by the marketer. They anxiously await new products. And they buy them – often without even reading the sales letter.
The question is…
Are you the CUSTOMER or the MARKETER in that above scenario?
There’s no reason why you can’t be the person with the entire empire of products that others buy from you!
Learn how at: http://bit.ly/qetd90.
If you want to create a “pipeline” of your own products that you sell for $17, $47, $97, $1,497 (and more!) then Jimmy D. Brown can help you.
Jimmy has created hundreds of products since he started full-time internet marketing back in August 2000. He knows how to find out what people want, how to create those products quickly and how to convince people to buy over and over again.
He can show you how to do the same thing!
You’ll learn how to create it all: Kindle ebooks, membership sites, small reports, webinars, physical products, coaching programs, eclasses and much more!
Get all the details at: http://bit.ly/qetd90.
IMPORTANT: Currently there is an offer at the site where you can get a free copy of his $997 home study course Infoproduct Mastery if you join quickly!
Thanks for reading.
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