Naming a book or info-product is often a royal pain in the neck. And that’s because most of us tend to sit down at our desk hoping for inspiration to strike. The weird bit is that inspiration is often in some other place altogether. It’s right in front of your nose, but often you may […]
Information Products: How To Create A Profitable Digital Product—Psychotactics
How do you create information products that sell?
We all want to create profitable products but aren't sure where to start.
We know that there are already tens of thousands of similar products or services in the market. So how do we make our information product stand out? If you are a small business, you will find a few techniques in the articles below.
You will learn about:
- The psychological techniques for creating an information product
- How to create a profitable digital product
- How to finish your digital book or product
- What to focus on when creating your information product
- How to make a boring information product interesting.
Look at the list of articles below, pick the one that gets your attention and start reading. Every article will help move you forward towards creating your information product.
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In ten minutes (or less) you’ll learn how to systematically build a headline that works. You will find it at the end of every article.
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It sounds bizarre to make your own products, courses and services redundant But it’s a very sound strategy that’s been used by companies such as General Motors, Apple—and oh, we’ve done it for almost as long as Psychotactics has existed. What’s it about? Let’s find out in this episode. Right click here and ‘save as’ […]
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Choosing the title of a book seems to be an almost impossible task. Is there a method or science behind a title that works vs. a title that’s just “meh?” And interestingly, when does a “meh” title work just fine. We go deep, but not too deep into how to create evocative titles. If you’ve […]
Writing a report for your website can be quite a nightmare How are you supposed to put 20-30 pages together? And what system should you follow to get great results? That answer is remarkably simple, and plainly effective. And instead of just one way, why don’t we look at three ways you can put together […]
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When creating an information product is the client important? It might seem that a client is extremely important when creating an information product. After all, you’re getting them to tell you exactly what she needs. However, more often than not, this method is a recipe for disaster. Even so, the client is extremely useful in […]
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Trying to come up with a suitable name for your book or info-product seems like a nightmare What if you’re wrong? What if the name isn’t well received? However, there’s a way to make your book really stand out. And guess what? It’s not the title that matters. It’s the sub-title. Find out why we’ve […]
When Kathy Sierra sat down to write her book on JAVA, it wasn’t supposed to be a bestseller. They had incredible odds with over 16,000 other books on JAVA already on Amazon. And yet they cut through the noise? How did they do it? They didn’t pull the stunt that many Internet marketers do. Instead […]