I was reading some threads on the Warrior Forum while eating lunch earlier today and I came across this WSO called The Product Creation Puzzle. I haven’t really been product shopping and I never really thought I needed a guide to product creation, but something about the sales copy really made me interested in what the guy had to say.
You may have heard recently that Google decided to get rid of Google Reader. A lot of people were pretty upset about it because it was an easy way to keep up on your favorite blogs but I never really used it. I didn’t like the way it was laid out and it didn’t make it very easy to leave comments and things like that. (And you all know that I love being able to chat with you guys when I read your blogs.)
I’m ready to dig in and see what’s up with this product. If you missed part one, I’m reviewing a product called “Kindle Singles Pro Launch“. It’s about creating short Kindle books for the Amazon Singles program. It’s a special branch of Amazon Kindle where editors look over short books (about 20 pages) and the ones that make it into the program are promoted by Amazon themselves. I do okay with the books I already have for sale but since I don’t actively promote them I can’t even imagine how awesome it would be to have a book in Amazon Singles.
Hey guys! It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed a product here. You may remember I used to do a lot of Kindle around here but I backed off because I really wanted to focus on my niches rather than just publishing books about a ton of different things. Well, I was on Facebook and Tiffany Dow mentioned this product called Kindle Singles Pro Launch. I hopped over and the sales page made me click that buy button. I love Kindle and I still make money every month from the books I have.
I was looking over some old posts and I realized that after I reviewed the Guide to Cashing in on Shiny New Object Syndrome I never actually reported my results. (One of those “oops, I goofed” moments.) I fully implemented what I learned from this course on a site I created but had little to no traffic on. It’s actually my Squidoo blog, SquidsPro. I’ve reviewed quite a few products over there now.
In part 2 we went over the first half of the report itself. If you haven’t yet, I highly suggest checking out those first.
In part 1 of my review of the Guide to Cashing in on Shiny New Object Syndrome by Tiffany Dow I went over how I found the product, looked over the copy, and pulled a list of things the copy promised this product would do. In part 2 I will be going over the first half of the product itself.
Do you struggle to make money online? Do you spend more money buying products and courses to teach you how to make money than you actually make online? Still looking for that one product that will get the money flowing?
Well, I was like that too. Before you guys think I’m just saying all of this to tell you that this guide changed all of that and now I’m raking in the money, that is not why I’m telling you. I want you to understand why I chose to pick up and review this guide.
I get asked this at least once every few hours that I am online. Everyone wants a product that will take them from newbie to millionaire as fast as possible. Many newbies and even experienced marketers buy product after product hoping it’ll teach them the “trick” or “secret” to making money with the least amount of effort.
The problem is that marketers know that. When you browse the WSO forum or look at IM products, many marketers are working hard to convince you that THEY have just what you need… that THEIR product is the answer to your prayers.
I’ve known Matt for a while now and he has generally been my go-to guy for WordPress questions as long as I’ve known him, so when he offered to let me read through his new product, WordPress SEO Wizard, I jumped at the chance.
Of course, I did warn him that when I posted a review up here, it would be 100% honest so he better make sure the product was good.