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9 Year Forex Vet Writing Forex Ebook for Noobs -- Any advice?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by codexehow, Sep 19, 2012.

  1. codexehow

    codexehow Power Member

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    I write fiction on Kindle too, so I'll have to use a penn name for my Forex ebook. I know this might hurt credibility, but I don't want to mix them up. I'm expecting the quality of my work and the fact that my knowledge will show through to drive sales. I just have some questions, if anyone cares to answer. Much appreciated.

    1. Is ClickBank the best way to go?
    2. Should I release review copies? How many? Is there a place where I go to find reviewers?
    3. Is it necessary these days to create video sales pitches on squeeze pages? I can do this, but I'd rather not.
    4. I could JV with someone who has a Forex list or who has a lot of marketing knowledge. Is this generally worth while? If so, why? If not, why?
    5. I'm guessing I should expect the book to be pirated if it sells. Correct? I'm okay with this in principle, as I suspect it just comes with the territory. I've used bit-torrent, and I'm not a hypocritical uptight a-hole.
    6. What's a realistic expectation if I go with ClickBank. I know it varies by niche, demand, quality, sales funnel and price, but is there a general median? I know I'm not going to make millions, and that's quite alright...an extra $500 a month would be nice. Feasible with one product? I really like the idea of having profit-hungry affiliates pimping my knowledge, making it make more money for me.

    I think that's it for now. Thanks a lot for the help.
     
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  2. codexehow

    codexehow Power Member

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    I realize there's little incentive to give up valuable information. Let me sweeten the pot. I'll need to give out review copies, so if you've ever wanted to get a leg up on Forex, and you can answer at least some of my questions above, let me know.

    This ebook will shave at least 5 years off of a new trader's training time. It takes Forex traders at least 5 years on average to become profitable, unless they have a full-time mentor.

    (I'm not advertising. I will NOT disclose the name of my ebook or my penn name in this thread at any time. Just looking for advice)
     
  3. NoirHat

    NoirHat Regular Member

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    clickbank is one of the best ways.
    you will have to have a Great sales page if you plan on using clickbank
    give review copies to get reviews of the product for the sales page
    real results from the product is always great

    it's easy to share an ebook so no getting around it being around the net later on.

    you can Easily make an extra $500/month trading for yourself....especially with 9 years experience, why not go that route.
    had to throw that jab in there :scool:
     
  4. johnhunter

    johnhunter Regular Member

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    E-books in forex are pretty much dead to be honest.

    If you want to get into the forex niche you need to sell either an EA or a signals service and even then you need to have something that no one has seen before to sell a lot.

    4/5 years ago the market was totally different but now its dieing fast.