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How do you create your products?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Clutterbuck, Aug 19, 2012.

  1. Clutterbuck

    Clutterbuck Regular Member

    Feb 1, 2008
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    Oxford UK
    Hey there,

    I have been in desperate need to start an info business for a little while now and being a fitness nut I want to hit the fitness niche, starting with fat loss.

    I used to be a personal trainer then left that to become an estate agent here in the UK, but still made time for the gym. After leaving the housing game about 3 odd years ago because on the market going sour, i left that (working 60+ hours a week, yes week and with no houses selling i was taking home a basic of just over £800 a month).

    Just of late I have been getting really frustrated with all the poor info people are giving in the media and by other "gym monkies" (the guys who come in thinking they know everything, hogging all the weights just standing around chatting), I think the saying goes "all the gear, no idea". (I do think that my angle into this market could be about my frustrations on all the poor information in the weight loss world and I am here to help) I have put together a sales funnel with upsells, I just cant seem to get the ball rolling with the front end product.

    I just need some help and/or ideas on how to research the market on what other peoples questions are?

    I sat down at my computer yesterday thinking I would be able to at least make a start, but as soon as my arse hit the seat, my mind went blank.

    I'm sure there are many info product pros here that will be able to help me out. I signed up over at Info-Renegade (http://www.inforenegades.com) and I tried to ask for my money back as I feel their videos are full of a lot of fluff which is very unmotivated when you sit down to watch them and your slamming your head into your crossed arms on your desk just waiting for the actual actionable information.