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Make this product sell

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by huggableM, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. huggableM

    huggableM Newbie

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    My colleague needs help selling his product (which is a fitness product), which can be found at strengthwarmup.

    I'm not qualified enough to help him with it, so I need one of you smart folks to start making some sales.

    The idea is to involve him and me as little as possible.

    If I have (I'll be paying for this) $100 to spend, what can you offer?

    Preference will be given to people who offer a money-back-guarantee if a certain (reasonable) goal isn't reached.

    If you're interested, please PM me.
     
  2. meaculpa

    meaculpa Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Some more info please

    Does he have an email list?
    Is the product good?
    Is the product his?
    What has he done so far?
     
  3. huggableM

    huggableM Newbie

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    Excellent questions.

    No, he doesn't have an email list (that I know of). Yes, the product is quite good. The product is his. He is not an internet marketer. This is just a fitness guy (albeit one of the best fitness guys in Canada) trying to sell a product.

    So far, he has made his website, done Google adwords, done Facebook ads (but despite 700+ impressions, there have been 0 clicks), and made his copy as compelling as possible.
     
  4. linkdropper4

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    Up the price of the product, offer a really good commission and spend the $50 to put it in the CLICKBANK marketplace.
     
  5. huggableM

    huggableM Newbie

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    Not a bad idea.

    The only problem is the product isn't digital.