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[REQ] Advice For Creating CB Products - Trading

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by stevesdata, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. stevesdata

    stevesdata Regular Member

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    Hello

    I am hoping to launch an eproduct relating to trading. I have a friend who is a very successful trader who was shocked at the garbage eproducts in this area.

    I understand its good to network through places like jvnotify.

    I was also expecting CB to be the number 1 network with 3junkies, click2s3ll and payd0tc0m as options.

    would love some advice from more experienced members than me because I have never done anything like this before but I am confident we could create an excellent product. My friend had to spend $10K to get the training he needed to learn and this will be the foundation for our project.

    One of my biggest concerns is how sh1t the feedback is from ppl here about CB. Should I aim to go through 1 or a combination of the networks?

    Also what would be a good price for a product that is actually very solid? We could pitch high especially based on the $10k price tag my friend paid for his training. Would include EVERYTHING required to set up a day trading business ebook, platforms, indicators, signals and lots of advice for paper trading and psychology. The only issue would be obviously the individual as 80% of ppl probably arent suited to trading - no matter how good our advice would be.

    I will also try and get free copies of the system for members who can help (dependent on my partner:?)

    An outline of my plan is as follows:

    1. create product
    2. test product
    3. get testimonials
    4. register at 1-4 eproduct networks
    5. network through jvnotify
    6. advertise through classifieds - usfreeads / ebay
    7. set up blog to promote
    8. set up [product]reviews.com
    9. consider adwords campaign (not a big fan of this though money is tight)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated especially from ppl who have had similar or any amount of experience with eproducts.