There are other ways. Let’s look at some of those.
Sometimes, coming up with your own product from scratch still seems a dream. Build your confidence by being an affiliate for someone else’s product. Watch what they produce and how they do it.
If you dig around you might be able to have an affiliate product as a ‘white label’ product. That allows you to brand it and sell it under your own name.
Acquire the master resell rights of a previously developed product so you can onsell it. Again you can inspect how the product was put together and learn more.
Why not look into merging two products that you acquire from others into one complete package? You’ll give it a fresh look. Just make sure you have the rights to do so.
Discover where your audience is. Tap into your social networks, do searches, and deploy word of mouth to find out who would be interested in buying or reviewing the product.
Keep the language simple. Avoid jargon and specific industry terms. If you need to use technical terms, explain things in everyday language as much as possible.
Keep an eye out for relevant for material that has passed into the public domain. Make sure you can use it then think about how it can be reworked into your own product and design a new cover package.
Don’t stop at one product! Add to your product line by asking customers for ideas. You can easily set up a page on your site, send email questions or use a survey service like surveymonkey. Ask for thoughts on what people would like to see in a product.
Want to discover cool techniques to make sure your product idea has the most chance of success?
Go to my blog post for more …