by Ed

Product Creation Simplified

I know a lot of people get scared when you mention product creation."What, make my own ebook! No, not me." is a typical kind of response I have heard many times. But listen, it's not that hard and it's a great experience if you'll just try.


Here's the good news… you don’t have to be super- creative to produce your own unique product. You can always do what  others do, including some very big name marketers and that's to alter and adapt  something that already exists. You could make it better and add more value to it. 


I'm sure you can. And to give you all the help need to get started building your first or next product I have an ebook you can download here and now. 

Do you think you could do that with just a little help? Product Creation Simplified


Product Creation Simplified shows you how you could produce a product by compilation and produce something of your own. For example, you've probably got some material on a particular subject or issue and you have 3 or 4 ebooks on that same issue.


You can simply take ideas from all these materials, ebooks or magazines and produce your own. You don’t copy but instead learn from them and then make a product of your own that lets in your own ideas and style shine through.


These materials are your research products, used as a starting point to get ideas, so that it becomes simple for you to work with your own product. There’s an unbelievable amount of ideas sitting all over the place online, so do your research. If you’re going to build a product, then it’s in your best interest to make it the highest quality product you can with lots of useful information.


A word of  warning before you dive in... your first product, regardless what you do, will always take the longest and feel like the hardest. Product Creation Simplified is jam-packed full of advice, tips tricks and hints that will help you succeed where you may have failed in the past.

I hope you found this post and the ebook useful. I like to read your comments and see what your thoughts are about product creation.

Please feel free to share this with your friends and colleagues too, I'm sure they'll thank you when you do.

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